The Da Vinci Code 3D
The Da Vinci Code 3D is a 2006 adventure game. It is based on the novel by Dan Brown and its subsequent movie adaptation. In the game, the player takes on the role of symbologist Robert Langdon as he attempts to solve the mystery behind the murder of the curator of the Louvre museum.
Gameplay takes place in a 3D environment and requires the player to navigate the levels using character-relative controls, or "tank controls," which was a common control scheme for systems that do not support analog sticks. The game's primary objective is to explore the environments, examine various objects, and speak with characters in order to advance the plot. While there are no action sequences, the game does include various puzzles that employ different mechanics, such as entering numbers into keypads or turning lock cylinders to pick door locks.
Credits (Symbian version)
19 People (13 developers, 6 thanks)
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- MobyGames ID: 177608
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Last modified February 22nd, 2023.