Lara Croft: Relic Run, the free-to-play autorunning Tomb Raider spinoff, is out now on iOS and Android devices along with Windows Phone.

Like Temple Run or most mobile games with "run" in the title, Relic Run tasks players with navigating an on-rails obstacle course full of various hazards. Spikes, traps and pits are all liberally sprinkled throughout what amounts to Lara Croft's most ridiculous exercise regimen.

Lara Croft: Relic Run looks a bit more complex than other games of its ilk, however, as players can sabotage each other's runs by cursing them. There's also light combat and boss fights, like that T-Rex, and you can ride a motorcycle. Or the aforementioned T-Rex for that matter.

Take a gander at how Lara Croft: Relic Run looks in action in its launch trailer below.

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