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The House of da Vinci

By Blue Brain Games

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Enter The House of Da Vinci, a new must-try 3D puzzle adventure game. Solve mechanical puzzles, discover hidden objects, escape from rooms and dive into the authentic atmosphere of the Renaissance. Use all your wits to find out what's behind your master's disappearance.

The game is now available for introductory price.


Brain twisters and baffling riddles are all based on Leonardo’s inventions.

Navigate Leonardo’s workshop intuitively. Playing the game couldn’t be more fun.

War machines, complex lockboxes, mechanical puzzles, room escapes will all test your skills.

Detect hidden objects by seeing through the surfaces around you.

An unusual gauntlet allows you to witness events that happened earlier, and learn more of the story.

You are Da Vinci’s most promising apprentice. Your master, Leonardo, has disappeared. You have no idea where he’s gone or what has happened. So you begin your quest, your search for the truth. However, Leonardo's workshop is full of puzzles, inventions, escape mechanisms and objects hidden in all corners of beautifully decorated rooms. You’ll need to use all of your brain cells to find out what’s really going on!

We’ve applied our own imagination to the story of the world’s greatest inventor, Leonardo da Vinci, providing players with unique special abilities throughout gameplay. We allow you to warp back into your early days as a young apprentice, exploring the 16th century world around you, peeking into Leonardo’s mechanisms, puzzles and devices, as you eventually become powerful enough to control time itself and learn the secrets hidden in the past.

Many challenging puzzles are inspired by Leonardo Da Vinci's real inventions and ideas. Mysterious locations were created based on original artworks and the wonderful Florence, Italy of 1506.


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The House of Da Vinci is now available in English, French, German, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Czech and Slovak with more languages coming soon.

Blue Brain Games is an enthusiastic indie team of graphic artists and developers, all of whom are fans of both 3D puzzle games and the renaissance genius Leonardo Da Vinci. The House of Da Vinci was successfully funded on Kickstarter in late 2016. Install the game now and join over 2.391 adventure game enthusiasts that backed The House of Da Vinci!

What's New in Version 1.0.1

- Minor bug fixes
- Improved performance


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Customer Reviews

Good game! Very unoriginal.

The House of Da Vinci is a very well done game, with only minor control issues every now and then. I managed to get through it in about four hours and I was impressed about just how tight it felt. The problem comes in the lack of originality. Now, I've been a fan of The Room series from the beginning, and this game is the most blatant copy I've ever seen. The Oculi that you receive in the first chapter are clearly direct rip offs of the Eye piece from all three room games. The first of the two Oculi even allows you to see inside and manipulate machinery, which is almost exactly what the upgraded eyepiece in the room does along with letting you see things invisible to the naked eye, which is also something the first oculi does. Although the second Oculi is more original, and I did quite like the time travel theme, I wish it had been used more often. Several times throughout the game I have seen many objects that look almost identical to ones in The Room, especially in the Crypt when you get a particular key that bears a striking resemblance to the Craftsman's Key from the third room game. Now, this isn't to say I didn't enjoy this game, in fact, I quite like it. I would love to see a sequel, but I would advise a little bit more originality. Maybe ditch the first Oculi or make modifications. Overall, I do recommend this game.

A decent room knockoff

As a huge fan of the room series and their take on the "escape the room genre" I'm constantly on the lookout for similar games that can hold me over until the next room game is finally released. While this game isn't as polished it's a worthy knockoff. Every now and then some actions like turning a crank or pulling open a drawer will get bogged down or laggy. It doesn't happen too much and most occurrences can easily be fixed by zooming out and then in on the object. Although there have been a couple of instances where I didn't know what to do next because the object I needed to move, turn, or whatever didn't respond to my command and I'd end up wasting time thinking the object I needed was somewhere else. That can be frustrating but with it being few and far between I still give this game a solid four stars. There's a story and some lore for people that like that otherwise it's just you stuck in one giant room after the next. No backtracking. No need to speak with other characters to get useful intel. Just a bunch of interwoven puzzles that have so far proven to be both clever and challenging while still being fun

Astoundingly Beautiful Game! Review update below...

Puzzling at its best! Reminiscent of the all time great The Room but has a different flare and artistry. I love a challenge and The House of DaVinci does not disappoint! I'm now 30 minutes minutes into the game and am highly entertained and engrossed completely. The graphics are excellent and gameplay is smooth and responsive. The music is absolutely perfect as it's sets an appropriate mood throughout. The puzzles are thought provoking and while indeed challenging, are not impossible. The gaming, artistry and challenging puzzles make The House of DaVinci more than worth the $5 cost. I'll be gifting several copies of this game in order to support the very capable developers. Great job and thank you developers!

I contacted BlueBrain Games Customer Service after getting stuck in game. Had a problem with the octahedron puzzle which turned out to be on my end. I cannot say enough about the fantastic customer service from BlueBrain Games. They were quick to respond and very helpful. This is a company that will go far. Very impressed!

The House of da Vinci
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  • $4.99
  • Category: Games
  • Updated:
  • Version: 1.0.1
  • Size: 796 MB
  • Language: English
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Rated 9+ for the following:
  • Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes

Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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