~BRAND NEW~BASED ON THE MOTION PICTURETHE DAVINCI CODE
OFFICIAL BOARD GAME
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The DaVinci Code Board Game The Quest For The Truth
15 Different Mysteries!
The Da Vinci Code board game is the only official board game based on the motion picture and best selling novel. The object of the game is to travel around the board, collecting clues and decoding cards to solve the mystery. Just like Robert Langdon, you follow a trail of strange and baffling clues to identify a mystery phrase. You'll also have to answer a series of five mystery questions, based on information you have gathered. There are 15 different mysteries to solve.
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Description: The DaVinci Code Board Game ~ Based on the Motion Picture ~ The Quest For The Truth Uncover Clues to solve 15 Different mysteries
Components or What you Get: 200 cards (numbered 0 to 199),
Game Board, 6 Pyramid play pieces in assorted colors, Cryptex Decoder with 10 letter strips, Sidebar Decoder, Mirror card, Pad of answer sheets, 6-sided die, 30-second timer, Instructions, Instructional Guide DVD.
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The quest for the truth. Uncover clues to solve 15 different mysteries.
The DaVinci Code Board Game is the only official board game based on the motion picture and best selling novel. The object of the game is to travel around the game board, collecting clues and decoding cards to solve the mystery. Just like Robert Langdon, you follow a trail of strange and baffling clues to identify a mystery phrase. You'll also have to answer a series of five mystery questions, based on the information you have gathered.
There are 15 different mysteries to solve!
6 Pyramid Play Pieces in Assorted Colors
Cryptex Decoder wtih 10 Letter Strips
Pad of Answer Sheets
6 Sided Die
30 Second Timer
OFFICIAL MOVIE TRAILER
Instructional Guide DVD
2 - 6 Players
This is a new game inspired by the bestselling novel of the same name and licensed by the film company that is making the movie based on the Da Vinci code book. The game includes 15 different mysteries for players to solve and uses some clever tools that players must employ to solve the mysteries. An instructional DVD that explains the game and shows an example mystery being solved is also included.
There are 2 phases to the game. In the first phase players roll and move their pieces around the board to visit various sites to look at clue cards so they can figure out the mystery phrase first. Each of these clues require a different mechanism to solve. Some use a mirror to reverse the letters, some use a decoder box that is laid over the card in a certain way to reveal part of the mystery phrase, some cards you line up against a special decoder tool, and some are just riddles or puzzles to solve. Some clues will also require the player to do to the center of the board and visit the library to retrieve a card there with information that will help them solve their clue. Alternately, players might need to visit the Louvre and examine a painting there. When the players visit the Louvre the players only have 30 seconds to find the correct card with the painting that relates to their clue, examine the painting and the information on the card about the painting and hopefully discover the information they need to solve their current clue.
Players can also discover one of two special types of cards: Taxis which let the player move around board quicker and a computer card that lets you look at another player's notes for 30 seconds.
Once one player thinks they have solved the Mystery Phrase they go to the center of the board and announce the answer. If they are right then all players score 1 point for each letter (and blank space) they had correct in the Mystery Phrase. The player that got the Mystery Phrase correct gets 5 bonus points.
This begins Phase 2 of the game as 5 questions are now read from the mystery book. These questions relate to the clues that the players discovered during the game. Each question a player gets right is worth 5 points. If a player gets all 5 questions correct they score another 5 points.
Players lose points for any Taxi or Computer cards they had left in their hand at the end of the game.
The player with the highest score wins.
The Da Vinci Game
Leonardo Da Vinci, the incredible artist and engineer has had another Renaissance recently through The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown, with tens of millions of people becoming enthralled and intrigued by his mastery in using secret symbols, mirror writing and a range of other puzzles and hidden meanings.
The Da Vinci Game is inspired by this side of Leonardo's life and challenges players to solve a myriad of ingenious puzzles, riddles, logic problems and conundrums in a thrilling race against both the clock and the other players. It can be played with 3 to 6 players or teams.
When playing the game, mental agility, shrewd tactics and a little bit of luck are all needed and fortunes can change in the blink of an eye. To win you must gather the four pieces of treasure and return to the Ankh space to face and conquer one final challenge to become the Grand Master of the game.
Board games and card games with a Da Vinci theme.
More than 60 million copies of Dan Brown's novel The Da Vinci Code are in print, making it a worldwide phenomenon. There aren't nearly as many Da Vinci games in print, but at least nine different Da Vinci board games and card games have been published. None comes with a giant albino monk ready to kill in the name of the Lord.