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    Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box Walkthrough
    by The Lost Gamer (ilovecartoonssomuch@yahoo.com)
    Copyright 2011
    
    
    For a list of all my various guides, please check
    http://the_lost_gamer.tripod.com/guides.html
    
    
    Table of Contents:
    001.  General information
    002.  Video Walkthrough
    003.  Walkthrough
      003a. Prologue
      003b. Chapter 1: The Legendary Molentary Express
      003c. Chapter 2: The Country Village of Dropstone
      003d. Chapter 3: A Diverging Path
      003e. Chapter 4: The Phantom Town of Folsense
      003f. Chapter 5: Shadows on the Street Corner
      003g. Chapter 6: The Road to Herzen Castle
      003h. Chapter 7: An Encounter at the End of the Line
    004.  Hamster Fitness and the Animal Lover's House
    005.  Camera Puzzles
    006.  The Music Lover's House
    007.  Tea Puzzles
    008.  The Tea Master's House
    009.  The Sweethearts' House
    010.  The Puzzle Master's House
    011.  The Secret of the Elysian Box
    012.  Credits
    
    
    
    001-General Information
    -----------------------------------------------------------
    
    This is a walkthrough for the Nintendo DS game called 
    Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box. It's a 
    puzzle/mystery game containing a lot of brainteasers.
    
    You can contact me at ilovecartoonssomuch@yahoo.com if you 
    have any questions, suggestions or that sort of thing.
    
    002-Video Walkthrough
    -----------------------------------------------------------
    
    I made a video walkthrough for this game, so if you would 
    rather watch me solve various puzzles rather than read 
    about them, you can see them all at:
    
    http://www.youtube.com/playlist?p=PL13F1E536E5D98573
    
    I will also include links to the individual videos in this 
    guide.
    
    003-Walkthrough
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    Video #1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=trQWiGk8zyA
    
    The game begins with Professor Layton and his apprentice, 
    Luke, taking a trip on a luxurious train. Our heroes are 
    preoccupied with the mystery of the diabolical box, which 
    is called the Elysian Box. This box is rumored to kill 
    anyone who opens it.
    
    003a-Prologue
    -----------------------------------------------------------
    
    A few days earlier, Professor Layton received a letter from 
    his friend, Dr. Andrew Schrader. The good doctor has the 
    Elysian Box, and he has decided to open it.
    
    Professor Layton gets the feeling that something horrible 
    is going to happen. After all, everyone who opens the box 
    dies. Therefore, he decides to check up on Dr. Schrader.
    
    First, Layton needs his keys. You can look for them by 
    tapping on the various items on the touchscreen. The keys 
    are in the middle drawer of the desk.
    
    A brief tutorial appears, which teaches you how to move. 
    Tap on the shoe icon in the lower/right, then tap on an 
    arrow. Try this out by moving to the right, two times in a 
    row.
    
    Video #2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OnhTkK0CVzg
    
    Puzzle #001: Dr. Schrader's Map
    -------------------------------
    
    Summary: There are five empty places on the map, and six 
    pieces (including the one already placed on the map). Put 
    the pieces on the map so all the roads connect to each 
    other.
    
    Solution: The trick to this puzzle is determining which of 
    the six tiles do NOT go on the map. The tile that doesn't 
    go on the map is actually the tile which is on the map at 
    the start of the puzzle.
    
    From left to right, the five pieces at the bottom of the 
    screen go...
    
    1. The leftmost space.
    2. The bottom space.
    3. The top space.
    4. The right space.
    5. The middle space.
    
    -------
    
    With the puzzle solved, Professor Layton and Luke drive to 
    the Doctor's apartment complex. Which apartment, er, flat 
    belongs to Dr. Schrader?
    
    Puzzle #002: The Doctor's Home
    ------------------------------
    
    Summary: The doctor's room has a flag hanging over it, the 
    doctor's room faces the rising sun, and a nearby flat has 
    music coming out of it. 
    
    Solution: All you need to know is that a flag hangs over 
    the doctor's flat. There's only one window with a flag over 
    it, the one in the upper/left corner.
    
    -------
    
    Talk to the man here. He tells you to tap on the mailbox 
    for something special. Do this, and you get a hint coin. 
    All throughout this game, you can get hint coins by tapping 
    on things, and you can use the hint coins to help solve 
    puzzles.
    
    Try this out by finding hint coins at the base of the 
    street lamp and the awning above the door.
    
    Go through the door. Our heroes approach Dr. Schrader's 
    flat, but the door is locked by another puzzle. Boy, Dr. 
    Schrader sure makes it hard for people to visit him, huh?
    
    Puzzle #003: The Right Key
    --------------------------
    
    Summary: You have three keys. Which key opens the door?
    
    Solution: It's the key on the bottom. The trick is that you 
    have to rotate the key, so its circular end goes into the 
    keyhole.
    
    ----
    
    Our heroes enter the room to find the window open and Dr. 
    Schrader dead. They also find a mysterious train ticket.
    
    Video #3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-MYQj_fnjuE
    
    Inspector Chelmey, of Scotland Yard, appears, along with 
    his assistant, Barton. Luke is suspicious of the Inspector 
    due to the events of the last game, but this is the real 
    Inspector Chelmey.
    
    Chelmey figures that Dr. Schrader's death isn't a murder, 
    because the door was locked. Perhaps the doctor died from a 
    heart attack.
    
    Layton believes there is a possible escape route from the 
    room, one which is suspicious.
    
    Puzzle #004: A Secure Room
    --------------------------
    
    Summary: What is in this room which is an escape route and 
    also suspicious?
    
    Solution: Examine the closed window. The curtain to the 
    window is ripped. Now that's certain suspicious! 
    
    -------
    
    Our heroes look out the window, where someone clearly used 
    the curtain to escape.
    
    Layton notices a torn photo in Dr. Schrader's hands. 
    Chelmey gets mad that they are disturbing the crime scene, 
    so he takes the photograph pieces and kicks our heroes out 
    of the room.
    
    Layton is puzzled by the fact that the Elysian Box was not 
    in the apartment. He is also puzzled by the mysterious 
    train ticket. Layton and Luke decide to take the train, in 
    hopes of solving the mystery.
    
    003b-Chapter 1: The Legendary Molentary Express
    -----------------------------------------------------------
    
    Video #4: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4PI_ybqyUyo
    
    Time to explore the train! But first, there are two puzzles 
    in this room. One is on the trunk, and one is on the table.
    
    Puzzle #005: Luke's Trunk
    -------------------------
    
    Summary: Put everything in the trunk, without having things 
    overlap.
    
    Solution: The teddy bear is in the upper/right corner, and 
    directly under it is the bag with the ribbon and the 
    telescope. The books are in the upper/left corner, and 
    below them is the spatula and frying pan. The boomerang is 
    in the up/left area, next to the shirts. The gray thing is 
    on the bottom.
    
    Puzzle #017: The Worker Ant
    ---------------------------
    
    Summary: Draw the longest line possible, from start to 
    finish.
    
    Solution: Go down, left, up, left, left, down, right, 
    right, down, right, up, right, down, left, left, up, up, 
    left and down.
    
    -------
    
    Leave the room by going right. If you talk to the girl, you 
    learn that there is a fancy carriage on the train. However, 
    if you try to go there by leaving south, the conductor 
    stops you.
    
    Instead, talk to the girl again for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #024: A Strip of Paper
    -----------------------------
    
    Summary: A piece of paper has been folded twice. On each 
    fold, one end was an inch away from the other end. How far 
    apart are the folds, in terms of a tenth of an inch?
    
    Solution: This is kind of tricky. If you fold a piece of 
    paper, and one end is an inch away from the other, that 
    must mean the fold is half an inch away from the center of 
    the paper. Since this happened twice, both folds are half 
    an inch away from the center of the paper, making them a 
    full inch away from each other.
    
    The solution is 10. 10 tenths of an inch is one inch, which 
    is how far apart the two folds are.
    
    -------
    
    Go to the next carriage by leaving through the door at the 
    back of this carriage. Here, you can go inside the open 
    door on the left and tap on the water pitcher to get a 
    puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #023: Pitchers and Poison
    --------------------------------
    
    Summary: You have two pitchers. A third pitcher, containing 
    poison, is placed left or right of them. The third pitcher 
    moves left and right fifty-five times. You want the poison 
    to be in place #2, so which starting position do you put 
    the poison in, left or right?
    
    Solution: The answer is B, on the right. If the poison 
    starts on the right, it will always end up on the right 
    after an odd number of switches.
    
    -------
    
    Leave the room, then go to the next carriage.
    
    Video #5: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E07YRqsap6o
    
    This is the dining room. Talk to the waiter for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #007: Dining Couples
    ---------------------------
    
    Summary: Based off of the clues and the picture, figure out 
    which character is Mrs. Hadley.
    
    Solution: Mrs. Hadley is in position E. The O'Connors are 
    in A and B because they're sitting together, the Jonses are 
    C and G because they both have aisle seats, and the 
    Lamberts are D and H, across from each other.
    
    -------
    
    There are two doors that lead out of this room. The one of 
    the left goes to the kitchen. The one on the right leads to 
    the rest of the train.
    
    Go to the kitchen and talk with the chef. He gives you a 
    hamster, which is a metapuzzle in this game. Sometimes, 
    when you solve puzzles, you get an item which will help you 
    solve the hamster challenge. For example, the chef gives 
    you an apple that you can use in the hamster puzzle.
    
    Leave the kitchen and go through the other exit. Talk to 
    the woman here for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #006: Pancake Stacks 1
    -----------------------------
    
    Summary: Solve the Tower of Hanoi puzzle with three 
    pancakes.
    
    Solution: Simple! If the plates from left to right are 
    Plate A, Plate B and Plate C...
    
    1. Move a pancake from A to C.
    2. Move a pancake from A to B.
    3. Move a pancake from C to B.
    4. Move a pancake from A to C.
    5. Move a pancake from B to A.
    6. Move a pancake from B to C.
    7. Move a pancake from A to C.
    
    -------
    
    You can't go inside a room in this train car, so move to 
    the next train car. This has a room you can go inside, but 
    nothing is there for you to do, so instead, go down through 
    the door at the end of the hall.
    
    You've reach the end of the train! The view here is so good 
    that it reminds Professor Layton of a puzzle. 
    
    Puzzle #011: Trees in the Forest
    --------------------------------
    
    Summary: You have a four by four grid. Draw lines of the 
    grid, so there are four sections. Each section must have 
    all four types of trees.
    
    Solution: Here's a picture of the solution, with different 
    letters indicating different areas:
    
    ABBB
    AABD
    CADD
    CCCD
    
    -------
    
    Video #6: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9xin4lJdb5A
    
    Layton and Luke now have a good idea of all the cars in the 
    train now. These are:
    
    Fancy Car
    Layton and Luke's room
    Empty Car
    Dining Room
    Empty Car
    Empty Car
    Observation Deck
    
    Of course, the empty cars aren't really empty. They belong 
    to characters we haven't met yet. But before we meet them, 
    check out the garbage here for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #022: Taking out the Trash
    ---------------------------------
    
    Summary: A difficult puzzle! How do you get the trash from 
    the top of the slider puzzle to the bottom?
    
    Solution: The first general move is to get one of the blue 
    blocks into the area that sticks out in the upper right.
    
    Move the two blue blocks on the right down. Move the yellow 
    block on the right down, too. Move the top yellow block 
    right, and move the two blue blocks up. Move the bottom 
    yellow block left, and move the top yellow block down. Now, 
    move the two blue block right, so one is in the area 
    sticking out at the right, and the other blue block is left 
    of that.
    
    The next general move is to move the trash down one, and 
    have a blue block above it.
    
    Move both yellow blocks up. Move one of the blue blocks up 
    and left, into the lower/left corner. Move the right yellow 
    block down all the way, then move the other yellow block 
    down all the way, and right. Move the trash all the way 
    down, then move the highest blue block left all the way, 
    and up. Move the trash back up. Now, there's a blue block 
    above the trash.
    
    The next general goal I have is to move the trash so it is 
    under the gray cat.
    
    Move the leftmost blue block up all the way. Move both 
    yellow blocks up, and move the bottom yellow block left. 
    Move the rightmost yellow block down all the way, and move 
    the leftmost blue block right and down. Move the trash down 
    and right.
    
    All right! You're in the home stretch.
    
    Move the left yellow block up all the way. Move the blue 
    block under the trash left and up. Move the right yellow 
    block up and left. Move the trash down all the way. Move 
    the leftmost blue block right and up. Move the trash and 
    yellow block up. Move the bottom blue block up and left, 
    then move the trash down to the exit. 
    
    -------
    
    Go down a screen and talk to Mr. Beluga, the man who owns 
    the train. Then, move down another screen to reach the 
    dining car. Our heroes then eat a meal. They see Mr. Beluga 
    yell at the cook, and Layton is reminded of a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #010: A Work of Art
    --------------------------
    
    Summary: How many colors do you have to use to fill every 
    spot in this diagram, while having no two spots made up of 
    the same color touching each other?
    
    Solution: Three.
    
    -------
    
    The waiter here has a puzzle, as does the chef in the 
    kitchen. There is also a puzzle at the water glass on the 
    table in this room.
    
    Puzzle #008: Luke's Big Dinner
    ------------------------------
    
    Summary: We have a dinner on the screen. Luke's portion of 
    the meal costs twice as much as Layton's portion. What did 
    Luke eat?
    
    Solution: All together, the meal costs $105. Therefore, 
    Luke had $70 worth of food, which is twice as much as 
    Layton's portion, $35. Luke had the food which is $12, $16, 
    $17 and $25.
    
    Puzzle #013: On Your Plate
    --------------------------
    
    Summary: There are two triangles on the plate: a small one 
    and a big one. How much bigger is the big triangle?
    
    Solution: The big triangle is four times bigger than the 
    small one.
    
    Puzzle #009: Stacked Glasses
    ----------------------------
    
    Summary: You have five pictures of glasses, stacked in 
    various ways. Which picture is impossible to duplicate with 
    real glasses?
    
    Solution: Picture D.
    
    -------
    
    Video #7: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XUERIVhGCWU
    
    Leave the dining room by the bottom exit. Our heroes walk 
    straight into a mystery. Babette's boy, Tom, is missing. 
    All he left behind was his shoe. Babette throws a fit, and 
    Inspector Chelmey says he'll investigate.
    
    Talk to the Inspector about the missing child. He will give 
    you a puzzle to test your skills.
    
    Puzzle #020: The Shoe Store Thief
    ---------------------------------
    
    Summary: Someone goes a shoe store and buys a $30 pair of 
    shoes with a $50 bill. The shoe store owner gets change for 
    the $50 from the person next door. Later, the $50 is proven 
    to be counterfeit, so the shoe store owner gives $50 to the 
    person next door in compensation. How much money did the 
    shoe store person lose?
    
    Solution: $50.
    
    -------
    
    Go down a screen, to the carriage with Layton's room. You 
    have two puzzles here: one with the woman and one with the 
    conductor you meet if you try to go south.
    
    Make sure to talk to the conductor here, because he gives 
    you the camera, which is a meta-puzzle, just like the 
    hamster puzzle. As the game progresses, you will receive 
    camera parts for solving certain puzzles. At the end of the 
    game, or close to it, at any rate, you will have all the 
    camera parts, and you can solve the puzzle by fixing the 
    camera.
    
    Puzzle #018: The Shoe Maze
    --------------------------
    
    Summary: Make a path from start to finish, which alternates 
    between pictures of left and right feet.
    
    Solution: Go right three, up two, left one, up two, right 
    two, down one, right two, up one, left one, up two and 
    right.
    
    Puzzle #019: The Train Ride
    ------------------------------
    
    Summary: A train is riding along. At stop 1, 1/6 of the 
    passengers leave. At stop 2, 1/5 of the passengers leave. 
    At stop 3, 1/4 of the passengers leave. At stop 4, 1/3 of 
    the passengers leave, and at stop 5, 1/2 of the passengers 
    leave. What is the fewest number of people that the train 
    could have started out with?
    
    Solution: Six people. If there are six people, one person 
    leaves at each stop.
    
    -------
    
    Time to search for Tom. Go north to the dining carriage and 
    go in the kitchen to find Tom's hat. This reminds Luke of a 
    puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #014: Red Caps
    ---------------------
    
    Summary: A teacher gives caps to all her students. If you 
    can see four people wearing a red cap, you get a red 
    balloon. If not, you get a blue balloon. Some people got 
    red balloons, and some people got blue balloons. How many 
    people got red balloons?
    
    Solution: There must be four people with red caps. That 
    way, some people can see four red caps, and some people 
    (namely, the four wearing red caps) don't see four red 
    caps. Therefore, six people out of the ten people got a red 
    balloon for seeing four people in red caps.
    
    ------
    
    Leave the kitchen and go out the northern exit.
    
    Video #8: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=da6WYxY1FBw
    
    This is Babette's carriage. Enter her room and examine the 
    food scraps for a clue about Tom. Examine the flower vase 
    for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #016: Crazy Daisies
    --------------------------
    
    Summary: Which picture matches the black and white picture 
    on the left?
    
    Solution: Picture A matches.
    
    -------
    
    Leave Babette's room and go north to the observation deck. 
    Professor Layton and Luke meet a mysterious woman who looks 
    strangely familiar along the way.
    
    At the observation deck, talk to the man for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #025: Surviving in the Wild
    ----------------------------------
    
    Summary: There is a maze onscreen. Which animals will make 
    it out of the maze alive?
    
    Solution: The lion will make it out alive. The rabbit can 
    escape the maze, but it will surely be eaten by the lion 
    before it escapes.
    
    -------
    
    Go south and return to the dining room. Talk to the waiter. 
    He says that a couple was talking about Tom. They are in 
    the car to the south, so go through the south exit and 
    enter the room.
    
    Talk to the two people to get information about Tom. Talk 
    to them again for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #021: Pass It On
    -----------------------
    
    Summary: It takes one minute to tell a story from one 
    person to another. If there are eight people in a room, how 
    long will it take for Person #1 to get the message to 
    everyone?
    
    Solution: Three minutes, because Person #1 tells Person #2 
    in one minute. In the second minute, Persons #1 and 2 tell 
    the story to Persons #3 and 4. In the third minute, Persons 
    #1, 2, 3 and 4 tell the story to Persons #5, 6, 7 and 8.
    
    -------
    
    Leave the room, and Layton talks to Inspector Chelmey. 
    Layton has already solved the Tom mystery, but he's waiting 
    for a more dramatically appropriate moment to reveal this 
    information.
    
    Go south, and Layton and Luke agree that the mysterious 
    woman is following them. Examine Tom's shoe, which is here 
    on the floor. With a puzzle, Layton reveals that Tom is a 
    dog, not a child. The person holding the dog is the mystery 
    woman at the observation deck.
    
    Puzzle #015: Who Is Tom Really?
    ------------------------------
    
    Summary: Move the tiles around to form a picture of Tom in 
    the middle of the screen.
    
    Solution: It's easiest if you treat the L-shaped tiles and 
    dog paw tiles as two-by-two square tiles, when solving this 
    puzzle. That's because there are six two-by-two spaces on 
    the board.
    
    A B C
    D E F
    
    Move the four pieces with pictures of Tom into spots A, C, 
    D and F, respectively.
    
    Move piece C to E.
    Move piece A to C.
    Move piece D to A.
    Move piece E to D.
    Move piece C to E.
    Move piece F to C.
    Move piece E to F.
    Move piece A to E.
    Move piece C to A.
    Move piece E to B.
    
    Now, move every L-shaped tile left to the right, one spot, 
    to solve the puzzle.
    
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    Video #9: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3g5JkaLHgUI
    
    Head north through all the screens. A man stands between 
    you and the observation deck, and he won't let you pass 
    unless you have solved 12 puzzles. Solve 12 puzzles if you 
    haven't already, then talk to him for another puzzle. 
    
    Puzzle #012: Clouds and Sky
    ---------------------------
    
    Summary: There is a picture, with blue and white spots. 
    What is the ratio of blue to white?
    
    Solution: 6 to 4. When you divide the picture into ten 
    spaces, per the instructions, you can see that certain blue 
    areas are identical to certain white areas.
    
    -------
    
    Once you solve the man's puzzle, he goes away. Go to the 
    observation deck and talk to the mysterious woman. She's 
    Flora, the girl from the previous Professor Layton game. 
    He's her guardian.
    
    Flora joins up with Luke and Layton. Go to Babette's room 
    and talk to her. She is happy to have her dog Tom back, and 
    Chelmey is upset to learn that Tom is a dog.
    
    Head back to Layton's room and the train suddenly stops. 
    Layton goes outside, where he learns that Beluga is the 
    uncle of Sammy. Go left and examine the train for the final 
    puzzle of the chapter.
    
    Puzzle #026: Train Swap
    -----------------------
    
    Summary: Can you switch the two trains?
    
    Solution: It's a slider puzzle! Put Red 1 in the 
    upper/right corner, and move Green 1 into the lower/left 
    corner. Move all the green cars down. Then move Red 1 left, 
    into its proper place. Now, move all the other cars up, and 
    move Green 1 right, into its proper place.
    
    From here, it's pretty simple to get all the green cars 
    into place. Move the two remaining red cars in the 
    bottom/left to get them out of the way, and move Green Cars 
    2 and 3 into their designated locations. Then, move the red 
    cars to their spots; if you need to switch the red cars, 
    just put one in the upper/right corner. Finally, put Green 
    Car 4 in its place.
    
    -------
    
    With the puzzle solved, our heroes prepare to go to 
    Dropstone.
    
    003c-Chapter 2: The Country Village of Dropstone
    -----------------------------------------------------------
    
    Video #10: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cgVPW9rx0UA
    
    Dropstone is a nice town, and they are celebrating their 
    50th anniversary today, so it's a good time to visit. 
    
    Talk to Sammy if you want, and check the poster on the wall 
    for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #027: A Dramatic Farewell
    --------------------------------
    
    Summary: What is wrong with this picture?
    
    Solution: Select the top of the open window on the train. 
    If that drawing is accurate, the window opens upwards, 
    going through the roof.
    
    -------
    
    Go right, and talk to Mr. Beluga. He says it is a year 
    since a woman passed. Interesting...
    
    Go right again, and talk to the man for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #041: Cube Halves
    ------------------------
    
    Summary: Three of the four designs will form a perfect 
    cube, when added to an identically-shaped piece. Which is 
    the design that won't form a cube?
    
    Solution: C.
    
    -------
    
    Go north. Flora, for one, is excited to see the carnival. 
    None of our heroes notice a villain in the shadows as they 
    explore. There are two puzzles here: one in the cart of 
    vegetables, and one in the stand on the left.
    
    Puzzle #028: The Warped Wheel
    -----------------------------
    
    Summary: There is a triangle-shaped wheel. Which line 
    depicts the path of this wheel?
    
    Solution: The wheel is a triangle, so its path is made up 
    of three circular lines. The answer is A.
    
    Puzzle #029: The Winning Arrow
    ------------------------------
    
    Summary: Which of the three arrows on the right perfectly 
    lines up with the arrow on the left?
    
    Solution: B. It's easy to see this if you put a piece of 
    paper (or something else with a straight line for an edge) 
    against the picture of the arrow.
    
    -------
    
    Go right and talk to the woman. She has a puzzle, 
    naturally. You have to talk to her in order to progress 
    with the game. She has two puzzles, so talk to her twice. 
    Also, examine the tree on the right for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #036: The Trapped Bird
    -----------------------------
    
    Summary: Which of the three passageways leads out of the 
    maze?
    
    Solution: B.
    
    Puzzle #032: It's a Wrap
    ------------------------
    
    Summary: Which picture, when rolled up, results in a flower 
    covering like the one on the left?
    
    Solution: C.
    
    Puzzle #034: Trees on an Old Road
    ---------------------------------
    
    Summary: Which of the trees are farthest apart?
    
    Solution: Obviously, this is Trees A and E, the ones on the 
    end of the row.
    
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    The woman gives you some tea and tea ingredients. Now you 
    can perform the tea minigame! Just like the camera minigame 
    or the hamster minigame, you get various items for the tea 
    minigame by solving certain puzzles.
    
    Go left. Getting the tea set allows you to go forward into 
    town, but first, go left and talk to the man for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #037: World's Best Golfer
    --------------------------------
    
    Summary: A golfer needs to make a twenty foot putt. The 
    problem is that he can only do a putt that is 3, 5, 7 or 11 
    feet. What is the fewest number of strokes he can make the 
    20 foot putt in?
    
    Solution: Two strokes, if he shoots at an angle, instead of 
    aiming directly for the hole.
    
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    Go right and forward, into the town plaza. The man on the 
    left has a puzzle. The fountain to the right of the 
    building has a puzzle as well. The front door of the 
    building has another puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #053: Boys Club
    ----------------------
    
    Summary: If you move counter-clockwise or clockwise through 
    around this circle, crossing off every sixth person, you 
    will cross out all the girls before crossing out any of the 
    boys, provided you started with the right person. Who is 
    this person?
    
    Solution: That would be the man in the upper/left, with the 
    bushy eyebrows and mustache. You move counter-clockwise 
    from him.
    
    Puzzle #030: The Secret Message
    -------------------------------
    
    Summary: The fountain reads 8 12 RED, but it has a secret 
    message in it. This message tells you where everyone was, 
    the night after a big part.
    
    Solution: The answer is "BED". When the fountain is full of 
    water, the word "RED" looks like "BED".
    
    Puzzle #047: The Mayoral Election
    ---------------------------------
    
    Summary: Three people are running for mayor, in a town of 
    40 people. What is the minimum number of votes you need to 
    win?
    
    Solution: Each mayoral candidate will vote for himself or 
    herself. So really, the competition is "best out of 38", 
    not "best out of 40", seeing as each candidate knows where 
    two votes will go. Therefore, the answer is 20. 20 is the 
    minimum number of votes required to be assured of winning a 
    best out of 38 competition.
    
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    Go right a screen to see the livestock competition. It 
    looks like fun, but it hasn't started yet.
    
    Once you visit this area, someone new shows up in the place 
    where you got the tea. Go left, down and right. Talk to 
    this man for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #052: Hat Weather
    ------------------------
    
    Summary: The man wears a hat when it's sunny. He does not 
    wear a hat when it rains. If it's cloudy one day, he 
    doesn't wear a hat. If it's cloudy two days in a row, he 
    wears his hat. Figure out what the weather was like this 
    week, given this information.
    
    Solution: There are two tricks to the puzzle. First, know 
    that rainy days don't count as cloudy days. Second, realize 
    that the Saturday before this week was a cloudy day.
    
    Sunday: Cloudy
    Monday: Sunny
    Tuesday: Cloudy
    Wednesday: Rainy
    Thursday: Sunny
    Friday: Rainy
    Saturday: Sunny
    
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    Go left and back up to town hall. Go left and talk to the 
    mailman. He talks about Mr. Anderson, the rich man in town. 
    Go left, inside the building, and talk to the woman there. 
    She also talks about Mr. Anderson. It seems his daughter 
    plans on leaving town soon. You must talk to both of these 
    people to open up the road to the Anderson residence.
    
    Tap on the cat for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #051: Flipped Cats
    -------------------------
    
    Summary: Which picture matches the picture on the left?
    
    Solution: B.
    
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    Go right, out of this house. Then, go north down the path 
    to the Anderson manor. Talk to the man here for a puzzle. 
    You also get a puzzle when you look at the field on the 
    left.
    
    Puzzle #045: Baggage Claim
    --------------------------
    
    Summary: With this slider puzzle, move the baggage from the 
    top of the screen to the bottom.
    
    Solution: Start moving things in a counter-clockwise 
    fashion, and eventually, this frees up enough space so you 
    can move the baggage.
    
    Move the two green blocks on the left up. Move the two red 
    blocks left, and move the rightmost green block down. Move 
    the yellow and purple blocks right.
    
    With the two green blocks on the left, move the lower one 
    right and up. This gives you room to move a red block up, 
    and the other red block gets moved left. Move the rightmost 
    green block down into the exit area, the move the purple 
    block down and right.
    
    Now, there are three empty spaces under baggage. You can 
    get the baggage to the exit from here, just by manipulating 
    blocks on the left side of the screen.
    
    Move the baggage all the way down. Move the second from the 
    left green block right and up, then move the leftmost green 
    block all the way left. Move the upper red block up, then 
    move the luggage against the left-hand wall.
    
    Move the bottom red block right and up, then move the 
    luggage down. Move the red block left, and move the 
    bottommost green block up all the way. Move the luggage to 
    the exit.
    
    Puzzle #038: Moving Day
    -----------------------
    
    Summary: Someone wants to move his horses from Point A to 
    Point B. One horse can travel in 1 hour, one in 2, one in 6 
    and one in 8. He can only move two horses at once? How 
    quickly can he move all four horses?
    
    Solution: Thirteen hours. Each trip from A to B will 
    involve bringing two horses, and each trip from B to A 
    involves bringing one horse. All in all, there are three 
    trips from A to B, and two trips from B to A. Of these five 
    trips, the 1 hour horse and the 2 hour horse are used three 
    times; the slower 4 and 6 hour horses are used once, 
    together on the same trip.
    
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    Video #11: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h-SO5tLGaCE
    
    Go to the right, and Professor Layton talks about the 
    Anderson manor. Talk to the man here for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #033: Fishing Net
    ------------------------
    
    Summary: There is a picture of a fishing net that is 
    partially obscured. How many fish are in the net?
    
    Solution: Seven.
    
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    Go left and talk to Inspector Chelmey. He tried to see Mr. 
    Anderson, but Mr. Anderson is busy judging the livestock 
    competition. Chelmey then leaves.
    
    Talk to the person here for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #044: Tangled Ropes
    --------------------------
    
    Summary: You have a picture of ropes. When the red rope is 
    pulled into a knot, how many other ropes are going to be 
    inside the knot?
    
    Solution: Zero.
    
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    Go south and talk to the man here for two puzzles.
    
    Puzzle #042: Board Splitter 1
    -----------------------------
    
    Summary: You want to make two cuts on this board, so you 
    have two pieces of wood. These pieces of wood will fit 
    together to form a square, without flipping or rotating 
    either of the pieces. Where do you make the cuts?
    
    Solution: Below the top/left square. Then, move two squares 
    over and one square down. The other cut is below that 
    square.
    
    Puzzle #043: Board Splitter 2
    -----------------------------
    
    Summary: You want to make two cuts on this board, so you 
    have two pieces of wood. These pieces of wood will fit 
    together to form a four by five rectangle, without flipping 
    or rotating either of the pieces. Where do you make the 
    cuts?
    
    Solution: The first cut is directly above the two squares 
    sticking out on the left. The second cut is directly below 
    the two squares sticking out on the right.
    
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    Head right twice, to reach the livestock competition. Two 
    men are fighting, so talk to them and see what's the 
    matter.
    
    Puzzle #050: Misinformootion
    ----------------------------
    
    Summary: Three cows are liars, and two cows tell the truth.
    
    Cow A says D is a liar.
    Cow B says C is a liar.
    Cow C says A tells the truth.
    Cow D says E is a liar.
    Cow E says B is a liar.
    
    Who is lying?
    
    Solution: Cows A, C and E are liars.
    
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    Once the puzzle is solved, the competition is held. The cow 
    named Mootilda wins. Hooray for Mootilda!
    
    Talk to the person here for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #039: A Change of Clothes
    --------------------------------
    
    Summary: Three men in suits changed clothes. No one's new 
    clothes are matching, only Man C isn't wearing any of his 
    original suit, and Man C has red pants. Who is wearing 
    what?
    
    Solution: Man C has red pants. He can't have the red shirt 
    (which matches) or his original shirt, so he has the blue 
    shirt.
    
    Man B, therefore, can't have the blue shirt. Therefore, his 
    original piece of clothing is his blue pants.
    
    Since Man B has blue pants and Man C has red pants, Man A 
    must have the last pair of pants, star pants. His original 
    piece of clothing is his red shirt, therefore. Since Man A 
    has a red shirt and Man C has a blue shirt, Man B has a 
    star shirt.
    
    Man A: Red shirt, star pants.
    Man B: Star shirt, blue pants.
    Man C: Blue shirt, red pants.
    
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    When you try to walk left, someone gives Layton a puzzle 
    which identifies Mr. Anderson.
    
    Puzzle #048: Who's Mr. Anderson?
    --------------------------------
    
    Summary: Mr. Anderson has a hat and beard. He has a cane 
    and a bow tie. He does not have glasses. Which person in 
    the picture is he?
    
    Solution: Mr. Anderson is in the top/left corner. The wind 
    is blowing away his hat.
    
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    Layton talks with Mr. Anderson at some length. He doesn't 
    know much about the Elysian Box, besides the fact that his 
    mother-in-law, Sophia, always searched for it. Sophia died 
    a year ago, so she is the person who Mr. Beluga was 
    referring to when, earlier in this chapter, he talked about 
    a woman passing. 
    
    Go left several screens, into the house. Talk to the woman 
    for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #031: Pass the Apples
    ----------------------------
    
    Summary: Johnny and Thomas have apples. If Johnny gives an 
    apple to Thomas, they have the same number of apples. If 
    Thomas gives Johnny two apples, Johnny has three times as 
    many apples as Thomas. How many apples does each person 
    have?
    
    Solution: Johnny has seven apples and Thomas has five.
    
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    Video #12: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lsO5FcEeg8Y
    
    Go right twice and down. Poor Flora gets lost and 
    encounters a villain, but she soon reappears, looking 
    perfectly fine. She says someone near the train station has 
    talked about the Elysian Box, so we'll have to talk to him 
    before taking the train.
    
    Talk to the woman here for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #046: Odd Shape Out
    --------------------------
    
    Summary: The box here can be filled with three of the 
    blocks. Which block formation won't fit?
    
    Solution: D.
    
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    Go left and talk to both men here. They have puzzles.
    
    Puzzle #035: Which House Where?
    -------------------------------
    
    Summary: You have four houses and four clues. Can you 
    figure out which house goes where?
    
    Solution: Clue #2 is unnecessary for solving the puzzle. A 
    is green, B is blue, C is red, and D is yellow.
    
    Puzzle #054: Painting the Flag
    ------------------------------
    
    Summary: You have a white flag, made up of three sections. 
    With three different colors of paint, how many different 
    ways can you paint the flag? Remember, no two sections that 
    touch can have the same color.
    
    Solution: There are 36 ways you can paint the flag, seeing 
    as the original white color of the flag can be used.
    
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    Go right and down. Talk to the woman twice for two puzzles.
    
    Puzzle #040: The Tiled Box
    --------------------------
    
    Summary: You have a die, with pictures on it. Using these 
    two pictures, can you figure out what the die looks like 
    when it is flat?
    
    Solution: It looks like this:
    
             (club)
    (heart) (circle)
             (spade) (person)
                     (triangle)
    
    The heart is upside down, as is the person.
    
    Puzzle #049: A Royal Show-Off
    -----------------------------
    
    Summary: A king has many items. He wants everyone to have a 
    certain item. Which one?
    
    Solution: The telephone. The idea is that he can't use his 
    telephone, unless other people have telephones as well.
    
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    Go left. Mr. Anderson appears, and he tells Professor 
    Layton that his daughter is running away. Anderson wants 
    his daughter back home, so he says if Layton sees her, he 
    should pass on the message to her.
    
    Talk to the man here. He talks about the Elysian Box, which 
    he has heard of. He doesn't know where it is, and frankly, 
    he is more concerned about getting to the mystery 
    destination at the Molentary Express sometimes goes to.
    
    Go left to the train station. Sammy won't let you onboard, 
    unless you have solved 30 puzzles. Once you have solved 30 
    puzzles, talk to him, and he gives you the last puzzle of 
    the chapter.
    
    Puzzle #055: Sammy's Necklace
    -----------------------------
    
    Summary: Sammy has eight chains of seven links each. He 
    wants to form them into a necklace, and it costs two 
    dollars to cut and reseal a link. What is the cheapest he 
    can get his necklace for?
    
    Solution: Fourteen dollars. You do this by breaking every 
    link in the eighth chain, and resealing them to connect the 
    seven remaining chains.
    
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    The chapter ends with a cutscene. Katia, Mr. Anderson's 
    daughter, is boarding the train.
    
    All the puzzles in this chapter, chapter two, can be found 
    here:
    
    Video #13: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cm0g5ujMknc
    
    003d-Chapter 3: A Diverging Path
    -----------------------------------------------------------
    
    Video #14: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tG6K9TOPXQc
    
    The chapter begins with our heroes wondering about the 
    rumors that the train visits some sort of phantom town, a 
    mysterious location that no one has ever heard of before. 
    You need to talk to the train employees in order to find 
    out more.
    
    Go to the dining room and talk to the waiter. He says that 
    the train will soon enter a tunnel. Go to the kitchen and 
    talk to the cook. Finally, go to the observation deck and 
    talk to the man there.
    
    A new character appears in Babette's carriage. He says that 
    when the train enters the tunnel, the deluxe carriage is 
    sealed off. Very suspicious!
    
    A new character also appears in the carriage below the 
    dining car. She says the phantom town is haunted by a 
    vampire.
    
    When you try to go to the deluxe carriage, which is below 
    Layton's carriage, you get a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #056: The Door's Code
    ----------------------------
    
    Summary: The lock on the door has five symbols: a diamond, 
    a star, a moon, an X and a circle. They are arranged 
    vertically in the lock. The star is next to the moon, the X 
    is second from the top, the circle is above the diamond, 
    and the moon is two places below the diamond. What is the 
    order of the symbols?
    
    Solution: They look like this:
    
    Circle
    X
    Diamond
    Star
    Moon
    
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    Once the lock is open, go into the deluxe carriage. Go 
    inside the room and examine it. Sammy will appear with 
    flowers.
    
    Puzzle #057: Smell the Roses
    ----------------------------
    
    Summary: Can you put roses on the map, so every place on 
    the map is covered? The smell of roses will reach for two 
    rooms, and it won't travel through walls. No square can 
    have the scent from two different roses.
    
    Solution: There is a rose in the upper/left corner, the 
    upper/right corner, and the lower/right corner. A rose is 
    two squares above the rose in the lower/right, and a rose 
    in the square one above and one right of the lower/left 
    corner square.
    
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    Video #15: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bwKxS6xre14
    
    The roses make our heroes fall asleep, just as the train 
    enters the tunnel. While the train is in the darkness of 
    the tunnel, Luke wakes up for a brief moment to see the 
    deluxe car...switch tracks?
    
    Puzzle #058: In the Tunnel
    --------------------------
    
    Summary: Switch the trains, but make sure the #2 cars stay 
    on the same tracks.
    
    Solution: There's a nineteen step solution:
    
    1. Green 1 to bottom/left.
    2. Green 2 to middle/left.
    3. Green 3 to bottom.
    4. Green 2 to top/left.
    5. Green 3 to top/left.
    6. Red 1 to middle/left.
    7. Red 2 to top.
    8. Green 1 to top.
    9. Red 3 to bottom/left.
    10. Green 1 to bottom/right. It is now in place.
    11. Red 2 to bottom/right. It is now in place.
    12. Green 3 to bottom/right. It is now in place.
    13. Green 2 to bottom.
    14. Green 4 to bottom.
    15. Red 1 to top/left. It is now in place.
    16. Green 4 to middle/left.
    17. Green 2 to top/left. It is now in place.
    18. Red 3 to top/left. It is now in place.
    19. Green 4 to bottom/right. It is now in place.
    
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    Our heroes wake up once the trains are switched. Luke tells 
    the Professor about this, and Layton automatically believes 
    him.
    
    Then, our heroes hear that the mystery location is 
    Folsense. Layton looks at the ticket found on the corpse of 
    Dr. Schrader, and it suddenly makes sense.
    
    Puzzle #059: A Ticket to Where?
    -------------------------------
    
    Summary: This is a ticket to Folsense. Using this 
    information, figure out what the missing number on the 
    ticket is. There's a duplicate copy of the ticket in the 
    instruction booklet that comes with this game, if you need 
    help.
    
    Solution: There are two rows of numbers. One row is on the 
    top, and another is on the bottom. You can fold the ticket, 
    so the top halves of the numbers on top line up with the 
    bottom halves of the numbers on bottom. When this happens, 
    the two green parts of the ticket are brought together, and 
    the numbers look like "FOR FOLSENSE".
    
    The missing number, therefore, has a bottom half which will 
    help for the letter "E". The number 2 is the number you 
    want.
    
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    Our heroes arrive at their location. Leave the train, and 
    watch as our heroes step into Folsense for the first time. 
    It magically changes from a decrepit town to a bright, 
    shining town, right before our heroes' eyes. Also, our 
    heroes get dizzy and shake a few times before entering 
    town. What is going on in this town?
    
    003e-Chapter 4: The Phantom Town of Folsense
    -----------------------------------------------------------
    
    Video #16: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ut_8EM4XMBs
    
    Talk to the postman, who you saw earlier in Dropstone. Go 
    forward a screen, and Flora starts talking about how she 
    feels tired. We'd best find her a hotel.
    
    There are four buildings on this street. Click on any of 
    them for a puzzle. 
    
    Puzzle #061: Where's the Hotel?
    -------------------------------
    
    Summary: Which building is the hotel?
    
    Solution: C. The letters of the word "hotel" appear in the 
    windowpanes and doorway of that building.
    
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    Luke and Layton go in the hotel and get Flora a room. She's 
    not going to leave the hotel for the rest of the game. Go 
    up to her room to see her, and tap on the roses for a 
    puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #062: Smell the Roses Again
    ----------------------------------
    
    Summary: Can you put roses on the map, so every place on 
    the map is covered? The smell of roses will reach for two 
    rooms, and it won't travel through walls. No square can 
    have the scent from two different roses.
    
    Solution: Here's a diagram, with an R where the roses go.
    
    xxxxxR
    RxxxxR
    xxRxxx
    xxxxRx
    xxxxxx
    RxxRxx
    
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    Luke and Layton discuss the possibility that the roses that 
    put them to sleep in the deluxe carriage were actually 
    planted there, for the purpose of making them fall asleep.
    
    Go down twice to leave the hotel. Layton thinks there is a 
    clue to the Elysian Box, somewhere in this town. Go down 
    and talk to the man to learn that there is a huge fortune 
    in gold, somewhere in town. Duke Herzen used to own the 
    fortune, but he is now dead.
    
    Go up two screens, and you see that Mr. Beluga is making 
    Sammy search for something. Our heroes then find a diary, 
    which has many locks on it.
    
    Video #17: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rugjW08dXrQ
    
    Go inside the antique shop to your left. Our heroes see 
    that Inspector Chelmey is still on the case. The antique 
    shop owner is unable to help Layton, besides suggesting 
    that the Elysian Box could be at the Herzen Museum, at the 
    north part of town.
    
    The antique owner then spies the diary. He figures out that 
    it can be unlocked by various old keys. Whenever you find a 
    key, you can unlock a new diary entry.
    
    Leave the antique shop to see Inspector Chelmey talk to 
    Katia. Chelmey is suspicious, because she is also looking 
    for the Elysian Box.
    
    Go north to see Stachenscarfen. He teaches you how to make 
    tea. Specifically, he wants you to make a cup of Belle 
    Classic, which is made by using the first three 
    ingredients: Oasis Leaf, Brisk Berry and Belle Tart Seed. 
    Whenever you see a person who is sweating in this game, it 
    means that person wants to drink some tea. For more 
    information, check out the tea puzzle section.
    
    Once you serve tea to Stachenscarfen, a new person appears 
    here. Talk to him for a puzzle. 
    
    Puzzle #089: Flower Bed Fun
    ---------------------------
    
    Summary: Given the fact that each circle has a radius of 
    ten feet, how large is the red area?
    
    Solution: 400 feet. You can rearrange the red area to form 
    a perfect square, with sides 20 feet long (the diameter of 
    each circle).
    
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    If you try to go left, Barton will stop you. Instead, go to 
    the right. You see Inspector Chelmey get confirmation that 
    Dr. Schrader visited Folsense at one point. Talk to the man 
    outside the restaurant for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #086: Hat Trick
    ----------------------
    
    Summary: Find the hat in the picture!
    
    Solution: The hat is turned on its side, so that the brim 
    is facing left while the top is facing right. It is in the 
    bottom/left corner; the bottom of the hat runs against the 
    right side of the purple rectangle.
    
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    Video #18: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lpTlh66Q0Dk
    
    Go inside the photograph shop for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #072: Scrambled Photos
    -----------------------------
    
    Summary: What order were the pictures taken in?
    
    Solution: C D B A.
    
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    Layton is confused as to why the puzzles look so new, if 
    they are so old. He also receives the final piece to the 
    photograph puzzle. You can solve that now, if you want to. 
    For more information, see the Camera puzzles section.
    
    Leave the camera shop, then go up the stairs. There's a dog 
    that is blocking the exit to the right. Talk to it to learn 
    that we can't get the dog to leave. Instead, go to the 
    left.
    
    This is the museum. Tap on the gate to see that it is 
    locked and we can't go inside.
    
    Go left to a street. Talk to the woman for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #117: Three Couples
    ------------------------------
    
    Summary: Given the clues and the picture, figure out which 
    man did not marry one of the sisters.
    
    Solution: B. Most of the clues provide extra, unnecessary 
    information, in an attempt to confuse you.
    
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    Go south to reach the cabaret. From here, you can go left 
    to reach Granny Riddleton's. You can go down/right to reach 
    the area that is north of the antique shop.
    
    Of course, before visiting any of those places, you want to 
    learn what Mr. Beluga was doing at the cabaret. Talk to the 
    woman for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #070: The Jeweled Necklace 
    ----------------------------------
    
    Summary: Can you divide this necklace into three parts of 
    equal value?
    
    Solution: Draw a divide between 1000 and 600, 900 and 1200, 
    and 800 and 1100.
    
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    Granny Riddleton isn't home right now, so there's really no 
    reason to go to her place. Instead, go down/right to the 
    area north of the antique shop. Pretty much all of the 
    characters in the south part of town now have puzzles, and 
    we're going to solve all of them.
    
    Go south, to the area outside the antique shop. Talk to the 
    girl here for a puzzle. 
    
    Puzzle #093: How Old Am I?
    --------------------------
    
    Summary: The girl's sister is twice as she is, and in five 
    years, she will be her sister's age. The sister is a third 
    of the mother's age, and the difference between her mother 
    and father's age is the same as her age.
    
    Solution: She is five years old. We know this, because she 
    is half as old as her sister, and it takes five years for 
    her to reach her sister's age. Therefore, five years is 
    half of her sister's age.
    
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    Video #19: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2A68xLaQHk
    
    Go inside the antique shop and talk to the man there for a 
    puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #063: Numbered Cards
    ---------------------------
    
    Summary: We have cards 1 through 6 placed in two rows of 
    three. The sum of the numbers in the bottom row is one more 
    than the sum of the numbers on the top row. The sum of the 
    right-hand column is five, the 1 is on the left-hand 
    column, and the 5 is left of the 4.
    
    Solution: The cards go like this:
    
    1 6 3
    5 4 2
    
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    Leave the antique shop and go south twice. Talk to the man 
    for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #060: Plaza Puzzle
    -------------------------
    
    Summary: Divide the donut into two identically-shaped 
    parts.
    
    Solution: You want to draw a circle, one which is half as 
    big as the large circle.
    
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    Go north and into the hotel. The man here has a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #115: Tricky Digits
    --------------------------
    
    Summary: You have two one-digits numbers, X and Y. XY + YX 
    = what?
    
    Solution: YX + XY is a multiple of eleven. A is the answer.
    
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    Video #20: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fTrZBZylg1M
    
    Exit the hotel, and go north five times. You're in a new 
    area, where our heroes immediately notice a strange 
    watchtower. Talk to the man here for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #085: The Missing Shape
    ------------------------------
    
    Summary: Which of these three shapes fits into the fourth 
    space in the pattern?
    
    Solution: The answer is B. Tilt your head 90 degrees to the 
    left, and you'll see that the shapes resemble numbers.
    
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    There are two buildings here. On the right is the grocery 
    store, and on the left is the clocktower. The man in the 
    grocery store has a lot of garlic to protect him from 
    vampires. Go up the stairs of the tower to meet the crazy 
    man who is afraid of vampires. He's got a puzzle for you.
    
    Puzzle #072: Top of the Tower
    -----------------------------
    
    Summary: If you're in the tower, what part of the town can 
    you NOT see?
    
    Solution: You can't see the outside of the tower.
    
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    Solving this puzzle gives you the mystery of the vampire-
    haunted castle. It also causes the Herzen Museum to open, 
    so go all the way back to the museum and head through the 
    gates.
    
    Sammy and Mr. Beluga are here. Mr. Beluga is yelling at 
    Sammy. He seems to be looking for the Elysian Box, too. 
    Layton notes the symbol on the floor here matches the 
    symbol on the cover of the old diary, and suddenly, 
    Professor Layton figures things out. We need to go back to 
    the hotel and find Inspector Chelmey!
    
    Video #21: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lhbANjZgZoI
    
    Before going to the hotel, step forward and talk to the man 
    here for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #106: The Knight's Tour 1
    --------------------------------
    
    Summary: Move a knight around a four by four chessboard, 
    while having it step on each tile once.
    
    Solution: Move it down, up, left, down, up, left, down, up, 
    down, right and up.
    
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    Go back to the south part of town and go inside the hotel. 
    Inspector Chelmey will talk after you have solved 50 
    puzzles.
    
    Layton asks to see the picture which was on Dr. Schrader's 
    corpse. Sadly, there is a hole in Chelmey's pocket, so the 
    photo has been scattered all around town, in 15 pieces.
    
    Puzzle #110: Chelmey's Route
    ----------------------------
    
    Summary: Given the clues and the diagram, what route did 
    Chelmey take?
    
    Solution: The trick is that he turns at a block which has a 
    coffee shop, not at a corner which has a coffee shop. He 
    goes right, down, down, right, right, down and right.
    
    003f-Chapter 5: Shadows on the Street Corner
    -----------------------------------------------------------
    
    Our heroes have to go to the northeast part of town to 
    start the search for the photo parts. Before that, talk to 
    both men here for puzzles.
    
    Puzzle #111: How Many Turns?
    ----------------------------
    
    Summary: Chelmey sent officers onto the map, with the 
    express instruction to never take U-turns. Which officers 
    are lying about the number of turns they took?
    
    Solution: If the officers can't take U-turns, then they 
    must have taken an even number of turns. The two liars are 
    the ones who give odd numbers.
    
    Puzzle #092: Precious Metals 
    ----------------------------
    
    Summary: Select five tiles which touch each other. Which 
    tiles give you the most money?
    
    Solution: Select five tiles in the lower/right corner, 
    which cover a gold piece, two bronze pieces and a silver 
    piece.
    
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    You might as well go upstairs and talk to Flora, if you 
    want. Then, leave the hotel. We're going to go to the 
    northeast part of town, but as you might expect, there are 
    several puzzles to solve along the way.
    
    Video #22: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1aYKEdcI1ec
    
    Go north and into the antique shop. The man there has a new 
    puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #064: Stones in a Vase
    -----------------------------
    
    Summary: A vase has 101 stones in it. 50 are black and 51 
    are white. You can pull out as many stones as you want, and 
    if the number of white stones you pull out equals the 
    number of black stones, you get a gold coin for each match. 
    How many stones should you remove to give yourself the 
    biggest payoff?
    
    Solution: Remove 100 stones, which could result in 50 
    matches, and therefore, 50 coins. No matter how many stones 
    you remove, the odds will always be about 50% as to whether 
    or not you get any matches.
    
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    Leave the antique shop and go north twice. Talk to the 
    woman for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #071: How Old is She?
    ----------------------------
    
    Summary: A man is 20 years old. He is talking to a girl. 
    When he was her age, she was half of his current age. How 
    old is she?
    
    Solution: When he was her age, she was 10. Therefore, 10 is 
    the difference between their ages, times two. She must be 
    five years younger than him, making her 15.
    
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    Go north and talk to the girl for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #120: Tug of War
    -----------------------
    
    Summary: We have a number of horses and scenarios where the 
    horses are equally strong.
    
    A + B + C + D = E + F + G + H
    H + C + B = G + A
    D + A = F + H + E
    
    What are E + F equal to?
    
    Solution: The first and third ones are similar enough that 
    you can subtract D + A (which is E + F + H) from both 
    sides, leaving you with the equation B + C = G. When you 
    subtract that from the second equation, you get H = A. When 
    you subtract that from the third equation, you get D = F + 
    E. So your answer is D.
    
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    From here, go right twice. Check out the mean bulldog to 
    see that it is still blocking our way. We will have to get 
    food to distract it. Food is available at the grocery 
    store.
    
    Go left twice, then north. Talk to the girl for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #075: Candy for Five
    ---------------------------
    
    Summary: Divide the box into five equal portions, each with 
    an identical group of candy.
    
    Solution: It looks like this, if each letter represents a 
    different group of candy:
    
    AABBB
    ABBCC
    AACCE
    DDCEE
    DDDEE
    
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    Go into the grocery store on the right. Talk to the man for 
    a puzzle and some food for the dog.
    
    Puzzle #074: PU!
    ----------------
    
    Summary: We have a diagram here. Which two holes can be 
    plugged up to prevent the man from smelling garlic?
    
    Solution: The man's two nostrils.
    
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    Solving the puzzle gives you food for the bulldog. Hooray!
    
    Video #23: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=36lemAIHN9A
    
    A puzzle is here in the grocery store, in the cans in front 
    of the grocery store.
    
    Puzzle #098: Jars and Cans 1
    ----------------------------
    
    Summary: Rearrange the items so the jars and cans are all 
    together. The trick is that you can only move a pair of 
    items at a time.
    
    Solution: Move the rightmost pair all the way right. Grab 
    the red dot which is second from the left and move that 
    pair as far right as possible. Move the pair of green cans 
    as far left as possible, then move the pair of reddish cans 
    as far right as possible.
    
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    Exit the grocery store and go south. Go right twice, to the 
    area with the bulldog. A new character is here, with a 
    puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #113: A Stack of Dice
    ----------------------------
    
    Summary: We have three dice stacked on each other. There 
    are two places where two faces of a die touch each other. 
    In both of these places, the sum of the touching faces is 
    five. Also, the bottom die has a one on the side. Which 
    number is on top?
     
    Solution: Six. Opposing sides of a die equal seven, and the 
    top and bottom of the middle die (which are opposing sides) 
    both have to be less than five. Therefore, they are 3 and 
    4. The three is on the bottom, to match with a two, because 
    it can't be the four, seeing as four matches with one, and 
    the one on the bottom die is already in place. If the three 
    is on the bottom, the four is on the top, and it matches 
    with one to make five. The face opposite of the one has to 
    be a six. 
    
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    You can feed the bulldog now. He will become happy and let 
    you pass. Layton and Luke can now explore this new area.
    
    First, though, go south for two puzzles. The man on the 
    left has a puzzle, as does the man inside the camera shop. 
    
    Puzzle #069: Copying the Menu
    -----------------------------
    
    Summary: A menu has 6 sides. Our man wants to make a copy 
    of it, but the machine only copies two sides at once. What 
    is the fewest number of times he can use the machine to get 
    a complete menu?
    
    Solution: Three. Three turns of two sides each equal six 
    sides.
    
    Puzzle #096: A Ghostly Puzzle
    ------------------------------
    
    Summary: Which picture matches the ghost?
    
    Solution: Picture B.
    
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    Return to the area with the bulldog. Go through the 
    northeast area.
    
    Your goal in this area is to find the six photograph scraps 
    which are scattered around.
    
    Piece 1 is on the first screen. Go north. Piece 2 is on the 
    next screen. Go through the north/left exit to find Piece 
    3. Go south, then go through the north/right exit.
    
    Our heroes meet Katia. She is looking for something, but 
    she won't say what. She leaves, and Piece 4 is in plain 
    view.
    
    Go north and talk to the man for Piece 5. Go inside the 
    building to find Piece 6. That's all six pieces of the 
    photograph that are here in the northeast alley!
    
    Video #24: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K5gErW99xR4
    
    There are also two puzzles in this alley. One is in the 
    building here, on the left wall.
    
    Puzzle #086: Perplexing Figures
    -------------------------------
    
    Summary: We have a series of figures. Can you figure out 
    the pattern and use it to determine what the first figure 
    should be?
    
    Solution: The figures are letters, mirrored. Fill every 
    spot, except the two along the bottom of the screen, to 
    make the letter A and its mirror image.
    
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    Go south to the bottom of the alley and talk to the woman 
    for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #083: Pancake Stacks 2
    -----------------------------
    
    Summary: Repeat Pancake Stacks 1, this time with four 
    pancakes.
    
    Solution: If the plates are A, B and C, going from left to 
    right...
    
    Move A to B.
    Move A to C.
    Move B to C.
    Move A to B.
    Move C to A.
    
    Move C to B.
    Move A to B. Now you have three pancakes on B.
    Move A to C.
    Move B to C.
    Move B to A.
    
    Move C to A.
    Move B to A. Now you have two pancakes on C.
    Move A to B.
    Move A to C.
    Move B to C.
    
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    Leave the alley. You have to find all the remaining photo 
    scraps, but fortunately, they're all really close to each 
    other; they form a trail leading to the hotel. One is here, 
    in the hands of Hopper.
    
    Go left. Talk to the person here for a piece of the photo, 
    along with a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #112: Turn on the Light
    ------------------------------
    
    Summary: The light is on, no matter if A, B and C are 
    touching. Draw the fewest number of connections possible to 
    make this statement true. 
    
    Solution: Connect the battery to the light, completely 
    ignoring A, B and C.
    
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    Go left for another photo piece. Go up/left for another. Go 
    down twice, and pick up one in front of the cabaret.
    
    Go down again. Talk to the boy for a puzzle and photo 
    piece.
    
    Puzzle #101: Disappearing Act 1
    -------------------------------
    
    Summary: Get rid of all the pegs in the peg solitaire game, 
    except one.
    
    Solution: Move the middle piece right, then the bottom 
    piece up. The left piece goes right, the right piece goes 
    left, and the top piece goes down.
    
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    Go down and talk to the girl for a piece of photo. Go down 
    a screen for another one. Go down one more screen and talk 
    to the man. He says the final photo piece is at the gate 
    which leads to the Herzen mansion.
    
    Video #25: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KTZH8-oKm-o
    
    So now you have to go all the way north, to the area with 
    the grocery store and the watchtower. To the left, you will 
    find the gate. Pick up the final photo piece for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #116: The Torn Photo
    ---------------------------
    
    Summary: This is a jigsaw puzzle.
    
    Solution: This puzzle is difficult, just because it's a 
    strange picture. The white outlines mark the edges of the 
    photo, so put those parts in first. The top and bottom have 
    black parts next to the edge, whereas the left and right 
    sides have yellowish parts along the edge.
    
    The picture in the middle is of an evil-looking goat. I 
    really recommend watching my video to see what the final 
    solution looks like. It's rather difficult to assemble 
    without help.
    
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    Professor Layton explains that this is a picture of the 
    Elysian Box. A piece of the picture blows off, and our 
    heroes decide to go back to the hotel. Coincidentally, 
    Inspector Chelmey has figured out who the murderer is, and 
    he gathered all the suspects there.
    
    003g-Chapter 6: The Road to Herzen Castle
    -----------------------------------------------------------
    
    Video #26: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eFfTSL48-Zo
    
    Return to the hotel and a number of cutscenes ensue. First, 
    Chelmey explains why Sammy Thunder is the most likely 
    suspect. Second, Flora says something odd which gives 
    Layton a clue. Third, Layton accuses Flora of being the 
    culprit.
    
    Fourth, Flora is revealed to be Don Paolo, Layton's self-
    proclaimed arch-nemesis. He didn't kill Dr. Schrader, but 
    he DID steal the Elysian Box. Don runs off, with Barton and 
    Chelmey in close pursuit.
    
    Fifth, Layton finds the real Elysian Box. Sixth, Mr. Beluga 
    reveals that he is the heir to the Herzen Fortune, meaning 
    he owns the entire town. The box is, therefore, legally 
    his. Seventh, Beluga's right to have the box is refuted.
    
    Eighth, Katia asks for the box. Ninth, someone runs in, 
    with claims that the vampire at the Herzen Mansion has 
    taken someone! Tenth, Layton and Luke decide to open the 
    Elysian Box, alone.
    
    Video #27: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4mjTAhI4N-k
    
    Go up the stairs and watch the scene. The Elysian Box, 
    which kills everyone who opens it, is...is...empty?
    
    Woah.
    
    Leave the hotel and talk to Sammy. He says that he just got 
    the museum to be opened for our heroes, so that is 
    obviously our next destination.
    
    Go to the museum, by going up four spaces, then right, then 
    up twice. The man outside of the museum has two puzzles for 
    you.
    
    Puzzle #107: The Knight's Tour 2 
    --------------------------------
    
    Summary: Move a knight around the chess board, landing on 
    every square. It is a six by five chessboard this time.
    
    Solution: Go right, up, down, right, down, left, up, up, 
    right, down, right, left, down, up, left, right, up/right, 
    right, down, down, left, up, down, right, right, down, 
    left, left and up. This is basically going around the board 
    in a clockwise fashion.
    
    Puzzle #108: The Knight's Tour 3
    --------------------------------
    
    Summary: Move a knight around the chess board, landing on 
    every square. It is a six by six chessboard this time.
    
    Solution: Move down, left, down, right, right, up, left, 
    left, up, right, and right. You are now in the upper/right 
    corner. Move down, right, down, left, up, up/left, down, 
    down, right, left, down, right, up, up, right, left and up. 
    The top row is now full, and you're in the top row. Move 
    down, left, down, right, left, right and up.
    
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    Video #28: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yO2dWiXYhSM
    
    Go down a screen and tap the fountain for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #090: The Unusual Fountain
    ---------------------------------
    
    Summary: The fountain here has eleven spouts, and it can 
    recreate any two digit number, with the spout in the middle 
    serving as a tens place, and the ten on the outside serving 
    for the ones place. Which spout is unneeded?
    
    Solution: Spout J, the tenth ones place spout.
    
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    Go inside the museum and talk to the man. There are two 
    things to look at on this screen: the display case in the 
    middle and the statue directly above it.
    
    Go right. There are two things to look at on this screen: 
    the roped-off portrait in the middle, and the portrait 
    above the display in the left. Looking at all four things 
    in the museum gives you a lot of information about the 
    Herzens.
    
    Duke Herzen became rich after the gold mining started here 
    in Folsense. The Duke had two sons: Anton and Mr. Beluga. 
    Beluga left the town, fifty years ago. The other son, 
    Anton, still lives in Herzen Castle. He is the man who is 
    rumored to be a vampire.
    
    Go left and talk to the museum owner again. He says that 
    Layton should go to the mines for a clue behind the mystery 
    of the Elysian Box.
    
    Leave the museum. You can go directly to the mines at this 
    point, which are beyond the gate left of the grocery store, 
    but a lot of people have puzzles, so I'm going to solve 
    them all before leaving for the mine.
    
    Go right from the museum. Talk to the man here for a 
    puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #102: Disappearing Act 2
    -------------------------------
    
    Summary: It's peg solitaire again. Make all of the pegs, 
    except one, disappear.
    
    Solution: Move the second from the right peg right. Move 
    the second from the left peg right. Move the bottommost peg 
    up and right. Move the topmost peg down. Move the rightmost 
    peg left three times. 
    
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    Go north and talk to the woman for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #084: Pancake Stacks 2
    -----------------------------
    
    Summary: Solve the Tower of Hanoi puzzle with three 
    pancakes.
    
    Solution: Simple! If the plates from left to right are 
    Plate A, Plate B and Plate C...
    
    1. Move a pancake from A to C.
    2. Move a pancake from A to B.
    3. Move a pancake from C to B.
    4. Move a pancake from A to C.
    5. Move a pancake from B to A.
    6. Move a pancake from B to C.
    7. Move a pancake from A to C. You have three pancakes on 
    C.
    8. Move a pancake from A to B.
    9. Move a pancake from C to B.
    10. Move a pancake from C to A.
    11. Move a pancake from B to A.
    12. Move a pancake from C to B.
    13. Move a pancake from A to C.
    14. Move a pancake from A to B.
    15. Move a pancake from C to A.
    16. Move a pancake from A to C. The largest pancake is now 
    on C.
    17. Move a pancake from B to A.
    18. Move a pancake from B to C.
    19. Move a pancake from A to C.
    20. Move a pancake from B to A.
    21. Move a pancake from C to B.
    22. Move a pancake from C to A.
    23. Move a pancake from B to A.
    24. Move a pancake from B to C.
    25. Move a pancake from A to C.
    26. Move a pancake from A to B.
    27. Move a pancake from C to B.
    28. Move a pancake from A to C.
    29. Move a pancake from B to A.
    30. Move a pancake from B to C.
    31. Move a pancake from A to C.
    
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    Go south three times to reach the main plaza.
    
    Video #29: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gPEq-TefoGY
    
    The little boy here has a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #073: Can Conundrum
    --------------------------
    
    Summary: All the cans in the diagram are empty, except for 
    one which is full of water (and therefore, much heavier 
    than the others). Which can is the heavy one?
    
    Solution: A.
    
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    Go south three times and talk to the man for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #103: Disappearing Act 3
    -------------------------------
    
    Summary: Do more peg solitaire, where you want to get rid 
    of all the pegs except one.
    
    Solution: Move the second-from-the-right peg in the third-
    from-the-top row down. Move the second-from-the-right peg 
    in the third-from-the-top row down. Move the rightmost peg 
    in the bottom row left.
    
    Move the second-from-the-left peg in the second-from-the-
    bottom row to the right. Move the middle peg in the second-
    from-the-top row to the left and down. Move the leftmost 
    peg right.
    
    Move the middle peg in the leftmost column up. Move the 
    rightmost peg left twice. Move the bottommost peg up twice, 
    right, down and right. 
    
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    Go up one screen and talk to Sammy for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #067: Sammy's Work Week
    ------------------------------
    
    Summary: If today is his day off, and he wasn't off 
    yesterday, he has another day off. If he worked today, and 
    he didn't have a day off two days ago, he works tomorrow. 
    In a year of 365 days, how many days does he work? 
    
    Solution: 219. Sammy works three days in a row, then has a 
    two day break. This cycle repeats.
    
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    Go up four screens and talk to the girl for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #109: Walking the Dog
    ----------------------------
    
    Summary: A girl walks two one foot per second, and her 
    father walks two feet per second. The dog runs five feet 
    per second. The girl and father are ten feet away, and they 
    start walking in the same direction. By the time the dad 
    catches up to the girl, how far does the dog run?
    
    Solution: The dog runs 50 feet, as it takes ten seconds for 
    the dad to catch up to his daughter, seeing as he gets one 
    foot closer to her every second.
    
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    Go up a screen.
    
    Video #30: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v98wdcRy-CE
    
    Talk to the man here for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #104: Disappearing Act 4
    -------------------------------
    
    Summary: Do more peg solitaire, where you want to get rid 
    of all the pegs except one.
    
    Solution: Move the top peg in the middle column left. Move 
    the leftmost peg in the bottommost row up. Move the 
    rightmost peg in the bottommost row left.
    
    Move the topmost peg in the second-from-the-left column 
    down. Move the peg in the bottommost row up. Move the 
    leftmost peg right. Move the bottom peg in the left column 
    up and right. Move the bottommost peg up and right.
    
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    Go in the store. Another puzzle is in the cans below the 
    cash register.
    
    Puzzle #099: Jars and Cans 2
    ----------------------------
    
    Summary: Rearrange the items so the jars and cans are all 
    together. The trick is that you can only move a pair of 
    items at a time.
    
    Solution: Move the rightmost pair all the way right. Grab 
    the red dot which is fourth from the left and move that 
    pair as far right as possible.
    
    Grab the red dot which is second from the right, and move 
    that pair as far left as possible. Grab the rightmost dot 
    and move that pair as far right as possible. Then, grab the 
    leftmost dot and move that pair as far right as possible.
    
    ------
    
    Leave the grocery store. Those are all the puzzles in town! 
    Go left, and forward through the gate. Talk to the man 
    twice for two puzzles.
    
    Puzzle #087: Different Suits
    ----------------------------
    
    Summary: Arrange the board so each row, column and diagonal 
    has four cards, each one from a different suit.
    
    Solution: S for spade, C for Club, H for Heart and D for 
    Diamond give you:
    
    DHCS
    SCHD
    HDSC
    CSDH
    
    Puzzle #105: Disappearing Act 5
    -------------------------------
    
    Summary: Do more peg solitaire, where you want to get rid 
    of all the pegs except one.
    
    Solution: Grab the second-from-the-top peg in the third-
    from-the-right column and move it right and down. Grab the 
    second-from-the-top peg in the third-from-the-left column 
    and move it up, right and down. Grab the second-from-the-
    bottom peg in the third-from-the-left column and move it 
    left, up and right. Grab the second-from-the-bottom peg in 
    the third-from-the-right column and move it down, left and 
    up. Finally, move the peg in the rightmost column left.
    
    You just did the same basic pattern in all four sides, 
    clearing the outside area. Now you have a diamond shape.
    
    Move the topmost peg down. Take the second-from-the-top peg 
    in the middle column, and move it right, up, left, left, 
    down and right. 
    
    Move the middle peg in the top row to the right. Move the 
    bottommost peg up. Move the leftmost peg right twice.
    
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    Go left to the mines. Go forward to go inside and tap on 
    the door to find a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #079: The Gear Switch
    ----------------------------
    
    Summary: Push the switch in direction A or B to move it. 
    Your goal is to hit the OPEN button.
    
    Solution: Direction B is the one you want.
    
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    Video #31: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jRZ6nCHwVH8
    
    Go forward one room and look on the wall for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #078: A Maze of Doors
    ----------------------------
    
    Summary: You want to travel through all the rooms, going 
    through the doors as you do so. However, one door is facing 
    the wrong way, preventing you from accomplishing this feat. 
    Which door faces the wrong way?
    
    Solution: Select the door connecting the middle square to 
    the square below it. 
    
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    Go left. Try to go down the elevator for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #080: The Elevator Switch
    --------------------------------
    
    Summary: Switch the red and blue balls in the slider 
    puzzle.
    
    Solution: You can do this in twelve moves.
    
    1. Move the right purple block up one space.
    2. Move the top blue block up and right.
    3. Move the bottom blue block right all the way.
    4. Move the bottom green block right and up.
    5. Move the bottom blue block left all the way.
    6. Move the bottom green block down and right all the way.
    7. Move the bottom blue block right all the way.
    8. Move the top green block right, down and left.
    9. Move the left purple block down.
    10. Move the blue ball up and left.
    11. Move the red ball down.
    12. Move the blue ball right and up.
    
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    Tap on the elevator to go down. Then tap on the door of the 
    safe.
    
    Puzzle #081: The Old Safe
    -------------------------
    
    Summary: Using the clues, determine what the proper code to 
    the safe is.
    
    Solution: The code is 0 1 5 4. The first combination tells 
    you those are the four numbers in the code, and the third 
    combination tells you where the 0 and 1 go. The second 
    combination tells you where the 5 and 4 go.
    
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    Layton and Luke finally find the journal they've been 
    looking for. It seems to indicate that everyone in town got 
    sick, after the miners found a new kind of ore. Layton 
    decides that the next place he should go to is the castle 
    with the vampire inside.
    
    When you try to leave the mines by going up the lift, a 
    puzzle appears.
    
    Puzzle #082: Restarting the Lift
    --------------------------------
    
    Summary: Connect the wires in the puzzle, which is hard to 
    do because there are extra wires, making the diagram look 
    like a maze.
    
    Solution: The leftmost circuit in the top row connects with 
    the rightmost circuit in the bottom row. The third from the 
    left circuit in the top row connects to the leftmost 
    circuit in the bottom row.
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    Video #32: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NIAosH9QITQ
    
    Go up lift and leave the mines. Along the way, you meet 
    Pavel, a character from the first Layton game. He has a 
    puzzle for you.
    
    Puzzle #077: Balancing Ornaments
    --------------------------------
    
    Summary: There are three types of ornaments. One type is 
    one ounce, another type is two ounces, and the third type 
    is three ounces. Determine the weights of the three 
    different ornaments, then figure out which ornament goes in 
    the missing spot in order to have the hanger balance.
    
    Solution: Put the crescent moon in the place. The moon is 
    the lightest of the three ornaments.
    
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    Go south twice, and you meet with the photographer. He 
    talks with Layton for about a minute, but all he says are 
    rather vague things about the mystery of Folsense.
    
    Go right, then up through the gate. Tap on the lantern for 
    a puzzle, and tap on the other lantern for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #121: Light the Forest 1
    -------------------------------
    
    Summary: Put lanterns on the various roads to fill them 
    with light. Use as few lanterns as possible.
    
    Solution: You need four lanterns, because this is a four by 
    four grid. There are three diagonal roads, so you'll have 
    to place a lantern near each of them.
    
    If L is for lantern...
    
    Lxxx
    xLxx
    xxxL
     xLx
    
    Puzzle #122: Light the Forest 2
    -------------------------------
    
    Summary: Put lanterns on the various roads to fill them 
    with light. Use as few lanterns as possible.
    
    Solution: You need five lanterns, because this is a five by 
    five grid. There are three diagonal roads, so you'll have 
    to place a lantern near each of them.
    
    If L is for lantern...
    
      Lxx
    L xxx
    xxxLx
    xLxxx
    xxxxL
    
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    Go up the road once. Examine the mushroom on the path for a 
    puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #125: Forest Mushrooms
    -----------------------------
    
    Summary: Visit every spot on the map exactly one time, 
    while going to the exit. 
    
    Solution: Go right, up, up, down/left, up/left, down/left, 
    up/right, up/right, down/right, up, up, left, left, up, up, 
    down/right, down/right, down/right and up to the goal. 
    
    -------
    
    Video #33: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U8UZEUAzR2A
    
    Examine the lantern for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #123: Light the Forest 3
    -------------------------------
    
    Summary: Put lanterns on the various roads to fill them 
    with light. Use as few lanterns as possible.
    
    Solution: You need six lanterns, because this is a six by 
    six grid. There are four diagonal roads, so you'll have to 
    place a lantern near each of them.
    
    If L is for lantern and X represents an intersection...
    
    xxxx L
    Lxxx x
    xxLxxx
     Lxxx
    xxxxLx
     xxL
    
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    Go forward and check the ice for a puzzle. You'll have 
    three of these ice puzzles in a row.
    
    Puzzle #126: Slippery Crossings 1
    ---------------------------------
    
    Summary: Move Layton across the ice to the goal.
    
    Solution: Go up, down, right, up, right and up. The in-game 
    hints want you to go up, right, down, left, up, right and 
    up. Both paths work.
    
    -------
    
    Layton automatically moves to the next screen. Tap on the 
    block of ice for the next puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #127: Slippery Crossings 2
    ---------------------------------
    
    Summary: Move Layton across the ice to the goal.
    
    Solution: Move up, down, right, up, left, down, right, 
    down, right and up.
    
    -------
    
    Layton automatically moves to the next screen. Tap on the 
    block of ice for the next puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #128: Slippery Crossings 3
    ---------------------------------
    
    Summary: Move Layton across the ice to the goal.
    
    Solution: Go up, right, up, left, down, left, down, right, 
    down, right, up, left and up.
    
    -------
    
    This time, you have to move across the ice to cross it. 
    Layton and Luke arrive at Herzen Castle. Move forward, and 
    Luke's legs freeze up when crossing the bridge.
    
    Puzzle #100: A Rickety Bridge
    -----------------------------
    
    Summary: Luke's legs have frozen up, so Layton will have to 
    be very specific in telling Luke where to step. The first 
    trick to this puzzle is that he can step either one or 
    three planks ahead with each step. The second trick is that 
    his last step is already listed onscreen, so you might have 
    to work backwards from there.
    
    Solution: For convenience, a step that goes up three planks 
    will be called "three steps", and a step that goes up only 
    one plank will be called "one step".
    
    Take one step with the left foot, one step with the right 
    foot, three steps with the left foot, three steps with the 
    right foot, three steps with the left foot, one step with 
    the right foot, one step with the left foot, three steps 
    with the right foot, and one step with the left foot.
    
    -------
    
    Our heroes meet Parcelle outside of the castle. He is 
    convinced that Duke Anton is a vampire, and he runs away 
    scared. Professor Layton and Luke are braver than the 
    postman, however, so they step inside the castle.
    
    003h-Chapter 7: An Encounter at the End of the Line
    -----------------------------------------------------------
    
    Video #34: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJtPgRSwa8g
    
    You can't enter the castle unless you have solved 80 
    puzzles. Once you've done so, tap on the door. Nigel the 
    manservant takes a look at the Elysian Box and decides that 
    Duke Anton is the best person to answer any questions about 
    it.
    
    Anton isn't much help, but he prepares a room for Layton 
    and Luke, so they can stay the night. Once our heroes get 
    there, they talk for a bit about Anton, and they decide to 
    search the room.
    
    There are two paintings in the room. Examine both of them. 
    The one on the right gives you a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #130: The Strange Painting
    ---------------------------------
    
    Summary: Circle the thing which is strange about this 
    painting.
    
    Solution: Circle the floor below Anton. They are the only 
    things in the room which are reflected on the polished 
    floor.
    
    -------
    
    A strange scene occurs, in which Layton and Luke are 
    somehow transported inside the painting from fifty years 
    ago. Once the people in the painting notice them, 
    everyone's eyes start to glow red.
    
    Layton and Luke wake up to find that Anton has them tied 
    up, in the basement. Escape seems like the best course of 
    action here.
    
    Puzzle #131: How to Escape?
    ---------------------------
    
    Summary: A man is tied up with rope that loops around 
    various poles. He can run away, but the rope will get 
    caught on one or more poles. Select all the poles that 
    prevent his escape.
    
    Solution: Select the middle pole, on the right-hand side.
    
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    Video #35: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RA2kFev3GOY
    
    Time to escape the castle! Examine the door for a slider 
    puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #133: Grab the Key
    -------------------------
    
    Summary: Move the key from the top of the puzzle to the 
    bottom.
    
    Solution: This is a slider puzzle. Move the yellow block 
    down to get it out of the way for now. Then, you start 
    working clockwise. Move the upper red block right and the 
    left green block up. Move the right red block down and to 
    the left, in the bottom/left corner.
    
    Bring the yellow block up and right, into the bottom/right 
    corner. Now it's time to move counter-clockwise. Move the 
    bottom red block right, the left green block down, the top 
    red block left into the top/left corner, and the right 
    green block left. Now, move the yellow piece in the 
    top/right corner.
    
    Move the bottom red block right and up, and the bottom 
    green block right, so it is under the red block you just 
    moved. Move the left red block all the way down, and the 
    top green block all the way left and down.
    
    Move the key down and left, then move the yellow block left 
    and up. Now the yellow block is where the key was. From 
    here, you solve this puzzle by going in clockwise fashion 
    again.
    
    Move the key right. Move the top green block up and right. 
    Move the left red block up. Move the bottom green block 
    left, move the right red block down and left. Move the key 
    down into the bottom/right corner.
    
    Move the top green block right. Move the top red block 
    right. Move the bottom green block up. Move the bottom red 
    block left. Move the key to the exit.
    
    -------
    
    Try to exit through the door in the upper/left. It's 
    locked, and the way to open it is by entering the door in 
    the bottom/left.
    
    Layton talks a bit about the boiler here before starting a 
    puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #134: Steam Power
    ------------------------
    
    Summary: Send steam into boiler #2, but not boilers #1 or 
    3.
    
    Solution: Do this by opening three valves: the one directly 
    below boiler #3, the valve up/left of that valve, and the 
    bottom valve on the third-from-the-left column.
    
    -------
    
    Leave the boiler room, then go through the upper/left door. 
    Tap on the vent against the right wall for a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #135: The Magic Lock
    ---------------------------
    
    Summary: Solve the magic square.
    
    Solution: It looks like this:
    
    8 2 3 5
    5 3 2 8
    1 7 6 4
    4 6 7 1
    
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    Go through the vent to reach the dining room, with Nigel. 
    He has a puzzle.
    
    Video #36: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZmshIN55Hrk
    
    Puzzle #136: The Hidden Door
    ----------------------------
    
    Summary: Follow the obscure instructions to locate the 
    hidden door.
    
    Solution: Using the memo function, blacken out all the 
    tiles with a star on them. Those would be the small tiles 
    with ONE star on them; ignore the large stars which cover 
    more than one tile. When all the tiles are blackened out, 
    you clearly see an arrow pointing to the tile which is the 
    solution.
    
    -------
    
    Go down twice to the castle entrance. You can now leave for 
    the town if you want, but Layton is determined not to leave 
    until the mystery is solved.
    
    You get a chance to save your game. This is a great place 
    to save, as you will have about a half hour of gameplay 
    after this point, during which you cannot save.
    
    Check out the painting of Anton on the right hand wall for 
    a puzzle.
    
    Puzzle #132: Sharing Paintings
    ------------------------------
    
    Summary: We have five pieces of art, worth various prices. 
    The older brother gets twice as much money as the younger 
    one, and the appraiser gets one painting. Which painting 
    does the appraiser get?
    
    Solution: There's only one way to divide things so the 
    older brother gets twice as much as the younger, with one 
    painting left over. The appraiser gets Painting E. The 
    younger brother gets Painting B, and the older brother gets 
    the remaining three paintings. 
    
    -------
    
    Go up the stairs and talk to Katia. She knows Anton 
    somehow, but she won't explain what's going on until Layton 
    and Luke are safely out of the castle.
    
    Anton appears while our heroes try to escape. He is shocked 
    to see Katia, and he mistakenly believes that she is 
    Sophia, the woman he met at the ball. He also mistakenly 
    believes that she is in love with Professor Layton. Anton 
    then takes out a sword and prepares to fight Layton.
    
    Puzzle #137: One True Sword
    ---------------------------
    
    Summary: A true warrior always keeps his blade in hand. 
    Which of the swords is real?
    
    Solution: The one in the hand of the suit of armor, in the 
    lower/right.
    
    -------
    
    Layton and Anton swordfight for a minute or so, until Anton 
    runs out of energy. Katia then interrupts, and explains 
    that Anton is her grandfather. She looks like her 
    grandmother, Sophia, who left Anton fifty years ago, when 
    she became pregnant.
    
    Video #37: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6xbjqBcG0WI
    
    Anton thought Sophia ran away with another man, but no. She 
    left because she was pregnant with Anton's baby. Further, 
    according to Layton's explanation, the entire town of 
    Folsense is a hallucination.
    
    Anton is upset when he hears this, and he continues trying 
    to attack Layton. In his rage, he ends up destroying the 
    entire castle.
    
    Layton has now figured out the mystery of the Elysian box. 
    The hallucinogenic gas inside the box was released whenever 
    it was opened, and that's what caused the deaths of the 
    people who opened the box.
    
    Anton then reveals the true purpose of the box. It was 
    designed to be opened by Sophia.
    
    Puzzle #138: The Elysian Box
    ----------------------------
    
    Summary: The sun rises when you and I meet, and when the 
    wind blows, you will know my heart. What does this mean?
    
    Solution: Rotate the boy and girl so they are facing each 
    other. Then, slide the sun upwards. Then, blow into the DS 
    microphone to simulate wind.
    
    -------
    
    Surprisingly, the letter inside the box isn't the one Anton 
    wrote. It's one which was written by Sophia, shortly before 
    she died. She still loved him, even after fifty years.
    
    Video #38: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VaJmLGv3heE
    
    The game ends shortly after this. Anton and Katia become 
    good friends, and Professor Luke and Layton leave to go 
    back home, satisfied that all their new friends will live 
    happily ever after. Better yet, it turns out that Dr. 
    Schrader isn't dead after all. Hooray!
    
    Some bonus material is now unlocked, and all of the various 
    extra puzzles and bonuses are discussed in the following 
    sections.
    
    004-Hamster Fitness and the Animal Lover's House 
    -----------------------------------------------------------
    
    Video #39: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9BjtQjz724E
    
    Once you meet the chef in the kitchen of the Molentary 
    Express, you get a hamster. This hamster will find hint 
    coins for Professor Layton during the game, but first, you 
    need to get it in shape by doing the hamster fitness 
    challenge.
    
    If you can get the hamster to perform a thirty step 
    workout, you unlock the Animal Lover's house, in the 
    bonuses section.
    
    The hamster fitness challenge is inside Layton's briefcase, 
    and it involves placing various items on the grid. The 
    different items have different effects, so you need to be 
    strategic about where you put the various items, in order 
    to ensure that the hamster has the longest workout 
    possible.
    
    You get items for the hamster fitness challenge when...
    
    1. You first get the hamster, in Chapter One.
    2. You return Tom to Babette, in Chapter One.
    3. You solve puzzle 32.
    4. You solve puzzle 34.
    5. You solve puzzle 56.
    6. You solve puzzle 58.
    7. You solve puzzle 63.
    8. You solve puzzle 68.
    9. You solve puzzle 75.
    10. You solve puzzle 83.
    11. You solve puzzle 96.
    12. You solve puzzle 99.
    13. You solve puzzle 102.
    14. You solve puzzle 103.
    15. You solve puzzle 113.
    
    There are various ways to get the hamster to have a thirty 
    step workout. Here is the solution I got for a forty-two 
    step workout:
    
    _WJ___LF
    _____B__
    __P_H__H
    SL_____J
    ________
    ____A__A
    
    W = Wall
    J = Jack in the box
    L = Light bulb
    F = Flower
    S = Stump
    A = Apple
    P = Pool
    B = Sandbox
    H = House
    
    There is probably a solution which results in the hamster 
    taking even more steps, seeing as I left one row completely 
    blank, and I never used the trampoline. In any case, get 
    the hamster down to fitness level 1 and have him do a 
    workout which is thirty steps or more. This unlocks three 
    puzzles in the Animal Lover's House, in the bonuses 
    section.
    
    Puzzle #145: 500 Pearls
    -----------------------
    
    Summary: The magician wants a number under 500 which is 
    divisible by 2, 3, 5, 6, and 7, but not 4. Divide this 
    number by 2, then add 1.
    
    Solution: Your answer will be 211. The magician's number is 
    420. I'm not entirely sure I understand this puzzle, but 
    that's the solution.
    
    Puzzle #146: Angles in a Box
    ----------------------------
    
    Summary: We have a picture of a cube, with dots in the 
    center of three faces of the cube. If lines are drawn 
    between the three dots, how large is the angle?
    
    Solution: The angle is 120 degrees.
    
    Puzzle #147: Sliding Labyrinth
    ------------------------------
    
    Summary: It's a slider puzzle! Put all eight pieces where 
    they belong, according to the clues given.
    
    Solution: Ah, this is the kind of slider puzzle I can solve 
    easily! The three by three puzzle looks like this:
    
    1 2 3
    4 5 6
    7 8 9
    
    1 is the piece with a black dot on it. 2 is the piece with 
    roads that connect down and right. 3 is the piece with a 
    horizontal pathway. 4 is the piece with three roads. 4 is 
    the piece with four roads. 6 is the piece with the water. 7 
    is the piece with roads that connect left and up. 8 is the 
    piece with the X on it. 9 is the empty spot.
    
    The way to solve the slider puzzle is by getting the 
    leftmost column in place. First, put piece 7 in its spot. 
    Then, get piece 4 in the place of piece 1. Get piece 1 in 
    the place of piece 2. That way, you can slide pieces 4 and 
    1 into their proper locations, thus finishing the leftmost 
    column. You don't have to move any of those pieces again.
    
    Next, let's get pieces 2 and 3 in place. Put piece 3 is 
    spot 2, and put piece 2 in spot 5. That way, you can easily 
    slide 2 and 3 where they're supposed to go. From there, 
    just spin pieces 5, 6 and 8 around until they're in the 
    proper positions, and the puzzle is solved! 
    
    005-Camera Puzzles
    -----------------------------------------------------------
    
    Video #40: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lnR2Ijyfewc
    
    When you solve certain puzzles in this game, you get a 
    camera piece. Specifically, this happens when you solve 
    puzzles 12, 21, 26, 27, 29, 38, 42, 43, and 72. Add that to 
    the camera piece that's inside the camera when you first 
    get it, and that makes ten pieces in all!
    
    Now, you just need to fit all ten pieces inside the camera. 
    Fortunately, the pieces will always be listed in the same 
    order, inside the toolbox. From left to right, let's call 
    them Pieces 1  10.
    
    Piece 1 goes in the upper/left corner. The end with two 
    spikes sticking out is facing down.
    
    Piece 2 goes in the upper/right corner. The white part 
    sticks out of the top of the camera. That's because it's 
    the button you press down in order to take photos.
    
    Piece 3 fits in the top of the camera, in the area that 
    sticks up. It is directly right of Piece 4, and it is wider 
    than it is tall.
    
    Piece 4 goes directly under Piece 3. This is the camera 
    lens. The part that sticks out faces to the right.
    
    Piece 5 is rotated so it looks like an upside-down L. The 
    smaller end fits right in the gap between Pieces 3 and 4.
    
    Piece 6 goes on the bottom of the camera, under Piece 4. It 
    is wider than it is tall.
    
    Piece 7, the smallest one, goes up/right of Piece 6. You 
    might want to hold off on placing this one, until the other 
    ones are in place.
    
    Piece 8 goes against the right-hand side, to fit under the 
    piece in the upper/right. This piece is taller than it is 
    wide.
    
    Piece 9 goes in the bottom/left. It is taller than it is 
    wide, and the part that sticks out slightly faces right.
    
    Piece 10 goes in the bottom/right. It is wider than it is 
    tall. 
    
    The most common mistake is having piece 7, the smallest 
    piece, upside-down. Make sure the diagonal edge of Piece 7 
    is facing up. The second most common mistake is mixing up 
    pieces 10 and 6, which are the exact same shape.
    
    Once the camera pieces are in order, you can take pictures! 
    In nine locations, you have to take pictures. This is a 
    minigame. You can look at the pictures in Layton's 
    briefcase whenever you want, and two pictures will appear: 
    one on the top screen and one on the bottom. Find all three 
    differences between the two pictures, and a hidden puzzle 
    will appear in that location!
    
    Find all three differences between nine photographs, and 
    you unlock the musician's house, in the bonuses section.
    
    In this section, I will describe all nine pictures, each 
    with three differences, and the nine puzzles the pictures 
    unlock.
    
    Photo 1: Hotel Room. The three differences are:
    
    1. The lamp on the right-hand side.
    2. The doorknob.
    3. The bottle under the mirror on the left.
    
    Find all three differences to unlock a hidden puzzle on the 
    left wall of the hotel.
    
    Puzzle #114: Fair Compensation 
    ------------------------------
    
    Summary: A, B, and C were all supposed to work in a field. 
    C got hurt, so he couldn't work. A worked 5 days and B 
    worked 4 days. Later on, C decided to pay A and B for doing 
    his share of the work. He gave them nine coins overall, but 
    how much did each person get?
    
    Solution: A got 6 coins and B got 3. This is because A 
    worked two extra days, and B worked one extra day, so A 
    deserves twice as much as B.
    
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    Photo 2: Garbage-filled Alleyway. The three differences 
    are:
    
    1. The red can in the bottom/right.
    2. The window.
    3. The curtain on the wall.
    
    Find all three differences to unlock a hidden puzzle in the 
    bottle.
    
    Puzzle #118: Garbage Disposal
    -----------------------------
    
    Summary: In this slider puzzle, move the trash to the 
    bottom.
    
    Solution: Uh oh, another slider puzzle.
    
    1. Move the purple block up and left.
    2. Move the orange block up and left.
    3. Move the green block up and right.
    4. Move the orange block right.
    5. Move the purple block right.
    6. Move the yellow block up.
    7. Move the blue block up, right and up. Now all the blocks 
    are together, in the upper area.
    8. Move the yellow block down, right and down, into the 
    trash can.
    9. Move the purple block down.
    10. Move the orange block left.
    11. Move the purple block up.
    12. Move the blue block down and left.
    13. Move the green block left and down.
    14. Move the purple block right, up and right.
    15. Move the trash down and left.
    16. Move the purple block left and up. It is now at the 
    top.
    17. Move the trash right, up and right.
    18. Move the blue block up.
    19. Move the green block left.
    20. Move the trash left and down.
    21. Move the purple block down and right.
    22. Move the blue block right.
    23. Move the orange block right and up.
    24. Move the blue left and up.
    25. Move the green block up, right and up.
    26. Move the trash up.
    27. Move the yellow block up and left.
    28. Move the trash down.
    29. Move the blue down and right.
    30. Move the yellow block up.
    31. Move the trash to the bin.
    
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    Video #41: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q8xA3WLIdKg
    
    Photo 3: Seedy Alley. The three differences are:
    
    1. Trash can lid.
    2. The step leading to the building on the left.
    3. The three windows on the building on the right.
    
    Find all three differences to unlock a hidden puzzle in the 
    step.
    
    Puzzle #124: UFOs Spotted!
    --------------------------
    
    Summary: There are four UFOs, each made up of four 
    identical parts. Which part is it?
    
    Solution: Part C.
    
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    Photo 4: Museum, Second Floor. The three differences are:
    
    1. The map in the middle display case.
    2. The display case in the bottom/right.
    3. The sleeve of the jacket in the display case on the 
    left.
    
    Find all three differences to unlock a hidden puzzle in the 
    bottom/right display case.
    
    Puzzle #095: Box of Books
    -------------------------
    
    Summary: A box is 30 by 30 by 30 inches. How many 20 by 20 
    by 10 inch books can fit inside this box?
    
    Solution: Six.
    
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    Photo 5: Watchtower. The three differences are:
    
    1. Red banana on the ground.
    2. The red mirror with a crack.
    3. The third-from-the-right garlic clove.
    
    Find all three differences to unlock a hidden puzzle in the 
    garlic.
    
    Puzzle #119: The Fake Coins
    ---------------------------
    
    Summary: There are five bags with ten coins inside. One bag 
    has fake coins, which are lighter than real coins. With a 
    scale that will weigh 20 coins, how many weighings do you 
    need to do before you can determine which bag has the fake 
    coins?
    
    Solution: One. Use a different number of coins from each 
    bag.
    
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    Photo 6: Entrance to the Mine. The three differences are:
    
    1. Bush in front of the brick entrance.
    2. Bricks on the left, at the bottom of the bricks.
    3. Top of the mine cart in the bottom/right.
    
    Find all three differences to unlock a hidden puzzle in the 
    mine cart.
    
    Puzzle #066: The Locked Box
    ---------------------------
    
    Summary: A box has two dials, and both move when the red 
    dial is moved. When red is at 0, blue is at 5. When red is 
    at 3, blue is at 2. You want to move the blue dial to 3, 6, 
    4 and 1. How do you do this?
    
    Solution: Move red to 2, 7, 1, and 4. The trick is 
    realizing that the red dial moves clockwise, while the blue 
    dial moves counter-clockwise.
    
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    Video #42: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PGNmRtXKveY
    
    Photo 7: Dark Forest 2. The three differences are:
    
    1. The tree stump in the middle of the screen.
    2. Mushrooms in the bottom/left.
    3. Tree leaves in the top/right.
    
    Find all three differences to unlock a hidden puzzle in the 
    leaves.
    
    Puzzle #097: A Starry Sky
    -------------------------
    
    Summary: Rearrange the tiles so every row and column 
    contains three stars. Three tiles cannot be moved.
    
    Solution: The tiles look like this:
    
    S | S| S
      |SS|S
    --------
    SS| S|
    SS|  |S
    --------
      |S |SS
     S|S | S
    
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    Photo 8: Granny Riddleton's. The three differences are:
    
    1. The chimney.
    2. The eye in the center of the circle on the ground.
    3. The branches left of the shack.
    
    Find all three differences to unlock a hidden puzzle in the 
    branches.
    
    Puzzle #129: The Slobbish Mole
    ------------------------------
    
    Summary: A mole wants to go through all the tunnels in the 
    diagram, but he doesn't want to go through the same tunnel 
    twice. Where should he start from?
    
    Solution: Point C. He will stop at Point F.
    
    -------
    
    Photo 9: Machine Room (in the castle). The three 
    differences are:
    
    1. The railing, which is bent.
    2. The lever, near the end of the tracks.
    3. The railing near the water heater, on the right.
    
    Find all three differences to unlock a hidden puzzle in the 
    railing.
    
    Puzzle #088: The Frog's Path
    ----------------------------
    
    Summary: A frog will jump one square, two squares, then 
    three spaces. This pattern of one, two, and three squares 
    will repeat infinitely. How many jumps will it take for the 
    frog to reach the designated spot?
    
    Solution: Twelve. The frog will jump backwards twice while 
    doing so.
    
    006-The Musician's House 
    -----------------------------------------------------------
    
    Video #43: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PT5I6N-cKHo
    
    When you find the differences in all nine photographs (see 
    the previous section, entitled "Camera Puzzles"), you 
    unlock the Musician's House, which has three puzzles for 
    you.
    
    Puzzle #139: Coast to Coast
    ---------------------------
    
    Summary: A person leaves Los Angeles at noon and arrives in 
    New York at eight. The next day, the person leaves New York 
    at noon. When does she arrive at Los Angeles? Keep in mind 
    that the times given are local times, and the two cities 
    are three hours apart.
    
    Solution: A trip from LA to NY is five hours. Therefore, 
    the person arrives at 2:00, LA time. That's 1400 hours, 
    which is 2:00 in military time.
    
    Puzzle #140: One Extra Block
    ----------------------------
    
    Summary: The structure in the diagram was split into five 
    parts. Which part has the extra block, on the top?
    
    Solution: B
    
    Puzzle #141: Disappearing Act 6
    -------------------------------
    
    Summary: More peg solitaire! Get rid of all the pegs on the 
    board, except one.
    
    Solution: In this solution, 1L means "first from left 
    column", 2L means "second from left column", 3L means 
    "third from left column" and so on and so forth.
    
    1. Jump 2R middle ball left.
    2. Jump the 3R second-from-bottom ball up.
    3. Jump the 1R bottom ball left.
    4. Jump the third-from-bottom middle column ball right.
    5. Jump the 2L bottom ball right.
    6. Jump the 3L bottom ball up.
    7. Jump the 3L second-from-bottom down.
    8. Jump the 3R bottom ball left, then up.
    9. Jump the 3R second-from-bottom ball down.
    10. Jump the 3R top ball down.
    11. Jump 3L second-from-top ball down, down, right, up and 
    up.
    12. Jump the 1R top ball down, left and left.
    13. Jump the 3L top ball right.
    14. Jump the 1L top ball right.
    15. Jump the 1L bottom ball up.
    16. Jump the second to bottom ball in the middle column 
    left.
    17. Jump the 1L ball right.
    18. Jump the 3R top ball down.
    19. Jump the 2R ball left, left, down, right, up and up.
    
    007-Tea Puzzles 
    -----------------------------------------------------------
    
    Video #44: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RAKMfz_b6u4
    
    In Chapter Two, Professor Layton has to solve Puzzle #36, 
    the Trapped Bird. When he does this, he gets a tea set.
    
    In Chapter Four, when Layton first exits the antique shop 
    and goes north, he meets Stachenscarfen, a character from 
    the previous Layton game. Stachenscarfen teaches Layton how 
    to make tea. Put three of your ingredients into to the tea 
    pot, in order to figure out a recipe. Then, you can serve 
    the tea to someone.
    
    Stachen gets you started, by requesting a cup of Belle 
    Classic. This is made with the three ingredients that 
    Layton always has: Oasis Leaf, Brisk Berry and Belle Tart 
    Seed. Brew the teat to learn what the recipe is, then serve 
    it to Stachen.
    
    The challenge to the tea puzzle is threefold.
    
    1. Find all of the tea ingredients.
    2. Figure out all of the tea recipes.
    3. Find all the thirsty people and give them the correct 
    tea.
    
    The tea ingredients, and where you find them, are as 
    follows:
    
    1. Oasis Leaf, which you start out with.
    2. Brisk Berry, which you start out with.
    3. Belle Tart Seed, which you start out with.
    4. Dream Fluff, which you get from solving Puzzle #61.
    5. Joy Root Clover, which you get from solving Puzzle #74.
    6. Tonic Flower, which you get from solving Puzzle #86.
    7. Peppercherry, which you get from solving Puzzle #89.
    8. Cinder Horse, which you get from solving Puzzle #109.
    
    The twelve recipes are...
    
    1. Belle Classic, made of Oasis Leaf, Brisk Berry and Belle 
    Tart Seeds.
    2. Oasis Berry, made of Oasis Leaf, Brisk Berry and Brisk 
    Berry.
    3. Sugar Smoke, made of Oasis Leaf, Cinder Horse and Belle 
    Tart Seeds.
    4. Root Remedy, made of Oasis Leaf, Joy Root Clover and 
    Tonic Flower.
    5. Cherry Boost, made of Oasis Leaf, Peppercherry and 
    Peppercherry.
    6. Bitter Fruit, made of Brisk Berry, Tonic Flower and 
    Belle Tart Seeds.
    7. Dream Spice, made of Brisk Berry, Dream Fluff and 
    Peppercherry.
    8. Clover Quencher, made of Brisk Berry, Joy Root Clover 
    and Cinder Horse.
    9. Radiance Blend, made of Dream Fluff, Joy Root Clover and 
    Belle Tart Seeds.
    10. Cayenne Twlight, made of Dream Fluff, Joy Root Clover 
    and Peppercherry.
    11. Cinder Flower, made of Dream Fluff, Tonic Flower and 
    Cinder Horse.
    12. The Layton Elixir, made of Joy Root Clover, 
    Peppercherry and Cinder Horse.
    
    And the twenty-five people who need tea, excluding 
    Stachenscarfen, who you have to serve tea to, are...
    
    1. Professor Layton, who wants Belle Classic.
    2. Luke, who wants Oasis Berry.
    3. Rory, at the Station Exit, who wants Sugar Smoke.
    4. Opal, at Outside The Hotel, who wants Cinder Flower.
    5. Sammy, at Outside The Hotel, who wants Cinder Flower.
    6. Krantz, at the Hotel Lobby, who wants Cherry Boost.
    7. Joanie, at the Promenade, who wants Oasis Berry.
    8. Dawson, at the Antique Shop, who wants Cayenne Twilight.
    9. Derby, at the Clocktower Plaza, who wants Belle Classic. 
    10. Niles, at the Clocktower Plaza, who wants Radiance 
    Blend.
    11. Ilyana, at the Cabaret, who wants Oasis Berry.
    12. Felix, at the Eastern Side Street, who wants Dream 
    Spice.
    13. Joseph, at the Photo Studio, who wants Bitter Fruit.
    14. Hopper, at the Northeast Path, who wants the Layton 
    Elixir. 
    15. Gertie, at the Alley Entrance, who wants Radiance 
    Blend.
    16. Dogey, at the Alley Dead End, who wants Cherry Boost.
    17. Duke, at the Museum Gate, who wants Bitter Fruit.
    18. Gregorio, at the Herzen Museum, who wants Clover 
    Quencher.
    19. Grinko, at the Museum Ground Floor, who wants the 
    Layton Elixir.
    20. Clarice, at the West Y Road, who wants Dream Spice.
    21. Lila, at the West Y Road, who wants Root Remedy.
    22. Marina, at the Western Path, who wants Root Remedy.
    23. Garland, at the Grocer's Shop, who wants Sugar Smoke. 
    24. Geoff, at the Clocktower, who wants Clover Quencher.
    25. Ray, at the Fork In The Road, who wants Cayenne 
    Twilight.
    
    Video #45: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6bcoiUR1Q3E
    Video #46: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jd5sv0C5lqQ
    Video #47: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MvCBXTYEr6M
    
    Some of the tea drinkers have puzzles for you to solve. 
    Specifically, Opal, Dawson, and Grinko all have puzzles.
    
    Puzzle #091: Sharing the Wealth
    -------------------------------
    
    Summary: Divide the map into four pieces, each with a tree, 
    a house, water and a field.
    
    Solution: It looks like this, if each letter designates a 
    different plot:
    
    AABB
    ACDB
    ACDB
    CCDD
    
    Puzzle #065: The Ancient Map
    ----------------------------
    
    Summary: You can write the numbers 1 through 6 on this map, 
    so each line has the same sum. Number four is already in 
    its place. Using this information, figure out where number 
    1 goes.
    
    Solution: Number 1 is the one in the middle of the 
    horizontal row.
    
    Puzzle #094: The Mystery Cube
    -----------------------------
    
    Summary: There is a diagram, which can be folded into a 
    cube. Eight such cubes were put together, to form a bigger 
    cube. You're supposed to figure out what the face on the 
    top of the cube in the corner is. There are three faces on 
    this cube which touch the faces of other cubes; when two 
    faces touch, they are of matching letters.
    
    Solution: B.
    
    008-The Tea Master's House 
    -----------------------------------------------------------
    
    Video #48: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qeITXDpxIhE
    
    When you have served tea to everyone who is thirsty (see 
    the previous section for more details), you unlock the Tea 
    Master's House. This is a bonus section with three puzzles.
    
    Puzzle #142: The Scholar's Life
    -------------------------------
    
    Summary: After spending 1/6 of his life as a child, our 
    scholar spent 1/12 of his life as a young man. He was 
    married 1/7 of his life later, and he had a child five 
    years later. The child lived to be half as old as the 
    father, when he died. The scholar died four years after his 
    son. How old was the scholar?
    
    Solution: 84 years. That's the smallest number which is 
    divisible by 6, 7 and 12. 
    
    Puzzle #143: Letter Calculations
    --------------------------------
    
    Summary: AA times AA = BBCC. A, B and C are all different 
    single-digit numbers. What are they?
    
    Solution: A = 8, B = 7 and C = 4.
    
    Puzzle #144: Super Pancakes
    ---------------------------
    
    Summary: It's the pancake stacking puzzle again, only this 
    time, you have seven pancakes.
    
    Solution: This takes 127 steps. Hopefully, these 
    instructions, which split up the 127 steps into smaller, 
    more manageable groups, will be of some assistance:
    
    1) Start by making a 3-2-1 pyramid on Plate 3. You do it 
    like this:
    
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 3.
    Put Pancake 2 on Plate 2.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 2. You now have a 2-1 pyramid on 
    Plate 2.
    Put Pancake 3 on Plate 3. Cool. Your 3-2-1 pyramid has just 
    started. Now you have to shuffle Pancakes 1 and 2 to finish 
    the pyramid.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 3.
    Put Pancake 2 on Plate 1.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 2.
    Put Pancake 2 on Plate 3.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 3. Pyramid done.
    
    2) Now you have to make a 4-3-2-1 pyramid on Plate 2.
    
    Put Pancake 4 on Plate 2. Now you have a 4 pyramid on Plate 
    2. 
    Time to put the other 3 Pancakes in place. This is just 
    like 
    doing a 3-Pancake pyramid like in step one, only on a 
    different Plate.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 2.
    Put Pancake 2 on Plate 1.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 1.
    Put Pancake 3 on Plate 2. Now you have a 4-3 pyramid on 
    Plate 2.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 3.
    Put Pancake 2 on Plate 2. Now you have a 4-3-2 pyramid on 
    Plate 
    2.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 2. Now your pyramid is done.
    
    3) Now you have to make a 5-4-3-2-1 pyramid on Plate 3.
    
    Put Pancake 5 on Plate 3.
    Now you have to put the other 4 Pancakes in place. This is 
    just like making a 4-Pancake pyramid in step two, only on a 
    different Plate. See how the puzzle is easy to solve once 
    you get a general idea of what to do? It's just the same 
    thing over and over.
    a) So, in order to make a 4-Pancake pyramid on Plate 3, we 
    have to make a 3-Pancake pyramid on Plate 1.
    b) In order to make a 3-Pancake pyramid on Plate 1, we have 
    to 
    make a 2-Pancake pyramid on Plate 3.
    So...put Pancake 1 on Plate 1.
    Put Pancake 2 on Plate 3.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 3. Substep b is done.
    Put Pancake 3 on Plate 1.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 2.
    Put Pancake 2 on Plate 1.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 1. Substep a is done.
    Put Pancake 4 on Plate 3. We have a 5-4 pyramid on Plate 3 
    and a 
    3-2-1 pyramid on Plate 1.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 3.
    Put Pancake 2 on Plate 2.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 2.
    Put Pancake 3 on Plate 3.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 1.
    Put Pancake 2 on Plate 3.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 3.
    
    4) Now that you've got a 5-4-3-2-1 pyramid on Plate 3, you 
    get to have to fun of making a 6-5-4-3-2-1 pyramid on Plate 
    2. That'll let you move Pancake 7 into place. Yay. 
    
    To make sure no one gets lost, I'll recap every time you 
    make a 3-2-1 pyramid, which is every seven moves or so.
    
    Put Pancake 6 on Plate 2.
    Move Pancake 1 on Plate 2.
    Move Pancake 2 on Plate 1.
    Move Pancake 1 on Plate 1.
    Move Pancake 3 on Plate 2.
    Move Pancake 1 on Plate 3.
    Move Pancake 2 on Plate 2.
    Move Pancake 1 on Plate 2. You now have a 3-2-1 pyramid on 
    Plate 
    2, Pancake 6 on Plate 2, and Pancakes 4 and 5 on Plate 3.
    Move Pancake 4 to Plate 1.
    Move Pancake 1 to Plate 1.
    Move Pancake 2 to Plate 3.
    Move Pancake 1 to Plate 3.
    Move Pancake 3 to Plate 1.
    Move Pancake 1 to Plate 2.
    Move Pancake 2 to Plate 1.
    Move Pancake 1 to Plate 1. You now have a 4-3-2-1 pyramid 
    on 
    Plate 1, Pancake 6 on Plate 2 and Pancake 5 on Plate 3. 
    Move Pancake 5 on Plate 2. You now have a 6-5 pyramid on 
    Plate 
    2, and a 4-3-2-1 pyramid on Plate 1.
    Move Pancake 1 to Plate 3.
    Move Pancake 2 to Plate 2.
    Move Pancake 1 to Plate 2.
    Move Pancake 3 to Plate 3.
    Move Pancake 1 to Plate 1.
    Move Pancake 2 to Plate 3.
    Move Pancake 1 to Plate 3. You have a 3-2-1 on Plate 3, 
    Pancake 4 
    on Plate 1 and 6-5 on Plate 2.
    Move Pancake 4 to Plate 2. You now have a 6-5-4 pyramid on 
    Plate 
    2 and a 3-2-1 pyramid on Plate 3. Easy enough to make that 
    into one big pyramid...
    Move Pancake 1 to Plate 2.
    Move Pancake 2 to Plate 1.
    Move Pancake 1 to Plate 1.
    Move Pancake 3 to Plate 2.
    Move Pancake 1 to Plate 3.
    Move Pancake 2 to Plate 2.
    Move Pancake 1 to Plate 2.
    
    5) We're STILL not done? Ugh, this is trying my patience! 
    Along with my ability to visualize the whole thing in my 
    head. But we're halfway to the end now, at least. So let me 
    think here...
    
    You've got a 6-5-4-3-2-1 pyramid on Plate 2, and 7 on Plate 
    1.
    Put Pancake 7 on Plate 3.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 1.
    Put Pancake 2 on Plate 3.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 3.
    Put Pancake 3 on Plate 1.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 2.
    Put Pancake 2 on Plate 1.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 1. You've got a 3-2-1 pyramid on 
    Plate 1, 
    Pancake 7 on Plate 3, and 6-5-4 on Plate 2. So..
    Put Pancake 4 on Plate 3.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 3.
    Put Pancake 2 on Plate 2.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 2.
    Put Pancake 3 on Plate 3.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 1.
    Put Pancake 2 on Plate 3.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 3. You've got a 7-4-3-2-1 on Plate 3 
    and 
    6-5 on Plate 2. You want to move the 3-2-1 on Plate 1, so 
    you 
    can start a 4-3-2-1 on Plate 3.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 1.
    Put Pancake 2 on Plate 2.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 2.
    Put Pancake 3 on Plate 1.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 3.
    Put Pancake 2 on Plate 1.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 1. You've got a 3-2-1 pyramid on 
    Plate 1, 
    a 6-5 on Plate 2 and Plate 4 on Plate 3. Now you want a 4-
    3-2-1 
    on Plate 3, so...
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 3.
    Put Pancake 2 on Plate 2.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 2.
    Put Pancake 3 on Plate 3.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 1.
    Put Pancake 2 on Plate 3.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 3. You've got a 4-3-2-1 on Plate 3, 
    and a 
    6-5 on Plate 2.
    Move Pancake 5 on Plate 1. Now it's time to get a 5-4-3-2-1 
    pyramid on Plate 1. First you have to move a 3-2-1 onto 
    Plate 
    2, so you can move Pancake 4.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 2.
    Put Pancake 2 on Plate 1.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 1.
    Put Pancake 3 on Plate 2.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 3.
    Put Pancake 2 on Plate 2.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 2.
    Move Pancake 4 on Plate 1. You should have a 5-4 on Plate 1 
    and 
    a 3-2-1 on Plate 2.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 1.
    Put Pancake 2 on Plate 3.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 3.
    Put Pancake 3 on Plate 1.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 2.
    Put Pancake 2 on Plate 1.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 1. Now you've got a 5-4-3-2-1 on 
    Plate 1, 
    Pancake 6 on Plate 2 and Pancake 7 on Plate 3.
    Move Pancake 6 to Plate 3. Yes, yes, yes! We've reached a 
    second halfway point! Out next mini-goal is a 3-2-1 on 
    Plate 3.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 3.
    Put Pancake 2 on Plate 2.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 2.
    Put Pancake 3 on Plate 3.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 1.
    Put Pancake 2 on Plate 3.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 3. 
    Put Pancake 4 on Plate 2. Now you've got 5 on Plate 1, 4 on 
    Plate 
    2 and 3-2-1 on Plate 3. We need to shuffle the 3-2-1 on 
    Plate 
    2.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 2.
    Put Pancake 2 on Plate 1.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 1.
    Put Pancake 3 on Plate 2.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 3.
    Put Pancake 2 on Plate 2.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 2. Now you've got a 4-3-2-1 on Plate 
    2.
    Put Pancake 5 on Plate 3. Ha! Getting there! It's a 7-6-5 
    on 
    Plate 3 and a 4-3-2-1 on Plate 2. Let's get a 3-2-1 on 
    Plate 1.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 1.
    Put Pancake 2 on Plate 3.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 3.
    Put Pancake 3 on Plate 1.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 2.
    Put Pancake 2 on Plate 1.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 1.
    Put Pancake 4 on Plate 3. ALMOST DONE! You've got 7-6-5-4 
    on 
    Plate 3 and 3-2-1 on Plate 1.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 3.
    Put Pancake 2 on Plate 2.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 2.
    Put Pancake 3 on Plate 3.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 1.
    Put Pancake 2 on Plate 3.
    Put Pancake 1 on Plate 3.
    
    009-The Sweethearts' House
    -----------------------------------------------------------
    
    Video #49: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fKEigzJtmoc
    
    Once you beat the game for the first time, you unlock the 
    Sweethearts' House.
    
    Puzzle #148: Eight Cards
    ------------------------------
    
    Summary: Put the numbers 1 through 8 into the equation __ X 
    _ = ____, while having a valid answer.
    
    Solution: 582 X 3 = 1746
    
    Puzzle #149: Number Cycle
    -------------------------
    
    Summary: The numbers here go in a cycle. What number goes 
    in the blank spot?
    
    Solution: The pattern involves squaring the digits of a 
    number. For instance...
    
    4 squared is 16. 16 is made up of 1 and 6. 1 squared, plus 
    6 squared gives you 37, the next number in the sequence. 37 
    is made up of 3 and 7.  3 squared plus 7 squared is 58, the 
    next number in the sequence.
    
    58 is made up of 5 and 8. 5 squared plus 8 squared is 89. 
    Therefore, 89 is the answer you're looking for.
    
    Puzzle #150: The Knight's Tour 4
    --------------------------------
    
    Summary: Do the Knight's Tour, on an eight by eight board.
    
    Solution: Move down, left/down, down, down, right and down. 
    You are in the lower/right corner. Move up, down, left, 
    down, left, up, left, up, right, up, right, down, right, 
    left, down/right, left, down, left, up, left, up, right, 
    up, right, down, down, left, down/right, left, left, and 
    left. You are in the bottom/left corner.
    
    Move up, left, up, up, right, up, down, down/right, left, 
    up, right, left, up, and left. The top two rows are now 
    filled. Move right, down, left, right, down, left, right, 
    left, up, right, left and up.
    
    010-The Puzzle Master's House
    -----------------------------------------------------------
    
    Video #50: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YJ8fNcl4bqI
    
    Once you solve Puzzles 1 through 150, which includes the 
    puzzles in the various bonus sections, you unlock the 
    Puzzle Master's House.
    
    Puzzle #151: Colin's Score
    --------------------------
    
    Summary: Four students took a test. Each question had the 
    answer A or B. Given the results of the three students 
    below, can you figure out what score Colin should have? 
    
    Solution: 60.
    
    Puzzle #152: The Card Tournament
    --------------------------------
    
    Summary: A number of people are playing cards, and each 
    person plays every other person once. However, Wallace left 
    after a few hands. 59 hands were played in all. How many 
    hands did Wallace play?
    
    Solution: When you have a situation like this, if X is the 
    number of people in the room, X(X-1), divided by 2, is the 
    number of hands that get played. If there are eleven 
    people, 55 hands get played. If there are 12 people, 66 
    hands get played.
    
    Therefore, there are 12 people. Wallace missed out on 6659 
    = 7 rounds. Wallace had 11 opponents all together, and if 
    he missed out on 7, he must have played only four hands.
    
    Puzzle #153: The Diabolical Box
    -------------------------------
    
    Summary: It's a slider puzzle! Move the pink ball to the 
    bottom of the screen. The purple block can't be moved.
    
    Solution: This takes at least 78 moves.
    
    1. Move the orange block left
    2. Move the yellow block left and up
    3. Move the light blue block left, down, left and down
    4. Move the green block right
    5. Move the yellow block down, right two spaces and up
    6. Move the light blue block up one space and right
    7. Move the orange block right and down
    8. Move the red block down
    9. Move the blue block left
    10. Move the yellow block up
    11. Move the green block left, down and left
    12. Move the yellow block right and down
    13. Move the blue block right, down and right
    14. Move the red block up and right
    15. Move the green block left and up
    16. Move the orange block up and left
    17. Move the light blue block left and down
    18. Move the orange block right two spaces
    19. Move the green block down
    20. Move the red block left
    21. Move the yellow block left, up and left
    22. Move the blue block left and up
    23. Move the orange block right and up
    24. Move the green block right, down and right
    25. Move the light blue block up and left
    26. Move the green block left and down
    27. Move the light blue block right and down
    28. Move the red block down and right
    29. Move the yellow block left, down and left
    30. Move the red block left
    31. Move the pink gem down and left
    32. Move the blue block left and up
    33. Move the orange block up
    34. Move the light blue block up and right
    35. Move the red block right and down
    36. Move the pink gem down
    37. Move the blue block left and up
    38. Move the pink gem up and right
    39. Move the yellow block right and up
    40. Move the red block up and left
    41. Move the light blue block left
    42. Move the orange block down
    43. Move the pink gem right
    44. Move the yellow block right
    45. Move the red block up
    46. Move the light blue block left
    47. Move the green block up and right
    48. Move the light blue block right one space and down
    49. Move the red block down
    50. Move the yellow block left
    51. Move the green block left
    52. Move the orange block down and left
    53. Move the pink gem down
    54. Move the blue block down one space and right
    55. Move the yellow block right and up
    56. Move the red block up and right
    57. Move the green block left, up, left and up
    58. Move the orange block left
    59. Move the light blue block up one space and right
    60. Move the pink gem down
    61. Move the orange block right and down
    62. Move the green block down and right
    63. Move the red block left and down
    64. Move the blue block down and left
    65. Move the pink gem up
    66. Move the green block right and up
    67. Move the light blue block up and right
    68. Move the orange block right and down
    69. Move the light blue block left
    70. Move the green block down and left
    71. Move the pink gem down
    72. Move the blue block right
    73. Move the yellow block right
    74. Move the red block up, right and up
    75. Move the light blue block left, up, left and up
    76. Move the green block left and up
    77. Move the orange block up and left
    78. Move the pink gem to the circle outline at the bottom
    
    011-The Secret of the Elysian Box
    -----------------------------------------------------------
    
    Video #51: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QWZnLqKYFxY
    
    This is a special puzzle that you can unlock, if you have 
    the first Professor Layton game. Both games have a bonus 
    section, with a top secret section inside. Inside the top 
    secret section, you find a section called "The Hidden 
    Door".
    
    The Hidden Door in The Diabolical Box contains a password. 
    Go to the Hidden Door in the Curious Village, and insert 
    that password. You get to see some concept art, and you get 
    another password. Use this password in the Hidden Door in 
    The Diabolical Box for this hidden puzzle.
    
    Note that the passwords are unique to the DS you play the 
    games on.
    
    This puzzle ends up being a slider puzzle, made of twelve 
    tiles. The three tiles with gray lines on them go on the 
    left-hand column. The column left of that has the feet, 
    Luke's head and Layton's head tiles.
    
    The upper/right piece is empty.
    
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