The Secrets of Da Vinci: The Forbidden Manuscript

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Adventure
Publisher: Nobilis

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by Rainier on April 5, 2007 @ 9:42 a.m. PDT

The Secrets of Da Vinci: The Forbidden Manuscript is a major adventure and investigation game, the first game created about the life and work of Leonardo da Vinci. It offers players the opportunity to grapple with the mysteries of the codes hidden within the works of the great Italian genius.

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The Secrets of Da Vinci: The Forbidden Manuscript is a major adventure and investigation game, a thrilling mystical quest into the heart of the Renaissance that takes place in Da Vinci's last home, the Manoir du Cloux (now called the Chateau du Clos Lucé).

The Secrets of Da Vinci: The Forbidden Manuscript was developed in exclusive partnership with the Chateau du Clos Lucé (formerly the Manoir du Cloux), Leonardo da Vinci's last residence. The Clos Lucé is today listed among France's most important monuments. The involvement of the estate's owners guarantees the utmost historical respect in the game. The Chateau du Clos Lucé and its gardens are perfectly modelised and contribute to the player's total immersion in the final years of Leonardo da Vinci's life.

The period reconstruction has been carried out with genuine attention to historical detail in collaboration with specialists including the owners of the Chateau du Clos Lucé, and Pascal Brioist, scientific advisor for the site and lecturer at the Centre d'étude supérieur de la Renaissance in Tours. The precision and refinement of the graphics immerses the player in the very heart of the Renaissance.

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