Tag: Tomb Raider

Special Feature in GamesTM Magazine

I’ve once again been approached by Future plc to help them with their special 200 issue of GamesTM Magazine. They wanted to explore the original Tomb Raider in a special feature article. I also got a mention 😉 Just got this in WH Smith 😁

AskUS – We’re Here to Help

Here’s one of the first videos that I produced for work. 

It was very challenging and fun to do. Co-voiced by Shelley Blond, the original Lara Croft voice actress!

Special Feature in Retro Gamer Magazine


I am absolutely delighted and honored to be featured in this magazine and I am extremely proud to say that I helped to make this special 20 years of Tomb Raider article happen.

Retro Gamer is a British magazine, covering retro videogames. It was world’s first magazine to be devoted entirely to the subject.

Royal Television Society Award

My Baba Yaga video is nominated for Royal Television Society Award. Royal Television Society is a British-based educational charity for the discussion, and analysis of television in all its forms, past, present and future. It is the oldest television society in the world. It is such a huge honour to be nominated. Fingers crossed and I win next year!

Featuring in the Rise of the Tomb Raider’s Credits

My blog makes an appearance in Rise of the Tomb Raider’s credits 🙂

Interview with Andy Sandham

Andy Sandham was involved in majority of Tomb Raider games by Core Design. He was an artist, level designer and a scriptwriter throughout his work on Tomb Raider series. And today he kindly agreed to an interview with me.


Interview with Heather Gibson
Heather Gibson was one of the major level designers for the original Tomb Raider and its first sequel. She designed a lot of levels including Lara’s manor – the full list of levels Heather created is below the interview. In this interview she unearths some very exciting facts never told before! We would like to thank Heather for sparing her time to answer all these questions (we had a lot to ask!)
Also, Level Editor fans – take some notes for a possible Winston mod!