updated 07:02 pm EDT, Mon May 14, 2012
Feral Interactive handling port
Tomb Raider: Underworld, the eighth in the series of games features adverturess Lara Croft, will debut on the Mac on May 31st. The game, originally released for the PC in late 2008, is a direct sequel to Tomb Raider: Legend game (never released officially for Mac) but also contains plot elements drawn from the Tomb Raider: Anniversary reboot, which reinvented the original game with a modern game engine.
In the game, player again assume the role of Croft, who discovers that the Norse Underworld is real and may hold the answer to a mystery from her own past. The game is being released under the Feral Legends label, which specializes in re-releases and ports from Windows games.
The game, originally developed by Crystal Dynamics with the port handled by Feral Interactive, will be released on May 31 and sell for $25. It will be available both from the Feral Interactive store directly (with pre-ordering available now) and the Mac App Store. The game requires an Intel Mac running OS X 10.6.8 or higher, a 1.8GHz processor or faster and 3GB of RAM or move. Some discreet graphics cards are supported but the ATI X1xxx series, Nvidia 7xxx series and most of the Intel GMA chipset series are not. The game can be used with the Intel GMA HD 3000 under OS X Lion 10.7.3 or later.