Rise of the Tomb Raider is out (yay!), but it's only available on one platform right now (boo!).
In light of the situation, check out these games so you can get more tomb raiding on your iOS device.
Want a more mobile and Crossy Road-like tomb raiding experience? Try Blocky Raider!
It has all of the fun of traps, mine carts, and other tomb raiding tropes, but all in a style that is easy to pick up and play for short bursts.
Along the same vein as Blocky Raider, Lara Croft: Relic Run is a Temple Run-style game starring Lara Croft. If you have an itch for a more mobile friendly Tomb Raider experience, this is it.
This puzzle/adventure game looks and feels like Tomb Raider primarily because of its exotic setting.
While not exactly like Lara Croft's adventures, Lili does a great job of evoking the same sense of discovery and exploration that Tomb Raider games do.
If you're feeling a bit nostalgic for the Playstation days, iOS has you covered. Tomb Raider II is a quality port of a game which is, in my opinion, better than the first game (which is also available on the App Store).
Touch controls might be a little tricky, but if you want the original, it's here for the taking.
As a follow up to Hitman GO, Lara Croft GO is an excellent turn-based adventure game that everyone should play.
It has a great sense of style, and is my personal favourite mobile Tomb Raider experience.
This take on Tomb Raider isn't a typical behind-the-back experience, but the puzzle-solving and dual-joystick combat are both evocative and welcome twists on the experience, making it one of the most highly praisedTomb Raider games on iOS.
Have you been playing Rise of the Tomb Raider? Do you have any better alternatives to recommend? Let us know in the comments below!