Tomb Raider I Gold: Unfinished BusinessPublisher: Eidos Interactive
Developer: Core Design Ltd.
Game Platform: PC
Release Date: March 20, 1997
Summary:Discover why millions of people worldwide go adventuring with Lara Croft! Get ready to cross the globe and take on impossible odds while exploring Incan ruins, Ancient Rome, Egyptian Pyramids, and the Lost City of Atlantis in search of the fabled Scion.
Plus Four New Levels:
UNFINISHED BUSINESS: After Surviving Atlantis, Lara has discovered a ruined segment of the ancient city. Help Lara destroy the alien hatchery before the aliens infest again.
THE SHADOW OF THE CAT: Return to the City of Khamoon to discover the secret of the strange cat statue. Experience the vast exploration and quick action that made Tomb Raider famous.
- Uncover 15 levels as you explore 4 massive worlds, plus 4 never before seen levels!
- Your arsenal includes: pistols, magnums, shotgun and uzis
- Battle wolves, bats, bears, alligators, raptors, and even a T-Rex in your quest for the Scion
- Also includes Tomb Raider Calendar, Screen Saver, Windows '95 desktop theme
Lara Croft, daughter of Lord Henshingly Croft, was raised to be an aristocrat from birth. After attending finishing school at the age of 21, Lara's marriage into wealth had seemed assured, but on her way home from a skiing trip her chartered plane had crashed deep in the heart of the Himalayas. The only survivor, Lara learned how to depend on her wits to stay alive in hostile conditions a world away from her sheltered upbringing. 2 weeks later when she walked into the village of Tokakeriby her experiences had a profound effect on her. Unable to stand the claustrophobic suffocating atmosphere of upper-class British society, she realized that she was only truly alive when she was travelling alone. Over the 8 following years she acquired an intimate knowledge of ancient civilizations across the globe. Her family soon disowned their prodigal daughter, and she turned to writing to fund her trips. Famed for discovering several ancient sites of profound archaeological interest she made a name for herself by publishing travel books and detailed journals of her exploits.