A new charity collaboration celebrates 25 years of Tomb Raider and Lara Croft
Sales will directly benefit Girls Make Games scholarships.
Crystal Dynamics and Girls Make Games have launched a new charity event to commemorate Tomb Raider‘s 25th anniversary. Players will be able to purchase redesigned Tomb Raider box art produced by iconic artists. Every purchase supports girls who sign up for Girls Make Games initiatives, enabling more female representation in video games.
For a limited time, players can get a complete collection of 15 sheets of redesigned Tomb Raider box art, produced by great artists from across the world, only at the Square Enix shop for $49.
Designs made by world-renowned artists
The artists were chosen to represent a diverse range of genres, and they were given complete creative control over the series’ box art, resulting in Lara Croft being shown in comic book, anime, whimsical, realistic, and surreal forms. Marvel Studios visual development supervisor Andy Park; famed Japanese artist, character designer, and illustrator Yoshitaka Amano; and other artists comprised the talented team.
“No matter the genre or medium, as a pop-culture icon of 25 years, Lara Croft is instantly recognizable throughout this incredible art series,” said Scot Amos, Head of Studio at Crystal Dynamics.
“Girls Make Games is an amazing program and we are proud to partner together on this charity fundraiser. Our hope is that it will translate into hundreds of girls getting the chance to attend Girls Make Games summer camps, workshops, and other outreach activities,” Amos added.
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