Following its earlier release on iOS this year, The House of Da Vinci 3 has also officially launched on Android devices. Blue Brain Games' 3D puzzle adventure boasts an average rating of 4.9/5 and will give players the much-awaited conclusion to the story of Leonardo da Vinci. It's a pick-up-and-play title that doesn't require players to have played the first two games in the trilogy.

The premium game doesn't have any pesky ads or intrusive subscriptions and in-app purchases, either - players can expect an immersive experience through Renaissance Italy as they meet historical figures and travel through time to uncover the truth. They'll also be able to test their wits against challenging puzzles all while learning more about the secretive Ordo Iustitialis.

Players can take on the role of Giacomo, Da Vinci's apprentice, as they explore various interiors and exteriors and enjoy motion capture technologies that bring more impact to cutscenes. The game also boasts multi-language support in 11 languages for accessibility.

If you're eager to give it a go yourself, you can download The House of Da Vinci 3 on the iOS App Store and on the Google Play Store. It's a premium title that costs $5.99 a pop or your local equivalent.

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