Great Secrets: Da Vinci
Average Rating 21 player reviews ( 4.1 out of 5.0 )
An historic hidden object adventure!
Play the part of the great Leonardo da Vinci! Embark on an exciting life-long adventure through his diary as you discover great mysteries within its pages. Meet his famous contemporaries, find new knowledge, and possibly discover the secret of the Philosopher’s Stone - which can turn anything to Gold! Don't miss the opportunity to not only become culturally enriched, but also to visit the most distant, secret, inaccessible or long-vanished places reflected in the pages of da Vinci’s diary! Enjoy your travels!
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Really enjoyed this game. Some objects were hard to find (good) only problem, the graphics were stilted..Music was soothing. Hints replenished in good time - but you only had 3, couln't earn more. Ended a little too quickly too, leaving you wanting more. Overall a great game. See more See less
Mixture of find x amount of same object, find list of objects, extremely easy jigsaw, and find matching cards. You get 10 minutes to find the objects but are penalized for bunch of wrong clicks. Objects are expertly hidden in the backgrounds. The story is a journal to be read along with corresponding pictures. One time I had someone come to the door while the list to find was being done and didn't make the 10 minutes. They offered a mostly different list of objects to find or the option to skip the screen. Music was ok but after 3 screens I turned it off as it was boring. I didn't play it all the way through as I would rather do an adventure with my HOG. YMMV See more See less
Liked the game until I came to a puzzle of a woman holding an animal. There seemed to be only one way to fix it since the borders were all identified. Was told to start over. Never got it. Can anyone help? See more See less
Really the only thing I can say that is good about the game is the storyline. Gameplay got repetitive and boring and the puzzles were not a challenge to complete. It's ok if you just want to hunt items the same way over and over again. See more See less
Maybe I'm missing something, but I hated this game. The scenes were nicely done but I hate it when I have to keep playing the same screen, i.e hidden objects, then find all the feathers, then spot the difference. I find it a bit of a con, with game producers lengthening the game by three without having to design new screens. Also, the mini games were so easy and all the same, spin the tiles, matching pairs etc. I played it for about 90 minutes and gave up. Apologies if I missed something awesome which was at the end, but I really couldn't stick with it any longer. See more See less