Mobile phone games appear to be growing in popularity all of the time, and it's clear to see why when some of the biggest names from the console formats are appearing in new miniaturised form.


One of the latest to make this transition is Eidos' Tomb Raider series, in the form of Tomb Raider: The Osiris Codex, which has been developed by mobile games studio Iomo and will work on a range of Java enabled mobile phones such as the Sharp GX10, Nokia 3650 and Motorola T720.

Using a side scrolling platform style of gameplay, The Osiris Codex will see Lara performing all of her standard moves like running, jumping, crouching and climbing, along with the ability to push and pull objects which obstruct her path, and shoot her pistols whilst on the search for the fabled treasures of Egypt.


Tomb Raider: The Osiris Codex is due to be available from this Autumn, and more details can be found on the Tomb Raider Mobile website.

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