Earlier this year Square Enix registered the trademark Lara Croft: Reflections. Little was known about what kind of game it was and which platform it would be for until now.
Lara Croft: Reflections is a free-to-play card battle game for iOS where players must hunt artifacts, combine weapons and battle enemies using cards. Multiplayer is supported, with group raids on bosses and yes there are plenty of in-app-purchases available.
The game is currently only out in New Zealand and Australia and will probably not be available anywhere else until 2014.
Here's a list of features along with a 30 minute gameplay video:
PLAY AS LARA CROFT IN AN EPIC CARD BATTLE ADVENTURE!
Adventure through mysterious lost worlds, collect valuable artifacts, battle enemies and other game players, and combine new weapons to increase your power!
Explore mysterious lands and battle powerful foes!
INTENSE CARD BATTLES
Collect powerful weapons to attack enemies and other players in massive real time PvP card battle combat!
WEAPON CARD EVOLUTION
Collect and combine weapon cards to level up and evolve new powerful weapon cards!
Steal artifacts from other players and protect your artifacts!
LIVE BOSS BATTLE EVENTS
Participate in group battles to defeat powerful event bosses for massive rewards!
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