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In a clear statement that no museum is safe from his mechanisms, Mr X has pilfered from yet another British institute of history...

Ada Lovelace: Legacy of the Analytical Engine is a solitaire roll-and-write legacy game, following our protagonist, Ada Lovelace, as she chases the elusive Mr X around the globe. Over the course of 9 levels, players will examine crime scenes, upgrade their skills, and try to thwart Mr X's evil plans.

Fans of Ada Lovelace: Consulting Mathematician will know what to expect, while enjoying the new and unique levels, story, and legacy elements in the game. For everybody else, this is a perfect jumping-on point!

Included in the download:

- A full colour version of the game

- A low colour version of the game, suitable for black and white printing

- An Ada Lovelace papercraft dice tower and paper doll, designed by Tiffokeeffo

- Ada Lovelace Saves Christmas (a mini Ada Lovelace adventure)

Updated 7 days ago
CategoryPhysical game
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(1 total ratings)
TagsBoard Game, Singleplayer


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Click download now to get access to the following files:

Ada Lovelace Legacy of the Analytical Engine (Full Colour).pdf 13 MB
Ada Lovelace Legacy of the Analytical Engine (Low Colour).pdf 3 MB
Ada Lovelace Dice Tower.pdf 1 MB
Ada Lovelace Paper Doll.pdf 1 MB
Ada Lovelace Saves Christmas-v4.pdf 2 MB
Ada Lovelace Saves Christmas-v4 (Low Ink Version).pdf 1 MB


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The "Paper Doll" and "Dice Tower" PDFs seem to have identical images

They look similar, but if you start constructing them, you'll see that the fold lines are different and produce different models.

Hi!  I'm trying out Ada Lovelace Saves Christmas, and I'd like to check on a rule:

When there are multiple pieces of evidence in a skill box (like the slingshot/keys/card/gem or meeple/perfume), which is correct?

  • they ALL need to be filled out to invoke the skill once
  • invoke the skill once each time a single piece of evidence's boxes have appropriate numbers

I'm guessing they allow multiple skill-invocations, but I'd like to make sure.


You're correct. Each piece of evidence can trigger abilities independently. There are a couple of exceptions in the larger campaign game, but they are clearly indicated.