Tomb Raider Anniversary For Mac

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Initial Release: June 2007

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Metacritic Score: 73-83 (details)

Platforms: Windows, PlayStation 2, PSP, Xbox 360, Wii. Later: Mac OS X, PS3 as part of the TR Trilogy. (Separate version for mobile phones.)

  1. Macintosh Tomb Raider: Anniversary Saves and Profiles As in the Windows version, Anniversary for Mac stores a player's progress in two separate files: save files and profiles. Save files include Lara's position at the most recent checkpoint, as well as inventory, enemies killed, switches used, etc. Artifacts, Relics, time trials and unlockable.
  2. You can have fun and enjoy Lara Croft on Mac from the hands of Tomb Raider Anniversary, a remake of the first game of the sage that was released more than ten years ago. Help Lara in her search of Scion, an old and very powerful relic from Atlantis, throughout four different scenarios: Vilcamba (Peru), Greece, Khamoon (Egypt) and Atlantis.

Spoiler-free Synopsis:Anniversary's plot ties together the events of the original game and Lara's quest to rescue her mother, introduced in Tomb Raider: Legend. As in TR1, Lara is searching for the Scion, a mystical artifact said to originate on the lost continent of Atlantis. But now she's not just playing for sport. She believes the Scion to be a repository of ancient knowledge that can help solve the mystery of her mother's disappearance.

Certain plot elements from the first game have been tweaked a bit to tie in the Legend/Avalon storyline, and Anniversary Lara is a far more sentimental creature than the hard-edged heroine of the classic games. However, many fans appreciated the developers' attempt to give Lara some motivation for her actions beyond just the thrill of the chase. Now her pursuit of the Scion—at all costs—is a matter of life and death, and Lara's struggles are not only physical but emotional and moral as well.

Levels & Locations: As in the original game, Lara's search for the Scion leads her to a series of ruins around the world: first Peru, then Greece, then Egypt. Her quest culminates on a 'Lost Island'—possibly Atlantis.

Weapons & Gear: Lara begins the game with her trusty pistols and picks up additional weapons as the game progresses. Whereas Legend only allowed players to keep one secondary weapon at a time, Anniversary includes a shotgun, 50-caliber pistols (similar to the magnums in TR1) and mini-SMGs (similar to the Uzis). Lara can pick up and carry an unlimited number of small and large medipaks, but the ammo supply for each alternate weapon is capped.

The grapple is back. In addition to pulling objects and swinging from ledge to ledge, Lara can use it to wall run à la Prince of Persia, enabling her to get to otherwise unreachable places.

Wii gear puzzle and rubbing reward.

The Nintendo Wii version also includes a flashlight, accessible throughout the game, as well as archaeological tools, such as a pickaxe, trowel and brush, that can only be used in designated puzzle areas.

Vehicles: None. In a few of the cinematics Lara travels by motorcycle, as she did in the original game, but players don't control the bike.

Saving Your Game: All versions have autosave checkpoints throughout each level. You can save manually at any time; however, when Lara dies, or you reload a save you've made, the game resumes at the previous checkpoint. (See Controls & Gameplay.) Save files are available for Windows, Macintosh and Wii (along with a limited number of PSP saves) in case you make a bad save, get stuck, etc.

Rewards & Unlockable Content: The reward system is similar to the one in Legend. Here, the secret items are quite sensibly called Artifacts and Relics. The rarer relics, like the Whale Bottle shown below right, each have names and come with a little description of their provenance. Most artifacts and relics are hidden in obscure places; a few are in plain sight but require some creativity to obtain. Finding them unlocks various goodies, including outfits for Lara, character bios and production artwork—including some fun comparisons between the 1996 and 2007 games.

The Nintendo Wii game also includes rubbing rewards. There are a dozen such rewards hidden throughout the game. To collect them, first locate certain carved images that can be copied using virtual paper and charcoal. Once you've created these images, they are then placed on display in a special area in Croft Manor.

Perhaps the best new feature—at least for us old-school raiders—are the unlockable designers' commentaries. Like the special features on a movie DVD, these are audio commentaries recorded by the game's Creative Director Jason Botta and Story/Consultant Designer Toby Gard. Often they'll talk about the intent behind the layout of certain areas or the mechanics of certain puzzles, as well as the similarities and differences between the original game and Anniversary. Follow this link for complete commentary transcripts.

Bonus Levels: None. (There is an unlockable test level called 'Style Units' but this is not a playable level in the usual sense. It merely showcases various design elements. See Rewards.)

Cheat Codes: Cheats can only be unlocked after completing the game. They can still be used when playing time trials, but that's no consolation if you happen get stuck somewhere along the line. (See Tomb Raider: Anniversary Cheats.)

Please refer to the Anniversary Rewards page for more info about all of these unlockable bonuses.

Costumes, Skins & Modding: There are 10 alternate outfits or skins you can unlock while playing the game. These are pictured on the Anniversary Outfits page. Details on unlocking each one are covered under Rewards.

Players can also download and create their own custom outfits using various texture editing tools. I don't cover modding on this site, but Tomb Raider HUB and are good places to start.

Xbox 360 Achievements & PlayStation 3 Trophies: Some achievements and trophies are covered in the walkthrough; some are not. Follow these links for printable achievement and trophy checklists and links to sites with achievement/trophy help.

PC System Requirements:

Minimum system requirements:
CPU: Pentium 3 1.4Ghz or Athlon XP 1500+
CPU Speed: 1.4 GHz
RAM: 256 MB for Windows 2000 & XP (512 MB for Vista)
OS: Windows 2000, XP or Vista*
Video Card: 100% DirectX 9.0c-compatible 64 MB 3D Accelerated Card with TnL (NVIDIA GeForce3Ti+ / ATI Radeon 9 series+)
DirectX version: 9.0c
Sound Card: 100% DirectX 9.0c-compatible
Free Disk Space: 4 GB
DVD-ROM: Quad speed (4x) DVD-ROM drive

Recommended system specs:
CPU: Pentium 4/Athlon XP or better
CPU Speed: 3 GHz
Video Card: 100% DirectX 9.0c-compatible 64 MB 3D Accelerated Card with Vertex Shader 2.0 and Pixel Shader 2.0 (GeForce 6000 series / Radeon X series)

*When Anniversary was released, Windows Vista was current. The game should run under newer versions of Windows, though you may need to use these tweaks to install it. I've heard of some issues with Windows 8, however, so you may want to try the Anniversary demo first and/or seek tech support.

Check your PC specs against the game's required and recommended specs with the easy-to-use tool at System Requirements Lab.

Becoming an Expert Raider

Controls in Anniversary are very similar to Legend but quite different from the classic games. I encourage you to check out the Controls & Gameplay page. It includes pointers on moving Lara through her environment, controlling the camera, conserving health and ammo, using the menu and inventory systems, saving the game, and more.

Tomb Raider: Anniversary Walkthrough/Strategy Guide

This walkthrough applies to the PC and all console versions of the game. There is a separate walkthrough for the mobile game.

Training Level

Level 1: Mountain Caves
Level 2: City of Vilcabamba
Level 3: The Lost Valley
Level 4: Tomb of Qualopec


Level 5: St. Francis Folly
Level 6: The Coliseum
Level 7: Midas's Palace
Level 8: Tomb of Tihocan


Level 9: Temple of Khamoon
Level 10: Obelisk of Khamoon
Level 11: Sanctuary of the Scion

Lost Island

Level 12: Natla's Mines
Level 13: The Great Pyramid
Level 14: The Final Conflict

Walkthrough Videos

Anniversary Relics
Anniversary Bosses
Adrenaline Dodge - Headshot Tutorial

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Some screenshots courtesy of Katie's Tomb Raider Site and

4.15 GB

Developer: Crystal Dynamics

Release date: 2007

Version: Crystal Dynamics + Full Game

Publication Type: Native

Interface language: Russian, MULTI


Voice Language: English

Tablet: The program has been treated (does not require data entry / enter any data)

Platform: Intel only

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Tomb Raider: Anniversary is an action-adventure video game co-developed by Crystal Dynamics and Buzz Monkey Software. It was published by Eidos Interactive in 2007 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 2, Xbox 360, PlayStation Portable, Wii and mobile phones. It was later ported to OS X in 2008 and PlayStation 3 in 2011. The eighth entry in the Tomb Raider series, Anniversary is a remake of the first Tomb Raider game released in 1996.

Taking place in the continuity of 2006's Tomb Raider: Legend, Anniversary follows series protagonist Lara Croft's quest for the Scion of Atlantis. Gameplay features Lara navigating linear levels, fighting enemies and solving puzzles to progress. The Wii version includes console-exclusive motion control elements, and the mobile port features side-scrolling gameplay emulating earlier mobile Tomb Raider titles.

Following the completion of Legend, Crystal Dynamics began developing Anniversary. Using the Legend engine, the team rebuilt the gameplay and levels, and series cocreator Toby Gard expanded the narrative. Composer Troels Brun Folmann remade and added to the music using an orchestral style. A remake of the original Tomb Raider was initially being created by franchise creators Core Design, but the project was cancelled following their sale to Rebellion Developments in 2006.

Upon release, the game was praised by journalists as an excellent remake. The Wii version divided opinion, with some critics praising the use of motion controls and other faulting their implementation. While it reached high positions in sales charts it would become the worst selling entry in the franchise, selling 1.3 million copies worldwide compared to the original game's over 7 million copies. The next release, 2008's Tomb Raider: Underworld, was developed alongside Anniversary for a new engine.


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System requirements Tomb Raider: Anniversary for Mac Os:

  • Mac OS: 10.9.5+
  • Processor: 1.8 GHz
  • RAM: 4 GB
  • Graphics: 256 MB
  • Hard Disk: 4,15 GB

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  1. Make sure that the system is allowed to run any applications and SIP is disabled.
  2. Mount the .dmg image by double-clicking on it.
  3. Wait for the system to verify its integrity.
  4. Drag the game icon into the Applications folder.
  5. Wait for the copy to finish.
  6. The game icon will appear in Launchpad, from where it can be launched.

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