We already covered the long-awaited puzzle game The House of Da Vinci 2 from developer Blue Brain Games in November when it was announced to be coming soon to the mobile platform. And now, the game has finally got a confirmed release date. It'll arrive on the App Store tomorrow, the 4th of December, and will gradually make its way to other platforms in the future. Check out its trailer below:
The original The House of Da Vinci drew heavy inspiration from 'The Room' from Fireproof Games. It was a graphically stunning and highly polished title praised by critics and players alike, despite some reviews complaining about its fiddly controls.
This sequel picks up right where its predecessor left off, putting you in the role of Giacomo, apprentice of the legendary inventor Leonardo da Vinci. The engaging story will then be revealed to you piece by piece through your interactions with the various characters that you’ll encounter as you progress, all of whom are fully voice-acted and come with their own distinct personalities.
The House of Da Vinci 2 will also reportedly feature hundreds of detailed objects to play around with as well as tons of challenging puzzles to overcome. One of the main attractions of the original game was its immersive atmosphere and authentic recreation of Italy during the renaissance period. Meanwhile, the developer has promised to address some of the issues for part 2, particularly the controls, and hopefully we’ll finally get some closure on all the unanswered questions.
So if you are interested, be sure to check the App Store regularly tomorrow to pick up The House of Da Vinci 2 as soon as it launches. Even if you don’t have an iOS device, rest assured, it’s set to come to other platforms in a few weeks. In the meantime, if you haven’t played the original, this would be the perfect time to catch up. You can find that one available right now on both Google Play and the App Store.