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The Da Vinci Code game

The Da Vinci Code

Genre: puzzle / bejeweled

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Game review

The Da Vinci Code is a «Match-3» (or bejeweled-style) puzzle game that explores the mysteries surrounding a murder, unusual antiquities and a series of cryptic messages.

Match three or more identical tokens to score points, earn powerful tools and reveal an escape path. Lead your character through dark corridors and old European streets, avoiding patrolling policemen and staying ahead of a mysterious, vengeful enemy, while each step leads closer to the biggest mystery. You can play The Da Vinci Code game in the investigative Story Mode or the breath-catching Chase Mode.

Unlike other «Match-3» games, The Da Vinci Code adds some unique features to the game-play. The game ships with a story loosely based on the book; a written introduction accompanies each new level. Players travel through the game board from start to finish, which adds a new layer of strategy to the game.

Featuring two game modes, an original storyline, and addictive puzzle gameplay, The Da Vinci Code game holds the secret to puzzling fun!

Game screenshots

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System requirements

  • Windows 98/ME/2000/XP
  • DirectX 7.0
  • Processor 500 MHz
  • 128 MB RAM


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