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Helix is a cloud-based software developed by Abstergo Entertainment.
A continuation of the Data Dump Scanner, a creation of Álvaro Gramática, the Helix software allowed for accounts of various Templars and Assassins throughout history, with propaganda-based narrations delivered by Abstergo in favor of the former, delivered to the public via a games console-style format at a cheap price. Using the headsets, Abstergo can also collect players' genetic data.
The Helix menu presented the user with twelve memories, although the Helix initiate could access and play only The Tragedy of Jacques de Molay. Nine of these correspond to events related in eight real-world Assassin's Creed games, while the last three don't.
- The Tragedy of Jacques de Molay: features the Grand Master Jacques de Molay during the dissolution of the Knights Templar and his burning at the stake.
- Triumph of the Borgias: features Rodrigo Borgia in his Papal regalia.
- The Lone Eagle: features Haytham Kenway.
- Murder in the Levant: features Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad.
- The Emperor's Shadow: features Shao Jun.
- Fear and Loathing in Florence: features Ezio Auditore da Firenze.
- Washington and the Wolf: features Ratonhnhaké:ton.
- The Liberation of Lady Aveline: features Aveline de Grandpré.
- Devils of the Caribbean: features Edward Kenway.
- The Bladed Cross: features a Roman Assassin during Constantine I's rule as Roman Emperor.
- Jazz Age Junkies: features an American Assassin during the Jazz Age.
- Hell in Hibernia: features an Irish Assassin during the Irish War of Independence.
- Showdown in Shanghai: features Albert Bolden, one of the Black Crosses.
- Abstergo Entertainment’s Helix Navigator used a Hospitalier Antivirus program, referencing the Knights Hospitalier.