The Da Vinci Code Crack + Activation Code Download

The Da Vinci Code Guide Robert Langdon and Sophie Neveu on their quest to solve a bizarre murder-mystery and uncover the ultimate treasure protected by an ancient secret society. Expands upon "The Da Vinci Code" universe by giving the player new experiences and locations not visited in the book or the film. Combines a unique blend of stealth, frantic chases and combat, diversely cryptic puzzles, and exploration. Explore detailed environments and discover hidden clues in world famous locations such as The Louvre, Westminster Abbey, St. Sulpice and more. Players must solve a wide variety of challenging physical and intellectual puzzles that will ultimately lead them to the resting ground of the Holy Grail.
Download The Da Vinci Code Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 55 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1140
Genre Action, Action Adventure, General, Linear
Players 1 Player
Company / Developer
2K Games / The Collective
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The Da Vinci Code reviews ( 3 )

SarahC., May 26, 2006

The puzzles (crytograms and inventory) are good, but the combat is truly terrible. The aim is to click the mouse buttons in the same order that they are 'flashed' on the bottom of the screen. This means you can't actually watch the action! Stoopid. What is it with film tie-ins? They never work out.

KrestenS., Jul 20, 2006

The puzzles are chalinging, the story average, the combat element is awfull and allmost impossibel to manage and do not suit this kind af game anaway. The lack of an in game map force you to a lot of running up and down. Grafic and animations is not impressing and the AI af the police og Opus Dei foes is nearly absent. A pitifull and quickly forgotte piece af merchandising.

martingale, May 23, 2014

This game has a ridiculous save game system, which was so frustrating I had to give up playing. The fighting scenes require considerable skills with the mouse, and if you're knocked out (which is very often the case), your punishment is to start over a long, long, looooong sequence of game history again. And then again, and again. And there's no way you can control this. The game could be rather good, otherwise, but the half-baked check point system makes it all doomed. My personal advice is, don't bother to buy this game if you don't have some masochistic inclination toward re-living the past over and over again.