The House of Da Vinci launched all the way back in 2017. Now, developer Blue Brain Games is gearing up to deliver a second dose of The Room-inspired puzzling. Some fresh details have now emerged, alongside the game's first official trailer.
Much like the original game, you play as one of Leonardo Da Vinci's apprentices. You'll explore every nook and cranny of each elaborate level, uncovering clues and mind-twisting inventions as you go. The story sees you playing through mysterious events which led to 'the greatest discovery in human history'.
Pocket Gamer, our sister site, reviewed The House of Da Vinci at launch, finding it to be a little too similar to The Room series while admitting that the puzzles, atmosphere, and visuals still made it a good time. The reviewer concluded that it was a 'well-made, detailed, and complex puzzler with a lot to offer'.
Its sequel still doesn't have an official release date, but I imagine it can't be too far off. In the meantime, you'll find the first game available for download now from both the App Store and Google Play.