Looking for your next mystery with puzzles to solve? Check out these books and movies that will remind you of House of Da Vinci 3.
In House of Da Vinci 3, the third and final game in the series, players will find more of the beautiful scenery and difficult puzzles they have come to love. The mix of adventure, mystery, and solving problems has made this series popular with people who like to solve problems.
Even though the House of Da Vinci series is over, there are still a lot of other mystery games to keep you interested. For players who want more puzzles to solve, these games are sure to satisfy that need.
Device6: For The Bookworms
This game is for you if you’ve ever wanted to play your way through a mystery novel. Most of the adventure told through text, but it comes to life through sound effects, puzzles that you can solve, and words that can lead you down different paths. The text of the story is like a map, and as you read, you’ll find more questions before you find answers.
On many levels, players have to scroll back and forth to find the one clue that is hidden in a small detail. Device6 is a great way to stretch your mind because you have to use both sight and sound to figure out some of the tougher puzzles.
The Witness: Grids And More Grids
The Witness is a puzzle-based open-world game that takes place on a beautiful island. At the start of the game, you don’t know anything about the world or your past. So your goal is to look around the colorful landscape and find clues.
Even though each puzzle in this game is different, they are all put together in the same way. All of them grid-based, and to solve them, you have to draw a path. Even though the puzzles themselves are only two-dimensional. There are clues in the environment that can help you figure out how to solve them.
The Case Of The Golden Idol: A Multiple Murder Mystery
This independent adventure game is about 12 odd deaths that happen over the course of 40 years. The point-and-click game takes place in the 18th century. And you have to look into crime scenes, figure out what happened, and choose suspects. In each scene that looks like a diorama, the player collects a set of words that then used to fill out scrolls and solve the case.
This brutal murder mystery has a creepy soundtrack that helps set the mood. The game’s unique pixel art and style of play make solving the mystery hard, scary, and ultimately rewarding.
We Were Here Forever: When You Can’t Do It Alone
This puzzle adventure game different from most others because it can only be played co-op. In the fourth game in the We Were Here series. People have to work together to get out of the dark world of Castle Rock. As the story goes on and the setting changes, the only way to solve puzzles and move forward is to talk to each other, pay attention, and work as a team.
There are a lot of different kinds of puzzles, which is fun. There are logic puzzles, navigation puzzles, and challenges that test your ability to describe things. It’s the best adventure game for puzzle-loving friends.
Year Walk (And Companion): If You Like Getting Lost In The Woods
This is a puzzle game for people who like folklore and myths. But it’s not for people who give up easily. You can’t hold on to it. As you make your way through a dark forest in the middle of winter, you’ll meet all kinds of ghosts and strange creatures that will give you strange tasks to do. Some of the puzzles are so simple. You might not even know you’ve found one until you start playing around with it.
After your first playthrough, you can download the Companion. It gives more information about the characters, explains symbols and legends, and gives the story more depth.
Professor Layton And The Curious Village: Puzzles Big And Small
This charming mystery game was originally a favorite on Nintendo, but you can also play Slope Game on iOS and Android. Explore the mysterious village by finding clues, talking to strange villagers, and solving more than 130 puzzles and riddles.
Most of the game spent unlocking and exploring the map, looking for puzzles you might missed, hidden hint coins, and clues to the overall mystery of the strange little town and the wealthy family that looms over it. The Curious Village is fun to play through because the main characters are cute. The music is relaxing, and the animation is cute.
The Room 4: Old Sins – Fun With A Dollhouse
People often talk about The Room and The House of Da Vinci series together when they talk about linear puzzle games. Both series have a lot in common, so if you liked one, you’ll probably like the other.
The Room 4: Old Sins doesn’t pick up where the third game left off. Instead, it introduces new characters in a new setting. The player has to figure out what happened to a well-known couple by looking at a strange dollhouse in their attic. This series is one of the best-known in the mystery genre for a reason. It has a lot of interesting puzzles and a plot that you slowly figure out.
Superliminal: Inception Meets Alice In Wonderland
Superliminal is a first-person puzzle game like the House of Da Vinci series, but it takes place in a much stranger world. This dream-like world messes with how you see things and makes you think outside the box. The game has an atmosphere that is equal parts creepy and cute.
The simple story is told through snippets of narration and the changing settings on each level. In the end, it’s a game about how the mind works, and the player has to work hard with theirs to find their way out of the scary dreamscape.
The Turing Test: Mystery In Space
The Turing Test is a first-person puzzle game that takes place on Jupiter’s moon Europa. The main goal is to find a missing ground crew. The crew has left behind puzzles that the main character, Ava Turing, must solve. It seems that only a human can solve them.
This game explores the connection between human and machine intelligence. It is a good fit for the AI world we live in now. This story takes place in space and is good for both science fiction and puzzle fans.
Dead Secret: Hunting And Hunted
A murder mystery set in 1965 rural Kansas is the perfect place to be creepy. This first-person horror game makes the player feel scared while they try to figure out who killed a mysterious professor.
There are clues to find and secrets to find out, but the stakes are higher because a murderer in a mask would rather keep these things a secret. This sense of urgency adds a fun twist to what might have been a boring mystery game otherwise.