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CORE ONLINE OFFERS IN BROWSER GAMES
Copyright 2012 www.tombraiderchronicles.com

[ November 7th 2012 ]

Square Enix are preparing to launch CORE ONLINE, a browser-based platform for playing Hitman: Blood Money, Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light and Mini Ninjas. The service will be officially unveiled next week but you can watch the release trailer and collect some screenshots via Tomb Raider Forums.

CORE ONLINE has been developed by Hapti.co, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Square Enix Group based in Copenhagen, Denmark. The team was set up to focus on online gaming and the same studio is also responsible for the innovative game-building platform Gameglobe.

Follow the fetching orange hyperlink to access the CORE ONLINE service.

Core Online

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