OpenTomb is a cross-platform reimplementation of classic Tomb Raider 1—5 engines that were developed by now defunct Core Design. The project does not use any old Tomb Raider source code, because all attempts to retrieve sources from Eidos / Core were in vain. Instead, everything is being developed completely from scratch. However, OpenTomb uses certain legacy routines from such unfinished open-source projects as OpenRaider and VT project (found at icculus.org), plus it incorporates some code from Quake Tenebrae. OpenTomb supports not only classic Tomb Raider levels, but also custom levels built with TRLE and Dxtre3d level editors.
Now OpenTomb fully supports joystick, control mapping and sprint!
Posted by Lwmte on Jul 24th, 2013
Now OpenTomb fully supports joystick (with analog input), control mapping and sprint (for TR3 and above)! Please note that currently we have no force feedback support, as OpenTomb uses SDL 1.2 for a moment, but migration to SDL 2.0 should be easy.
Also, there is a basic wade support (TR2 and above), but it's a bit glitchy yet.
Overall changes for latest revision are:
You can get latest version at Sourceforge.