Eidos Interactive, the games developer behind titles including 'Tomb Raider' and 'Championship Manager', announced plans to make more of its games available on mobile.
The company said that it's looking to support console and PC releases with mobile content, as well as release more classic games, such as the forthcoming 'Pademonium', originally a PlayStation game, on handsets.
"We're supporting our console releases with mobile versions of games like 'Tomb Raider: Legend', 'Hitman: Blood Money' and 'Championship Manager', while also exploring other mobile opportunities with our IP," said Simon Protheroe, new media and IT director of Eidos.
"This way we can offer the consumer other ways to access their favourite games and games characters. So if you can't get enough of your favourite Eidos game on your console, then you can play the mobile version on your way to work."