We're not really sure what the story is here. Lara Croft: Guardian of Light has been out since 2010 on iOS, XBox 360, PS3, and PCs, and according to RedmondPie, it was even released on Android in July of 2012. But the Play Store listing that's mentioned in that article, which is this link, doesn't appear to be live anymore. RedmondPie noted back in 2012 that the game was a Sony Ericsson exclusive, but 4 years is a really long time for an exclusive on a game title. Maybe Square Enix forgot to release it for other devices, maybe Sony Ericsson really did have a long-term exclusive deal on it, or maybe the game was pulled from the Play Store a while ago and forgotten until today.
Either way, there's now a new listing for Lara Croft: Guardian of Light and it seems to be live all over the world and for all devices. The adventure game has you playing as Lara Croft and searching for the Mirror of Smoke. You solve puzzles, advance through platforms, shoot enemies, and try to make it through all the boss battles before sunrise.
Lara Croft: Guardian of Light is praised for its replay value thanks to co-op multiplayer, different weapons, and lengthy play time. At $3.99
without any IAPs edit: it has IAPs, this is still worth considering, regardless of its delayed arrival on Android and the Play Store.