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Tomb Raider III (1998, 2009)
The single-player video game follows fortune-hunter, Lara Croft, as she enters upon a quest to recover four pieces of a meteorite that are scattered across the world. In the game's City of London level, Aldwych Section, Lara uses Solomon's Key to access the Mason's Room where she retrieves a Masonic Mallet.
The masonic references are entirely gratuitous and have no relevence to the quest itself or any characters in the game. Most reviews of the game, and its entry in Wikipedia, don't mention Freemasonry.

Tomb Raider III, Adventures of Lara Croft (1998, 2009). Designed by Chris Coupe, Phil Chapman, Jer O'Carroll, Tom Scutt (AI), Darren Wakerman (animation), programmed by Martin Gibbins, written by Vicky Arnold. Core Design, Eidos Interactive, Enix. Microsoft Windows, PlayStation, Macintosh, PlayStation Network. First released in North America on 21 November 1998.

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