A new game from Joby Wood, the designer of the most iconic Tomb Raider levels. Now out!
Tomb Raider 5: Developer and Reference Files
Tomb Raider 4: Developer and Reference Files
[UPDATED] Original SFX and Voice Over from Tomb Raider 4, 5 and 6
UPLINK Presents: Tomb Raider at 25 with Tomb of Ash
In February, I was asked to deliver a panel on Tomb Raider and its impact on gamers. You can now watch a VOD below. UPLINK is a full digital weekend extravaganza produced by the award-winning team behind the Long Island Retro Gaming Expo, that explores the cultural and societal impacts of gaming from a global […]
Developer Stream! Tomb Raider: the Angel of Darkness with CORE DESIGN and Jonell Elliott
Play-through of Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness with the original developers. 🎙️James Kenny -artist/concept art, 🎙️Ady Smith – 3D artist, 🎙️Murti Schofield – writer, 🎙️Peter Connelly – SFX and Music, 🎙️Jonell Elliott – the voice of Lara Croft, 🎙️Neha – Crystal Dynamics community manager
Developer Stream! Tomb Raider: Chronicles with CORE DESIGN
A play-through of select levels from Tomb Raider: Chronicles with the original developers. Andy Sandham – Black Isle levels and script, Joby Wood – Russian Base levels, Martin Gibbins – programmer, Peter Connelly – SFX and Music
Each year Manchester Prestige Awards invite the general public as well as readers of the Corporate LiveWire and LTG publications to put forward companies, products, services and individuals who they feel are deserving of recognition. This year Tomb of Ash was named the Entertainment Media Blog of the Year!
Manchester Prestige Awards
Entertainment Media Blog of the Year
Our Lara’s Diary: Baba Yaga video is nominated for the Royal Television Society Award!
We’ ve once again been approached by Future plc to help them with their special 200 issue of GamesTM Magazine. They wanted to explore the original Tomb Raider in a special feature article. We also got a mention 😉
We are delighted that Tomb Raider 20th Anniversary Celebrations at PLAY Expo, which we helped to co-organise, got a community award from Crystal Dynamics:
“An exceptional live event, that brought the gamers together in-person and online”
Liverpool John Moores University’s World of Work career centre published a story about Tomb of Ash and our trip to E3. LJMU’s World of Work Programme is a globally unique initiative which aims to make graduates most valued by employers.