Walkthrough by TrulyDexterous/Glacoras
Professor Layton and the Curious Village on SuperCheats.com
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|                       AUTHORS: TrulyDexterous/Glacoras                     |
|                                 VERSION: 1.04                              |
|                            LAST UPDATE: 29/10/09                           |
|                            PLATFORM: Nintendo DS                           |
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| |                    T A B L E  O F  C O N T E N T S                     | |
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               1).......................Revision History [RVHI]
               2)...........................Legal Notice [LGNO]
               3)...........................Introduction [INDN]

               4)............................Walkthrough [WKTH]
               4a)..........................Starting Out [WKSO]
               4b)......Chapter 1: Reinhold Manor Awaits [WKC1]
               4c).......................After Chapter 1 [WKA1]
               4d)........Chapter 2: The Fugitive Feline [WKC2]
               4e).......................After Chapter 2 [WKA2]
               4f)........Chapter 3: The Missing Servant [WKC3]
               4g)................Chapter 4: Night Falls [WKC4]
               4h).......................After Chapter 4 [WLA4]
               4i)............Chapter 5: The Hunt Begins [WKC5]
               4j).......................After Chapter 5 [WKA5]
               4k)..........Chapter 6: The Elusive Tower [WKC6]
               4l).......................After Chapter 6 [WKA6]
               4m).........Chapter 7: The Abandoned Park [WKC7]
               4n).......................After Chapter 7 [WKA7]
               4o).......Chapter 8: The Shadowy Intruder [WKC8]
               4p).......................After Chapter 8 [WKA8]
               4q).........Chapter 9: The Tower's Secret [WKC9]
               4r).......................After Chapter 9 [WKA9]

               5)....................Layton's Challenges [LTCG]
               6)..........................Wi-Fi Puzzles [WFPZ]
               7).........................Strange Gizmos [STGZ]
               8)..........................Inn Furniture [IFTR]
               9)........................Painting Scraps [PTSP]
               10)............................Hint Coins [HNTC]

               11)...............................Credits [CDIT]
               12)...................Contact Information [CTIN]

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| | 1)                  R E V I S I O N  H I S T O R Y              [RVHI] | |
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  V e r s i o n  1 . 0  ( 16 / 07 / 09 )
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The FAQ is complete, all sections are done. File size is around 401kb.

  V e r s i o n  1 . 0 1  ( 29 / 10 / 09 )
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Corrected mistakes in Puzzle 097. File size is around 401kb.


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| | 2)                      L E G A L  N O T I C E                  [LGNO] | |
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These are the only sites that we trust and that keep this guide updated. For
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| | 3)                     I N T R O D U C T I O N                  [INDN] | |
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  T r u l y D e x t e r o u s '  I n t r o
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Hello everyone and welcome to my first ever co-authored guide. This FAQ
started life as a half-assed puzzle guide that I was never going to finish.
Enter Games, who I've know for a while now from the FAQ Contributors Board on
GameFAQs. He's given me a lot of motivation to get this guide done, something
that I have a perennial problem with.

Living in England, Professor Layton was a late-comer into my DS collection.
However, by some amazing chance, I still ended up with the US version, meaning
you will find solutions for both the US and UK puzzles throughout this guide.

I guess, since you are playing this game and it's a modern title, you don't
really need much of an introduction to it, so I'll just sign off by saying I
uhh, really like this game! Also, look out for our Diabolical Box FAQ which
will be coming to a game site near you in the not-too-distant future!


  G l a c o r a s '  I n t r o
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Hello everyone and welcome to my first co-authored Guide.  I first heard about
TrulyDexerous' unfinished Professor Layton guide on the FAQ Contributors Board
and decided to help complete it. He had already done about 70 puzzles when I
started to write for this guide as well, which was more than enough to notice
that we both had different versions for this game.

As I mentioned before, writing a guide with another author is a new experience
for me. It was a great experience to see such a large guide get completed in a
short period of time, as well as having another person check over mistakes
that may crop up when typing at a fast pace.  If you are thinking that you
will not complete a guide, I would recommend that you try to find another
author to write the guide with you as it is a great experience to have.

Anyway, I hope you enjoy playing this game and reading this guide as much as I
have enjoyed playing this game and writing this guide.


If you want to see any more of our work, here are the links:

TrulyDexterous - http://www.gamefaqs.com/features/recognition/76852.html
Glacoras       - http://www.gamefaqs.com/features/recognition/46884.html

Anyway, thanks for looking and hopefully you will find this guide useful. If
this is the case, please recommend it to other readers by using the button at
the top of the page. Thanks again!


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| | 4)                       W A L K T H R O U G H                  [WKTH] | |
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The walkthrough is presented in a bullet-point format. All you need to do is
follow the instructions given by each bullet point. At various points you
will come across a puzzle. This will be deal with in table form.

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|                         PUZZLE 000: NAME OF PUZZLE            PICARATS: 10 |
|============================================================================|
|   UK   | UK NAME                                           UK PICARATS: 10 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HINT  | Hints that will hopefully give you a few clues without giving you |
|        | the answer. These aren't the same as in-game hints, they've come  |
|        | straight from us.                                                 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | The solution to the puzzle.                                       |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Any reward that you might get for solving the puzzle.             |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'


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| | 4a)                    S T A R T I N G  O U T                   [WKSO] | |
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• Puzzle 001 will start automatically after a scene

,============================================================================.
|                       PUZZLE 001: WHERE'S THE TOWN?           PICARATS: 10 |
|============================================================================|
|   UK   | WHERE'S THE VILLAGE?                                 PICARATS: 10 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HINT  | Look at each of the towns in turn. Follow the roads that lead     |
|        | from it. The town you are looking for has roads that only lead to |
|        | dead ends and not to any other town.                              |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | If you are still struggling, then the town you are looking for is |
|        | the one in the top left-hand corner. The houses in this village   |
|        | all have red roofs.                                               |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Talk to the man (Franco) on the right of the screen for Puzzle 002

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|                       PUZZLE 002: THE CRANK AND SLOT          PICARATS: 15 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | There are a choice of three slots here. Look at the shape of the  |
|        | crank. There is a square piece protruding from one of the faces   |
|        | of the pentagon. There is also a triangle shape on a different    |
|        | face. Finally, there is a second square section on one of the     |
|        | corners. There is only one slot that fits the shape that I have   |
|        | just described.                                                   |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 1                                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

  E n t r a n c e
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• Speak to the man (Stachen) in this screen

• Tap the barrel that is shaking about (Hint Coin 001)

• Tap the other barrel in this screen (Hint Coin 002)

• Tap the yellow bag above the shoe, near the window (Hint Coin 003)

• Talk to the old woman (Ingrid) on this screen (Puzzle 003)

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|                          PUZZLE 003: STRANGE HATS            PICARATS: 10  |
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|  HINT  | A quick glace at this will tell you that B is way too small and D |
|        | is way too large. Between A and C there is very little. You can   |
|        | either let you eyes work it out, or get a ruler to measure it     |
|        | exactly.                                                          |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | A                                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk up

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|       Checklist (without using Hint Coins or guessing wrong answers)       |
|============================================================================|
|     Puzzles Solved = 3    -     Hint Coins = 13    -     Picarats = 35     |
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| | 4b)  C H A P T E R  1 - R E I N H O L D  M A N O R  A W A I T S [WKC1] | |
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  V i l l a g e  S q u a r e
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• Tap the window above the green roof (Hint Coin 004)

• Tap the barrel to the right of the boy (Percy) on the screen (Hint Coin 005)

• Tap the trash can on the left of the screen (Hint Coin 006)

• Talk to Percy (Puzzle 004)

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|                       PUZZLE 004: WHERE'S MY HOUSE?          PICARATS: 20  |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | The sun rises in the east and sets in the west. This means the    |
|        | "morning sun" can be found in the east.  Start in the east. If    |
|        | you  take two left turns (the opposite of the two rights) and     |
|        | then take a right before the next intersection.                   |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | This logic suggests that you have just turned south into your     |
|        | house. That means that your house must be facing north.           |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | The house you are looking for is the one with the blue roof near  |
|        | the centre of the screen. It is the only one facing north.        |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Tap the clock on the tower (Puzzle 005)

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|                      PUZZLE 005: DIGITAL DIGITS (US)          PICARATS: 50 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | This is a particularly difficult and time-consuming puzzle. You   |
|        | can try working it out and if you get it at the very first        |
|        | attempt you have my congratulations.                              |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | One thing I will mention is that the 00:00 hours are not included |
|        | in this list. To be honest, I have no idea why, but they just     |
|        | aren't.                                                           |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | Here is a list of all of the times: 01:11, 02:22, 03:33, 04:44,   |
|        | 05:55, 10:00, 11:10, 11:11, 11:12, 11:13, 11:14, 11:15, 11:16,    |
|        | 11:17, 11:18, 11:19, 12:22                                        |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | Don't forget that is over the course of one day. That means that  |
|        | each time will appear twice in one day, so you need to double     |
|        | your answer.                                                      |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | The answer is 34.                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

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|                          PUZZLE 005: CLOCK HANDS (UK)         PICARATS: 50 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | You should think this question through before jumping in with an  |
|        | answer.  Remember that the clock hands would not pass over each   |
|        | other at 12 midnight, due to the large hand being over the little |
|        | hand when the time is 12 midnight.  Additionally, as the large    |
|        | hand is over the little hand at 12 noon, which does not count as  |
|        | the large hand passing the little hand.                           |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | Here is a list of when the large hand passes the little hand:     |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 5 past 1   10 past 2  16 past 3                                   |
|        | 21 past 4  27 past 5  27 to 7                                     |
|        | 21 to 8    16 to 9    10 to 10   5 to 11                          |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | Unlike the US version, this only counts for half the day, so you  |
|        | should NOT double the answer or you will come to the wrong        |
|        | answer.                                                           |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | The answer you are looking for is 10.                             |
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• Walk to the right

  M a n o r  R o a d
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• Tap the window to the right of the brown door (Hint Coin 007)

• Tap the sidewalk sign to the left of the blue door (Hint Coin 008)

• Tap the yellow bag on the right of the screen (Hint Coin 009)

• Talk to the man (Marco) on this screen (Puzzle 006)

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|                          PUZZLE 006: LIGHT WEIGHT             PICARATS: 40 |
|============================================================================|
| ANSWER | You may first think about placing four on one side of the scales  |
|        | and four on the other. However, this is a mistake. You should put |
|        | three weights on each side.                                       |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | Should the scales balance out, you know that the lighter weight   |
|        | is one of the two that you haven't weighed yet. This means all    |
|        | you need to do is weigh the last two.                             |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | Should the scales tip, then the lighter weight must be one of the |
|        | three that went up (the heavier side would go down). Choose two   |
|        | from the lighter side. Place one on each side of the scales.      |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | If the scales balance out, then the lightest weight is the one    |
|        | out of the three that you didn't weigh. Obviously if the scales   |
|        | tip, the lightest weight will be tilted upwards on the scale.     |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk up

  M a n o r  B o r d e r
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• Tap the middle of the tree on the right of the screen (Hint Coin 010)

• Tap the middle part of the step on the other side of the stream (Hint Coin
  011)

• Tap the hat on the left side of the boat (Hint Coin 012)

• Talk to the man (Ramon) on this screen (Puzzle 007)

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|                       PUZZLE 007: WOLVES AND CHICKS           PICARATS: 50 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | The key here is to get all of the wolves onto the right hand bank |
|        | first. After this you can work on moving the chicks across as     |
|        | well.                                                             |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | Here is a list of the moves you should make:                      |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 1) Two wolves to right hand bank.                                 |
|        | 2) One wolf to left hand bank.                                    |
|        | 3) Two wolves to right bank.                                      |
|        | 4) One wolf to left hand bank.                                    |
|        | 5) Two chicks to right hand bank.                                 |
|        | 6) One wolf, one chick to left hand bank.                         |
|        | 7) Two chicks to right hand bank.                                 |
|        | 8) One wolf to left hand bank.                                    |
|        | 9) Two wolves to right hand bank.                                 |
|        | 10) One chick to left hand bank.                                  |
|        | 11) One wolf, one chick to right hand bank.                       |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Tap the bushes on the other side of the stream, opposite the boat (Puzzle
  008)

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|                           PUZZLE 008: FARM WORK               PICARATS: 20 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | If you read this properly, you don't really don't need to work    |
|        | out that much. Look at this statement; "They've been assigned a   |
|        | 10-acre plot of land and split it in half". This suggests that    |
|        | each person will do half of the work (5 acres). It doesn't matter |
|        | how fast they each work, as long as they both do their share of   |
|        | the work.                                                         |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | By this logic, they should both receive half of the $100. The     |
|        | answer is $50.                                                    |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk up

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|       Checklist (without using Hint Coins or guessing wrong answers)       |
|============================================================================|
|     Puzzles Solved = 8    -     Hint Coins = 22    -     Picarats = 215    |
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| | 4c)                   A F T E R  C H A P T E R  1               [WKA1] | |
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  R e i n h o l d  M a n o r
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• Tap the pebble in the middle of the path (Hint Coin 013)

• Tap the right-most window on the ground floor (Hint Coin 014)

• Tap the window in the right roof, just above the middle part of the screen
  (Hint Coin 015)

• Tap the door OR walk up (Puzzle 009)

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|                         PUZZLE 009: ONE POOR POOCH            PICARATS: 35 |
|============================================================================|
| ANSWER | See the (very) rough ASCII diagrams below? Number 1 represents    |
|        | how your little dog starts out. Move the matches to make it look  |
|        | like the squashed little dog in number 2. Move the matches marked |
|        | by the * and the + in number 1 to their positions in number 2.    |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |                          ___        *\___/+                       |
|        |                       / |   |_     / |   |_                       |
|        |                       \ |___|      \ |___|                        |
|        |                         /\ /\        /   \                        |
|        |                          * +                                      |
|        |                           1            2                          |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

  M a n o r  F o y e r
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• Tap the top shelf in the Bookcase (Hint Coin 016)

• Tap the wall light above Mathew's Head (Hint Coin 017)

• Tap the small picture to the right of the wall light on the left of the
  screen (Hint Coin 018)

• Tap on of the portraits on the right of the screen (Painting Scrap 01)

• Tap the second shelf from the top of the Bookcase (Puzzle 010)

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|                           PUZZLE 010: ALPHABET                PICARATS: 30 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | Don't think of the traditional alphabet. Think about the word. A  |
|        | is the first letter. B comes after the letter A. What is the last |
|        | letter?                                                           |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | T                                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk up

  M a n o r  P a r l o u r
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• Tap the side of the rug between Matthew and Gordon (Hint Coin 019)

• Tap the flowers in the vase on the window sill (Hint Coin 020)

• Tap the photo above Simon (Hint Coin 021)

• Talk to the man (Simon) wearing red glasses near the back of the room
  (Puzzle 011)

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|                         PUZZLE 011: ARC AND LINE              PICARATS: 20 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | This is pretty simple logic. From point B to the edge of the      |
|        | circle it is 10 inches (add the two 5s). This it means that from  |
|        | point B to point D it is also 10 inches (point D being at the     |
|        | edge of the circle. As ABCD is a rectangle, the line from B to D  |
|        | is exactly the same as the line A to C.                           |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 10                                                                |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Tap the middle of the chandelier (Puzzle 110)

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|                       PUZZLE 110: THE VANISHING CUBE          PICARATS: 20 |
|============================================================================|
| ANSWER | Look at the centre cube. You should notice that it is actually    |
|        | only made up of a single match (the one at the back). This is the |
|        | one that you need to move.                                        |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | You need to move it so that it completes the vertical line of the |
|        | cube on the left. This requires you to rotate the match so that   |
|        | it is vertical. If you can't see what I mean, move the match away |
|        | from the picture and see where there is a line missing.           |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |  ,---.   ,---. If you have done it correctly, you should lose the |
|        |  |   |   |   | middle cube. It would look something like the      |
|        |  '---|---|---' diagram to the left if viewed from above.          |
|        |      |   |                                                        |
|        |      '---'                                                        |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Talk to the lady (Dahlia) in this room

,============================================================================.
|       Checklist (without using Hint Coins or guessing wrong answers)       |
|============================================================================|
|     Puzzles Solved = 12   -     Hint Coins = 31    -     Picarats = 320    |
'----------------------------------------------------------------------------'


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| | 4d)   C H A P T E R  2  -  T H E  F U G I T I V E  F E L I N E  [WKC2] | |
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  M a n o r  P a r l o u r
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• Walk down

  M a n o r  F o y e r
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• Talk to Matthew

• Walk down

  R e i n h o l d  M a n o r
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• Tap on the white cat (Claudia)

• Walk down

  M a n o r  B o r d e r
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• Tap on the boat (Puzzle 013)

,============================================================================.
|                         PUZZLE 013: SINKING SHIP              PICARATS: 30 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | It takes 9 minutes to make the trip, so that means you will only  |
|        | have time for three trips. Remember that someone needs to stay on |
|        | the raft at all times so they can sail it!                        |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 4 people take the first trip (5 including the one who is to sail  |
|        | it back). Nine minutes later another 4 are taken to the island.   |
|        | After a total of 18 minutes, the raft returns for its final trip. |
|        | Four more people are taken. Since this is the last trip, the      |
|        | person sailing the raft counts this time.                         |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | Count your survivors: 4 + 4 + 5 = 13                              |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Talk to Ramon

• Walk down

  M a n o r  R o a d
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Talk to Marco

• Tap on the blue door

  V i l l a g e  S h o p
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the right door of the cupboard near the top of the screen (Hint Coin
  022)

• Tap the third shelf down on the shelf unit to the left of the screen (Hint
  Coin 023)

• Tap the rolled up pieces of paper at the bottom of the screen (Hint Coin
  024)

• Tap the chairs on the screen (Puzzle 014)

,============================================================================.
|                         PUZZLE 014: WHICH CHAIR?              PICARATS: 30 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | To answer this you need to think about what the chair needs to    |
|        | do. Seeing as the venue is used for a variety of different things,|
|        | the chairs need to be easily moved and stored. Got there yet?     |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | The answer is E, because it is the only chair that is able to be  |
|        | stacked.                                                          |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Painting Scrap 02                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Tap the white, extinguished candle on the counter (Puzzle 015)

,============================================================================.
|                       PUZZLE 015: HOW MANY ARE LEFT?          PICARATS: 10 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | If the remaining candles are left burning, what will happen to    |
|        | them? The only candles that will be left are the ones that were   |
|        | put out, as the ones that were left to burn will have melted.     |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | There were 3 candles that were extinguished.                      |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk down

  M a n o r  R o a d
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk to the left

  V i l l a g e  S q u a r e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Automatically talk to Franco (Strange Gizmo 01)

• Tap on Claudia

• Talk to the tall man (Deke) standing in front of a door

• Tap on the blue door on the right

  V i l l a g e  H a l l
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap on the middle of the cupboard in front of Rodney (Hint Coin 025)

• Tap on the picture closest to the chandelier (Hint Coin 026)

• Tap underneath the table near the window, in the middle of the black area
  (Hint Coin 027)

• Talk to the man (Rodney) on the screen (Puzzle 016)

,============================================================================.
|                       PUZZLE 016: TRIANGLES AND INK           PICARATS: 40 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | At first you might think about dividing the 36 triangles by 4.    |
|        | However, if you look at the smaller diagram on the left, you will |
|        | see that each group of 4 triangles is actually made up of 3. The  |
|        | centre triangle is formed by the other 3.                         |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | Take all the centre triangles out of the equation and you will    |
|        | get 21. Divide the 21 by 3 to get your answer. The answer is 7.   |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Strange Gizmo 02                                                  |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Tap on the bottom window pane on the right side of the screen (Puzzle 118)

,============================================================================.
|                      PUZZLE 118: RED AND BLACK CARDS          PICARATS: 50 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | This is pretty obvious when you think about it. There are 26      |
|        | cards of each colour. For example, let's say there were 14 red    |
|        | cards in stack A. That means the remaining 12 must be in stack B. |
|        | By the same token, there must be 14 blacks in stack B to make the |
|        | total up to 26. The remaining 12 blacks are in stack A.           |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | The above is true every time you do this. If you do it 1,000      |
|        | times then the answer is 1,000.                                   |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Tap on the door on the right

  V i l l a g e  S q u a r e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk to the left, but get prompted to walk back to the Entrance

• Walk down

  E n t r a n c e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Talk to Stachen (Puzzle 017)

,============================================================================.
|                       PUZZLE 017: FIVE-CARD SHUFFLE           PICARATS: 30 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | The answer here lies in how the cards are stacked on top of each  |
|        | other, not in the way they face. Look at how the black cards are  |
|        | stacked in relation to the other cards. Take the diamond for      |
|        | example. It points at the a club. In all the pictures but one the |
|        | club is at the top of the stack. In the odd one out it is at the  |
|        | bottom.                                                           |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | The answer is D.                                                  |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Painting Scrap 03                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk down

  D r a w b r i d g e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the yellow bag on the right (Hint Coin 028)

• Tap below where Professor Layton and Luke are standing (Hint Coin 029)

• Tap on the top-left window (Hint Coin 030)

• Tap on the car (Puzzle 019)

,============================================================================.
|                    PUZZLE 019: PARKING LOT GRIDLOCK           PICARATS: 30 |
|============================================================================|
|   UK   | CAR PARK GRIDLOCK                                    PICARATS: 30 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | Follow this list of moves.                                        |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 1)  Move the car that can go right to the right.                  |
|        | 2)  Move the car in front of the Layton-mobile up.                |
|        | 3)  Move the only car that can go up to the top of the screen.    |
|        | 4)  Move the Layton-mobile to the right.                          |
|        | 5)  Move the only car the can go up to the top of the screen.     |
|        | 6)  Move the bottom-left car to the left.                         |
|        | 7)  Move the car above the bottom-left car to the left.           |
|        | 8)  Move the left car that can move down to the bottom of the     |
|        |     screen. It should not stop at the Layton-mobile.              |
|        | 9)  Move the Layton-mobile to the left.                           |
|        | 10) Move the only car that can go down to the bottom of the       |
|        |     screen.                                                       |
|        | 11) Move the car underneath the top-right car to the left.        |
|        | 12) Move the car blocking the Layton-mobile to the top of the     |
|        |     screen.                                                       |
|        | 13) Move the only car that can go up to the top of the screen.    |
|        | 14) Move the Layton-mobile to the right.                          |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Strange Gizmo 03                                                  |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk to the right

  E n t r a n c e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap on the blue door

  I n n
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the bunch of flowers in the vase to the right (Hint Coin 031)

• Tap the crevice on the sofa, where the middle and back meet (Hint Coin 032)

• Tap the top of the lamp (Hint Coin 033)

• Talk to the woman (Beatrice) that is behind the counter
  (Lacquered Stool ---> Layton)

• Talk to Beatrice again (Puzzle 018)

,============================================================================.
|                      PUZZLE 018: OF DUST AND DUSTPAN          PICARATS: 10 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | A quick glace at this will tell you that B is way too small and D |
|        | is way too large. Between A and C there is very little. You can   |
|        | either let you eyes work it out, or get a ruler to measure it     |
|        | exactly.                                                          |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | As you start, the matchsticks are arranged like the one on the    |
|        | left:                                                             |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |   |     |     If you move the matchstick marked as          |     |
|        |   |     |<-1  1 to the position below, then move the      __|__   |
|        |    ――|――      horizontal match slightly to the left,     |     |  |
|        |    @ |        then your picture will look like the    1->|  @  |  |
|        |               one to the right.                                   |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | As you can see, the dustpan is now holding the trash.             |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Handmade Rug ---> Layton                                          |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Tap the photo above Beatrice (Puzzle 112)

,============================================================================.
|                         PUZZLE 112: MY BELOVED                PICARATS: 50 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | It should be safe to assume that you need the two shapes that     |
|        | does not have any squares unattached from the main body.  Use     |
|        | them to figure out which of the other two can not mat a           |
|        | rectangle.                                                        |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | The painting is divided into four sections. I have numbered each  |
|        | section. If the section moves, then the number moves with it.     |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | ,---.---.  1) Switch 1 and 2.                                     |
|        | | 1 | 2 |  2) Switch 3 for 2.                                     |
|        | |---|---|  3) Rotate 3 around twice.                              |
|        | | 3 | 4 |  4) Rotate 4 around twice.                              |
|        | '---'---'                                                         |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk out of the Inn

  E n t r a n c e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk up

  V i l l a g e  S q u a r e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk to the left

  P a r k  R o a d
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the box on the left (Hint Coin 034)

• Tap the window closest to the top of the screen (Hint Coin 035)

• Tap the barrel behind the woman (Agnes) (Hint Coin 036)

• Talk to the angry man (Pauly) (Puzzle 020)

,============================================================================.
|                     PUZZLE 20: UNFRIENDLY NEIGHBOURS          PICARATS: 50 |
|============================================================================|
|   UK   | UNFRIENDLY COMMUTE                                   PICARATS: 50 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | Follow the paths marked out below.                                |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |              ,---------------------------------.                  |
|        |              | ,-----------------------.       |                  |
|        |              | | ,-.   ,-.   ,-.   ,-. | ,-.   |                  |
|        |              | | '-'   '-'   '-'   '-' | '-'   |_____             |
|        |              | |     A           B     |     C       |            |
|        |              | | ,-. | ,-------. | ,-. | ,-. | ,-.   |            |
|        |              | | '-' | '-------' | '-' | '-' | '-'   |            |
|        |              | |     '-----.     |     |     '-----. |            |
|        |              | | ,-.   ,-. | .-. | ,-. | ,-.   ,-. | |            |
|        |              | | '-'   '-' | '-' | '-' | '-'   '-' | |            |
|        |              | '-----D     |     |     '-----D     | |            |
|        |              |   ,-.   ,-. | .-. | ,-.   ,-.   ,-. | |            |
|        |              |   '-'   '-' | '-' | '-'   '-'   '-' | |            |
|        |              | ,-----------'     B     ,-----------' |            |
|        |              | | ,-.   ,-.   .-.   ,-. | ,-.   ,-.   |            |
|        |              | | '-'   '-'   '-'   '-' | '-'   '-'   |            |
|        |              | |     C-----------------'     A  _____|            |
|        |              | | ,-.   ,-.   .-.   ,-.   ,-. | |                  |
|        |              | | '-'   '-'   '-'   '-'   '-' | |                  |
|        |              | '-----------------------------' |                  |
|        |              '---------------------------------'                  |
|        |                                                                   |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Strange Gizmo 04                                                  |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Talk to Pauly again (Puzzle 021)

,============================================================================.
|                       PUZZLE 021: PILL PRESCRIPTION          PICARATS: 30  |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | The man will have to number the majority of the pills. But can    |
|        | think of a reason he wouldn't need to number a pill?              |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | If the man takes his first pill straight away, he will have nine  |
|        | left to number. He can now leave one pill un-numbered. The most   |
|        | obvious one would be the last pill.                               |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | This leaves eight pills that need to be numbered (2-9)            |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Strange Gizmo 05                                                  |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Talk to Agnes (Puzzle 022)

,============================================================================.
|                       PUZZLE 022: PIGPEN PARTITIONS          PICARATS: 30  |
|============================================================================|
| ANSWER | Here is a very rough diagram of the answer.                       |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |                            1  . PIG    2                          |
|        |                          PIG\   PIG   /PIG                        |
|        |                          PIG \       / PIG                        |
|        |                         3-----\-----/------3                      |
|        |                                \PIG/                              |
|        |                          '      \ /        '                      |
|        |                          PIG     \     PIG                        |
|        |                          PIG    / \    PIG                        |
|        |                         '      /   \      .                       |
|        |                        '  .   /     \  '                          |
|        |                              /  PIG  \                            |
|        |                          .  2   PIG   1  '                        |
|        |                                                                   |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Fish Bones                                                        |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Tap the poster to the left of the blue door on the right (Puzzle 111)

,============================================================================.
|                      PUZZLE 111: MYSTERY ITEM (US)           PICARATS: 40  |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | First of all, you don't need to think about the matches. You need |
|        | to think about your answer. What do humans need to survive.       |
|        | Sleep, drink, water, food.                                        |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | Okay, let's go with food.                                         |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | You can now concentrate on the matches. As you can see all you    |
|        | need to do is form to "F" to spell out "FOOD" in matches. Move    |
|        | the match marked as 1 from its position in diagram A to it’s      |
|        | position in diagram B.                                            |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |       A                      B                                    |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | |――1 |――| |――| |\      |――  |――| |――| |\                          |
|        | |__1 |__| |__| |/      |__  |__| |__| |/                          |
|        |                        1                                          |
|        |                        1                                          |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                    PUZZLE 111: MAKING A SQUARE (UK)           PICARATS: 40 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | It should be safe to assume that you need the two shapes that     |
|        | do not have any squares unattached from the main body. Use them   |
|        | to figure out which of the other two can not mat a rectangle.     |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | D                                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Enter the blue door on the right

  R e s t a u r a n t
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap on the left chair (Hint Coin 037)

• Tap on the poster to the right of the door (Hint Coin 038)

• Tap on the right picture, near the wall light on the right (Hint Coin 039)

• Talk to the man (Crouton) behind the counter (Puzzle 023)

,============================================================================.
|                         PUZZLE 023: JUICE PITCHERS           PICARATS: 40  |
|============================================================================|
| ANSWER | Follow this list of moves:                                        |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |   1) Pour 8 into 3.     2) Pour 3 into 5.     3) Pour 8 into 3.   |
|        |   4) Pour 3 into 5.     5) Pour 5 into 8.     6) Pour 3 into 5.   |
|        |   7) Pour 8 into 3.     8) Pour 3 into 5.                         |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Strange Gizmo 06                                                  |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Talk to the man (Nick) sitting at the table (Puzzle 25)

,============================================================================.
|                      PUZZLE 025: EQUILATERAL TRIANGLE        PICARATS: 25  |
|============================================================================|
| ANSWER | Follow the moves below to find the answer. You should remember    |
|        | that the line of the coins will move down one.                    |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |                       1                    1 2 3 10               |
|        |               START  2 3            FINISH  4 5 6                 |
|        |                     4 5 6                    8 9                  |
|        |                    7 8 9 10                   7                   |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Strange Gizmo 07                                                  |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Tap on the blue door OR walk out

  P a r k  R o a d
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk up

  P a r k  G a t e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the top of the left gate pillar (Hint Coin 040)

• Tap the pebble in front of the right part of the gate (Hint Coin 041)

• Tap the top of the right wall in front of the right-most tree (Hint Coin
  042)

• Tap the bottle on the left of the screen (Puzzle 026)

,============================================================================.
|                     PUZZLE 026: BOTTLE FULL OF GERMS         PICARATS: 20  |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | If you read the problem properly, this isn't hard at all. It      |
|        | states "After one minute, the germ splits in two germs". It also  |
|        | says "single germ can multiply to fill the whole jar in exactly   |
|        | one hour"                                                         |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 59 minutes                                                        |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Painting Scrap 04                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Tap on Claudia

,============================================================================.
|       Checklist (without using Hint Coins or guessing wrong answers)       |
|============================================================================|
|     Puzzles Solved = 28   -     Hint Coins = 52    -     Picarats = 835    |
'----------------------------------------------------------------------------'


,============================================================================.
| ,========================================================================. |
| | 4e)                   A F T E R  C H A P T E R  2               [WKA2] | |
| '========================================================================' |
'============================================================================'

  M a n o r  P a r l o u r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Talk to the large man (Gordon) standing in front of a doorway (Puzzle 027)

,============================================================================.
|                      PUZZLE 027: BICKERING BROTHERS          PICARATS: 40  |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | This is another easy puzzle as long as you follow the rules set   |
|        | out in the problem. Since Brother 1 is already sat at the table,  |
|        | you can't sit 2 next to him. Take this opportunity to split up 3  |
|        | and 5 (since they can't be seated next to each other).            |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | Once you have this sorted, all you need to do is seat the         |
|        | remaining three without putting immediate siblings next to each   |
|        | other.                                                            |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER |                          1              1                         |
|        |                       3     5        5     3                      |
|        |                                 OR                                |
|        |                       6     2        2     6                      |
|        |                          4              4                         |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Strange Gizmo 08                                                  |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Talk to Matthew (Puzzle 028)

,============================================================================.
|                         PUZZLE 028: FIND THE DOT             PICARATS: 30  |
|============================================================================|
| ANSWER | The black dot is in exactly the same place as the red dot in      |
|        | Diagram B.                                                        |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Strange Gizmo 09                                                  |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Talk to the man (Chelmey) in the grey suit

• Talk to Matthew

• Walk up

  D a h l i a ' s  R o o m
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――

• Tap the flowers in the vase on the left (Hint Coin 043)

• Tap the seat of the chair on the left (Hint Coin 044)

• Tap the panel above Lady Dahlia's head, to the right of the curtains (Hint
  Coin 045)

• Talk to Lady Dahlia

,============================================================================.
|       Checklist (without using Hint Coins or guessing wrong answers)       |
|============================================================================|
|      Puzzles Solved = 30                              Hint Coins = 55      |
|      UK Picarats = 905                              US Picarats = 905      |
'----------------------------------------------------------------------------'


,============================================================================.
| ,========================================================================. |
| | 4f)   C H A P T E R  3  -  T H E  M I S S I N G  S E R V A N T  [WKC3] | |
| '========================================================================' |
'============================================================================'

  D a h l i a ' s  R o o m
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the right side of the curtain, on the tie-back of the curtain (Hint Coin
  046)

• Tap on the picture on the right of the screen

• Walk down

  M a n o r  P a r l o u r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Talk to Lady Dahlia

• Talk to Chelmey (Puzzle 029)

,============================================================================.
|                        PUZZLE 029: FIVE SUSPECTS             PICARATS: 20  |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | Your first thought may be to study what each suspect says and     |
|        | work out an answer from that. Really though, there is no need. If |
|        | all five suspects all say something different, then only one of   |
|        | them can possibly be telling the truth.                           |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | The answer is 1.                                                  |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Strange Gizmo 10                                                  |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk Down

  M a n o r  F o y e r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Talk to Matthew

• Walk down

  R e i n h o l d  M a n o r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap on Claudia

• Walk down

  M a n o r  B o r d e r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Talk to Agnes (Puzzle 030)

,============================================================================.
|                      PUZZLE 030: ONE-LINE PUZZLE 1            PICARATS: 30 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | The only advise I can give you here is to look at each picture in |
|        |turn and try and draw each picture using only one line. Once you   |
|        | input the correct answer, you will be shown how each of the       |
|        | remaining pictures can be drawn.                                  |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER |  The answer is the house-shaped picture in the bottom left.       |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Strange Gizmo 11                                                  |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk down

  M a n o r  R o a d
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Talk to Marco

• Talk to Marco again (Puzzle 031)

,============================================================================.
|                      PUZZLE 031: RACETRACK RIDDLE             PICARATS: 30 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | Before you start working anything complicated out, think about    |
|        | where the three horses will be in a minutes time. If horse A      |
|        | completes two full laps, horse B completes three full laps and    |
|        | horse C completes four full laps then all three horses will be    |
|        | back on the starting line.                                        |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 1 minute                                                          |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Strange Gizmo 12                                                  |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Tap on the blue door

  V i l l a g e  S h o p
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap on the jars to the left of the white candle, on the counter (Puzzle 032)

,============================================================================.
|                          PUZZLE 32: CANDY JARS                PICARATS: 30 |
|============================================================================|
|   UK   | SWEET JARS                                           PICARATS: 30 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HINT  | First of all you should pay heed what the problem actually        |
|        | states;                                                           |
|        | "there are an AVERAGE of 25 pieces of candy (sweets) in a single  |
|        | sack?"                                                            |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | All this means is that you need to work out the average, instead  |
|        | of the total number in each bag. Now, you should work out the     |
|        | total number of candies. After this you should divide this number |
|        | by the number of bags. Do you have your answer?                   |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | The average number of candies (sweets) in each bag is 25. Some    |
|        | will have less, some will have more but this is really            |
|        | irrelevant. The percentage chance that there will be an average   |
|        | of 25 is 100.                                                     |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | The answer is 100.                                                |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Strange Gizmo 13                                                  |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Tap on the white candle (Puzzle 033)

,============================================================================.
|                      PUZZLE 033: LIGHT WHICH ONE?             PICARATS: 20 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | This is a classic puzzle. The first thing that you need to light  |
|        | is none of the three things mentioned in the problem. Actually,   |
|        | it is mentioned in the problem, but not in the way you suspect.   |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | The match                                                         |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Pine Bed ---> Layton                                              |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk down

  M a n o r  R o a d
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• Walk to the left

  V i l l a g e  S q u a r e
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• Talk to Percy

• Talk to Percy again (Puzzle 034)

,============================================================================.
|                      PUZZLE 034: HOW MANY SHEETS?             PICARATS: 40 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | To work this out, you need to start at the edge. Look at each     |
|        | sheet on the outside and assign it a number. Now, look at each    |
|        | section where the sheets overlap. Give each section a number      |
|        | depending on how many sheets is part of it. Once you get to the   |
|        | middle, you should work out how many sheets there are at the      |
|        | deepest point.                                                    |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | The answer is 5.                                                  |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Strange Gizmo 14                                                  |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Tap on the white door, to the right of Percy (Puzzle 058)

,============================================================================.
|                     PUZZLE 058: GET THE BALL OUT 1            PICARATS: 30 |
|============================================================================|
| ANSWER | 0) ,-.-.-.-.-.  1) ,-.-.-.-.-.  2) ,-.-.-.-.-.  3) ,-.-.-.-.-.    |
|        |    |1|2|2| | |     |1|2|2|3|3|     |1|2|2|3|3|     |1|2|2|3|3|    |
|        |    |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|    |
|        |    |1|2|2|3|3|     |1|2|2| | |     |1|2|2|6| |     |1|2|2|6|7|    |
|        |    |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|    |
|        |    |4|4|5|5|6|     |4|4|5|5|6|     |4|4|5|5| |     |4|4|5|5| |    |
|        |    |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|    |
|        |    | | |5|5|7|     | | |5|5|7|     | | |5|5|7|     | | |5|5| |    |
|        |    '-'-'-'-'-'     '-'-'-'-'-'     '-'-'-'-'-'     '-'-'-'-'-'    |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 4) ,-.-.-.-.-.  5) ,-.-.-.-.-.  6) ,-.-.-.-.-.  7) ,-.-.-.-.-.    |
|        |    |1|2|2|3|3|     |1|2|2|3|3|     | |2|2|3|3|     |2|2| |3|3|    |
|        |    |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|    |
|        |    |1|2|2|6|7|     |1|2|2|6|7|     | |2|2|6|7|     |2|2| |6|7|    |
|        |    |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|    |
|        |    |4|4| |5|5|     | | | |5|5|     |1| | |5|5|     |1| | |5|5|    |
|        |    |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|    |
|        |    | | | |5|5|     | |4|4|5|5|     |1|4|4|5|5|     |1|4|4|5|5|    |
|        |    '-'-'-'-'-'     '-'-'-'-'-'     '-'-'-'-'-'     '-'-'-'-'-'    |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 8) ,-.-.-.-.-.  9) ,-.-.-.-.-.  10),-.-.-.-.-.  11),-.-.-.-.-.    |
|        |    |2|2| |3|3|     | |2|2|3|3|     |1|2|2|3|3|     |1|2|2|3|3|    |
|        |    |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|    |
|        |    |2|2| |6|7|     | |2|2|6|7|     |1|2|2|6|7|     |1|2|2|6|7|    |
|        |    |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|    |
|        |    |1|*| |5|5|     |1|*| |5|5|     | |*| |5|5|     | |*| |5|5|    |
|        |    |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|    |
|        |    |1|4|4|5|5|     |1|4|4|5|5|     | |4|4|5|5|     |4|4| |5|5|    |
|        |    '-'-'-'-'-'     '-'-'-'-'-'     '-'-'-'-'-'     '-'-'-'-'-'    |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |                        12) ,-.-.-.-.-.                            |
|        |                            |1|2|2|3|3|                            |
|        |                            |-|-|-|-|-|                            |
|        |                            |1|2|2|6|7|                            |
|        |                            |-|-|-|-|-|                            |
|        |                            | |*| |5|5|                            |
|        |                            |-|-|-|-|-|                            |
|        |                            |4|4| |5|5|                            |
|        |                            '-'-'-'-'-'                            |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Talk to Deke (Puzzle 035)

,============================================================================.
|                        PUZZLE 035: STRANGE DOTS               PICARATS: 20 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | You should think of the spots on the dice as hands on a clock.    |
|        | A is 0 (or 12 o'clock), B is 9 o'clock and c is 6 o'clock.        |
|        | Knowing this what is D?                                           |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 3                                                                 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Strange Gizmo 15                                                  |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

  C l o c k  T o w e r
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• Walk down

  V i l l a g e  S q u a r e
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• Tap on white door

  G r a n n y  R . ' s
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• Tap on top of the chimney (Hint Coin 047)

• Tap on red bucket (Hint Coin 048)

• Tap on shrub to the left of the house (Hint Coin 049)

• Talk to the women (Granny R.) on the screen (This unlocks the house where
  you can go if you miss any puzzles that you cannot get back. The game will
  prompt you when a puzzle is moved here.)

• Walk down

  V i l l a g e  S q u a r e
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• Walk to the left

  P a r k  R o a d
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• Enter the Restaurant

  R e s t a u r a n t
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• Talk to Crouton (Puzzle 024)

,============================================================================.
|                          PUZZLE 024: MILK PITCHERS           PICARATS: 50  |
|============================================================================|
| ANSWER | Follow this list of moves:                                        |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |  1) Pour 10 into 7.     2) Pour 7 into 3.    3) Pour 3 into 10.   |
|        |  4) Pour 7 into 3.      5) Pour 3 into 10.   6) Pour 7 into 3.    |
|        |  7) Pour 10 into 7.     8) Pour 7 into 3.    9) Pour 3 into 10.   |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Strange Gizmo 16                                                  |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Talk to Crouton again

• Exit the Restaurant

  P a r k  R o a d
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• Walk to the right

  V i l l a g e  S q u a r e
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• Walk through the doorway in the clock tower

  C l o c k  T o w e r
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• Tap the wall light in the upper left areas of the screen (Hint Coin 050)

• Tap the green-grey area in the middle of the screen (Hint Coin 051)

• Tap the panel to the left of the left doorway. It is sticking out from the
  wall. (Hint Coin 052)

• Tap the cat and mouse in this area (Puzzle 036)

,============================================================================.
|                       PUZZLE 036: TOO MANY MICE               PICARATS: 30 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | Before you start working out any difficult multiplications, read  |
|        | the problem properly. If you have one mouse, how can it breed and |
|        | multiply on its own?                                              |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 1                                                                 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Painting Scrap 05                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Talk to the girl (Lucy) on the screen (Puzzle 037)

,============================================================================.
|                     PUZZLE 037: BROTHER AND SISTER            PICARATS: 40 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | You know that if you add three years to the sister's age, she     |
|        | will be three times older than her brother. Multiply the 3 extra  |
|        | years by the 3 in the "three times older" and you will get 9.     |
|        | This will give you the sister’s age (with the extra three). As    |
|        | she is three times older than here brother you know his age to be |
|        | 3. Take the three years back from the sister and give them to the |
|        | brother.                                                          |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 9 - 3 = 6 and 3 + 3 = 6. Both the brother and the sister are 6    |
|        | years old.                                                        |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Strange Gizmo 17                                                  |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Tap the doorway on the left (Puzzle 107)

,============================================================================.
|                     PUZZLE 107: WORM IN THE APPLE             PICARATS: 40 |
|============================================================================|
|   UK   | WORM IN THE APPLE                                     PICARATS:40 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER |   ,---.---.---.   ,---.---.---.   ,---.---.---.   ,---.---.---.   |
|        |   | 1 | 2 | 3 |   | 1 | 2 | 3 |   | 1 | 2 | 3 |   |   | 2 | 3 |   |
|        |   |---|---|---|   |---|---|---|   |---|---|---|   |---|---|---|   |
|        |   | 4 | 5 | 6 |   | 4 |   | 6 |   |   | 4 | 6 |   | 1 | 4 | 6 |   |
|        |   |---|---|---|   |---|---|---|   |---|---|---|   |---|---|---|   |
|        |   | 7 |   | 8 |   | 7 | 5 | 8 |   | 7 | 5 | 8 |   | 7 | 5 | 8 |   |
|        |   '---'---'---'   '---'---'---'   '---'---'---'   '---'---'---'   |
|        |         0               1               2               3         |
|        |   ,---.---.---.   ,---.---.---.   ,---.---.---.   ,---.---.---.   |
|        |   | 2 |   | 3 |   | 2 | 4 | 3 |   | 2 | 4 | 3 |   | 2 | 4 | 3 |   |
|        |   |---|---|---|   |---|---|---|   |---|---|---|   |---|---|---|   |
|        |   | 1 | 4 | 6 |   | 1 |   | 6 |   |   | 1 | 6 |   | 7 | 1 | 6 |   |
|        |   |---|---|---|   |---|---|---|   |---|---|---|   |---|---|---|   |
|        |   | 7 | 5 | 8 |   | 7 | 5 | 8 |   | 7 | 5 | 8 |   |   | 5 | 8 |   |
|        |   '---'---'---'   '---'---'---'   '---'---'---'   '---'---'---'   |
|        |         4               5               6               7         |
|        |   ,---.---.---.   ,---.---.---.   ,---.---.---.   ,---.---.---.   |
|        |   | 2 | 4 | 3 |   | 2 | 4 | 3 |   | 2 | 4 | 3 |   | 2 | 4 | 3 |   |
|        |   |---|---|---|   |---|---|---|   |---|---|---|   |---|---|---|   |
|        |   | 7 | 1 | 6 |   | 7 | 1 | 6 |   | 7 | 1 |   |   | 7 |   | 1 |   |
|        |   |---|---|---|   |---|---|---|   |---|---|---|   |---|---|---|   |
|        |   | 5 |   | 8 |   | 5 | 8 |   |   | 5 | 8 | 6 |   | 5 | 8 | 6 |   |
|        |   '---'---'---'   '---'---'---'   '---'---'---'   '---'---'---'   |
|        |         8               9              10              11         |
|        |   ,---.---.---.   ,---.---.---.   ,---.---.---.   ,---.---.---.   |
|        |   | 2 | 4 | 3 |   | 2 | 4 | 3 |   | 2 | 4 | 3 |   | 2 | 4 | 3 |   |
|        |   |---|---|---|   |---|---|---|   |---|---|---|   |---|---|---|   |
|        |   |   | 7 | 1 |   | 5 | 7 | 1 |   | 5 | 7 | 1 |   | 5 | 7 | 1 |   |
|        |   |---|---|---|   |---|---|---|   |---|---|---|   |---|---|---|   |
|        |   | 5 | 8 | 6 |   |   | 8 | 6 |   | 8 |   | 6 |   | 8 | 6 |   |   |
|        |   '---'---'---'   '---'---'---'   '---'---'---'   '---'---'---'   |
|        |        12              13              14              15         |
|        |   ,---.---.---.   ,---.---.---.   ,---.---.---.   ,---.---.---.   |
|        |   | 2 | 4 | 3 |   | 2 | 4 | 3 |   | 2 | 4 | 3 |   | 2 | 4 | 3 |   |
|        |   |---|---|---|   |---|---|---|   |---|---|---|   |---|---|---|   |
|        |   | 5 | 7 |   |   | 5 |   | 7 |   |   | 5 | 7 |   | 8 | 5 | 7 |   |
|        |   |---|---|---|   |---|---|---|   |---|---|---|   |---|---|---|   |
|        |   | 8 | 6 | 1 |   | 8 | 6 | 1 |   | 8 | 6 | 1 |   |   | 6 | 1 |   |
|        |   '---'---'---'   '---'---'---'   '---'---'---'   '---'---'---'   |
|        |        16              17              18              19         |
|        |   ,---.---.---.   ,---.---.---.   ,---.---.---.   ,---.---.---.   |
|        |   | 2 | 4 | 3 |   | 2 | 4 | 3 |   | 2 |   | 3 |   |   | 2 | 3 |   |
|        |   |---|---|---|   |---|---|---|   |---|---|---|   |---|---|---|   |
|        |   | 8 | 5 | 7 |   | 8 |   | 7 |   | 8 | 4 | 7 |   | 8 | 4 | 7 |   |
|        |   |---|---|---|   |---|---|---|   |---|---|---|   |---|---|---|   |
|        |   | 6 |   | 1 |   | 6 | 5 | 1 |   | 6 | 5 | 1 |   | 6 | 5 | 1 |   |
|        |   '---'---'---'   '---'---'---'   '---'---'---'   '---'---'---'   |
|        |        20              21              22              23         |
|        |                   ,---.---.---.   ,---.---.---.                   |
|        |                   | 8 | 2 | 3 |   | 8 | 2 | 3 |                   |
|        |                   |---|---|---|   |---|---|---|                   |
|        |                   |   | 4 | 7 |   | 4 |   | 7 |                   |
|        |                   |---|---|---|   |---|---|---|                   |
|        |                   | 6 | 5 | 1 |   | 6 | 5 | 1 |                   |
|        |                   '---'---'---'   '---'---'---'                   |
|        |                        24              25                         |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk up

  F o r k  i n  t h e  R o a d
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• Tap the lighting to the right of the door (Hint Coin 053)

• Tap the bushes in the bottom left corner (Hint Coin 054)

• Tap the towel to the left of the screen, near the building (Hint Coin 055)

• Talk to the man (Zappone) on the screen (Puzzle 038)

,============================================================================.
|                       PUZZLE 038: ISLAND HOPPING              PICARATS: 20 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | Follow the paths along and try to visit as many islands as you    |
|        | can. Look at the island/s that you couldn't visit. Is there a way |
|        | that you could visit the island with the addition of the single   |
|        | bridge?                                                           |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | You need to build the bridge from the grey-coloured island. If    |
|        | you start in the bottom left hand corner, move right two islands  |
|        | and up one island. This is the one you are looking for. From this |
|        | island your bridge needs to go north-east to the island here.     |
|        | This island has a house with a purple roof on it.                 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Strange Gizmo 18                                                  |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Talk to Agnes (Puzzle 039)

,============================================================================.
|                     PUZZLE 039: ONE-LINE PUZZLE 2             PICARATS: 30 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | Same as the last one, just look at each picture and try and draw  |
|        | it with one line.                                                 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | The hat in the top right hand corner.                             |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk to the left

  M a r k e t
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the stack that is to the left of the stall on the right side of the
  screen (Hint Coin 056)

• Tap the floor underneath a stall to the left of the old man (Archibald)
  (Hint Coin 057)

• Tap the red and white jars to the left of Archibald (Hint Coin 058)

• Talk to Archibald (Puzzle 040)

,============================================================================.
|                        PUZZLE 40: HOW OLD IS DAD?             PICARATS: 30 |
|============================================================================|
|   UK   | FATHER'S AGE                                         PICARATS: 30 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HINT  | Half the father's age plus the son's age should give you the      |
|        | answer, which means that half the father's age must be equal to   |
|        | the son's age.                                                    |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | The son is 22, so the father must be 44.                          |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Strange Gizmo 19                                                  |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Tap the corner wall above and slightly to the left of Archibald (Puzzle 101)

,============================================================================.
|                       PUZZLE 101: SPLITTING IT UP            PICARATS: 40  |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | Only the small cubes in the middle of each side will only have 1  |
|        | side painted.  How many sides does a cube have?                   |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 6                                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk to the right

  N o r t h e r n  H i l l
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the chimney on a red/orange roof (Hint Coin 059)

• Tap the window in a green-grey roof (Hint Coin 060)

• Tap a small green-grey part of the path below the man (Jarvis) in this
  screen (Hint Coin 061)

• Speak to Jarvis

• Walk down

  N o r t h e n  P a t h
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the pebble in the middle of the path at the bottom of the screen (Hint
  Coin 062)

• Tap the wall light near you (Hint Coin 063)

• Tap a pebble near a building on the left in the middle of the screen (Hint
  Coin 064)

• Talk to Gerard (Puzzle 041)

,============================================================================.
|                         PUZZLE 41: SPARE CHANGE               PICARATS: 10 |
|============================================================================|
|   UK   | SPARE CHANGE                                         PICARATS: 30 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HINT  | Start at one end of the rope. Shade in any area below the rope    |
|        | and leave the upper area blank. Once you have coloured the        |
|        | relevant area in, count how many coins you have left and this     |
|        | will be the answer.                                               |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 9                                                                 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Strange Gizmo 20                                                  |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• After finding Strange Gizmo 20 - You can now build the Gizmo to help you
  find Hint Coins and Puzzles

• Talk to Gerard again (Puzzle 042)

,============================================================================.
|                      PUZZLE 042: CAMERA AND CASE              PICARATS: 50 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | Cost of Camera = Cost of Case + $300                              |
|        | Cost of Case   = Cost of Set - Cost of Camera                     |
|        | Cost of Camera = Cost of Set - Cost of Camera + $300              |
|        | Cost of Camera = $305                                             |
|        | Cost of Case   = $5                                               |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 95                                                                |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk down

  F o r k  i n  t h e  R o a d
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Talk to Zappone

• Walk down

  C l o c k  T o w e r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk down

  V i l l a g e  S q u a r e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk back into the Clock Tower to make Lucy appear

  C l o c k  T o w e r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Talk to Lucy (Puzzle 043)

,============================================================================.
|                      PUZZLE 043: THREE UMBRELLAS              PICARATS: 20 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | This is a trick question. If two out of three people have their   |
|        | own umbrella, then the remaining umbrella must be the last        |
|        | person's too.                                                     |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | The answer is 0. There is no chance that only two people can take |
|        | their own umbrella.                                               |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Blue Bed ---> Luke                                                |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk down

  V i l l a g e  S q u a r e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Enter the Mayor's office via the blue door

  V i l l a g e  H a l l
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Talk to Rodney (Puzzle 044)

,============================================================================.
|                       PUZZLE 044: STAMP STUMPER               PICARATS: 50 |
|============================================================================|
| ANSWER |           ,--.--.--.--.         ,--.--.   ,--.--.                 |
|        |           |10|20|10|60|         |10|20|   |10|60|                 |
|        |           |--|--|--|--|--.      |--|--|   '--|--|--.              |
|        |           |20|50|30|20|10|      |20|50| ,--. |20|10|              |
|        |           |--|--|--|--|--|      '--'--' |30| '--'--'              |
|        |           |10|30|10|30|20|           ,--|--|--.                   |
|        |           |--|--|--|--|--|           |30|10|30|                   |
|        |           |80|20|90|10|40|      ,--  '--'--'--'   ,--.            |
|        |           |--|--|--|--|--|      |10|      ,--.--. |20|            |
|        |           |10|70|10|30|10|      |--| ,--. |90|10| |--|            |
|        |           '--'--'--'--'--'      |80| |20| '--'--' |40|            |
|        |                START            |--| |--|--.   ,--|--|            |
|        |                                 |10| |70|10|   |30|10|            |
|        |                                 '--' '--'--'   '--'--'            |
|        |                                         FINISH                    |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Leave the building

  V i l l a g e  H a l l
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk to the left

  P a r k  R o a d
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Enter the Restaurant

  R e s t a u r a n t
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Talk to Crouton

,============================================================================.
|       Checklist (without using Hint Coins or guessing wrong answers)       |
|============================================================================|
|      Puzzles Solved = 50                              Hint Coins = 74      |
|      UK Picarats = 1545                            US Picarats = 1525      |
'----------------------------------------------------------------------------'


,============================================================================.
| ,========================================================================. |
| | 4g)             C H A P T E R  4  -  N I G H T  F A L L S       [WKC4] | |
| '========================================================================' |
'============================================================================'

  P a r k  R o a d
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the sewer cover (Hint Coin 065)

• Tap the end of the left path (Hint Coin 066)

• Tap the bag on the right path (Hint Coin 067)

• Talk to the girl (Adrea) on this screen (Puzzle 045)

,============================================================================.
|                     PUZZLE 045: PUZZLED ALIENS (US)           PICARATS: 30 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | Breaking this down simply, think of an object that draws circles  |
|        | on sheets of paper. You probably had one of these at school.      |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | COMPASS                                                           |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Painting Scrap 06                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                      PUZZLE 045: LUNAR WEIGHT (UK)            PICARATS: 30 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | 1/6th of 600g is 100g, but that is not the answer. Remember that  |
|        | the needle in the scales will also be 1/6th of the weight it was  |
|        | on Earth as well.                                                 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | B                                                                 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Painting Scrap 06                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk to the right

  V i l l a g e  S q u a r e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the window above the clock in the tower (Hint Coin 068)

• Tap the chimney that is second from the right (Hint Coin 069)

• Tap the barrel to the left of Gerard, the right one of the two (Hint Coin
  070)

• Tap the middle of the roof with a chimney to the right of the tower
  (Hint Coin 071)

• Talk to Gerard

• Walk to the left

  P a r k  R o a d
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk up

  P a r k  G a t e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap to top of the right pillar (Hint Coin 072)

• Tap just below the top of the left wall (Hint Coin 073)

• Tap on the left side of the rubbish on the right (Hint Coin 074)

• Talk to Deke (Puzzle 046)

,============================================================================.
|                     PUZZLE 46: THE BIGGEST STAR (US)         PICARATS: 20  |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | This is kind of a cop-out but the bottom point of the star will   |
|        | be touching the Earth (as it is technically "in space"). Start at |
|        | the tree in the middle of the screen. Now look at the four        |
|        | biggest stars in the sky.                                         |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | The stars are formed something like this:                         |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |       1     2        1) Connect 1 to 4 and 5.                     |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |                      2) Connect 2 to 3 and 5.                     |
|        |   3            4                                                  |
|        |                      3) Connect 3 to 4.                           |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |          5                                                        |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Stuffed Bear ---> Luke                                            |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'


,============================================================================.
|                     PUZZLE 46: STAR IN THE SKY (UK)           PICARATS: 20 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | 1/6th of 600g is 100g, but that is not the answer. Remember that  |
|        | the needle in the scales will also be 1/6th of the weight it was  |
|        | on Earth as well.                                                 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 12                                                                |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Stuffed Bear ---> Luke                                            |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk down

  P a r k   R o a d
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk to the right

  V i l l a g e  S q u a r e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk down

  E n t r a n c e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the left chimney (Hint Coin 075)

• Tap the trash can next to the barrel on the right (Hint Coin 076)

• Tap the sign to the right of the Inn door (Hint Coin 077)

• Tap the higher sign hanging off the right side of the Inn (Puzzle 113)

,============================================================================.
|                        PUZZLE 113: PET MENAGERIE             PICARATS: 30  |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | Only the canaries have 2 wings and 2 legs each.  That means that  |
|        | there are 3 canaries, leaving you with 7 animals with 20 legs.    |
|        | The 3 shells indicate that the man has 3 tortoises, which has 4   |
|        | legs each.  This means that the tortoises together have 12 legs.  |
|        | This leaves you with 4 animals with 8 legs.                       |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | The only animals left are dogs and snakes.  This puzzle requires  |
|        | that snakes have no legs and the dogs have 4 legs.  You should be |
|        | able to work out how many snakes if you account for the dog legs. |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | C                                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Tap on the Inn door (blue door) (Automatically speak to Beatrice)
  (Wristwatch)

• Walk up

  V i l l a g e  S q u a r e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Talk to Gerard (Puzzle 047)

,============================================================================.
|                         PUZZLE 047: ON THE RUN                PICARATS: 40 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | The bandit's possible routes through town are pre-set, as he has  |
|        | to turn each time he meets an intersection. The exit you are      |
|        | looking for must have an intersection directly in front of it as  |
|        | you approach it head on. Though there are a couple of exits with  |
|        | intersections in front of them, you can only approach one of them |
|        | head on. Which is it?                                             |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | B                                                                 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Cream Rug ---> Luke                                               |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk up

  C l o c k  T o w e r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the panel to the left of the left doorway. It is sticking out from the
  wall. (Hint Coin 078)

• Tap the second window from the left (Hint Coin 079)

• Tap the rock to the right of the right doorway, on the floor (Hint Coin 080)

• Tap the cat and mouse (Puzzle 048)

,============================================================================.
|                        PUZZLE 048: CATS AND MICE              PICARATS: 25 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | The answer is not 100. If 5 cats catch five mice in five minutes, |
|        | then in 10 minutes 5 cats can catch 10 mice. Multiply the 10      |
|        | minutes by 10 to make 100 minutes.                                |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 5                                                                 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Painting Scrap 07                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Talk to Lucy (Puzzle 049)

,============================================================================.
|                         PUZZLE 049: 1,000 TIMES               PICARATS: 20 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | Start with the letter A and work your way through the alphabet.   |
|        | Hopefully you will hit something that will make sense to you.     |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | M. 1 metre is 1,000 times 1 millimetre.                           |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Bookcase ---> Luke                                                |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk up

  F o r k  i n  t h e  R o a d
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap on the left-most window in the background (Hint Coin 081)

• Tap the window in the top right corner of the screen (Hint Coin 082)

• Tap a pebble in front of the cafe, on the slate connected to the cafe door
  (Hint Coin 083)

• Talk to Marco (Puzzle 050)

,============================================================================.
|                         PUZZLE 050: OTTF? (US)               PICARATS: 20  |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | The letters on the card denote a sequence. The letters are the    |
|        | first letter of each word in the sequence. Really it's not all    |
|        | that hard. You just need to think of a common sequence.           |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | The letters are actually the first letters in a number sequence.  |
|        | One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven, Eight, Nine, Ten. The    |
|        | missing letter is F (for Five).                                   |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Teak Bureau ---> Layton                                           |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                      PUZZLE 050: NUMBER MAZE (UK)             PICARATS: 20 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | Work backwards from the possible goal squares. You can only move  |
|        | horizontally on to the goal square and the solution has to use    |
|        | the number of moves of the square before the goal is reached.     |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | B                                                                 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Teak Bureau ---> Layton                                           |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Enter the cafe via touching the door in the middle of the screen

  C r u m m ' s  C a f e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the left chair (Hint Coin 084)

• Tap the picture in the blue frame above the last Hint Coin (Hint Coin 085)

• Tap the top of the cabinet on the right, where two walls meet (Hint Coin
  086)

• Talk to the man behind the counter (Crumm)

• Talk to Zappone (Puzzle 051)

,============================================================================.
|                       PUZZLE 051: THE TOWN BARBERS            PICARATS: 10 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | If everyone in town goes to one of the two barbers, then the      |
|        | barbers themselves must go to each other. Looking at the picture, |
|        | the guy with the bad haircut must go to the other barber. The guy |
|        | with the good haircut also goes to the other barber.              |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | This being true, you should go to the guy with the bad haircut,   |
|        | because he gives good haircuts. The answer is A.                  |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Painting Scrap 08                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Tap the bottom right bottle (Puzzle 106)

,============================================================================.
|                     PUZZLE 106: HOW MANY GLASSES?             PICARATS: 20 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | The cups are arranged like this:                                  |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | F F F E E E                                                       |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | F E F E F E                                                       |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | F is for FULL and E is for EMPTY. You can only pick one glass up  |
|        | at a time, but that's all you need. On the top row, if you picked |
|        | up the middle FULL glass and tipped the contents into the middle  |
|        | EMPTY glass, you would get the same arrangement as the bottom row.|
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 1                                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk down

  F o r k  i n  t h e  R o a d
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk to the left

  M a r k e t
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the jar on the right (Hint Coin 087)

• Tap the barrel on the left (Hint Coin 088)

• Tap the top of the box next to the man (Giuseppe) on the screen (Hint Coin
  089)

• Talk to Agnes (Puzzle 053)

,============================================================================.
|                          PUZZLE 053: FISH THIEF               PICARATS: 35 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | If you say that A is lying, then B must be lying too, as their    |
|        | statements agree. By this logic, neither of these can be the liar.|
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | C                                                                 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Television ---> Luke                                              |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Talk to Giuseppe (Puzzle 054)

,============================================================================.
|                           PUZZLE 054: MONSTER!                PICARATS: 20 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | There are many pairs of lights around the village, posing as      |
|        | eyes. None of these are the monster. To find it, look up into the |
|        | night sky. Rotate your DS to the right and look at the sky. You   |
|        | should see the silhouette of the monster.                         |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | The monster's eye is the moon.                                    |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Painting Scrap 09                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk to the right

  N o r t h e r n  H i l l
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the top of the right chimney (Hint Coin 090)

• Table the top of the lower roof on the left, as close to the left side as
  possible (Hint Coin 091)

• Tap the stairs on the right side of the screen, in the background (Hint Coin
  092)

• Talk to Pauly (Puzzle 052)

,============================================================================.
|                         PUZZLE 052: FIND A STAR               PICARATS: 30 |
|============================================================================|
| ANSWER | I can't exactly give you a perfect ASCII diagram of where the     |
|        | star is, but hopefully I can point you in the right direction.    |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | ,------------------.                                              |
|        | |                  |                                              |
|        | |  **              |   * The Star us around here, tilted at a     |
|        | |  **              |     slight angle.                            |
|        | |                  |                                              |
|        | |                  |                                              |
|        | |                  |                                              |
|        | '------------------'                                              |
|        |        SCREEN                                                     |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Painting Scrap 10                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk down

  N o r t h e r n  P a t h
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the green-grey patch of the path on the right, near the shoe on the
  screen (Hint Coin 093)

• Tab the crack in the wall next to the lighted window on the left (Hint Coin
  094)

• Tap the dark area just below the middle of the screen, near a lighted window
  (Hint Coin 095)

• Enter the blue door on the left


  P r o s c i u t t o ' s
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the second-to-bottom shelf of the bookcase on the left side (Hint Coin
  096)

• Tap the green book with a yellow dot on the floor (Hint Coin 097)

• Tap the shaded area of the floor above the read book on the floor, on the
  right (Hint Coin 098)

• Talk to the man (Prosciutto) eating at the table

• Tap the meat hanging above Prosciutto (Puzzle 114)

,============================================================================.
|                      PUZZLE 114: TETRAHEDRON TRIAL            PICARATS: 10 |
|============================================================================|
|   UK   | TETRAHEDRON TRIAL                                    PICARATS: 20 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HINT  | Ignore the red lines and just look at the blue. There is only one |
|        | triangle that has a blue line that will match up with the next    |
|        | triangle on the left.                                             |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | C                                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Tap on the door on the right to leave this house

,============================================================================.
|       Checklist (without using Hint Coins or guessing wrong answers)       |
|============================================================================|
|      Puzzles Solved = 63                             Hint Coins = 108      |
|      UK Picarats = 1865                            US Picarats = 1845      |
'----------------------------------------------------------------------------'

• After a few scenes, you end up in the Manor Parlour


,============================================================================.
| ,========================================================================. |
| | 4h)                  A F T E R  C H A P T E R  4                [WLA4] | |
| '========================================================================' |
'============================================================================'

  M a n o r  P a r l o u r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Talk to Gordon (Puzzle 012)

,============================================================================.
|                       PUZZLE 012: MAKE A RECTANGLE            PICARATS: 40 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | Obviously the shape that you have to cut out will be quite        |
|        | unusually-shaped. Notice the cut-out in the left hand side of the |
|        | shape? You should find a way to fill that in.                     |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | Cut along the stars.                                              |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |               ,--.--.--.--.--.                                    |
|        |               |  |  |  |  |  |                                    |
|        |               |******--|--'--'      ,--.     ,--.--.              |
|        |               |  |  *  |            |  |     |  |  |              |
|        |               |--|--*--'            |--|     |--|--|              |
|        |               |  |  |               |  |     |  |  |              |
|        |               '--|--|               |--|--.  '--|--|              |
|        |                  |  |               |  |  | --> |  |              |
|        |               ,--|--|               |--|--'  ,--|--|              |
|        |               |  |  |               |  |     |  |  |              |
|        |               |--|--|               |--|     |--|--|              |
|        |               |  |  |               |  |     |  |  |              |
|        |               '--'--'               '--'     '--'--'              |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk down

  M a n o r  F o y e r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Talk to Matthew

• Walk down

• After a few scenes, you end up in the Inn.

  I n n
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the light switch above the stairs on the right (Hint Coin 099)

• Talk to Beatrice (Puzzle 055)

,============================================================================.
|                       PUZZLE 055: THE ODD SANDWICH            PICARATS: 20 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | If you cut the sandwich like this, it will fit into the box:      |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |                          ,------.                                 |
|        |                          |     /                                  |
|        |                          |     \                                  |
|        |                          |******\                                 |
|        |                          |      /                                 |
|        |                          |_____/                                  |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 1                                                                 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Simple Chair ---> Luke                                            |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk down

  E n t r a n c e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the top of the right chimney (Hint Coin 100)

• Talk to Stachen (Puzzle 056)

,============================================================================.
|                        PUZZLE 056: THE LAZY GUARD             PICARATS: 30 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | The example picture is very misleading, as it suggests that you   |
|        | must move up, down, left or right. However, diagonal moves are    |
|        | actually allowed.                                                 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER |  ,---.---.---.  Start in Room 1 and you can walk diagonally       |
|        | A| 1 | 2 | 3 |  through Room 5 and into Room 9. You will now make |
|        |  |---|---|---|  your first turn upward. Go through Room 6 and     |
|        |  | 4 | 5 | 6 |  into Room 3. Here you will have to make your      |
|        |  |---|---|---|  second turn. Here you can go diagonally back      |
|        | B| 7 | 8 | 9 |  through Room 5 and then through Room 4 and        |
|        |  '---'---'---'  finally into Room 7. You have now visited all     |
|        |                 rooms.                                            |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |  The answer is 2.                                                 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Desk ---> Luke                                                    |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

  V i l l a g e  S q u a r e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the chimney to the left of the clock tower (Hint Coin 101)

• Talk to Deke (Puzzle 057)

,============================================================================.
|                        PUZZLE 057: CUT WHICH ONE?             PICARATS: 30 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | Each ring should be connected to two rings. If a single ring is   |
|        | connected to three or more others, then you know a chain cannot   |
|        | be formed and one of these rings must be cut.                     |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | The exception to this is the end rings. These rings should only   |
|        | be connected to one other. If you can find these ends, you should |
|        | be able to work out how to form the chain.                        |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | The ends are the F ring and the A ring.                           |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | D                                                                 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Pile of Books ---> Luke                                           |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk to the right

  M a n o r  R o a d
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tab the brick wall to the left of the path leading to the manor (Hint Coin
  102)

• Tap the piece of paper below Marco

• Talk to Marco (Puzzle 059)

,============================================================================.
|                       PUZZLE 059: THE LONGEST PATH            PICARATS: 50 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | Obviously you should try and cover as much ground as possible     |
|        | with your route. See how many roads you can pass down without     |
|        | doubling back on your way to point B. Once you have a route, see  |
|        | if there is any way that you could extend it.                     |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | You can work out the distance of each route easily. Count the     |
|        | broad side of each block as 2 and the narrow side as 1. Count up  |
|        | your route and see how it adds up. The actual route should add up |
|        | to 24.                                                            |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER |                        ,----------------.                         |
|        |                        | ,------------A |                         |
|        |                        | |@@@@@@ @@@@@  |                         |
|        |                        | |  ,---------. |                         |
|        |                        | |@@|@@@@@@ @@| |                         |
|        |                        | |@@'------.@@| |                         |
|        |                        | |@@ @@@@@@|@@| |                         |
|        |                        | '---------'  | |                         |
|        |                        |  @@@@@ @@@@@@| |                         |
|        |                        | B------------' |                         |
|        |                        '----------------'                         |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Painting Scrap 11                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Enter the shop (blue door)

  V i l l a g e  S h o p
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the left bottle near the middle of the left shelf behind the counter
  (Hint Coin 103)

• Walk down

  M a n o r  R o a d
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk up

  M a n o r  B o r d e r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the bottom-left corner of the screen, edging to the right if you do not
  find the Hint Coin (Hint Coin 104)

• Walk up

  R e i n h o l d  M a n o r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the brown bush next to the left of the manor (Hint Coin 105)

• Tap Claudia (Puzzle 060)

,============================================================================.
|                        PUZZLE 060: WEIGHING CATS              PICARATS: 30 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | Don't imagine that there are three red cats on the left hand side |
|        | of the scale. Instead, think of them as two blacks and one white  |
|        | (this is what they are equal to, see Diagram 2). By this logic    |
|        | you have six black cats and one white on the left hand side of    |
|        | the scale.                                                        |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |                     B B W                  W B                    |
|        |                    B B B B                W W W                   |
|        |                    ===.===               ===.===                  |
|        |                       |                     |                     |
|        |                       '----------'----------'                     |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | Now, if you look at Diagram 1, you will see that 4 whites are     |
|        | equal to five blacks. Take five blacks from the left of the scale |
|        | and four white from the right.                                    |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | This leaves one white and one black one the left of the scale. On |
|        | the right hand side there is a single black cat. This means the   |
|        | left hand side is heavier.                                        |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | Left                                                              |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Painting Scrap 12                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Tap the door of the manor

  M a n o r  F o y e r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the middle of the second step of the stairs on the left. If you do not
  find the coin, try the step above it. (Hint Coin 106)

• Walk up

• A scene will play out that will take you back to the Manor Foyer

• Walk up

  M a n o r  P a r l o u r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the round thing to the left of the window (Hint Coin 107)

• Talk to Gordon (Puzzle 061)

,============================================================================.
|                       PUZZLE 061: PIN BOARD SHAPES            PICARATS: 40 |
|============================================================================|
| ANSWER |  . . . . . . .                                                    |
|        |     / \ / \                                                       |
|        |  . . . . . . .                                                    |
|        |   /         \                                                     |
|        |  . . . . . . .                                                    |
|        |   \         /   Join the stars up and you will get a cross that's |
|        |  . . . . . . .  rotated 45 degrees. It will have 17 pins inside   |
|        |   /         \   and 16 outside.                                   |
|        |  . . . . . . .                                                    |
|        |   \         /                                                     |
|        |  . . . . . . .                                                    |
|        |     \ / \ /                                                       |
|        |  . . . . . . .                                                    |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Wall Clock ---> Layton                                            |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Talk to Chelmey (Puzzle 062)

,============================================================================.
|                  PUZZLE 062: A MYSTERIOUS NOTE (US)           PICARATS: 40 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | Turn your DS upside down. Notice anything?                        |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | Bill                                                              |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Painting Scrap 13                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                  PUZZLE 062: A TRICKY INHERITANCE (UK)        PICARATS: 40 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | A 20m by 20m square has 400m.  Split the square into 4 smaller    |
|        | squares and you should notice the top-left square has half of it  |
|        | taken up by a part of the triangle.  Use the remaining parts of   |
|        | the triangle to fill an entire square.  If the triangle fills     |
|        | 1 1/2 of 100m squares, how much space does it take up?            |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 150m                                                              |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Painting Scrap 13                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Talk to Lady Dahlia (Puzzle 063)

,============================================================================.
|                        PUZZLE 063: HOW OLD IS MOM             PICARATS: 20 |
|============================================================================|
|   UK   | MOTHER'S AGE                                         PICARATS: 20 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HINT  | Obviously both parents were very young when this situation took   |
|        | place. If the mother was one and the father was two he would be   |
|        | twice her age. The next year she would be 2 and he would be 3. He |
|        | would be one and a half times her age. This means the mother is a |
|        | year younger than the father.                                     |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | The answer is 43.                                                 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Splendid Painting ---> Layton                                     |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Talk to Gordon again (Puzzle 103)

,============================================================================.
|                        PUZZLE 103: WOOD CUTOUTS              PICARATS: 40  |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | First of all, you should work out how many squares each section   |
|        | must have. Once you have done this, you should try and work out   |
|        | the rough kind of shape that the pieces need to be.               |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | Your first thought is probably to break the shape up into         |
|        | quarters. However, since the shapes can't be mirrored images of   |
|        | each other this doesn't work. The shape you are looking for is    |
|        | the shape of an office staple, just like the in-game hint states. |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | Follow the stars marked out below.                                |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |                 ,---.---.               .---.---.                 |
|        |                 |   |   |               |   |   |                 |
|        |                 |---****|               |****---|                 |
|        |                 |   *   |               |   *   |                 |
|        |                 |---*---|---.---.---.---|---*---|                 |
|        |                 |   *   |   |   |   |   |   *   |                 |
|        |                 |---*************************---|                 |
|        |                 |   *   |   |   |   |   |   *   |                 |
|        |                 |---*---|---'---'---'---|---*---|                 |
|        |                 |   *   |               |   *   |                 |
|        |                 |---****|               |****---|                 |
|        |                 |   |   |               |   |   |                 |
|        |                 '---'---'               '---'---'                 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Mysterious Bottle ---> Layton                                     |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk down

  M a n o r  F o y e r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk down

  R e i n h o l d  M a n o r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk down

  M a n o r  B o r d e r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Talk to Ramon

,============================================================================.
|       Checklist (without using Hint Coins or guessing wrong answers)       |
|============================================================================|
|      Puzzles Solved = 73                             Hint Coins = 117      |
|      UK Picarats = 2205                            US Picarats = 2175      |
'----------------------------------------------------------------------------'


,============================================================================.
| ,========================================================================. |
| | 4i)        C H A P T E R  5  -  T H E  H U N T  B E G I N S     [WKC5] | |
| '========================================================================' |
'============================================================================'

  M a n o r  B o r d e r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk up

  R e i n h o l d  M a n o r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk into the manor

  M a n o r  F o y e r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Talk to Matthew

• Walk down

  R e i n h o l d  M a n o r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk down

  M a n o r  B o r d e r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk down

  M a n o r  R o a d
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Talk to Ingrid

• Walk up

  M a n o r  B o r d e r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap on Matthew (the person pacing up and down across the stream)

• After the scene, walk up

  R e i n h o l d  M a n o r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk into the manor

  M a n o r  F o y e r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk up the stairs

  M a n o r  P a r l o u r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk up

  D a h l i a ' s  R o o m
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the books on the desk on the left

• Walk down

  M a n o r  P a r l o u r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk down

  M a n o r  F o y e r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk down

  R e i n h o l d  M a n o r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Talk to Ingrid

• Walk down

  M a n o r  B o r d e r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk Down

  M a n o r  R o a d
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk to the left

  V i l l a g e  S q u a r e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap on the blue door on the right

  V i l l a g e  H a l l
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap on the desk on the right, near the door (Hint Coin 108)

• Talk to Rodney (Puzzle 064)

,============================================================================.
|                         PUZZLE 064: ODD EQUATIONS            PICARATS: 30  |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | Don't think of the equations as mere sums. Think of the numbers   |
|        | as the time of day.                                               |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 1                                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Tap on the door on the right to leave

  V i l l a g e  S q u a r e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk down

  E n t r a n c e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk down

  D r a w b r i d g e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the bottom-left corner of the screen, edging up if you do not get the
  Hint Coin (Hint Coin 109)

• Walk to the left

  E n t r a n c e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk up

  V i l l a g e  S q u a r e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk to the left

  P a r k  R o a d
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the stone wall to the right of the park get in the background (Hint Coin
  110)

• Talk to Pauly (Puzzle 076)

,============================================================================.
|                       PUZZLE 076: A TILE SQUARE (US)          PICARATS: 20 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | You should remember that you are given three dimensions and that  |
|        | you need to use them all. You don't need to make up the square    |
|        | with the faces of the tile.                                       |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | You may think about finish the lowest common denominator for 10   |
|        | and 12. The answer to this is 60. However, using the third        |
|        | dimension you can bring this number down considerably.            |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | If you stand the tiles on end and place them next to each other,  |
|        | how many of these will you need to equal the distance of one of   |
|        |  the other sides?                                                 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | This answer is 20: 0.5 x 20 = 10                                  |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                      PUZZLE 076: FLOWER GARDEN (UK)           PICARATS: 30 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | Counting each fence panel will work, but it will also take a long |
|        | time.  The more compact the shape is, the less fencing that will  |
|        | be required.  You want to find out the area that is the least     |
|        | compact.                                                          |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | D is the correct answer.                                          |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | A = 14     B = 20     C = 18     D = 26                           |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Talk to Adrea (Puzzle 077)

,============================================================================.
|                          PUZZLE 077: WHICH JOB?               PICARATS: 10 |
|============================================================================|
|   UK   | WHICH JOB?                                           PICARATS: 20 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HINT  | The obvious answer is A. However, if you take them time to think  |
|        | about it, you may realise it isn't so obvious. Think about how    |
|        | much money you will earn for A and B in the first three years you |
|        | work for them.                                                    |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | B                                                                 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Houseplant ---> Layton                                            |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Enter the restaurant via the blue door

  R e s t a u r a n t
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the centre light in the right chandelier (Hint Coin 111)

• Talk to Crouton (Puzzle 078)

,============================================================================.
|                        PUZZLE 078: WATER PITCHERS             PICARATS: 60 |
|============================================================================|
| ANSWER | Follow the list of moves below.                                   |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |  1) Pour 16 into 9.     2) Pour 9 into 7.     3) Pour 7 into 16.  |
|        |  4) Pour 9 into 7.      5) Pour 16 into 9.    6) Pour 9 into 7.   |
|        |  7) Pour 7 into 16.     8) Pour 9 into 7.     9) Pour 16 into 9.  |
|        | 10) Pour 9 into 7.     11) Pour 7 into 16.   12) Pour 9 into 7.   |
|        | 13) Pour 16 into 9.    14) Pour 9 into 7.    15) Pour 7 into 16.  |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Flower Bouquet ---> Layton                                        |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Talk to Crouton (again) (Puzzle 079)

,============================================================================.
|                      PUZZLE 079: APPLES TO ORANGES            PICARATS: 40 |
|============================================================================|
| ANSWER |  1) ,-.-. .-. .-.-.  2) ,-.-. .-. .-.-.  3) ,-.-. .-. .-.-.       |
|        |     |O|O| |O| |A|A|     |O| | |O| |A|A|     |O|A| |O| |A|A|       |
|        |     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|       |
|        |     |O|O| | | |A|A|     |O| | | | |A|A|     |O| | | | | |A|       |
|        |     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|       |
|        |     |O|O| | | |A|A|     |O|O| |O| |A|A|     |O|O| |O| |A|A|       |
|        |     '-'-' '-' '-'-'     '-'-' '-' '-'-'     '-'-' '-' '-'-'       |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |  4) ,-.-. .-. .-.-.  5) ,-.-. .-. .-.-.  6) ,-.-. .-. .-.-.       |
|        |     |O|A| |O| | |A|     |O|A| |O| | | |     |O|A| |O| | |O|       |
|        |     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|       |
|        |     |O|A| | | | |A|     |O|A|A| | | |A|     |O|A|A| | | |A|       |
|        |     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|       |
|        |     |O|O| |O| |A|A|     |O|O| |O| |A|A|     |O|O| | | |A|A|       |
|        |     '-'-' '-' '-'-'     '-'-' '-' '-'-'     '-'-' '-' '-'-'       |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |  7) ,-.-. .-. .-.-.  8) ,-.-. .-. .-.-.  9) ,-.-. .-. .-.-.       |
|        |     |O|A| | | |O|O|     |O|A| | | |O|O|     |O|A| | | |O|O|       |
|        |     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|       |
|        |     |O|A|A| | | |A|     |O|A| | | |A|A|     |O| | | |A|A|A|       |
|        |     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|       |
|        |     |O|O| | | |A|A|     |O|O| | | |A|A|     |O|O| | | |A|A|       |
|        |     '-'-' '-' '-'-'     '-'-' '-' '-'-'     '-'-' '-' '-'-'       |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 10) ,-.-. .-. .-.-.  11),-.-. .-. .-.-.  12),-.-. .-. .-.-.       |
|        |     |O|A| |O| |O|O|     |O|A| |O| |O|O|     |O|A| |O| |O|O|       |
|        |     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|       |
|        |     |O| | | |A|A|A|     |O| | | |A|A|A|     |O| | | | |A|A|       |
|        |     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|       |
|        |     |O| | | | |A|A|     | | | |O| |A|A|     |A| | |O| |A|A|       |
|        |     '-'-' '-' '-'-'     '-'-' '-' '-'-'     '-'-' '-' '-'-'       |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |  13),-.-. .-. .-.-.  14),-.-. .-. .-.-.  15),-.-. .-. .-.-.       |
|        |     |O|A| |O| |O|O|     |O|A| |O| |O|O|     |O|A| |O| |O|O|       |
|        |     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|       |
|        |     |O| | | | | |A|     |O|A| | | | |A|     |O|A|A| | | |A|       |
|        |     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|       |
|        |     |A|A| |O| |A|A|     |A|A| |O| | |A|     |A|A| |O| | | |       |
|        |     '-'-' '-' '-'-'     '-'-' '-' '-'-'     '-'-' '-' '-'-'       |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |  16),-.-. .-. .-.-.  17),-.-. .-. .-.-.  18),-.-. .-. .-.-.       |
|        |     |O|A| | | |O|O|     |O|A| | | |O|O|     |O|A| | | |O|O|       |
|        |     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|       |
|        |     |O|A|A| | | |A|     |O|A|A| | | |A|     |O|A| | | |A|A|       |
|        |     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|       |
|        |     |A|A| |O| | |O|     |A|A| | | |O|O|     |A|A| | | |O|O|       |
|        |     '-'-' '-' '-'-'     '-'-' '-' '-'-'     '-'-' '-' '-'-'       |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |  19),-.-. .-. .-.-.  20),-.-. .-. .-.-.  21),-.-. .-. .-.-.       |
|        |     |O|A| | | |O|O|     |O|A| | | |O|O|     | |A| |O| |O|O|       |
|        |     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|       |
|        |     |O| | | |A|A|A|     | | | | |A|A|A|     | | | | |A|A|A|       |
|        |     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|       |
|        |     |A|A| | | |O|O|     |A|A| |O| |O|O|     |A|A| |O| |O|O|       |
|        |     '-'-' '-' '-'-'     '-'-' '-' '-'-'     '-'-' '-' '-'-'       |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |  22),-.-. .-. .-.-.  23),-.-. .-. .-.-.  24),-.-. .-. .-.-.       |
|        |     |A|A| |O| |O|O|     |A|A| |O| |O|O|     |A|A| |O| |O|O|       |
|        |     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|       |
|        |     | | | | | |A|A|     |A| | | | | |A|     |A|A| | | | | |       |
|        |     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|       |
|        |     |A|A| |O| |O|O|     |A|A| |O| |O|O|     |A|A| |O| |O|O|       |
|        |     '-'-' '-' '-'-'     '-'-' '-' '-'-'     '-'-' '-' '-'-'       |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |            25) ,-.-. .-. .-.-.  26) ,-.-. .-. .-.-.               |
|        |                |A|A| | | |O|O|      |A|A| | | |O|O|               |
|        |                |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|      |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|               |
|        |                |A|A| | | | |O|      |A|A| | | |O|O|               |
|        |                |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|      |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|               |
|        |                |A|A| |O| |O|O|      |A|A| | | |O|O|               |
|        |                '-'-' '-' '-'-'      '-'-' '-' '-'-'               |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Painting Scrap 14                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Talk to Nick (Puzzle 080)

,============================================================================.
|                       PUZZLE 080: TOO MANY QUEENS 1          PICARATS: 20  |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | You can place the queens down as many times as you want. If you   |
|        | press submit and you are wrong, you will be shown which queens    |
|        | are blocking each others movement.                                |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | The main thing that you have to bare in mind is that none of the  |
|        | queens can block another. Knowing this, you can only place one    |
|        | queen on a each row and one on each column.                       |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER |                         ,---.---.---.---.                         |
|        |                         |   | Q |   |   |                         |
|        |                         |---|---|---|---|                         |
|        |                         |   |   |   | Q |                         |
|        |                         |---|---|---|---|                         |
|        |                         | Q |   |   |   |                         |
|        |                         |---|---|---|---|                         |
|        |                         |   |   | Q |   |                         |
|        |                         '---'---'---'---'                         |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Stuffed Chair ---> Layton                                         |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Talk to Nick again (Puzzle 081)

,============================================================================.
|                       PUZZLE 081: TOO MANY QUEENS 2          PICARATS: 40  |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | This is pretty much the same puzzle as you played previously,     |
|        | except the board is bigger and you have an extra queen. Don't     |
|        | forget, you can only have one queen on each column and one on     |
|        | each row. If you can arrange them in such a way, then you only    |
|        | have to look out for the diagonals.                               |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | The in-game hint will tell you to place a piece in the very       |
|        | centre of the board. This is good advice. You now need to place   |
|        | the remaining four queens on the outside spaces.                  |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | If you cut the board in half, you will see that the queens will   |
|        | be arranged in the same place but on the other side of the board  |
|        | flipped 180 degrees.                                              |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER |   ,---.---.---.---.---.                                           |
|        |   |   | Q |   |   |   |                                           |
|        |   |---|---|---|---|---|                                           |
|        |   |   |   |   |   | Q |                                           |
|        |   |---|---|---|---|---|  You can flip this image around and the   |
|        |   |   |   | Q |   |   |  answer will still be right.              |
|        |   |---|---|---|---|---|                                           |
|        |   | Q |   |   |   |   |                                           |
|        |   |---|---|---|---|---|                                           |
|        |   |   |   |   | Q |   |                                           |
|        |   '---'---'---'---'---'                                           |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Painting Scrap 15                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Talk to Nick for a third time (Puzzle 082)

,============================================================================.
|                       PUZZLE 082: TOO MANY QUEENS 3          PICARATS: 60  |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | A little bit of a twist to this one. Since you only have three    |
|        | queens, you need to place one of them in a corner to cover the    |
|        | spaces along two edges. One of the other two must be placed along |
|        | one of the other edges. The remaining queen should not be placed  |
|        | on one of the edge spaces, but should still be able to cover the  |
|        | majority of the spaces down that edge.                            |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER |  ,---.---.---.---.---.                                            |
|        |  |   |   |   |   | Q |                                            |
|        |  |---|---|---|---|---|                                            |
|        |  |   |   |   |   |   |                                            |
|        |  |---|---|---|---|---|  You can flip this image around in various |
|        |  | Q |   |   |   |   |  ways and still find the correct answer.   |
|        |  |---|---|---|---|---|                                            |
|        |  |   |   | Q |   |   |                                            |
|        |  |---|---|---|---|---|                                            |
|        |  |   |   |   |   |   |                                            |
|        |  '---'---'---'---'---'                                            |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Hat Rack ---> Layton                                              |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Talk to Nick for a fourth time (Puzzle 083)

,============================================================================.
|                       PUZZLE 083: TOO MANY QUEENS 4          PICARATS: 80  |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | Remember this is an 8x8 board and you have 5 pieces to place.     |
|        | Only on queen per column and one per row. Arrange your queens     |
|        | like this before worrying about the diagonal moves.               |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | Really there's not all that much I can tell you, so here are the  |
|        | in-game hints:                                                    |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 1) Leave the four corner spaces empty.                            |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 2) Place one queen in the space third from the top in the far     |
|        |    left column. Place another queen in the far-right column,      |
|        |    three spaces from the bottom.                                  |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 3) One queen goes in the space one to the right of the upper-left |
|        |    corner. Place another queen in the bottom row four spaces from |
|        |    the right.                                                     |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | If you follow the in-game hints, you will now have one queen      |
|        | remaining. If you look carefully, you should see the space that   |
|        | it needs to go in. Look for a column that has no queen covering   |
|        | it. In this column, there will be a square that is part of a row  |
|        | that has no queen covering it either. This is the space that you  |
|        | want.                                                             |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER |                ,---.---.---.---.---.---.---.---.                  |
|        |                |   | Q |   |   |   |   |   |   |                  |
|        |                |---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|                  |
|        |                |   |   |   |   |   | Q |   |   |                  |
|        |                |---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|                  |
|        |                | Q |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |                  |
|        |                |---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|                  |
|        |                |   |   |   |   |   |   | Q |   |                  |
|        |                |---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|                  |
|        |                |   |   |   | Q |   |   |   |   |                  |
|        |                |---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|                  |
|        |                |   |   |   |   |   |   |   | Q |                  |
|        |                |---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|                  |
|        |                |   |   | Q |   |   |   |   |   |                  |
|        |                |---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|                  |
|        |                |   |   |   |   | Q |   |   |   |                  |
|        |                '---'---'---'---'---'---'---'---'                  |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Painting Scrap 16                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Tap on the door to exit the restaurant

  P a r k  R o a d
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk to the right

  V i l l a g e  S q u a r e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk through the clock tower

  C l o c k  T o w e r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the green-grey moss above Lucy (Hint Coin 112)

• Tap on the cat and mouse (Puzzle 065)

,============================================================================.
|                           PUZZLE 65: WHAT'S E?               PICARATS: 50  |
|============================================================================|
|   UK   | LETTERS AND NUMBERS                                 PICARATS: 50  |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HINT  | Look at each of the letters in turn. What could the numbers be    |
|        | relating to? Here's a clue: It's not area.                        |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | The numbers relate to how many other shapes are touching the      |
|        | lettered shape. This only includes the shapes touching the actual |
|        | face of a certain shape. Shapes that only touch at the corners do |
|        | not count.                                                        |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | The answer is 5.                                                  |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Talk to Lucy (Puzzle 066)

,============================================================================.
|                     PUZZLE 066: BIRTHDAY GIRL (US)            PICARATS: 50 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | The girl is currently 21. In two days she will be 22. On New      |
|        | Years Day last year she was 19. From this you should guess that   |
|        | her birthday must be close to the turn of the year.               |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | Her statement means this year on New Years Day she was 20.        |
|        | Between the day she made the statement and New Years Day she      |
|        | turned 21.                                                        |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 2nd January                                                       |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                     PUZZLE 066: FIVE BORROWERS (UK)           PICARATS: 60 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | From the facts provided, B could not lend money to A as the       |
|        | person that borrowed from A could not lend him any money.  It is  |
|        | stated that E did not lend money to A, so we have already removed |
|        | A, B and E as the possible answers.                               |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | C lent money to D and the information provided was that everyone  |
|        | only lent money to one person.                                    |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | D is the answer                                                   |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Talk to Lucy again (Puzzle 067)

,============================================================================.
|                  PUZZLE 067: THE CHOCOLATE CODE (US)          PICARATS: 40 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | Imagine that your girlfriend was a really bad typer. Say she was  |
|        | typing this message on the keyboard and she hit a couple of wrong |
|        | keys. Surely she couldn't have missed them by far? Look at the    |
|        | keys surrounding the incorrect letter and see if you can tell     |
|        | what she was trying to say.                                       |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | TEXT ME                                                           |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                    PUZZLE 067: HOW MANY SWEETS? (UK)          PICARATS: 40 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | For B to have 1 less than double of what A has, B must have an    |
|        | odd number of sweets.  For C to gain 2 sweets from B to make sure |
|        | that they all have the same amount of sweets, B must have 2 more  |
|        | sweets than A and 4 more sweets than C.                           |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | Work out how many sweets A has and times it by 3 to get the       |
|        | answer.                                                           |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | There are 9 sweets in total.                                      |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | B has 5 sweets, A has 3 sweets and C has 1 sweet.                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk up

  F o r k  i n  t h e  R o a d
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the trash can in the right path (Hint Coin 113)

• Talk to Zappone

• Walk to the right

  N o r t h e r n  P a t h
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the roof to the left of the blue door (Hint Coin 114)

• Tap the paper on the middle of the floor

• Talk to Gerard

• Talk to Gerard again (Puzzle 068)

,============================================================================.
|                    PUZZLE 068: FIND THE PENTAGONS             PICARATS: 40 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | There are three separate shapes that you can make from this lines |
|        | that make up this shape. These can be rotated to make another     |
|        | pentagon too.                                                     |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | The most obvious pentagon is the "house" shaped one. However,     |
|        | there are two more irregular-shaped pentagons in there. Don't     |
|        | forget for each shape that you find you can multiply by four (as  |
|        | it can be rotated in another three directions).                   |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 12                                                                |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Tap the blue door on the left

  P r o s c i u t t o ' s
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Talk to Prosciutto (Puzzle 069)

,============================================================================.
|                     PUZZLE 069: CHOCOLATE PUZZLE              PICARATS: 30 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | Really, it doesn't matter how you decide to break up the          |
|        | chocolate, the answer will always be the same. So do it your own  |
|        | way and count the number of breaks.                               |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 29                                                                |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | World Map ---> Luke                                               |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Tap on the right door to exit this house

  N o r t h e r n  P a t h
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk up

  N o r t h e r n  H i l l
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap on the left roof, in the middle on the right side (Hint Coin 115)

• Walk to the left (Puzzle 070)

,============================================================================.
|                    PUZZLE 070: THE SHATTERED VASE             PICARATS: 10 |
|============================================================================|
| ANSWER | This is a very easy puzzle. Just place the pieces onto the shadow |
|        | of the vase. The only piece not to be used is 1. As you can see   |
|        | below, the pieces are scattered around the shadow. They should be |
|        | placed as indicated below.                                        |
|        |                                    1                              |
|        |                           9    27    2                            |
|        |                          8     66     3                           |
|        |                          7    9883   4                            |
|        |                            6   45   5                             |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

  M a r k e t
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the umbrella to the left of Giuseppe (Hint Coin 116)

• Tap the piece of paper in front of Giuseppe

• Talk to Guiseppe (Puzzle 071)

,============================================================================.
|                       PUZZLE 071: SAUSAGE THIEF               PICARATS: 40 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | Look at each statement in turn and see if you can get them to fit |
|        | a pattern. Remember you are trying to find the person that ate    |
|        | the sausages, not the person who is telling the truth.            |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | You should start with A and assume that he ate the sausages. Do   |
|        | the other statements confirm or disprove this? Do this for each   |
|        | statement and hopefully you will work out the answer.             |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | Clue: The person who is telling the truth is not the same person  |
|        | at the sausages.                                                  |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | C                                                                 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Flower Vase ---> Layton                                           |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Talk to Archibald

• After a couple of scenes, you will be at Archibald's House

  A r c h i b a l d ' s
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the picture at the top of the stairs (Hint Coin 117)

• Tap the flowers in the vase on the right (Hint Coin 118)

• Tap the desk on the left side of the screen (Hint Coin 119)

• Tap the top shelf of the bookcase (Puzzle 108)

,============================================================================.
|                         PUZZLE 108: NOT KNOTS?               PICARATS: 50  |
|============================================================================|
| ANSWER | C is the only answer that will make a knot.                       |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Tap on the desk

    - Tap on the container next to some biscuits (Hint Coin 120)

    - Tap at the bottom of the left leg of the desk (Hint Coin 121)

    - Tap the bottom-right corner of the top of the desk (Hint Coin 122)

    - Tap the right draw

,============================================================================.
|       Checklist (without using Hint Coins or guessing wrong answers)       |
|============================================================================|
|      Puzzles Solved = 90                             Hint Coins = 132      |
|      UK Picarats = 2905                            US Picarats = 2855      |
'----------------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
| ,========================================================================. |
| | 4j)                  A F T E R  C H A P T E R  5                [WKA5] | |
| '========================================================================' |
'============================================================================'

  A r c h i b a l d ' s
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap on the door on the left to leave

  C l o c k  T o w e r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk down

  V i l l a g e  S q u a r e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk down

  E n t r a n c e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap on the blue door to enter the Inn

  I n n
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Talk to Beatrice

• Walk down

,============================================================================.
| ,========================================================================. |
| | 4k)       C H A P T E R  6  -  T H E  E L U S I V E  T O W E R  [WKC6] | |
| '========================================================================' |
'============================================================================'

  E n t r a n c e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk up

  V i l l a g e  S q u a r e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Talk to Percy (Puzzle 072)

,============================================================================.
|                  PUZZLE 072: THE SOUND OF SILENCE (US)        PICARATS: 40 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | Don't look at the meaning of the words, instead look at the       |
|        | letters that make the words up. Notice anything? Every one of the |
|        | words except one has a silent letter. Which one is it?            |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | Rest                                                              |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Reading Lamp ---> Luke                                            |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                     PUZZLE 072: TRUTH AND LIES (UK)           PICARATS: 40 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | How many people do you actually know who could say that they      |
|        | never lie?  Most likely no-one.  Applying that logic to this      |
|        | puzzle will mean that A is lying.  That would also mean that      |
|        | anyone claiming that A is lying would be telling the truth.       |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | B is telling the truth.                                           |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Reading Lamp ---> Luke                                            |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Enter the blue door on the right

  V i l l a g e  H a l l
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Talk to Rodney (Puzzle 073)

,============================================================================.
|                      PUZZLE 073: HOW MANY SQUARES?           PICARATS: 40  |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | There are three different sizes of squares. Once you find them    |
|        | all, you need to find out how many of each square you can make    |
|        | up.                                                               |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | The answer is 11. Look below:                                     |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |          .--.               6  7               10  11             |
|        |          |  |                                                     |
|        |       .--|--|--.         6  7  6  7         11  .  .  10          |
|        |       |  |  |  |                                                  |
|        |       '--|--|--'         .  6  7  .         10  .  .  11          |
|        |          |  |                                                     |
|        |          '--'               .  .               11  10             |
|        |       DIAGRAM A          DIAGRAM B            DIAGRAM C           |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |  A) The first five squares are pretty easy to find.               |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |  B) Here you can see two squares. Connect all the dots in 6 and   |
|        |     all the dots in 7 to make them up. You can do the same to the |
|        |     lower dots to make up 8 and 9.                                |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |  C) Join up the 10s and 11s and you will find the final two.      |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Gramophone ---> Layton                                            |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Tap the door on the left to exit this building

  V i l l a g e  S q u a r e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk through the clock tower

  C l o c k  T o w e r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Enter the door on the left

  A r c h i b a l d ' s
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Talk to Archibald (Puzzle 109)

,============================================================================.
|                   PUZZLE 109: LAZIEST MAN ON EARTH            PICARATS: 30 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | Before attempting any place far away from him, think about areas  |
|        | that can not be reached without moving them.  This area is very   |
|        | close to the man.                                                 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | Drag the circle so it is focussed on the bottom of his chair, as  |
|        | the man will have to move it to reach anything underneath it.     |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Teak Table ---> Layton                                            |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Tap on the door on the left to leave this house

  C l o c k  T o w e r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk up

  F o r k  i n  t h e  R o a d
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk to the right

  N o r t h e r n  P a t h
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap on the door to the left

  P r o s c i u t t o ' s
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Talk to Prosciutto (Puzzle 104)

,============================================================================.
|                       PUZZLE 104: A SWEET TREAT               PICARATS: 30 |
|============================================================================|
| ANSWER | Follow the stars marked out below.                                |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |                         ,---.---.---.---.                         |
|        |                         |   |   *   | N |                         |
|        |                         |---*****---****|                         |
|        |                         |   *   *   *   |                         |
|        |                         |---*---*---*---|                         |
|        |                         | N *   *   * N |                         |
|        |                         |****---*****---|                         |
|        |                         |   | N *   |   |                         |
|        |                         '---'---*---'---'                         |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Baron Statue ---> Layton                                          |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Tap on the right door to leave

  N o r t h e r n  P a t h
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk up

  N o r t h e r n  H i l l
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk to the left

  M a r k e t
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Talk to Anges (Puzzle 074)

,============================================================================.
|                        PUZZLE 074: A BROKEN WINDOW           PICARATS: 30  |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | Since the person who broke window is lying, you know that C       |
|        | cannot have broken the window, because he admitted it (even       |
|        | though it wasn't him). The person who is was must deny that they  |
|        | did it. By this logic D must be telling the truth about D (D      |
|        | didn't break it).                                                 |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | This narrows it down to A or C. Since C didn't deny that he broke |
|        | the window either, you know from what you worked out earlier that |
|        | he can't have broken the window.                                  |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | A                                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Talk to Anges again (Puzzle 075)

,============================================================================.
|                         PUZZLE 075: THE WIRE CUBE            PICARATS: 40  |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | Remember that you can bend the wire as much as you want. With     |
|        | your first piece of wire, you should try and cover as many edges  |
|        | as possible. After this, you should be able to work out how many  |
|        | more lengths you need to complete the cube.                       |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | The answer that you reach will probably be correct. There are no  |
|        | tricks here.                                                      |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 4                                                                 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Globe ---> Luke                                                   |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk up

  P a t h  E n t r a n c e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the flowers in the big vase on the right (Hint Coin 123)

• Tap the square indentation on the door to your left (Hint Coin 124)

• Tap a stone close to the left door (Hint Coin 125)

• Tap the right side of the screen, in the middle. There is a shelf where you
  should tap. (Hint Coin 126)

• Tap the red sign (Puzzle 119)

,============================================================================.
|                        PUZZLE 119: RED AND BLUE 1            PICARATS: 40  |
|============================================================================|
| ANSWER | Follow this list of moves.                                        |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | .-.     .-.                                                       |
|        | |R|     |B|                                                       |
|        | |-| .-. |-|  Each number represents a different shape on the      |
|        | |R| | | |B|  board.  This is what you should see when this puzzle |
|        | |-|-|-|-|-|  starts.  Follow the diagram to the right of the      |
|        | |R| | | |B|  number indicating what move it shows.                |
|        | |-|-'-'-|-|                                                       |
|        | |R|     |B|                                                       |
|        | '-'     '-'                                                       |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 1) .-.     .-.  2) .-.     .-.  3) .-.     .-.  4) .-.     .-.    |
|        |    |R|     |B|     |R|     |B|     |R|     |B|     |R|     |B|    |
|        |    |-| .-. |-|     |-| .-. |-|     |-| .-. |-|     |-| .-. |-|    |
|        |    |R| |B| |B|     |R| |B| |B|     |R| |B| |B|     |R| | | |B|    |
|        |    |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|    |
|        |    |R| | | | |     | | | | |R|     | | | |R|R|     | | | |R|R|    |
|        |    |-|-'-'-|-|     |-|-'-'-|-|     |-|-'-'-|-|     |-|-'-'-|-|    |
|        |    |R|     |B|     |R|     |B|     | |     |B|     |B|     |B|    |
|        |    '-'     '-'     '-'     '-'     '-'     '-'     '-'     '-'    |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 5) .-.     .-.  6) .-.     .-.  7) .-.     .-.  8) .-.     .-.    |
|        |    |R|     |B|     | |     |B|     |B|     |B|     |B|     |B|    |
|        |    |-| .-. |-|     |-| .-. |-|     |-| .-. |-|     |-| .-. |-|    |
|        |    | | |R| |B|     | | |R| |B|     | | |R| |B|     | | |R| |B|    |
|        |    |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|    |
|        |    | | | |R|R|     | |R| |R|R|     | |R| |R|R|     | | | |R|R|    |
|        |    |-|-'-'-|-|     |-|-'-'-|-|     |-|-'-'-|-|     |-|-'-'-|-|    |
|        |    |B|     |B|     |B|     |B|     | |     |B|     |R|     |B|    |
|        |    '-'     '-'     '-'     '-'     '-'     '-'     '-'     '-'    |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 9) .-.     .-. 10) .-.     .-. 11) .-.     .-. 12) .-.     .-.    |
|        |    |B|     |B|     |B|     |B|     |B|     |B|     |B|     |B|    |
|        |    |-| .-. |-|     |-| .-. |-|     |-| .-. |-|     |-| .-. |-|    |
|        |    |R| |R| |B|     |R| | | |B|     |R| | | |B|     |R| |B| |B|    |
|        |    |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|    |
|        |    | | | | |R|     |R| | | |R|     |R|R| | | |     |R|R| | | |    |
|        |    |-|-'-'-|-|     |-|-'-'-|-|     |-|-'-'-|-|     |-|-'-'-|-|    |
|        |    |R|     |B|     |R|     |B|     |R|     |B|     |R|     | |    |
|        |    '-'     '-'     '-'     '-'     '-'     '-'     '-'     '-'    |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 13) .-.     .-. 14) .-.     .-. 15) .-.     .-. 16) .-.     .-.   |
|        |     |B|     |B|     |B|     |B|     |B|     | |     |B|     |R|   |
|        |     |-| .-. |-|     |-| .-. |-|     |-| .-. |-|     |-| .-. |-|   |
|        |     |R| |B| |B|     |R| |B| | |     |R| |B| | |     |R| |B| | |   |
|        |     |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|   |
|        |     |R| | | | |     |R| |B| | |     |R| |B|B| |     |R| |B|B| |   |
|        |     |-|-'-'-|-|     |-|-'-'-|-|     |-|-'-'-|-|     |-|-'-'-|-|   |
|        |     |R|     |R|     |R|     |R|     |R|     |R|     |R|     | |   |
|        |     '-'     '-'     '-'     '-'     '-'     '-'     '-'     '-'   |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 17) .-.     .-. 18) .-.     .-. 19) .-.     .-. 20) .-.     .-.   |
|        |     |B|     |R|     |B|     |R|     |B|     |R|     |B|     |R|   |
|        |     |-| .-. |-|     |-| .-. |-|     |-| .-. |-|     |-| .-. |-|   |
|        |     |R| |B| | |     |R| |B| |B|     |R| |B| |B|     | | |B| |B|   |
|        |     |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|   |
|        |     |R| |B| | |     |R| | | | |     | | | | |R|     | | | |R|R|   |
|        |     |-|-'-'-|-|     |-|-'-'-|-|     |-|-'-'-|-|     |-|-'-'-|-|   |
|        |     |R|     |B|     |R|     |B|     |R|     |B|     |R|     |B|   |
|        |     '-'     '-'     '-'     '-'     '-'     '-'     '-'     '-'   |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 21) .-.     .-. 22) .-.     .-. 23) .-.     .-. 24) .-.     .-.   |
|        |     |B|     |R|     |B|     |R|     |B|     |R|     |B|     |R|   |
|        |     |-| .-. |-|     |-| .-. |-|     |-| .-. |-|     |-| .-. |-|   |
|        |     |B| | | |B|     |B| | | |B|     |B| |R| |B|     |B| |R| | |   |
|        |     |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|   |
|        |     | | | |R|R|     |R| | | |R|     |R| | | | |     |R|B| | | |   |
|        |     |-|-'-'-|-|     |-|-'-'-|-|     |-|-'-'-|-|     |-|-'-'-|-|   |
|        |     |R|     |B|     |R|     |B|     |R|     |B|     |R|     |B|   |
|        |     '-'     '-'     '-'     '-'     '-'     '-'     '-'     '-'   |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 25) .-.     .-. 26) .-.     .-. 27) .-.     .-. 28) .-.     .-.   |
|        |     |B|     |R|     |B|     |R|     |B|     |R|     |B|     |R|   |
|        |     |-| .-. |-|     |-| .-. |-|     |-| .-. |-|     |-| .-. |-|   |
|        |     |B| | | |R|     |B| |B| |R|     |B| |B| |R|     |B| |B| |R|   |
|        |     |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|   |
|        |     |R|B| | | |     |R| | | | |     | | | | |R|     | | | |R|R|   |
|        |     |-|-'-'-|-|     |-|-'-'-|-|     |-|-'-'-|-|     |-|-'-'-|-|   |
|        |     |R|     |B|     |R|     |B|     |R|     |B|     | |     |B|   |
|        |     '-'     '-'     '-'     '-'     '-'     '-'     '-'     '-'   |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 29) .-.     .-. 30) .-.     .-. 31) .-.     .-. 32) .-.     .-.   |
|        |     |B|     |R|     |B|     |R|     |B|     |R|     |B|     |R|   |
|        |     |-| .-. |-|     |-| .-. |-|     |-| .-. |-|     |-| .-. |-|   |
|        |     |B| | | |R|     |B| | | |R|     |B| | | |R|     |B| |B| |R|   |
|        |     |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|     |-|-|-|-|-|   |
|        |     | | | |R|R|     |R| | | |R|     |R|R| | | |     |R|R| | | |   |
|        |     |-|-'-'-|-|     |-|-'-'-|-|     |-|-'-'-|-|     |-|-'-'-|-|   |
|        |     |B|     |B|     |B|     |B|     |B|     |B|     |B|     | |   |
|        |     '-'     '-'     '-'     '-'     '-'     '-'     '-'     '-'   |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 33) .-.     .-.     34) .-.     .-.     35) .-.     .-.           |
|        |     |B|     |R|         |B|     |R|         |B|     |R|           |
|        |     |-| .-. |-|         |-| .-. |-|         |-| .-. |-|           |
|        |     |B| |B| |R|         |B| |B| |R|         |B| | | |R|           |
|        |     |-|-|-|-|-|         |-|-|-|-|-|         |-|-|-|-|-|           |
|        |     |R| | | | |         | | | | |R|         |R|R| | | |           |
|        |     |-|-'-'-|-|         |-|-'-'-|-|         |-|-'-'-|-|           |
|        |     |B|     |R|         |B|     |R|         |B|     |B|           |
|        |     '-'     '-'         '-'     '-'         '-'     '-'           |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk up

  T o w e r  R o a d
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the flowers on the right (Hint Coin 127)

• Tap the light above the door on the left (Hint Coin 128)

• Tap the brown thing below the window on the left (Hint Coin 129)

• Tap the window in the middle of the screen, above the woman's (Martha) head
  (Hint Coin 130)

• Tap the piece of paper on the floor

• Talk to Martha (Puzzle 102)

,============================================================================.
|                     PUZZLE 102: ACES AND THE JOKER            PICARATS: 40 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | This may seem hard at first, but if you do not count the other 48 |
|        | cards in to the equation it will be easier to work out.  You have |
|        | an equal amount of chance at picking up an Ace as you do have     |
|        | picking up the Joker.  There are 5 cards that you need to worry   |
|        | about in this calculation, so what is the chance of picking up a  |
|        | Joker if you only had the 4 Aces and a Joker face down in front   |
|        | of you?                                                           |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 20% chance that all 4 Aces will be turned over before the Joker.  |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Tap the window on the right (Puzzle 117)

,============================================================================.
|                        PUZZLE 117: PAINTING A CUBE            PICARATS: 30 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | Ignore the red lines and just look at the blue. There is only one |
|        | triangle that has a blue line that will match up with the next    |
|        | triangle on the left.                                             |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | To make a cardboard cube (or a paper cube), you need to make the  |
|        | square like this:                                                 |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |     .---.                                                         |
|        |     | 1 |                                                         |
|        | .---|---|---.---. Each number represents the only place that any  |
|        | | 2 | 3 | 2 | 3 | colour would not touch another side with the    |
|        | '---|---|---'---' same colour as itself                           |
|        |     | 1 |                                                         |
|        |     '---'                                                         |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk up

,============================================================================.
|       Checklist (without using Hint Coins or guessing wrong answers)       |
|============================================================================|
|      Puzzles Solved = 99                             Hint Coins = 140      |
|      UK Picarats = 3225                            US Picarats = 3175      |
'----------------------------------------------------------------------------'


,============================================================================.
| ,========================================================================. |
| | 4l)                   A F T E R  C H A P T E R  6               [WKA6] | |
| '========================================================================' |
'============================================================================'

  D e a d  E n d
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the right corner where a crack is on the corner of 2 wall (Hint Coin
  131)

• Tap the window on the left (Hint Coin 132)

• Tap the middle of the left roof, near the bottom (Hint Coin 133)

• Tap the bottom left clump of green-grey moss (Hint Coin 134)

• Head down

  T o w e r  R o a d
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Head down

  P a t h  E n t r a n c e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Head down

  M a r k e t
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Head down

  F o r k  i n  R o a d
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Head down

  C l o c k  T o w e r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Head down

  V i l l a g e  S q u a r e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk to the left

  P a r k  R o a d
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk up

  P a r k  G a t e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the middle of the left wall, where there is a small stone in the wall
  (Hint Coin 135)

• Touch the plaque in the middle of the gate

,============================================================================.
|       Checklist (without using Hint Coins or guessing wrong answers)       |
|============================================================================|
|      Puzzles Solved = 99                             Hint Coins = 145      |
|      UK Picarats = 3225                            US Picarats = 3175      |
'----------------------------------------------------------------------------'


,============================================================================.
| ,========================================================================. |
| | 4m)      C H A P T E R  7 -  T H E  A B A N D O N E D  P A R K  [WKC7] | |
| '========================================================================' |
'============================================================================'

  P a r k  G a t e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk down

  P a r k  R o a d
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk to the right

  V i l l a g e  S q u a r e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap on the blue door on the right

  V i l l a g e  H a l l
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Talk to Rodney

• Tap on the right door to leave the building

  V i l l a g e S q u a r e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk to the left

  P a r k  R o a d
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk down the open manhole

  S e w e r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the bottom step in the middle of the screen (Hint Coin 136)

• Tap the water near the back on the left side (Hint Coin 137)

• To the left of the gap between the 5th and 6th step, counting up or down
  (Hint Coin 138)

• Talk to the man (Pavel) at the bottom of the steps

• Tap the top step at the top of the screen (Puzzle 120)

,============================================================================.
|                     PUZZLE 120: GET THE BALL OUT! 3          PICARATS: 50  |
|============================================================================|
| ANSWER | Follow this list of moves.                                        |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |     .-.                                                           |
|        |     |*|                                                           |
|        | .-.-|-|-.-.-.                                                     |
|        | | |1|1|2|3| |                                                     |
|        | |-|-|-|-|-|-'  Each number represents a different shape on the    |
|        | |4|4|5|5|3|    board.  This is what you should see when this      |
|        | '-|-|-|-|-|-.  puzzle starts.  Follow the diagram to the right of |
|        |   |6|5|5|7|7|  the number indicating what move it shows.          |
|        | .-|-|-|-|-|-|                                                     |
|        | | |6|8|9|9| |                                                     |
|        | '-'-'-|-|-'-'                                                     |
|        |       | |                                                         |
|        |       '-'                                                         |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |     .-,              .-,              .-,              .-,        |
|        | 1)  |*|          2)  |*|          3)  |*|          4)  |*|        |
|        | .-.-|-|-.-.-.    .-.-|-|-.-.-.    .-.-|-|-.-.-.    .-.-|-|-.-.-.  |
|        | | |1|1|2|3| |    | |1|1|2|3| |    | |1|1|2|3| |    | |1|1| |3| |  |
|        | |-|-|-|-|-|-'    |-|-|-|-|-|-'    |-|-|-|-|-|-'    |-|-|-|-|-|-'  |
|        | |4|4|5|5|3|      |4|4|5|5|3|      |4|4| | |3|      |4|4|2| |3|    |
|        | '-|-|-|-|-|-.    '-|-|-|-|-|-.    '-|-|-|-|-|-.    '-|-|-|-|-|-.  |
|        |   |6|5|5|7|7|      |6|5|5|7|7|      |6|5|5|7|7|      |6|5|5|7|7|  |
|        | .-|-|-|-|-|-|    .-|-|-|-|-|-|    .-|-|-|-|-|-|    .-|-|-|-|-|-|  |
|        | | |6|8| |9|9|    | |6| | |9|9|    | |6|5|5|9|9|    | |6|5|5|9|9|  |
|        | '-'-'-|-|-'-'    '-'-'-|-|-'-'    '-'-'-|-|-'-'    '-'-'-|-|-'-'  |
|        |       | |              |8|              |8|              |8|      |
|        |       '-'              '-'              '-'              '-'      |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |     .-,              .-,              .-,              .-,        |
|        | 5)  |*|          6)  |*|          7)  |*|          8)  |*|        |
|        | .-.-|-|-.-.-.    .-.-|-|-.-.-.    .-.-|-|-.-.-.    .-.-|-|-.-.-.  |
|        | | | |1|1|3| |    |4|4|1|1|3| |    |4|4|1|1|3| |    |4|4|1|1|3| |  |
|        | |-|-|-|-|-|-'    |-|-|-|-|-|-'    |-|-|-|-|-|-'    |-|-|-|-|-|-'  |
|        | |4|4|2| |3|      | | |2| |3|      |2| | | |3|      |2|6| | |3|    |
|        | '-|-|-|-|-|-.    '-|-|-|-|-|-.    '-|-|-|-|-|-.    '-|-|-|-|-|-.  |
|        |   |6|5|5|7|7|      |6|5|5|7|7|      |6|5|5|7|7|      |6|5|5|7|7|  |
|        | .-|-|-|-|-|-|    .-|-|-|-|-|-|    .-|-|-|-|-|-|    .-|-|-|-|-|-|  |
|        | | |6|5|5|9|9|    | |6|5|5|9|9|    | |6|5|5|9|9|    | | |5|5|9|9|  |
|        | '-'-'-|-|-'-'    '-'-'-|-|-'-'    '-'-'-|-|-'-'    '-'-'-|-|-'-'  |
|        |       |8|              |8|              |8|              |8|      |
|        |       '-'              '-'              '-'              '-'      |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |     .-,              .-,              .-,              .-,        |
|        | 9)  |*|          10) |*|          11) |*|          12) |*|        |
|        | .-.-|-|-.-.-.    .-.-|-|-.-.-.    .-.-|-|-.-.-.    .-.-|-|-.-.-.  |
|        | |4|4|1|1|3| |    |4|4|1|1|3| |    |4|4|1|1|3| |    |4|4|1|1| | |  |
|        | |-|-|-|-|-|-'    |-|-|-|-|-|-'    |-|-|-|-|-|-'    |-|-|-|-|-|-'  |
|        | |2|6|5|5|3|      |2|6|5|5|3|      |2|6|5|5|3|      |2|6|5|5| |    |
|        | '-|-|-|-|-|-.    '-|-|-|-|-|-.    '-|-|-|-|-|-.    '-|-|-|-|-|-.  |
|        |   |6|5|5|7|7|      |6|5|5|7|7|      |6|5|5| | |      |6|5|5| |3|  |
|        | .-|-|-|-|-|-|    .-|-|-|-|-|-|    .-|-|-|-|-|-|    .-|-|-|-|-|-|  |
|        | | | | | |9|9|    |9|9| | | | |    |9|9|7|7| | |    |9|9|7|7| |3|  |
|        | '-'-'-|-|-'-'    '-'-'-|-|-'-'    '-'-'-|-|-'-'    '-'-'-|-|-'-'  |
|        |       |8|              |8|              |8|              |8|      |
|        |       '-'              '-'              '-'              '-'      |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |     .-,              .-,              .-,              .-,        |
|        | 13) |*|          14) |*|          15) |*|          16) | |        |
|        | .-.-|-|-.-.-.    .-.-|-|-.-.-.    .-.-|-|-.-.-.    .-.-|-|-.-.-.  |
|        | |4|4|1|1| | |    |4|4|1|1| | |    |4|4| | |1|1|    |4|4| | |1|1|  |
|        | |-|-|-|-|-|-'    |-|-|-|-|-|-'    |-|-|-|-|-|-'    |-|-|-|-|-|-'  |
|        | |2|6|5|5| |      |2|6| |5|5|      |2|6| |5|5|      |2|6| |5|5|    |
|        | '-|-|-|-|-|-.    '-|-|-|-|-|-.    '-|-|-|-|-|-.    '-|-|-|-|-|-.  |
|        |   |6|5|5| |3|      |6| |5|5|3|      |6| |5|5|3|      |6| |5|5|3|  |
|        | .-|-|-|-|-|-|    .-|-|-|-|-|-|    .-|-|-|-|-|-|    .-|-|-|-|-|-|  |
|        | |9|9| |7|7|3|    |9|9| |7|7|3|    |9|9| |7|7|3|    |9|9|*|7|7|3|  |
|        | '-'-'-|-|-'-'    '-'-'-|-|-'-'    '-'-'-|-|-'-'    '-'-'-|-|-'-'  |
|        |       |8|              |8|              |8|              |8|      |
|        |       '-'              '-'              '-'              '-'      |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |     .-,              .-,              .-,              .-,        |
|        | 17) | |          18) | |          19) | |          20) | |        |
|        | .-.-|-|-.-.-.    .-.-|-|-.-.-.    .-.-|-|-.-.-.    .-.-|-|-.-.-.  |
|        | |4|4|5|5|1|1|    |4|4|5|5|1|1|    |4|4|5|5|1|1|    |4|4|5|5|1|1|  |
|        | |-|-|-|-|-|-'    |-|-|-|-|-|-'    |-|-|-|-|-|-'    |-|-|-|-|-|-'  |
|        | |2|6|5|5| |      |2|6|5|5| |      |2|6|5|5| |      |2|6|5|5| |    |
|        | '-|-|-|-|-|-.    '-|-|-|-|-|-.    '-|-|-|-|-|-.    '-|-|-|-|-|-.  |
|        |   |6| | | |3|      |6| |7|7|3|      |6| |7|7|3|      |6| |7|7|3|  |
|        | .-|-|-|-|-|-|    .-|-|-|-|-|-|    .-|-|-|-|-|-|    .-|-|-|-|-|-|  |
|        | |9|9|*|7|7|3|    |9|9|*| | |3|    |9|9|*| |8|3|    |9|9| | |8|3|  |
|        | '-'-'-|-|-'-'    '-'-'-|-|-'-'    '-'-'-|-|-'-'    '-'-'-|-|-'-'  |
|        |       |8|              |8|              | |              |*|      |
|        |       '-'              '-'              '-'              '-'      |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk to the left

  S e w e r  E x i t
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the water near the bottom left wall, before it continues off the screen
  (Hint Coin 139)

• Tap the middle of the gate in the water (Hint Coin 140)

• Tap the green vine growing down to the floor, closest to the right of the
  screen (Hint Coin 141)

• Talk to Stachen (Puzzle 084)

,============================================================================.
|                     PUZZLE 084 : WHICH BOXES TO MOVE?         PICARATS: 30 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | First of all you should count how many boxes are in the picture   |
|        | If you can see a box, then you can label it. Are there any more   |
|        | boxes that can be labelled that are not shown in the picture?     |
|        | Basically, you need to work out how many boxes are completely     |
|        | hidden by other boxes.                                            |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | Take the number that you have worked out and take this away from  |
|        | 20. Here is your answer.                                          |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 3                                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk up

  O u t s i d e  t h e  S e w e r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the window that is closest to the left side of the screen (Hint Coin
  142)

• Tap the water in front of Layton and Luke, close to the sewer entrance
  (Hint Coin 143)

• Tap at a plant in the background at the end of the path (Hint Coin 144)

• Tap the car (Puzzle 085)

,============================================================================.
|                     PUZZLE 085: WEEKEND GETAWAY (US)         PICARATS: 50  |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | The distances to and from your destination are exactly the same.  |
|        | On the way out, you drove 180 miles and on the way home, you      |
|        | drove one way, minus 150 miles.                                   |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | Your girlfriend on the other hand drove one way, minus the 180    |
|        | that you drove. On the way home she drove 150 miles. The total    |
|        | distance each person drove includes both the trip out and the     |
|        | trip back.                                                        |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | You drove one way minus 150 miles.                                |
|        | Your girlfriend drove one way minus 180 miles.                    |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | The difference between the two is 30 miles. This means that you   |
|        | drove one way plus 30 miles. Your girlfriend on the other hand    |
|        | drove one way minus 30 miles.                                     |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | What is the difference between minus 30 and plus 30?              |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 60 miles                                                          |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Fossil ---> Layton                                                |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                       PUZZLE 085: TRAIN SPEED (UK)            PICARATS: 50 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | The length of the train is 100m.  The distance across the bridge  |
|        | is 400m.  As the train has not crossed the bridge until the final |
|        | carriage is off the bridge, the "total distance" is the bridge    |
|        | length added to the train length.                                 |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | The time is 30 seconds, or 0.5 minutes.                           |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | "total distance"/"time in minutes" = "?? km/minute"               |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | "?? km/minute" * 60 = ?? km/hour                                  |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 60 km/hour                                                        |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Fossil ---> Layton                                                |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk back into the Sewer

  S e w e r  E x i t
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk down

  S e w e r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk to the right

  S e w e r  D e a d  E n d
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the water splash (Hint Coin 145)

• Tap to the right of the green-grey moss near the right of the screen, in
  the middle (Hint Coin 146)

• Tap the area where the floor meets the back wall (Hint Coin 147)

• Talk to the man (Sylvain) on this screen (Puzzle 086)

,============================================================================.
|                      PUZZLE 86: SQUARES AND CIRCLES           PICARATS: 20 |
|============================================================================|
|   UK   | SQUARES AND CIRCLES                                  PICARATS: 30 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HINT  | You will need to draw on your screen. Rotate the red square 45    |
|        | degrees so that the corners touch the larger square. Now, draw    |
|        | two lines corner to corner on the rotated square (so it looks     |
|        | like a kite). You should now see that the remaining area inside   |
|        | larger square is the same as the area of the red square. The      |
|        | larger square is twice as big.                                    |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 4                                                                 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Painting Scrap 17                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• After a couple of scenes, you will be at the Park Gate

  P a r k  G a t e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk up

  P a r k  P a t h  F o r k
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the left leg of the signpost on the right (Hint Coin 148)

• Tap the glass part of the left lamp post (Hint Coin 149)

• Tap the trash can in the middle of the screen (Hint Coin 150)

• Tap the part of the tree on the right where the trunk splits in two. (Hint
  Coin 151)

• Tap the right picture on the signpost on the left

• Walk to the right

NOTE: If you go to the left first, you will miss out on some Hint Coins.

  A b a n d o n e d  T e n t
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the right side of the model horse on the left (Hint Coin 152)

• Tap the glass bit of the lamp post on the left (Hint Coin 153)

• Tap the pebble in the middle, near the bottom of the screen (Hint Coin 154)

• Tap the stack of cups in the shack on your right (Hint Coin 155)

• Tap to the right of the stack of cups, edging further to the right if
  required (Puzzle 115)

,============================================================================.
|                         PUZZLE 115: ODD BOX OUT              PICARATS: 40  |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | Three of the cubes look like this when they are broken up into a  |
|        | net:                                                              |
|        |     ,---.                                                         |
|        |     | * |                                                         |
|        | ,---|---|---.---.   The odd one out has the X and * in opposite   |
|        | |HRT|DIA|SQU|SUN|   places. Can you see it now?                   |
|        | '---|---|---'---'                                                 |
|        |     | X |                                                         |
|        |     '---'                                                         |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | D                                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk to the right

  F e r r i s  W h e e l
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap at the bottom of the middle support bean connected to the ground
  (Hint Coin 156)

• Tap the signpost to the left of the shack on the right (Hint Coin 157)

• Tap the sign on the signpost on the right side of the screen (Hint Coin 158)

• Tap in the shack on the left, on the white thing on the right (Hint Coin
  159)

• Tap in the middle of the Ferris Wheel (Puzzle 087)

,============================================================================.
|                      PUZZLE 87: FERRIS WHEEL RIDDLE          PICARATS: 50  |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | Before you just punch an answer in, you should take a minute to   |
|        | think about things. When the ride starts, there will no nobody on |
|        | it. It will take 10 minutes to have it full. You have another 10  |
|        | minutes where the wheel can move at full capacity. In the 10      |
|        | minutes after this people will have to get off, whilst no will be |
|        | able to get on. Knowing all this you should be able to work out   |
|        | the answer.                                                       |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 42                                                                |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Painting Scrap 18                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk to the left

  W a t e r s i d e  S h a c k
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the wooden bridge to the shack (Hint Coin 160)

• Tap the trash can (Hint Coin 161)

• Tap the water on the left, to the right of some brown soil (Hint Coin 162)

• Tap the bushes in the background on the right side.  You may be able to make
  out 3 brown tree trunks, which the Hint Coin is in front of the middle trunk.
  If you can not make them out, just scan across the bushes around that area.
  (Hint Coin 163)

• Walk down

  S h a c k  P a t h
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the trash can (Hint Coin 164)

• Tap the chimney on the shack (Hint Coin 165)

• Tap the middle of the blue roof on the shack (Hint Coin 166)

• Tap the bushes on the right side of the screen, slightly to the left of the
  tree (Hint Coin 167)

• Tap a piece of paper on the floor, near the bottom of the screen

• Talk to Sylvain (Puzzle 088)

,============================================================================.
|                        PUZZLE 88: IN A HOLE (US)              PICARATS: 30 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | Here's a clue: you can't poke anything down the hole to try and   |
|        | get the ball out. No nets, claws, sticks, chewing gun, sellotape  |
|        | or any other tool will help you.                                  |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | Another clue: The ball floats.                                    |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | Water                                                             |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Violin ---> Luke                                                  |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                        PUZZLE 88: LEAKY TANK (UK)             PICARATS: 30 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | Day 1, 5PM = 60cm                                                 |
|        | Day 2, 9AM = 40cm                                                 |
|        | Day 2, 5PM = 1.0m                                                 |
|        | Day 3, 9AM = 80cm                                                 |
|        | Day 3, 5PM = 1.4m                                                 |
|        | Day 4, 9AM = 1.2m                                                 |
|        | Day 4, 5PM = 1.8m                                                 |
|        | Day 5, 9AM = 1.6m                                                 |
|        | Day 5, 5PM = 2.2m                                                 |
|        | Day 6, 9AM = 2.0m                                                 |
|        | Day 6, 5PM = Overflow                                             |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 6th day                                                           |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Violin ---> Luke                                                  |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Tap the bag in the shack or slightly above it (Puzzle 116)

,============================================================================.
|                      PUZZLE 116: THE LARGEST TOTAL           PICARATS: 50  |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | 51 being the largest number that you can use should go in the     |
|        | centre. The numbers either side of the 51 should be then next     |
|        | biggest number and the small (but still biggest) possible number  |
|        | (e.g. 50 and 43). However, seeing as you only need to find the    |
|        | centre number, you don't need to spend too much time working this |
|        | out.                                                              |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 51                                                                |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk up

  W a t e r s i d e  S h a c k
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk to the left

• After a couple of scenes, you arrive back at the Waterside Shack

• Walk down the remains of the shack

  U n d e r  t h e  S h a c k
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the top of the wooden bucket on the left (Hint Coin 168)

• Tap the green-grey moss on a rock, touching the bottom edge of the screen
  (Hint Coin 169)

• Tap a pebble half way between the back wall and the last Hint Coin (Hint
  Coin 170)

• Tap the back wall above the engraved puzzle (odd part) on the back wall
  (Hint Coin 171)

• Tap the engraved puzzle (Puzzle 089)

,============================================================================.
|                         PUZZLE 89: WHICH WAY?                PICARATS: 30  |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | A few small hints. The arrow is slightly larger than the example  |
|        | one. It points to the left. It is found on the right hand side of |
|        | the picture.                                                      |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER |  ,-----------------.                                              |
|        |  |                 |                                              |
|        |  |                 |                                              |
|        |  |                 |                                              |
|        |  |              <--|                                              |
|        |  |                 |                                              |
|        |  |                 |                                              |
|        |  '-----------------'                                              |
|        |        SCREEN                                                     |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Artisan's Teapot ---> Layton                                      |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk to the left

  U n d e r g r o u n d  P a t h
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap on the pebble on the floor in the middle, near the bottom of the screen
  (Hint Coin 172)

• Tap in the middle of the right wall you are facing, edging to the left if
  required (Hint Coin 173)

• Tap the middle of the green-grey moss growing on the left wall, near the
  bottom-left corner of the screen (Hint Coin 174)

• Tap about halfway between the bottom of the screen and the wall at the back.
  There should be a pebble or small amount of green-grey moss. (Hint Coin
  175)

• Tap the square on the back wall (Puzzle 090)

,============================================================================.
|                       PUZZLE 90: GET THE BALL OUT! 2          PICARATS: 40 |
|============================================================================|
|   UK   | GET THE BALL OUT! 2                                  PICARATS: 50 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | Follow this list of moves.                                        |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |         .---,                                                     |
|        |         | * |                                                     |
|        | .---.---|---|---.---.---.                                         |
|        | |   | 1 | 1 | 2 | 3 |   |                                         |
|        | '---|---|---|---|---|---'  Each number represents a different     |
|        |     | 4 | 5 | 5 | 3 |      shape on the board.  This is what you  |
|        |     |---|---|---|---|      should see when this puzzle starts.    |
|        |     | 6 | 5 | 5 | 7 |      Follow the diagram to the right of the |
|        | .---|---|---|---|---|---.  number indicating what move it shows.  |
|        | |   | 6 | 8 | 9 | 9 |   |                                         |
|        | '---'---'---|---|---'---'                                         |
|        |             |   |                                                 |
|        |             '---'                                                 |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |           .---,                          .---,                    |
|        | 1)        | * |                2)        | * |                    |
|        |   .---.---|---|---.---.---.      .---.---|---|---.---.---.        |
|        |   |   | 1 | 1 | 2 | 3 |   |      |   | 1 | 1 | 2 | 3 |   |        |
|        |   '---|---|---|---|---|---'      '---|---|---|---|---|---'        |
|        |       | 4 | 5 | 5 | 3 |              | 4 | 5 | 5 | 3 |            |
|        |       |---|---|---|---|              |---|---|---|---|            |
|        |       | 6 | 5 | 5 | 7 |              | 6 | 5 | 5 | 7 |            |
|        |   .---|---|---|---|---|---.      .---|---|---|---|---|---.        |
|        |   |   | 6 | 8 |   | 9 | 9 |      |   | 6 |   |   | 9 | 9 |        |
|        |   '---'---'---|---|---'---'      '---'---'---|---|---'---'        |
|        |               |   |                          | 8 |                |
|        |               '---'                          '---'                |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |           .---,                          .---,                    |
|        | 3)        | * |                4)        | * |                    |
|        |   .---.---|---|---.---.---.      .---.---|---|---.---.---.        |
|        |   |   | 1 | 1 | 2 | 3 |   |      |   | 1 | 1 | 2 | 3 |   |        |
|        |   '---|---|---|---|---|---'      '---|---|---|---|---|---'        |
|        |       | 4 | 5 | 5 | 3 |              | 4 | 5 | 5 | 3 |            |
|        |       |---|---|---|---|              |---|---|---|---|            |
|        |       | 6 | 5 | 5 | 7 |              | 6 | 5 | 5 |   |            |
|        |   .---|---|---|---|---|---.      .---|---|---|---|---|---.        |
|        |   |   | 6 | 9 | 9 |   |   |      |   | 6 | 9 | 9 |   | 7 |        |
|        |   '---'---'---|---|---'---'      '---'---'---|---|---'---'        |
|        |               | 8 |                          | 8 |                |
|        |               '---'                          '---'                |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |           .---,                          .---,                    |
|        | 5)        | * |                6)        | * |                    |
|        |   .---.---|---|---.---.---.      .---.---|---|---.---.---.        |
|        |   |   | 1 | 1 | 2 |   |   |      |   | 1 | 1 |   |   | 2 |        |
|        |   '---|---|---|---|---|---'      '---|---|---|---|---|---'        |
|        |       | 4 | 5 | 5 |   |              | 4 | 5 | 5 |   |            |
|        |       |---|---|---|---|              |---|---|---|---|            |
|        |       | 6 | 5 | 5 | 3 |              | 6 | 5 | 5 | 3 |            |
|        |   .---|---|---|---|---|---.      .---|---|---|---|---|---.        |
|        |   |   | 6 | 9 | 9 | 3 | 7 |      |   | 6 | 9 | 9 | 3 | 7 |        |
|        |   '---'---'---|---|---'---'      '---'---'---|---|---'---'        |
|        |               | 8 |                          | 8 |                |
|        |               '---'                          '---'                |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |           .---,                          .---,                    |
|        | 7)        | * |                8)        | * |                    |
|        |   .---.---|---|---.---.---.      .---.---|---|---.---.---.        |
|        |   | 1 | 1 |   |   |   | 2 |      | 1 | 1 |   | 5 | 5 | 2 |        |
|        |   '---|---|---|---|---|---'      '---|---|---|---|---|---'        |
|        |       | 4 | 5 | 5 |   |              | 4 |   | 5 | 5 |            |
|        |       |---|---|---|---|              |---|---|---|---|            |
|        |       | 6 | 5 | 5 | 3 |              | 6 |   |   | 3 |            |
|        |   .---|---|---|---|---|---.      .---|---|---|---|---|---.        |
|        |   |   | 6 | 9 | 9 | 3 | 7 |      |   | 6 | 9 | 9 | 3 | 7 |        |
|        |   '---'---'---|---|---'---'      '---'---'---|---|---'---'        |
|        |               | 8 |                          | 8 |                |
|        |               '---'                          '---'                |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |           .---,                          .---,                    |
|        | 9)        | * |                10)       | * |                    |
|        |   .---.---|---|---.---.---.      .---.---|---|---.---.---.        |
|        |   | 1 | 1 |   |   |   | 2 |      | 1 | 1 |   | 5 | 5 | 2 |        |
|        |   '---|---|---|---|---|---'      '---|---|---|---|---|---'        |
|        |       | 4 | 5 | 5 |   |              | 4 |   | 5 | 5 |            |
|        |       |---|---|---|---|              |---|---|---|---|            |
|        |       | 6 | 5 | 5 | 3 |              | 6 |   |   | 3 |            |
|        |   .---|---|---|---|---|---.      .---|---|---|---|---|---.        |
|        |   |   | 6 | 9 | 9 | 3 | 7 |      |   | 6 | 9 | 9 | 3 | 7 |        |
|        |   '---'---'---|---|---'---'      '---'---'---|---|---'---'        |
|        |               | 8 |                          | 8 |                |
|        |               '---'                          '---'                |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |           .---,                          .---,                    |
|        | 11)       |   |                12)       | 4 |                    |
|        |   .---.---|---|---.---.---.      .---.---|---|---.---.---.        |
|        |   | 1 | 1 |   | 5 | 5 | 2 |      | 1 | 1 |   | 5 | 5 | 2 |        |
|        |   '---|---|---|---|---|---'      '---|---|---|---|---|---'        |
|        |       | 4 |   | 5 | 5 |              |   |   | 5 | 5 |            |
|        |       |---|---|---|---|              |---|---|---|---|            |
|        |       | 6 | * |   | 3 |              | 6 | * |   | 3 |            |
|        |   .---|---|---|---|---|---.      .---|---|---|---|---|---.        |
|        |   |   | 6 | 9 | 9 | 3 | 7 |      |   | 6 | 9 | 9 | 3 | 7 |        |
|        |   '---'---'---|---|---'---'      '---'---'---|---|---'---'        |
|        |               | 8 |                          | 8 |                |
|        |               '---'                          '---'                |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |           .---,                          .---,                    |
|        | 11)       | 4 |                12)       | 4 |                    |
|        |   .---.---|---|---.---.---.      .---.---|---|---.---.---.        |
|        |   | 1 | 1 |   | 5 | 5 | 2 |      | 1 | 1 |   | 5 | 5 | 2 |        |
|        |   '---|---|---|---|---|---'      '---|---|---|---|---|---'        |
|        |       | 6 |   | 5 | 5 |              | 6 |   | 5 | 5 |            |
|        |       |---|---|---|---|              |---|---|---|---|            |
|        |       | 6 | * |   | 3 |              | 6 | * |   | 3 |            |
|        |   .---|---|---|---|---|---.      .---|---|---|---|---|---.        |
|        |   |   |   | 9 | 9 | 3 | 7 |      | 9 | 9 |   |   | 3 | 7 |        |
|        |   '---'---'---|---|---'---'      '---'---'---|---|---'---'        |
|        |               | 8 |                          | 8 |                |
|        |               '---'                          '---'                |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |           .---,                          .---,                    |
|        | 13)       | 4 |                14)       | 4 |                    |
|        |   .---.---|---|---.---.---.      .---.---|---|---.---.---.        |
|        |   | 1 | 1 |   | 5 | 5 | 2 |      | 1 | 1 |   | 5 | 5 | 2 |        |
|        |   '---|---|---|---|---|---'      '---|---|---|---|---|---'        |
|        |       | 6 |   | 5 | 5 |              | 6 |   | 5 | 5 |            |
|        |       |---|---|---|---|              |---|---|---|---|            |
|        |       | 6 | * | 8 | 3 |              | 6 |   | 8 | 3 |            |
|        |   .---|---|---|---|---|---.      .---|---|---|---|---|---.        |
|        |   | 9 | 9 |   |   | 3 | 7 |      | 9 | 9 |   |   | 3 | 7 |        |
|        |   '---'---'---|---|---'---'      '---'---'---|---|---'---'        |
|        |               |   |                          | * |                |
|        |               '---'                          '---'                |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Painting Scrap 19                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk up

  U n d e r g r o u n d  A r e a
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the pebble next to the wooden bucket in the bottom left corner (Hint
  Coin 176)

• Tap the left side of the floor, just above the steps (Hint Coin 177)

• Tap the grey bit under the candle on the left side of the room (Hint Coin
  178)

• Tap in between the cabinets on the right side of the room (Hint Coin 179)

• Tap the pictures at the back of the room

,============================================================================.
|       Checklist (without using Hint Coins or guessing wrong answers)       |
|============================================================================|
|      Puzzles Solved = 109                            Hint Coins = 189      |
|      UK Picarats = 3645                            US Picarats = 3595      |
'----------------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
| ,========================================================================. |
| | 4n)                   A F T E R  C H A P T E R  7               [WKA7] | |
| '========================================================================' |
'============================================================================'

  U n d e r g r o u n d  A r e a
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the picture to the left of the candle (Puzzle 091)

,============================================================================.
|                       PUZZLE 91: PATTERN MATCHING            PICARATS: 40  |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | An easy way to discount two of the options is to look at the      |
|        | shape of them. A and C will not fit in the gap, no matter how     |
|        | hard you try, so it is between B and D.                           |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | If you look at the two corner shapes, you will see that they need |
|        | to be a cross and a square to fit in with the pattern.            |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | B                                                                 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Bone China Teacup ---> Layton                                     |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk down

NOTE: You should now be able to unlock "The Decorator's House" challenges.

  U n d e r g r o u n d  P a t h
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk to the right

  U n d e r  t h e  S h a c k
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk to the left and up

  W a t e r s i d e  S h a c k
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk down

  S h a c k  P a t h
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk to the left

  P a r k  P a t h  F o r k
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk down

  P a r k  G a t e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk down

,============================================================================.
|       Checklist (without using Hint Coins or guessing wrong answers)       |
|============================================================================|
|      Puzzles Solved = 110                            Hint Coins = 189      |
|      UK Picarats = 3685                            US Picarats = 3635      |
'----------------------------------------------------------------------------'


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| ,========================================================================. |
| | 4o)  C H A P T E R  8  -  T H E  S H A D O W Y  I N T R U D E R [WKC8] | |
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  P a r k  R o a d
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk down the manhole

  S e w e r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk to the right

  S e w e r  D e a d  E n d
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Talk to Sylvain (Puzzle 092)

,============================================================================.
|                           PUZZLE 92: WASH UP                 PICARATS: 30  |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | This can be a little confusing if you are not 100% sure how it    |
|        | works. Basically the water can take any route around any corner.  |
|        | You need to begin at the start and follow the pipes around        |
|        | opening the fewest number of valves as possible.                  |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | At the first T-junction, take a left, then take the first right   |
|        | (up). This is the first valve you need to open. From here you     |
|        | have a pretty clear route to the exit.                            |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER |           ,-.                                                     |
|        |      V ,--' | V                                                   |
|        |        |    '-------.                                             |
|        |        X            |                                             |
|        |     V  | V  V    V  |                                             |
|        |        |            |  All you need to do is follow the route     |
|        |    V   '---. V      |  that I have mapped out here. There are two |
|        |        .---|--------'  valves that will require opening and they  |
|        |        |   |           are marked with an X.                      |
|        |   ,----|---|X-.V    V                                             |
|        |   |    |   |  |                                                   |
|        |   '----'   |  |V                                                  |
|        |            |  |                                                   |
|        |  S---------'  F                                                   |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk down

  S e w e r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk up the manhole

  P a r k  R o a d
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk to the right

  V i l l a g e  S q u a r e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk down

  E n t r a n c e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the blue door to get in the Inn

  I n n
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Talk to Beatrice

• Walk down to leave the Inn

  E n t r a n c e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk up

  V i l l a g e  S q u a r e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk to the right

  M a n o r  R o a d
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk up

  M a n o r  B o r d e r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Speak to Ramon (Puzzle 093)

,============================================================================.
|                        PUZZLE 93: OVER THE RIVER             PICARATS: 30  |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | As long as you stick to the rules set out in the problem, this    |
|        | puzzle isn't too difficult. Remember that you can also take       |
|        | things back from the right hand bank to the left hand bank.       |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | Follow the list of moves below:                                   |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 1) Take the sheep to the right hand bank.                         |
|        | 2) Take the empty raft back to the left hand bank.                |
|        | 3) Take the cabbage to the right hand bank.                       |
|        | 4) Take the sheep to the left hand bank.                          |
|        | 5) Take the wolf to the right hand bank.                          |
|        | 6) Take the empty raft back to the left hand bank.                |
|        | 7) Take the sheep to the right hand bank.                         |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | Another solution is to take the wolf across in the second move    |
|        | and leave the cabbage behind. Basically, you are doing the same   |
|        | thing but with different creatures and items.                     |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| REWARD | Painting Scrap 20                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk up

NOTE: You can now build the painting up a unlock the "The Art Lover's House"
      challenges

  R e i n h o l d  M a n o r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap on the door to enter

  M a n o r  F o y e r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk up the stairs

  M a n o r  P a r l o u r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
After a few scenes, you have to select an option to advance the story:

   1)   3. Sweet Potato Fritters (UK: Fresh cakes)

After yet another couple of scenes, you require to select another option:

   2)   1. During our search for Claudia.

NOTE: You have solved mystery 9.

,============================================================================.
|       Checklist (without using Hint Coins or guessing wrong answers)       |
|============================================================================|
|      Puzzles Solved = 112                            Hint Coins = 189      |
|      UK Picarats = 3745                            US Picarats = 3695      |
'----------------------------------------------------------------------------'


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| | 4p)                   A F T E R  C H A P T E R  8               [WKA8] | |
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  M a n o r  P a r l o u r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Talk to Lady Dahlia

• Walk down

  M a n o r  F o y e r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk down

  R e i n h o l d  M a n o r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk down

  M a n o r  B o r d e r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk down

  M a n o r  R o a d
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk to the left

  V i l l a g e  S q u a r e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk through the clock tower

  C l o c k  T o w e r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk up

  F o r k  i n  t h e  R o a d
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk to the left

  M a r k e t
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk up

  P a t h  E n t r a n c e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk up

  T o w e r  R o a d
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Talk to Martha (Puzzle 105)

,============================================================================.
|                       PUZZLE 105: ROLLING A THREE            PICARATS: 30  |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | Okay, don't even bother working anything too complex out. If the  |
|        | question was asking about the chances of rolling four threes in a |
|        | row then it would be more difficult. However, all it is asking is |
|        | the chances that you roll a three on your next turn.              |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 6                                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk up

NOTE: You have solved mystery 10.

,============================================================================.
|       Checklist (without using Hint Coins or guessing wrong answers)       |
|============================================================================|
|      Puzzles Solved = 113                            Hint Coins = 189      |
|      UK Picarats = 3775                            US Picarats = 3725      |
'----------------------------------------------------------------------------'


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| ,========================================================================. |
| | 4q)  C H A P T E R  9  -  T H E  T O W E R ' S  S E R C R E T   [WKC9] | |
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  D e a d  E n d
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Walk up

  T o w e r  E n t r a n c e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the bottom right side of the green-grey moss on the right side of the
  door (Hint Coin 180)

• Tap on the door

NOTE: You MUST have solved 75 puzzles to enter the tower, which you would have
      done if you followed this guide.

• After a couple of scenes, you end up in the Tower Cellar

  T o w e r  C e l l a r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap to the left of the bottom of the fridge looking machine in the middle of
  the room (Hint Coin 181)

• Tap the book on the right of the screen

• Head up the stairs on the left

NOTE: You have solved mystery 4 and mystery 6.

• After a few scenes, you are on the Tower Floor 1

  T o w e r  F l o o r  1
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the top of the barrel on the left (Hint Coin 182)

• Tap the red lock on the caged door on the left (Puzzle 094)

,============================================================================.
|                     PUZZLE 94: GET THE BALL OUT 4            PICARATS: 70  |
|============================================================================|
| ANSWER | Follow this list of moves.                                        |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | .---,       .---,                                                 |
|        | | * |       |   |                                                 |
|        | |---|---.---|---|                                                 |
|        | | 1 | 1 | 2 | 3 |                                                 |
|        | |---|---|---|---|   Each number represents a different shape on   |
|        | | 4 | 5 | 5 | 6 |   the board.  This is what you should see when  |
|        | |---|---|---|---|   this puzzle starts.  Follow the diagram to    |
|        | | 4 | 5 | 5 | 6 |   the right of the number indicating what move  |
|        | |---|---|---|---|   it shows.                                     |
|        | | 7 | 8 | 9 | 9 |                                                 |
|        | |---|---'---|---|                                                 |
|        | |   |       |   |                                                 |
|        | '---'       '---'                                                 |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |  1) .-,   .-,    2) .-,   .-,    3) .-,   .-,    4) .-,   .-,     |
|        |     |*|   | |       |*|   | |       |*|   | |       |*|   | |     |
|        |     |-|-.-|-|       |-|-.-|-|       |-|-.-|-|       |-|-.-|-|     |
|        |     |1|1|2|3|       |1|1|2|3|       |1|1|2|3|       |1|1|2|3|     |
|        |     |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|     |
|        |     |4|5|5|6|       |4|5|5|6|       |4|5|5|6|       |4|5|5| |     |
|        |     |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|     |
|        |     |4|5|5|6|       |4|5|5|6|       |4|5|5|6|       |4|5|5| |     |
|        |     |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|     |
|        |     | |8|9|9|       |8| |9|9|       |8|9|9| |       |8|9|9|6|     |
|        |     |-|-'-|-|       |-|-'-|-|       |-|-'-|-|       |-|-'-|-|     |
|        |     |7|   | |       |7|   | |       |7|   | |       |7|   |6|     |
|        |     '-'   '-'       '-'   '-'       '-'   '-'       '-'   '-'     |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |  5) .-,   .-,    6) .-,   .-,    7) .-,   .-,    8) .-,   .-,     |
|        |     |*|   | |       |*|   | |       |*|   | |       | |   | |     |
|        |     |-|-.-|-|       |-|-.-|-|       |-|-.-|-|       |-|-.-|-|     |
|        |     |1|1|2| |       |1|1| | |       | | |1|1|       | |*|1|1|     |
|        |     |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|     |
|        |     |4|5|5| |       |4|5|5|2|       |4|5|5|2|       |4|5|5|2|     |
|        |     |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|     |
|        |     |4|5|5|3|       |4|5|5|3|       |4|5|5|3|       |4|5|5|3|     |
|        |     |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|     |
|        |     |8|9|9|6|       |8|9|9|6|       |8|9|9|6|       |8|9|9|6|     |
|        |     |-|-'-|-|       |-|-'-|-|       |-|-'-|-|       |-|-'-|-|     |
|        |     |7|   |6|       |7|   |6|       |7|   |6|       |7|   |6|     |
|        |     '-'   '-'       '-'   '-'       '-'   '-'       '-'   '-'     |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |  9) .-,   .-,   10) .-,   .-,   11) .-,   .-,   12) .-,   .-,     |
|        |     |4|   | |       |4|   | |       |4|   | |       |4|   | |     |
|        |     |-|-.-|-|       |-|-.-|-|       |-|-.-|-|       |-|-.-|-|     |
|        |     |4|*|1|1|       |4|*|1|1|       |4|*|1|1|       |4|*| | |     |
|        |     |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|     |
|        |     | |5|5|2|       |5|5| |2|       |5|5| | |       |5|5|1|1|     |
|        |     |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|     |
|        |     | |5|5|3|       |5|5| |3|       |5|5|2|3|       |5|5|2|3|     |
|        |     |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|     |
|        |     |8|9|9|6|       |8|9|9|6|       |8|9|9|6|       |8|9|9|6|     |
|        |     |-|-'-|-|       |-|-'-|-|       |-|-'-|-|       |-|-'-|-|     |
|        |     |7|   |6|       |7|   |6|       |7|   |6|       |7|   |6|     |
|        |     '-'   '-'       '-'   '-'       '-'   '-'       '-'   '-'     |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 13) .-,   .-,   14) .-,   .-,   15) .-,   .-,   16) .-,   .-,     |
|        |     |4|   |*|       |4|   |*|       |4|   | |       |4|   |3|     |
|        |     |-|-.-|-|       |-|-.-|-|       |-|-.-|-|       |-|-.-|-|     |
|        |     |4| | | |       |4|1|1| |       |4|1|1| |       |4|1|1| |     |
|        |     |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|     |
|        |     |5|5|1|1|       |5|5| | |       |5|5|*| |       |5|5|*| |     |
|        |     |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|     |
|        |     |5|5|2|3|       |5|5|2|3|       |5|5|2|3|       |5|5|2| |     |
|        |     |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|     |
|        |     |8|9|9|6|       |8|9|9|6|       |8|9|9|6|       |8|9|9|6|     |
|        |     |-|-'-|-|       |-|-'-|-|       |-|-'-|-|       |-|-'-|-|     |
|        |     |7|   |6|       |7|   |6|       |7|   |6|       |7|   |6|     |
|        |     '-'   '-'       '-'   '-'       '-'   '-'       '-'   '-'     |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 17) .-,   .-,   18) .-,   .-,   19) .-,   .-,   20) .-,   .-,     |
|        |     |4|   |3|       |4|   |3|       |4|   |3|       |4|   |3|     |
|        |     |-|-.-|-|       |-|-.-|-|       |-|-.-|-|       |-|-.-|-|     |
|        |     |4|1|1| |       |4|1|1| |       |4|1|1| |       |4|1|1|6|     |
|        |     |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|     |
|        |     |5|5|*| |       |5|5| | |       |5|5|2| |       |5|5|2|6|     |
|        |     |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|     |
|        |     |5|5| |2|       |5|5|*|2|       |5|5|*| |       |5|5|*| |     |
|        |     |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|       |-|-|-|-|     |
|        |     |8|9|9|6|       |8|9|9|6|       |8|9|9|6|       |8|9|9| |     |
|        |     |-|-'-|-|       |-|-'-|-|       |-|-'-|-|       |-|-'-|-|     |
|        |     |7|   |6|       |7|   |6|       |7|   |6|       |7|   | |     |
|        |     '-'   '-'       '-'   '-'       '-'   '-'       '-'   '-'     |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |                          21) .-,   .-,                            |
|        |                              |4|   |3|                            |
|        |                              |-|-.-|-|                            |
|        |                              |4|1|1|6|                            |
|        |                              |-|-|-|-|                            |
|        |                              |5|5|2|6|                            |
|        |                              |-|-|-|-|                            |
|        |                              |5|5| | |                            |
|        |                              |-|-|-|-|                            |
|        |                              |8|9|9| |                            |
|        |                              |-|-'-|-|                            |
|        |                              |7|   |*|                            |
|        |                              '-'   '-'                            |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

NOTE: You have solved mystery 3.

• Walk up the stairs on the left

  T o w e r  F l o o r  2
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the pile of rubble on the upper level of this room (Hint Coin 183)

• Tap the "?" on the caged door (Puzzle 095)

,============================================================================.
|                       PUZZLE 95: A MAGIC SQUARE              PICARATS: 60  |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | In-Game Hint 1: The 5 goes in the centre space.                   |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | In-Game Hint 2: The total of each horizontal, vertical and        |
|        |                 diagonal is 15.                                   |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | In-Game Hint 3: You know that 5 goes in the centre space. You     |
|        |                 also know that each string of numbers equal 15.   |
|        |                 pair of numbers surrounding the 5 should equal    |
|        |                 10.  Pair 1 with 9, 2 with 8 etc.                 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER |  ,---.---.---.                                                    |
|        |  | 2 | 9 | 4 |                                                    |
|        |  |---|---|---|                                                    |
|        |  | 7 | 5 | 3 |                                                    |
|        |  |---|---|---|                                                    |
|        |  | 6 | 1 | 8 |                                                    |
|        |  '---'---'---'                                                    |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk up

  T o w e r  F l o o r  3
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the candle ledge without a candle on it on the right (Hint Coin 184)

• Talk to Pavel (Puzzle 096)

,============================================================================.
|                     PUZZLE 96: TAKE THE STAIRS (US)           PICARATS: 30 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | Your first thought will be to input 48 as the answer. This is     |
|        | wrong. How many floors between the one and four. How many between |
|        | four and eight? How long does it take to ascend one floor?        |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | Number of floors between four and one multiplied by how long it   |
|        | takes to climb one floor = your answer.                           |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 64 seconds                                                        |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                       PUZZLE 96: ON THE STAIRS (UK)           PICARATS: 30 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | 2) Steve and Mike are one step apart.                             |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | This clue states that these two people are next to each other, so |
|        | they can only be on the AB, BC or CD steps.                       |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 1) Jim and Tom are not next to each other.                        |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | This clue indicates that Jim and Tom must be either side of Steve |
|        | and Mike.  This means that Steve and Mike MUST be on steps B and  |
|        | C.  This narrows the steps that Jim could be on.                  |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 3) Tom is on a higher step than Steve.                            |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | The only step that Jim could be on that is higher that Steve      |
|        | would be A, as B and C is taken up by Mike or Steve from the      |
|        | previous point.  Jim has to be on the step below Steve and Mike.  |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | Jim is on step D.                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk up the stairs

  T o w e r  F l o o r  4
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the hole in the bottom of the wall on the left (Hint Coin 185)

• Tap the "?" on the caged door (Puzzle 097)

,============================================================================.
|                      PUZZLE 097: PRINCESS IN A BOX            PICARATS: 60 |
|============================================================================|
|   UK   | MAIDEN'S ESCAPE                                      PICARATS: 60 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | Follow this list of moves.                                        |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | .---.---.---.---.---.                                             |
|        | | 1 | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 |                                             |
|        | |---|---|---|---|---|---  Each number or letter represents a      |
|        | | * | * | 5 | 6 |   |     different shape on the board.  This is  |
|        | |---|---|---|---|---|     what you should see when the puzzle     |
|        | | * | * | 5 | 7 |   |     starts.  The step-by-step instructions  |
|        | |---|---|---|---|---|---  will relate to the numbers/letters in   |
|        | | 8 | 8 | 9 | A | B |     the diagram to the left.                |
|        | '---'---'---'---'---'                                             |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 1) Move 6 right 1 space                                           |
|        | 2) Move 7 right 1 space                                           |
|        | 3) Move 5 right 1 space                                           |
|        | 4) Move 2 down 2 spaces                                           |
|        | 5) Move 3 left 1 space and down 1 space:                          |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | .---.---.---.---.---.                                             |
|        | | 1 | 1 |   |   | 4 |                                             |
|        | |---|---|---|---|---|---                                          |
|        | | * | * | 3 | 5 | 6 |                                             |
|        | |---|---|---|---|---|                                             |
|        | | * | * | 2 | 5 | 7 |                                             |
|        | |---|---|---|---|---|---                                          |
|        | | 8 | 8 | 9 | A | B |                                             |
|        | '---'---'---'---'---'                                             |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 6) Move 1 right 2 spaces                                          |
|        | 7) Move * up 1 space                                              |
|        | 8) Move 2 left 2 spaces                                           |
|        | 9) Move 9 up 1 space and left 1 space                             |
|        | 10) Move A left 1 space                                           |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | .---.---.---.---.---.                                             |
|        | | * | * | 1 | 1 | 4 |                                             |
|        | |---|---|---|---|---|---                                          |
|        | | * | * | 3 | 5 | 6 |                                             |
|        | |---|---|---|---|---|                                             |
|        | | 2 | 9 |   | 5 | 7 |                                             |
|        | |---|---|---|---|---|---                                          |
|        | | 8 | 8 | A |   | B |                                             |
|        | '---'---'---'---'---'                                             |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 11) Move 5 down 1 space                                           |
|        | 12) Move 3 down 1 space                                           |
|        | 13) Move 1 down 1 space                                           |
|        | 14) Move 4 left 1 space                                           |
|        | 15) Move 6 up 1 space                                             |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | .---.---.---.---.---.                                             |
|        | | * | * |   | 4 | 6 |                                             |
|        | |---|---|---|---|---|---                                          |
|        | | * | * | 1 | 1 |   |                                             |
|        | |---|---|---|---|---|                                             |
|        | | 2 | 9 | 3 | 5 | 7 |                                             |
|        | |---|---|---|---|---|---                                          |
|        | | 8 | 8 | A | 5 | B |                                             |
|        | '---'---'---'---'---'                                             |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 16) Move 1 right 1 space                                          |
|        | 17) Move * right 1 space                                          |
|        | 18) Move 2 up 2 spaces                                            |
|        | 19) Move 9 left 1 space and up 1 space                            |
|        | 20) Move 8 up 1 space                                             |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | .---.---.---.---.---.                                             |
|        | | 2 | * | * | 4 | 6 |                                             |
|        | |---|---|---|---|---|---                                          |
|        | | 9 | * | * | 1 | 1 |                                             |
|        | |---|---|---|---|---|                                             |
|        | | 8 | 8 | 3 | 5 | 7 |                                             |
|        | |---|---|---|---|---|---                                          |
|        | |   |   | A | 5 | B |                                             |
|        | '---'---'---'---'---'                                             |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 21) Move A left 2 spaces                                          |
|        | 22) Move 3 down 1 space and left 1 space                          |
|        | 23) Move 5 left 1 space                                           |
|        | 24) Move 7 left 1 and down 1 space                                |
|        | 25) Move 1 down 1 space                                           |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | .---.---.---.---.---.                                             |
|        | | 2 | * | * | 4 | 6 |                                             |
|        | |---|---|---|---|---|---                                          |
|        | | 9 | * | * |   |   |                                             |
|        | |---|---|---|---|---|                                             |
|        | | 8 | 8 | 5 | 1 | 1 |                                             |
|        | |---|---|---|---|---|---                                          |
|        | | A | 3 | 5 | 7 | B |                                             |
|        | '---'---'---'---'---'                                             |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 26) Move 4 down 1 space and right 1 space                         |
|        | 27) Move * right 1 space                                          |
|        | 28) Move 9 right 1 space and up 1 space                           |
|        | 29) Move 8 up 1 space                                             |
|        | 30) Move 3 up 1 space and left 1 space                            |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | .---.---.---.---.---.                                             |
|        | | 2 | 9 | * | * | 6 |                                             |
|        | |---|---|---|---|---|---                                          |
|        | | 8 | 8 | * | * | 4 |                                             |
|        | |---|---|---|---|---|                                             |
|        | | 3 |   | 5 | 1 | 1 |                                             |
|        | |---|---|---|---|---|---                                          |
|        | | A |   | 5 | 7 | B |                                             |
|        | '---'---'---'---'---'                                             |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 31) Move 5 left 1 space                                           |
|        | 32) Move 7 left 1 space and up 1 space                            |
|        | 33) Move B left 2 space                                           |
|        | 34) Move 1 down 1 space                                           |
|        | 35) Move 4 down 1 space and left 1 space                          |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | .---.---.---.---.---.                                             |
|        | | 2 | 9 | * | * | 6 |                                             |
|        | |---|---|---|---|---|---                                          |
|        | | 8 | 8 | * | * |   |                                             |
|        | |---|---|---|---|---|                                             |
|        | | 3 | 5 | 7 | 4 |   |                                             |
|        | |---|---|---|---|---|---                                          |
|        | | A | 5 | B | 1 | 1 |                                             |
|        | '---'---'---'---'---'                                             |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 36) Move 6 down 2 spaces                                          |
|        | 37) Move * right 1 space                                          |
|        | 38) Move 7 up 2 spaces                                            |
|        | 39) Move 4 left 1 space and up 1 space                            |
|        | 40) Move 6 left 2 spaces                                          |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | .---.---.---.---.---.                                             |
|        | | 2 | 9 | 7 | * | * |                                             |
|        | |---|---|---|---|---|---                                          |
|        | | 8 | 8 | 4 | * | * |                                             |
|        | |---|---|---|---|---|                                             |
|        | | 3 | 5 | 6 |   |   |                                             |
|        | |---|---|---|---|---|---                                          |
|        | | A | 5 | B | 1 | 1 |                                             |
|        | '---'---'---'---'---'                                             |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 41) Move 8 down 1 space and right 2 spaces                        |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | Credit to Janie Thurman for pointing out a couple of wording      |
|        | mistakes in this puzzle.                                          |
|        |                                                                   |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

NOTE:  You have solved mystery 7 and mystery 8.

• Walk up the stairs on the right

  T o w e r  F l o o r  5
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the left table with two legs, near the back of the room (Hint Coin 186)

• Talk to Martha (Puzzle 098)

,============================================================================.
|                           PUZZLE 98: CARD ORDER              PICARATS: 70  |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | This is pretty simple as long as you listen to what each hint     |
|        | stipulates.                                                       |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | First of all place the club anywhere and the heart directly to    |
|        | the left of it. Secondly, you know that neither the diamond or    |
|        | joker is next to the spade. That means the spade is either next   |
|        | to the heart or the club.                                         |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | Thirdly, you know that the neither the joker or the diamond is    |
|        | next to the club. This means that the spade is to the right of    |
|        | the club. Finally, you know that neither the diamond or the spade |
|        | is next to the heart. This means the joker is next to the heart   |
|        | and the diamond is next to the joker.                             |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | Diamond  Joker  Heart  Club  Spade                                |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Walk up

  T o w e r  F l o o r  6
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the lower window above Layton and Luke's position (Hint Coin 187)

• Tap the "?" on the door (Puzzle 099)

,============================================================================.
|                           PUZZLE 99: 33333!                  PICARATS: 70  |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | In-Game Hint 1: The leftmost digit in the upper number is 4.      |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | In-Game Hint 2: 7 is the leftmost digit of the bottom number.     |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | In-Game Hint 3: For the top number going from the left, the first |
|        |                 three digits are 4, 1 and 2.                      |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | From the hints you know the locations of four of the numbers.     |
|        | From here you can work from left to right. Try and arrange each   |
|        | of the numbers so that you get a 3 on the bottom line.            |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER |  41286  OR  41268                                                 |
|        | - 7953     - 7935                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

NOTE:  You have solved mystery 5.

• Walk through the "?" door

  T o w e r  F l o o r  7
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap around the path area where the path turns to the left (Hint Coin 188)

• Tap on the "?" on the caged door (Puzzle 100)

,============================================================================.
|                      PUZZLE 100: MAKING A SQUARE             PICARATS: 70  |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | Most of the squares are tilted to 45 degrees, except one in the   |
|        | top left hand corner. Use the different colours so you don't get  |
|        | confused. You will have to use every single peg to get the all    |
|        | seven squares in.                                                 |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | The biggest hint I can give is that you should try and look for   |
|        | pegs that are diagonal to each other. If you can find four of     |
|        | these, there's a chance you have found one of the squares.        |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER |  1 1 . . .      . . . 2 .      . . . . .      . . . . .           |
|        |  1 1 . . . .    . . . . . .    . . . . . .    . . 4 . . .         |
|        |  . .   . . .    2 .   . . .    . .   . . .    . .   . . 4         |
|        |    . . . . .      . . . . 2      3 . . . .      . . . . .         |
|        |  . . . .        . . . .        3 . 3 .        . 4 . .             |
|        |    . .   .        . 2   .        3 .   .        . .   4           |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |   SQUARE 1       SQUARE 2        SQUARE 3       SQUARE 4          |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |          . . . . 5      . . 6 . .      . . . . .                  |
|        |          . . . 5 . 5    . . . . 6 .    . . . . . .                |
|        |          . .   . 5 .    . 6   . . .    . .   7 . .                |
|        |            . . . . .      . . 6 . .      . 7 . 7 .                |
|        |          . . . .        . . . .        . . . 7                    |
|        |            . .   .        . .   .        . .   .                  |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |            SQUARE 5       SQUARE 6       SQUARE 7                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

NOTE: You have completed every puzzle in this game.  However, you still need to
      continue with the story and credits to unlock every puzzle this game has
      to offer.

• Walk up the stairs on the left

  S p i r a l  S t a i r c a s e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap on the third light from the right on the back wall (Hint Coin 189)

• Walk to the top

,============================================================================.
|       Checklist (without using Hint Coins or guessing wrong answers)       |
|============================================================================|
|      Puzzles Solved = 120                            Hint Coins = 199      |
|      UK Picarats = 4205                            US Picarats = 4155      |
'----------------------------------------------------------------------------'


,============================================================================.
| ,========================================================================. |
| |                       A F T E R  C H A P T E R  9                      | |
| '========================================================================' |
'============================================================================'

  T o w e r  T o p  F l o o r
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Tap the middle of the grass area in the middle of the screen (Hint Coin
  190)

,============================================================================.
|       Checklist (without using Hint Coins or guessing wrong answers)       |
|============================================================================|
|      Puzzles Solved = 120                            Hint Coins = 200      |
|      UK Picarats = 4175                            US Picarats = 4125      |
'----------------------------------------------------------------------------'

• Tap on the cottage door

    - Choose "1. Continue into the house." if you have been told you have
      completed every puzzle in the game.
    - Choosing the other option will take you back outside the tower.

NOTE:  You have solved mystery 2 after you have watched some scenes.

• Watch the scenes, then press where the Golden Apple is on the picture.

NOTE:  You have solved mystery 1.

• Watch the scenes and let the game get to the credits.


,============================================================================.
| ,========================================================================. |
| | 5)               L A Y T O N ' S  C H A L L E N G E S           [LTCG] | |
| '========================================================================' |
'============================================================================'

  T h e  I n v e n t o r ' s  H o u s e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
,============================================================================.
|                      PUZZLE 121: DIAMOND IN THE FLAG          PICARATS: 60 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | You know that the total length is 120in. You can account for 60   |
|        | of those already. This means you know the width of the diamond.   |
|        | You know that height is 80 and you can account for 40 of them.    |
|        | Multiply the two numbers that you know, then halve the total to   |
|        | get the answer in inches.                                         |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | Now all you need to do is work out the total area of the flag and |
|        | work out the percentage area of the diamond. Now express this as  |
|        | a fraction.                                                       |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 8                                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                         PUZZLE 122: THE NEXT DIE             PICARATS: 60  |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | Your first thought will be too look at the total number of dots   |
|        | on each die. This is mostly wrong, but not completely. If you     |
|        | look along the line you will see three rows of dots made up by    |
|        | the dice. You should look along the top row for a pattern.        |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | The answer is C. You should see the number of dots that are next  |
|        | to each other without breaks increase by one each time. The last  |
|        | die needs three dots on the top row to continue the pattern.      |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                       PUZZLE 123: TONS OF TRIANGLES           PICARATS: 60 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | Really all you can do here is search for the triangles. It is a   |
|        | good idea to keep a track of the ones that you have already       |
|        | found. The best way to do this is with pen and paper as there     |
|        | won't be enough space on screen. Remember that all the shapes in  |
|        | the picture aren't triangles so don't count four-sided shapes!    |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 17                                                                |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'


  T h e  D e c o r a t o r ' s  H o u s e
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
,============================================================================.
|                        PUZZLE 124: MISSING NUMBER             PICARATS: 70 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | Think of the numbers as dates. Possibly around the turn of the    |
|        | year.                                                             |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 1                                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'


,============================================================================.
|                       PUZZLE 125: ROLLING THE DIE             PICARATS: 80 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | If you add all the dots up on a die, you will get 21. The numbers |
|        | the boy shouts out are always lower than 21. Obviously he isn't   |
|        | taking away the number that he rolled, so what else could be he   |
|        | be taking away? The opposite sides of a die always add up to 7.   |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 17. Opposite the 3 on the die is 4. Take 4 from 21 to get the     |
|        | answer. In actual fact you are counting the dots that are still   |
|        | showing.                                                          |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'


,============================================================================.
|                        PUZZLE 126: RED AND BLUE 2            PICARATS: 70  |
|============================================================================|
| ANSWER | Follow this list of moves.                                        |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | .--.        .--.                                                  |
|        | |R1|        |B1|  Each number represents a different shape on the |
|        | |--|  .--.  |--|  board.  This is what you should see when this   |
|        | |R2|  |  |  |B2|  puzzle starts.  Follow the diagram to the right |
|        | |--|--|--|--|--|  of the number indicating what move it shows.    |
|        | |R3|  |  |  |B3|  The number next to each "R" and "B" represents  |
|        | |--|--'--'--|--|  sequence of the letters in the alphabet shown   |
|        | |R4|        |B4|  in this puzzle.                                 |
|        | '--'        '--'                                                  |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |  1) .--.        .--.   2) .--.        .--.   3) .--.        .--.  |
|        |     |R1|        |B1|      |R1|        |B1|      |R1|        |B1|  |
|        |     |--|  .--.  |--|      |--|  .--.  |--|      |--|  .--.  |--|  |
|        |     |R2|  |B3|  |B2|      |R2|  |B3|  |B2|      |R2|  |B3|  |B2|  |
|        |     |--|--|--|--|--|      |--|--|--|--|--|      |--|--|--|--|--|  |
|        |     |R3|  |  |  |  |      |  |  |  |  |R3|      |  |  |  |R4|R3|  |
|        |     |--|--'--'--|--|      |--|--'--'--|--|      |--|--'--'--|--|  |
|        |     |R4|        |B4|      |R4|        |B4|      |  |        |B4|  |
|        |     '--'        '--'      '--'        '--'      '--'        '--'  |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |  4) .--.        .--.   5) .--.        .--.   6) .--.        .--.  |
|        |     |R1|        |B1|      |R1|        |B1|      |R1|        |B1|  |
|        |     |--|  .--.  |--|      |--|  .--.  |--|      |--|  .--.  |--|  |
|        |     |R2|  |  |  |B2|      |R2|  |R4|  |B2|      |R2|  |R4|  |B2|  |
|        |     |--|--|--|--|--|      |--|--|--|--|--|      |--|--|--|--|--|  |
|        |     |  |  |  |R4|R3|      |  |  |  |  |R3|      |R3|  |  |  |  |  |
|        |     |--|--'--'--|--|      |--|--'--'--|--|      |--|--'--'--|--|  |
|        |     |B3|        |B4|      |B3|        |B4|      |B3|        |B4|  |
|        |     '--'        '--'      '--'        '--'      '--'        '--'  |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |  7) .--.        .--.   8) .--.        .--.   9) .--.        .--.  |
|        |     |R1|        |B1|      |R1|        |B1|      |R1|        |B1|  |
|        |     |--|  .--.  |--|      |--|  .--.  |--|      |--|  .--.  |--|  |
|        |     |R2|  |R4|  |B2|      |R2|  |  |  |B2|      |R2|  |B4|  |B2|  |
|        |     |--|--|--|--|--|      |--|--|--|--|--|      |--|--|--|--|--|  |
|        |     |R3|B4|  |  |  |      |R3|B4|  |  |  |      |R3|  |  |  |  |  |
|        |     |--|--'--'--|--|      |--|--'--'--|--|      |--|--'--'--|--|  |
|        |     |B3|        |B4|      |B3|        |R4|      |B3|        |R4|  |
|        |     '--'        '--'      '--'        '--'      '--'        '--'  |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 10) .--.        .--.  11) .--.        .--.  12) .--.        .--.  |
|        |     |R1|        |B1|      |R1|        |B1|      |R1|        |B1|  |
|        |     |--|  .--.  |--|      |--|  .--.  |--|      |--|  .--.  |--|  |
|        |     |R2|  |B4|  |B2|      |R2|  |B4|  |B2|      |R2|  |  |  |B2|  |
|        |     |--|--|--|--|--|      |--|--|--|--|--|      |--|--|--|--|--|  |
|        |     |  |  |  |  |R3|      |  |  |  |B3|R3|      |  |  |  |B3|R3|  |
|        |     |--|--'--'--|--|      |--|--'--'--|--|      |--|--'--'--|--|  |
|        |     |B3|        |R4|      |  |        |R4|      |B4|        |R4|  |
|        |     '--'        '--'      '--'        '--'      '--'        '--'  |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 13) .--.        .--.  14) .--.        .--.  15) .--.        .--.  |
|        |     |R1|        |B1|      |R1|        |B1|      |  |        |B1|  |
|        |     |--|  .--.  |--|      |--|  .--.  |--|      |--|  .--.  |--|  |
|        |     |  |  |R2|  |B2|      |  |  |R2|  |B2|      |  |  |R2|  |B2|  |
|        |     |--|--|--|--|--|      |--|--|--|--|--|      |--|--|--|--|--|  |
|        |     |  |  |  |B3|R3|      |  |B4|  |B3|R3|      |  |B4|  |B3|R3|  |
|        |     |--|--'--'--|--|      |--|--'--'--|--|      |--|--'--'--|--|  |
|        |     |B4|        |R4|      |  |        |R4|      |R1|        |R4|  |
|        |     '--'        '--'      '--'        '--'      '--'        '--'  |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 16) .--.        .--.  17) .--.        .--.  18) .--.        .--.  |
|        |     |B4|        |B1|      |B4|        |B1|      |B4|        |B1|  |
|        |     |--|  .--.  |--|      |--|  .--.  |--|      |--|  .--.  |--|  |
|        |     |  |  |R2|  |B2|      |B3|  |R2|  |B2|      |B3|  |R2|  |B2|  |
|        |     |--|--|--|--|--|      |--|--|--|--|--|      |--|--|--|--|--|  |
|        |     |  |  |  |B3|R3|      |  |  |  |  |R3|      |R3|  |  |  |  |  |
|        |     |--|--'--'--|--|      |--|--'--'--|--|      |--|--'--'--|--|  |
|        |     |R1|        |R4|      |R1|        |R4|      |R1|        |R4|  |
|        |     '--'        '--'      '--'        '--'      '--'        '--'  |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 19) .--.        .--.  20) .--.        .--.  21) .--.        .--.  |
|        |     |B4|        |B1|      |B4|        |B1|      |B4|        |B1|  |
|        |     |--|  .--.  |--|      |--|  .--.  |--|      |--|  .--.  |--|  |
|        |     |B3|  |R2|  |  |      |B3|  |  |  |  |      |B3|  |B2|  |  |  |
|        |     |--|--|--|--|--|      |--|--|--|--|--|      |--|--|--|--|--|  |
|        |     |R3|B2|  |  |  |      |R3|B2|  |R2|  |      |R3|  |  |R2|  |  |
|        |     |--|--'--'--|--|      |--|--'--'--|--|      |--|--'--'--|--|  |
|        |     |R1|        |R4|      |R1|        |R4|      |R1|        |R4|  |
|        |     '--'        '--'      '--'        '--'      '--'        '--'  |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 22) .--.        .--.  23) .--.        .--.  24) .--.        .--.  |
|        |     |B4|        |B1|      |B4|        |  |      |B4|        |R4|  |
|        |     |--|  .--.  |--|      |--|  .--.  |--|      |--|  .--.  |--|  |
|        |     |B3|  |B2|  |  |      |B3|  |B2|  |  |      |B3|  |B2|  |  |  |
|        |     |--|--|--|--|--|      |--|--|--|--|--|      |--|--|--|--|--|  |
|        |     |R3|R2|  |  |  |      |R3|R2|  |B1|  |      |R3|R2|  |B1|  |  |
|        |     |--|--'--'--|--|      |--|--'--'--|--|      |--|--'--'--|--|  |
|        |     |R1|        |R4|      |R1|        |R4|      |R1|        |  |  |
|        |     '--'        '--'      '--'        '--'      '--'        '--'  |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 25) .--.        .--.  26) .--.        .--.  27) .--.        .--.  |
|        |     |B4|        |R4|      |B4|        |R4|      |B4|        |R4|  |
|        |     |--|  .--.  |--|      |--|  .--.  |--|      |--|  .--.  |--|  |
|        |     |B3|  |B2|  |  |      |B3|  |B2|  |R2|      |B3|  |B2|  |R2|  |
|        |     |--|--|--|--|--|      |--|--|--|--|--|      |--|--|--|--|--|  |
|        |     |R3|R2|  |  |  |      |R3|  |  |  |  |      |  |  |  |  |R3|  |
|        |     |--|--'--'--|--|      |--|--'--'--|--|      |--|--'--'--|--|  |
|        |     |R1|        |B1|      |R1|        |B1|      |R1|        |B1|  |
|        |     '--'        '--'      '--'        '--'      '--'        '--'  |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 28) .--.        .--.  29) .--.        .--.  30) .--.        .--.  |
|        |     |B4|        |R4|      |B4|        |R4|      |B4|        |R4|  |
|        |     |--|  .--.  |--|      |--|  .--.  |--|      |--|  .--.  |--|  |
|        |     |B3|  |B2|  |R2|      |B3|  |  |  |R2|      |B3|  |R1|  |R2|  |
|        |     |--|--|--|--|--|      |--|--|--|--|--|      |--|--|--|--|--|  |
|        |     |  |  |  |R1|R3|      |  |  |  |R1|R3|      |  |  |  |  |R3|  |
|        |     |--|--'--'--|--|      |--|--'--'--|--|      |--|--'--'--|--|  |
|        |     |  |        |B1|      |B2|        |B1|      |B2|        |B1|  |
|        |     '--'        '--'      '--'        '--'      '--'        '--'  |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 31) .--.        .--.  32) .--.        .--.  33) .--.        .--.  |
|        |     |B4|        |R4|      |B4|        |R4|      |B4|        |R4|  |
|        |     |--|  .--.  |--|      |--|  .--.  |--|      |--|  .--.  |--|  |
|        |     |B3|  |R1|  |R2|      |B3|  |R1|  |R2|      |B3|  |  |  |R2|  |
|        |     |--|--|--|--|--|      |--|--|--|--|--|      |--|--|--|--|--|  |
|        |     |R3|  |  |  |  |      |R3|B1|  |  |  |      |R3|B1|  |  |  |  |
|        |     |--|--'--'--|--|      |--|--'--'--|--|      |--|--'--'--|--|  |
|        |     |B2|        |B1|      |B2|        |  |      |B2|        |R1|  |
|        |     '--'        '--'      '--'        '--'      '--'        '--'  |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 34) .--.        .--.  35) .--.        .--.  36) .--.        .--.  |
|        |     |B4|        |R4|      |B4|        |R4|      |B4|        |R4|  |
|        |     |--|  .--.  |--|      |--|  .--.  |--|      |--|  .--.  |--|  |
|        |     |B3|  |B1|  |R2|      |B3|  |B1|  |R2|      |B3|  |  |  |R2|  |
|        |     |--|--|--|--|--|      |--|--|--|--|--|      |--|--|--|--|--|  |
|        |     |R3|  |  |  |  |      |  |  |  |  |R3|      |B1|  |  |  |R3|  |
|        |     |--|--'--'--|--|      |--|--'--'--|--|      |--|--'--'--|--|  |
|        |     |B2|        |R1|      |B2|        |R1|      |B2|        |R1|  |
|        |     '--'        '--'      '--'        '--'      '--'        '--'  |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 37) .--.        .--.  38) .--.        .--.  39) .--.        .--.  |
|        |     |B4|        |R4|      |B4|        |R4|      |B4|        |R4|  |
|        |     |--|  .--.  |--|      |--|  .--.  |--|      |--|  .--.  |--|  |
|        |     |B3|  |R3|  |R2|      |B3|  |R3|  |  |      |B3|  |R3|  |  |  |
|        |     |--|--|--|--|--|      |--|--|--|--|--|      |--|--|--|--|--|  |
|        |     |B1|  |  |  |  |      |B1|R2|  |  |  |      |B1|R2|R1|  |  |  |
|        |     |--|--'--'--|--|      |--|--'--'--|--|      |--|--'--'--|--|  |
|        |     |B2|        |R1|      |B2|        |R1|      |B2|        |  |  |
|        |     '--'        '--'      '--'        '--'      '--'        '--'  |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 40) .--.        .--.  41) .--.        .--.  42) .--.        .--.  |
|        |     |B4|        |  |      |B4|        |R1|      |B4|        |R1|  |
|        |     |--|  .--.  |--|      |--|  .--.  |--|      |--|  .--.  |--|  |
|        |     |B3|  |R3|  |  |      |B3|  |R3|  |  |      |B3|  |R3|  |R2|  |
|        |     |--|--|--|--|--|      |--|--|--|--|--|      |--|--|--|--|--|  |
|        |     |B1|R2|R1|  |  |      |B1|R2|  |  |  |      |B1|  |  |  |  |  |
|        |     |--|--'--'--|--|      |--|--'--'--|--|      |--|--'--'--|--|  |
|        |     |B2|        |R4|      |B2|        |R4|      |B2|        |R4|  |
|        |     '--'        '--'      '--'        '--'      '--'        '--'  |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 43) .--.        .--.  44) .--.        .--.  45) .--.        .--.  |
|        |     |B4|        |R1|      |B4|        |R1|      |B4|        |R1|  |
|        |     |--|  .--.  |--|      |--|  .--.  |--|      |--|  .--.  |--|  |
|        |     |B3|  |  |  |R2|      |B3|  |B1|  |R2|      |B3|  |B1|  |R2|  |
|        |     |--|--|--|--|--|      |--|--|--|--|--|      |--|--|--|--|--|  |
|        |     |B1|  |  |  |R3|      |B1|  |  |  |R3|      |  |  |  |B2|R3|  |
|        |     |--|--'--'--|--|      |--|--'--'--|--|      |--|--'--'--|--|  |
|        |     |B2|        |R4|      |B2|        |R4|      |  |        |R4|  |
|        |     '--'        '--'      '--'        '--'      '--'        '--'  |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 46) .--.        .--.  47) .--.        .--.  48) .--.        .--.  |
|        |     |B4|        |R1|      |B4|        |R1|      |B4|        |R1|  |
|        |     |--|  .--.  |--|      |--|  .--.  |--|      |--|  .--.  |--|  |
|        |     |B3|  |  |  |R2|      |  |  |B3|  |R2|      |  |  |B3|  |R2|  |
|        |     |--|--|--|--|--|      |--|--|--|--|--|      |--|--|--|--|--|  |
|        |     |  |  |  |B2|R3|      |  |  |  |B2|R3|      |  |  |B1|B2|R3|  |
|        |     |--|--'--'--|--|      |--|--'--'--|--|      |--|--'--'--|--|  |
|        |     |B1|        |R4|      |B1|        |R4|      |  |        |R4|  |
|        |     '--'        '--'      '--'        '--'      '--'        '--'  |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 49) .--.        .--.  50) .--.        .--.  51) .--.        .--.  |
|        |     |  |        |R1|      |B1|        |R1|      |B1|        |R1|  |
|        |     |--|  .--.  |--|      |--|  .--.  |--|      |--|  .--.  |--|  |
|        |     |  |  |B3|  |R2|      |  |  |B3|  |R2|      |B2|  |B3|  |R2|  |
|        |     |--|--|--|--|--|      |--|--|--|--|--|      |--|--|--|--|--|  |
|        |     |  |  |B1|B2|R3|      |  |  |  |B2|R3|      |  |  |  |  |R3|  |
|        |     |--|--'--'--|--|      |--|--'--'--|--|      |--|--'--'--|--|  |
|        |     |B4|        |R4|      |B4|        |R4|      |B4|        |R4|  |
|        |     '--'        '--'      '--'        '--'      '--'        '--'  |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |                       52) .--.        .--.                        |
|        |                           |B1|        |R1|                        |
|        |                           |--|  .--.  |--|                        |
|        |                           |B2|  |  |  |R2|                        |
|        |                           |--|--|--|--|--|                        |
|        |                           |B3|  |  |  |R3|                        |
|        |                           |--|--'--'--|--|                        |
|        |                           |B4|        |R4|                        |
|        |                           '--'        '--'                        |
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,============================================================================.
|                      PUZZLE 127: PERIMETER PERPLEXER          PICARATS: 70 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | Draw a line from the right corner of the "<---5m--->" indicator   |
|        | to the bottom of the shape.  You now have 4 sections of 1.5m to   |
|        | work with.  The left and right edges of this shape are the same   |
|        | length, as would the top part be with the bottom part up to the   |
|        | line you drew, making a total of 20.  Add the 4 1.5 m to the      |
|        | total to get the answer.                                          |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 26                                                                |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'


,============================================================================.
|                          PUZZLE 128: NUMBER LOCK              PICARATS: 70 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | The number you are looking for is 72. The in-game hints will tell |
|        | you that the unneeded numbers are 7 and 5. And that you should    |
|        | make 2 the centre number. You should note that there are various  |
|        | solutions to this problem.                                        |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER |                             6   1                                 |
|        |                             4 2 9                                 |
|        |                             3   8                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'


,============================================================================.
|                          PUZZLE 129: FOUR BALLS               PICARATS: 70 |
|============================================================================|
|        |         .-.                                                       |
|        |         |G|                                                       |
|        | .-.-.-.-|-|                                                       |
|        | |B| |1|1| |   Each number represents a different shape on the     |
|        | '-|-|-|-|-|   board.  The letters B, G, R and Y represent the     |
|        |   |2|3|3|4|   each different ball colour, with the first letter   |
|        |   |-|-|-|-|   of each colour being used on the grid.  Follow the  |
|        |   |2|3|3|4|   diagram to the right of the number indicating what  |
|        |   |-|-|-|-|-. move it shows.                                      |
|        |   | |5|5| |Y|                                                     |
|        |   |-|-'-'-'-'                                                     |
|        |   |R|                                                             |
|        |   '-'                                                             |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |         .-.              .-.              .-.              .-.    |
|        | 1)      |G|      2)      | |      3)      |4|      4)      |4|    |
|        | .-.-.-.-|-|      .-.-.-.-|-|      .-.-.-.-|-|      .-.-.-.-|-|    |
|        | |B|1|1| | |      |B|1|1|G| |      |B|1|1|G|4|      |B|1|1|G|4|    |
|        | '-|-|-|-|-|      '-|-|-|-|-|      '-|-|-|-|-|      '-|-|-|-|-|    |
|        |   |2|3|3|4|        |2|3|3|4|        |2|3|3| |        |2|3|3|Y|    |
|        |   |-|-|-|-|        |-|-|-|-|        |-|-|-|-|        |-|-|-|-|    |
|        |   |2|3|3|4|        |2|3|3|4|        |2|3|3| |        |2|3|3| |    |
|        |   |-|-|-|-|-.      |-|-|-|-|-.      |-|-|-|-|-.      |-|-|-|-|-.  |
|        |   | |5|5| |Y|      | |5|5| |Y|      | |5|5| |Y|      | |5|5| | |  |
|        |   |-|-'-'-'-'      |-|-'-'-'-'      |-|-'-'-'-'      |-|-'-'-'-'  |
|        |   |R|              |R|              |R|              |R|          |
|        |   '-'              '-'              '-'              '-'          |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |         .-.              .-.              .-.              .-.    |
|        | 5)      |4|      6)      |4|      7)      |4|      8)      |4|    |
|        | .-.-.-.-|-|      .-.-.-.-|-|      .-.-.-.-|-|      .-.-.-.-|-|    |
|        | |B|1|1|G|4|      |B|1|1|G|4|      |B|1|1|G|4|      |B|1|1| |4|    |
|        | '-|-|-|-|-|      '-|-|-|-|-|      '-|-|-|-|-|      '-|-|-|-|-|    |
|        |   |2|3|3|Y|        |2| | |Y|        |2|Y| | |        |2|Y|G| |    |
|        |   |-|-|-|-|        |-|-|-|-|        |-|-|-|-|        |-|-|-|-|    |
|        |   |2|3|3| |        |2|3|3| |        |2|3|3| |        |2|3|3| |    |
|        |   |-|-|-|-|-.      |-|-|-|-|-.      |-|-|-|-|-.      |-|-|-|-|-.  |
|        |   | | | |5|5|      | |3|3|5|5|      | |3|3|5|5|      | |3|3|5|5|  |
|        |   |-|-'-'-'-'      |-|-'-'-'-'      |-|-'-'-'-'      |-|-'-'-'-'  |
|        |   |R|              |R|              |R|              |R|          |
|        |   '-'              '-'              '-'              '-'          |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |         .-.              .-.              .-.              .-.    |
|        | 9)      | |      10)     | |      11)     | |      12)     | |    |
|        | .-.-.-.-|-|      .-.-.-.-|-|      .-.-.-.-|-|      .-.-.-.-|-|    |
|        | |B|1|1| | |      |B| | |1|1|      |B| | |1|1|      | | |B|1|1|    |
|        | '-|-|-|-|-|      '-|-|-|-|-|      '-|-|-|-|-|      '-|-|-|-|-|    |
|        |   |2|Y|G|4|        |2|Y|G|4|        | |Y|G|4|        | |Y|G|4|    |
|        |   |-|-|-|-|        |-|-|-|-|        |-|-|-|-|        |-|-|-|-|    |
|        |   |2|3|3|4|        |2|3|3|4|        |2|3|3|4|        |2|3|3|4|    |
|        |   |-|-|-|-|-.      |-|-|-|-|-.      |-|-|-|-|-.      |-|-|-|-|-.  |
|        |   | |3|3|5|5|      | |3|3|5|5|      |2|3|3|5|5|      |2|3|3|5|5|  |
|        |   |-|-'-'-'-'      |-|-'-'-'-'      |-|-'-'-'-'      |-|-'-'-'-'  |
|        |   |R|              |R|              |R|              |R|          |
|        |   '-'              '-'              '-'              '-'          |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |         .-.              .-.              .-.              .-.    |
|        | 13)     | |      14)     | |      15)     | |      16)     | |    |
|        | .-.-.-.-|-|      .-.-.-.-|-|      .-.-.-.-|-|      .-.-.-.-|-|    |
|        | |Y| |B|1|1|      |Y| |B|1|1|      |Y| | |1|1|      |Y|1|1| | |    |
|        | '-|-|-|-|-|      '-|-|-|-|-|      '-|-|-|-|-|      '-|-|-|-|-|    |
|        |   | | |G|4|        |G| | |4|        |G| |B|4|        |G| |B|4|    |
|        |   |-|-|-|-|        |-|-|-|-|        |-|-|-|-|        |-|-|-|-|    |
|        |   |2|3|3|4|        |2|3|3|4|        |2|3|3|4|        |2|3|3|4|    |
|        |   |-|-|-|-|-.      |-|-|-|-|-.      |-|-|-|-|-.      |-|-|-|-|-.  |
|        |   |2|3|3|5|5|      |2|3|3|5|5|      |2|3|3|5|5|      |2|3|3|5|5|  |
|        |   |-|-'-'-'-'      |-|-'-'-'-'      |-|-'-'-'-'      |-|-'-'-'-'  |
|        |   |R|              |R|              |R|              |R|          |
|        |   '-'              '-'              '-'              '-'          |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |         .-.              .-.              .-.              .-.    |
|        | 17)     |4|      18)     |4|      19)     |4|      20)     |4|    |
|        | .-.-.-.-|-|      .-.-.-.-|-|      .-.-.-.-|-|      .-.-.-.-|-|    |
|        | |Y|1|1| |4|      |Y|1|1|B|4|      |Y|1|1|B|4|      |Y|1|1|B|4|    |
|        | '-|-|-|-|-|      '-|-|-|-|-|      '-|-|-|-|-|      '-|-|-|-|-|    |
|        |   |G| |B| |        |G| | | |        |G| |3|3|        |G|2|3|3|    |
|        |   |-|-|-|-|        |-|-|-|-|        |-|-|-|-|        |-|-|-|-|    |
|        |   |2|3|3| |        |2|3|3| |        |2| |3|3|        | |2|3|3|    |
|        |   |-|-|-|-|-.      |-|-|-|-|-.      |-|-|-|-|-.      |-|-|-|-|-.  |
|        |   |2|3|3|5|5|      |2|3|3|5|5|      |2| | |5|5|      | | | |5|5|  |
|        |   |-|-'-'-'-'      |-|-'-'-'-'      |-|-'-'-'-'      |-|-'-'-'-'  |
|        |   |R|              |R|              |R|              |R|          |
|        |   '-'              '-'              '-'              '-'          |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |         .-.              .-.              .-.              .-.    |
|        | 21)     |4|      22)     |4|      23)     |4|      24)     |4|    |
|        | .-.-.-.-|-|      .-.-.-.-|-|      .-.-.-.-|-|      .-.-.-.-|-|    |
|        | |Y|1|1|B|4|      |Y|1|1|B|4|      |Y|1|1|B|4|      |Y|1|1|B|4|    |
|        | '-|-|-|-|-|      '-|-|-|-|-|      '-|-|-|-|-|      '-|-|-|-|-|    |
|        |   |G|2|3|3|        | |2|3|3|        | | |3|3|        |R| |3|3|    |
|        |   |-|-|-|-|        |-|-|-|-|        |-|-|-|-|        |-|-|-|-|    |
|        |   | |2|3|3|        | |2|3|3|        |2| |3|3|        |2| |3|3|    |
|        |   |-|-|-|-|-.      |-|-|-|-|-.      |-|-|-|-|-.      |-|-|-|-|-.  |
|        |   | |R| |5|5|      | |R| |5|5|      |2|R| |5|5|      |2| | |5|5|  |
|        |   |-|-'-'-'-'      |-|-'-'-'-'      |-|-'-'-'-'      |-|-'-'-'-'  |
|        |   | |              |G|              |G|              |G|          |
|        |   '-'              '-'              '-'              '-'          |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |         .-.              .-.              .-.              .-.    |
|        | 25)     |4|      26)     |4|      27)     |4|      28)     |4|    |
|        | .-.-.-.-|-|      .-.-.-.-|-|      .-.-.-.-|-|      .-.-.-.-|-|    |
|        | |Y|1|1|B|4|      |Y|1|1| |4|      |Y|1|1|R|4|      |Y|1|1|R|4|    |
|        | '-|-|-|-|-|      '-|-|-|-|-|      '-|-|-|-|-|      '-|-|-|-|-|    |
|        |   |R| | | |        |R| | | |        | | | | |        | |3|3| |    |
|        |   |-|-|-|-|        |-|-|-|-|        |-|-|-|-|        |-|-|-|-|    |
|        |   |2|3|3| |        |2|3|3|B|        |2|3|3|B|        |2|3|3|B|    |
|        |   |-|-|-|-|-.      |-|-|-|-|-.      |-|-|-|-|-.      |-|-|-|-|-.  |
|        |   |2|3|3|5|5|      |2|3|3|5|5|      |2|3|3|5|5|      |2| | |5|5|  |
|        |   |-|-'-'-'-'      |-|-'-'-'-'      |-|-'-'-'-'      |-|-'-'-'-'  |
|        |   |G|              |G|              |G|              |G|          |
|        |   '-'              '-'              '-'              '-'          |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |         .-.              .-.              .-.              .-.    |
|        | 29)     |4|      30)     |4|      31)     | |      32)     |R|    |
|        | .-.-.-.-|-|      .-.-.-.-|-|      .-.-.-.-|-|      .-.-.-.-|-|    |
|        | |Y|1|1|R|4|      |Y|1|1|R|4|      |Y|1|1|R| |      |Y|1|1| | |    |
|        | '-|-|-|-|-|      '-|-|-|-|-|      '-|-|-|-|-|      '-|-|-|-|-|    |
|        |   | |3|3| |        | |3|3| |        | |3|3| |        | |3|3| |    |
|        |   |-|-|-|-|        |-|-|-|-|        |-|-|-|-|        |-|-|-|-|    |
|        |   |2|3|3|B|        |2|3|3| |        |2|3|3|4|        |2|3|3|4|    |
|        |   |-|-|-|-|-.      |-|-|-|-|-.      |-|-|-|-|-.      |-|-|-|-|-.  |
|        |   |2|5|5| | |      |2|5|5| |B|      |2|5|5|4|B|      |2|5|5|4|B|  |
|        |   |-|-'-'-'-'      |-|-'-'-'-'      |-|-'-'-'-'      |-|-'-'-'-'  |
|        |   |G|              |G|              |G|              |G|          |
|        |   '-'              '-'              '-'              '-'          |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'


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,============================================================================.
|                        PUZZLE 130: TOO MANY QUEENS 5          PICARATS: 99 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | In actual fact, you have done this puzzle before. However, the    |
|        | last time you had 3 Queens already placed for you. This being     |
|        | true, the answer is the same.                                     |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | Remember this is an 8x8 board and you have 8 pieces to place.     |
|        | Only on queen per column and one per row. Arrange your queens     |
|        | like this before worrying about the diagonal moves.               |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | Here are the in-game hints from Too Many Queens 4.                |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 1) Leave the four corner spaces empty.                            |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 2) Place one queen in the space third from the top in the far     |
|        |    left column. Place another queen in the far-right column,      |
|        |    three spaces from the bottom.                                  |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 3) One queen goes in the space one to the right of the upper-left |
|        |    corner. Place another queen in the bottom row four spaces from |
|        |    the right.                                                     |
|        |                                                                   |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER |                ,---.---.---.---.---.---.---.---.                  |
|        |                |   | Q |   |   |   |   |   |   |                  |
|        |                |---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|                  |
|        |                |   |   |   |   |   | Q |   |   |                  |
|        |                |---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|                  |
|        |                | Q |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |                  |
|        |                |---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|                  |
|        |                |   |   |   |   |   |   | Q |   |                  |
|        |                |---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|                  |
|        |                |   |   |   | Q |   |   |   |   |                  |
|        |                |---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|                  |
|        |                |   |   |   |   |   |   |   | Q |                  |
|        |                |---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|                  |
|        |                |   |   | Q |   |   |   |   |   |                  |
|        |                |---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|                  |
|        |                |   |   |   |   | Q |   |   |   |                  |
|        |                '---'---'---'---'---'---'---'---'                  |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'


,============================================================================.
|                      PUZZLE 131: HEAVIER OR LIGHTER           PICARATS: 99 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | During this rather complex explanation, I need you to remember    |
|        | direction the scales tilted during the previous turn. If you can  |
|        | manage this, I'm sure I can help.                                 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 1) Put 1-4 on one side and 5-8 on the other. If the scales even   |
|        |    out then proceed to 3. If it is imbalanced, go to 2.           |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 2) Which ever way the scales tilted, you need to take the same    |
|        |    route. Take 6, 7 and 8 from the right side and remove them     |
|        |    from the scale. Take 3 and 4 from the left side and place them |
|        |    on the right side. Put 9 onto the left hand side. If the       |
|        |    scales balance move onto 6. If they tilt in the same way move  |
|        |    onto 7. If they tilt the other way, move onto 8.               |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 3) Leave 1, 2 and 3 on the left and remove 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8. Put  |
|        |    9, 10 and 11 on the right hand side. If the scales balance out |
|        |    then the answer is 12. If the right hand side is heavier, go   |
|        |    to 4. If the left side is heavier go to 5.                     |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 4) You are here because 9, 10 and 11 were heavier. Put 9 and 10   |
|        |    on either side of the scale. The heavier side is the answer.   |
|        |    If the scales balance, then the answer is 11.                  |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 5) You are here because 9, 10 and 11 were lighter. Put 9 and 10   |
|        |    on either side of the scale. The lighter side is the answer.   |
|        |    If the scales balance is 11.                                   |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 6) You now have 6, 7 and 8 that you took off last time. Put 6 on  |
|        |    one side and 7 on the other. If the scale tilts either way     |
|        |    then you need to remember which way the scales tilted on your  |
|        |    first turn. If the right side was lighter on the first turn,   |
|        |    then the lighter weight is the answer. If the right side was   |
|        |    heavier, then the heavier weight is the answer. If the scales  |
|        |    balance out, the answer if the weight that you didn't weigh    |
|        |    (8).                                                           |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 7) The direction of the tilt was the same. This means the answer  |
|        |    is either 1, 2 or 5. Now put 1 and 5 on the left hand side.    |
|        |    Put two other weights that you know aren't the answer (e.g. 11 |
|        |    and 12) on the right hand side. If the scales balance out, the |
|        |    answer is 2. If the direction of the tilt changes, the answer  |
|        |    is 5. If it stays the same, the answer is 1.                   |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | 8) Okay, the direction of the tilt changed. This means that       |
|        |    either 3 or 4 (the ones you moved from left to right). Put one |
|        |    on either side of the scale and remove all other weights. If   |
|        |    the scale tilts in the same direction it did on the last move  |
|        |    then the answer is the left hand weight. If the scale tilts in |
|        |    a different direction, the answer is the right hand weight.    |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'


,============================================================================.
|                       PUZZLE 132: PRINCESS IN A BOX 2         PICARATS: 80 |
|============================================================================|
|   UK   | PRINCESS'S ESCAPE                                    PICARATS: 80 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER |    ,---.---.---.---.---.                                          |
|        |    | 1 | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 |                                          |
|        |    |---|---|---|---|---|--  Each number or letter represents a    |
|        |    | * | * | 6 | 3 |   |    different shape on the board.  This   |
|        |    |---|---|---|---|---|    is what you should see when the       |
|        |    | * | * | 7 | 8 |   |    puzzle starts.  The step-by-step      |
|        |    |---|---|---|---|---|--  instructions will relate to the       |
|        |    | 9 | 9 | A | 8 | B |    numbers/letters in the diagram to     |
|        |    '---'---'---'---'---'    the left.                             |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |    ,---.---.---.---.---.    1) B two spaces up.                   |
|        |    | 1 | 1 | 2 | 4 | 8 |    2) 8 one space right.                 |
|        |    |---|---|---|---|---|--  3) 3 down two spaces.                 |
|        |    | * | * | 6 | B | 8 |    4) B on space left.                   |
|        | 9) |---|---|---|---|---|    5) 4 one space left.                  |
|        |    | * | * | 7 | A | 3 |    6) 8 two spaces up.                   |
|        |    |---|---|---|---|---|--  7) 3 right one space.                 |
|        |    |   |   | 9 | 9 | 3 |    8) A right one and up one space.      |
|        |    '---'---'---'---'---'    9) 9 right two spaces.                |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |    ,---.---.---.---.---.    10) * Down on space.                  |
|        |    | 6 | 2 | 1 | 1 | 8 |    11) 6 left two spaces.                |
|        |    |---|---|---|---|---|--  12) 2 down one and left one space.    |
|        |    | * | * | 4 | B | 8 |    13) 4 left one and down one space.    |
|        | 18)|---|---|---|---|---|    14) 1 right two spaces.               |
|        |    | * | * | 7 | A | 3 |    15) 6 up one space.                   |
|        |    |---|---|---|---|---|--  16) 2 up one space.                   |
|        |    | 9 | 9 |   |   | 3 |    17) * up one space.                   |
|        |    '---'---'---'---'---'    18) 9 left two spaces.                |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |    ,---.---.---.---.---.    19) 7 down one space.                 |
|        |    | * | * | 6 | 2 | 8 |    20) A down one space.                 |
|        |    |---|---|---|---|---|--  21) 4 down one space.                 |
|        |    | * | * | 1 | 1 | 8 |    22) B down one space.                 |
|        | 27)|---|---|---|---|---|    23) 1 down one space.                 |
|        |    | 4 |   |   | B | 3 |    24) 2 right two spaces.               |
|        |    |---|---|---|---|---|--  25) 6 right two spaces.               |
|        |    | 9 | 9 | 7 | A | 3 |    26) * Up one space.                   |
|        |    '---'---'---'---'---'    27) 4 left two spaces.                |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |    ,---.---.---.---.---.    28) B left two spaces.                |
|        |    | 4 | * | * | 2 | 8 |    29) 1 down one space.                 |
|        |    |---|---|---|---|---|--  30) 6 down one and right one space.   |
|        |    | B | * | * | 6 | 8 |    31) * right one space.                |
|        | 36)|---|---|---|---|---|    32) 4 up two spaces.                  |
|        |    | 1 | 1 | A | 3 |   |    33) B left one and up one space.      |
|        |    |---|---|---|---|---|--  34) 1 left two spaces.                |
|        |    | 9 | 9 | 7 | 3 |   |    35) A up one and left one space.      |
|        |    '---'---'---'---'---'    36) 3 left one space.                 |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |    ,---.---.---.---.---.    37) 8 down two spaces.                |
|        |    | 4 | B | * | * | 2 |    38) 2 right one space.                |
|        |    |---|---|---|---|---|--  39) 6 right one space.                |
|        |    | 1 | 1 | * | * | 6 |    40) * right one space.                |
|        | 45)|---|---|---|---|---|    41) B right one and up one space.     |
|        |    | A | 7 | 3 |   | 8 |    42) 1 up one space.                   |
|        |    |---|---|---|---|---|--  43) A left two spaces.                |
|        |    | 9 | 9 | 3 |   | 8 |    44) 7 up one and left one space.      |
|        |    '---'---'---'---'---'    45) 3 left one space.                 |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |    ,---.---.---.---.---.    46) 8 left one space.                 |
|        |    | 4 | B | 3 |   |   |    47) 6 down two spaces.                |
|        |    |---|---|---|---|---|--  48) 2 down two spaces.                |
|        |    | 1 | 1 | 3 | * | * |    49) * right one space.                |
|        | 54)|---|---|---|---|---|    50) 3 up two spaces.                  |
|        |    | A | 7 | 8 | * | * |    51) 8 left one.                       |
|        |    |---|---|---|---|---|--  52) 2 left one and down one.          |
|        |    | 9 | 9 | 8 | 2 | 6 |    53) 2 left one and down one.          |
|        |    '---'---'---'---'---'    54) * down one and right.             |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'


  T h e  P u z z l e  M a s t e r ' s  H o u s e
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,============================================================================.
|                       PUZZLE 133: FINISH THE EQUATION         PICARATS: 70 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | The first number should be thought of as a fraction. For example, |
|        | 5 as a fraction is expressed as 25/5. You should express your     |
|        | chosen number in the same way. You should then get a fraction     |
|        | from your next two numbers (x/x). You can then minus your second  |
|        | fraction from the first. You should then continue the equation as |
|        | normal.                                                           |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | (3 - 7 / 4 ) * 8 = 10                                             |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                          PUZZLE 134: LAND DISPUTES            PICARATS: 80 |
|============================================================================|
|  HINT  | Each segment on the land has a space in the middle, so start by   |
|        | dividing the middle section into 4 sections.  Start with the Red  |
|        | house and connect it to one of the middle squares and follow the  |
|        | pattern for the other three middle squares.  Connect the Well to  |
|        | the Red house.  The Well for the Red house is nearest to the Red  |
|        | and Yellow House.                                                 |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | You should now have the Red house connected to the middle and a   |
|        | Well, along with the same pattern repeated for the other three    |
|        | middle squares.  Now, connect the Yellow house to the Well below  |
|        | the Well in the Red section and follow that pattern with the      |
|        | other three houses to complete the puzzle.                        |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | .-.-.-.-.-.-.                                                     |
|        | | | |H*H| | |                                                     |
|        | |-***-*****-|                                                     |
|        | | * * | |W* |   Follow the * to complete this level.  If the map  |
|        | |-*-***-***-|   is not clear to you, Glacoras created an image    |
|        | | * |H* *W| |   for this level located at:                        |
|        | |**-*****-**|   www.gamefaqs.com/portable/ds/file/936050/55875    |
|        | | | * * | * |   Separate the different sections into the          |
|        | |-***-***-*-|   different colours for the answer.                 |
|        | | * | | * * |                                                     |
|        | |-*****-***-|                                                     |
|        | | |W| * |W|H|                                                     |
|        | '-'-'-'-'-'-'                                                     |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'


,============================================================================.
|                         PUZZLE 135: ROYAL ESCAPE              PICARATS: 99 |
|============================================================================|
|   UK   | QUEEN'S ESCAPE                                       PICARATS: 99 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HINT  | This puzzles comes courtesy of Bako_Ikporamee who's image we used |
|        | to create this. The (infinitely better looking) image can be      |
|        | found here: http://www.gamefaqs.com/portable/ds/file/936050/52014 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|        |    .---.---.---.---.---.                                          |
|        |    | 1 | 1 | 2 | 2 | 3 |                                          |
|        |    |---|---|---|---|---|---  Each number or letter represents a   |
|        |    | * | * | 4 | 5 |   |     different shape on the board.  This  |
|        |    |---|---|---|---|---|     is what you should see when the      |
|        |    | * | * | 4 | 6 |   |     puzzle starts.  The step-by-step     |
|        |    |---|---|---|---|---|---  instructions will relate to the in   |
|        |    | 7 | 7 | 8 | 8 | 9 |     numbers/lettersthe diagram to the    |
|        |    '---'---'---'---'---'     left.                                |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |    .---.---.---.---.---.     1) 3 down one space.                 |
|        |    | 1 | 1 |   | 2 | 2 |     2) 2 right one space.                |
|        |    |---|---|---|---|---|---  3) 4 up one space.                   |
|        |    | * | * |   | 5 | 3 |     4) 6 right one space.                |
|        | 9) |---|---|---|---|---|     5) 8 up one space.                   |
|        |    | * | * | 4 | 8 | 8 |     6) 9 left one space.                 |
|        |    |---|---|---|---|---|---  7) 6 down one space.                 |
|        |    | 7 | 7 | 4 | 9 | 6 |     8) 8 right one space.                |
|        |    '---'---'---'---'---'     9) 4 down two spaces.                |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |    .---.---.---.---.---.     10) 5 left one and up one space.     |
|        |    | 1 | 1 | 2 | 2 |   |     11) 3 left two spaces.               |
|        |    |---|---|---|---|---|---  12) 8 up one space.                  |
|        |    | * | * | 8 | 8 |   |     13) 9 up one and right one space.    |
|        | 18)|---|---|---|---|---|     14) 4 right one space.               |
|        |    | * | * | 5 | 4 | 9 |     15) 3 down two spaces.               |
|        |    |---|---|---|---|---|---  16) 5 down two spaces.               |
|        |    | 7 | 7 | 3 | 4 | 6 |     17) 8 left one space.                |
|        |    '---'---'---'---'---'     18) 2 left one space.                |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |    .---.---.---.---.---.     19) 9 up two spaces.                 |
|        |    | * | * | 1 | 1 | 9 |     20) 6 up two spaces.                 |
|        |    |---|---|---|---|---|---  21) 4 right one space.               |
|        |    | * | * | 2 | 2 | 6 |     22) 5 right one and down one space.  |
|        | 27)|---|---|---|---|---|     23) 8 down one space.                |
|        |    | 7 | 7 | 8 | 8 | 4 |     24) 2 down one space.                |
|        |    |---|---|---|---|---|---  25) 1 right two spaces.              |
|        |    |   |   | 3 | 5 | 4 |     26) * up one space.                  |
|        |    '---'---'---'---'---'     27) 7 up one space.                  |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |    .---.---.---.---.---.     28) 3 left two spaces.               |
|        |    | 1 | 1 | 2 | 2 |   |     29) 5 left two spaces.               |
|        |    |---|---|---|---|---|---  30) 8 down one space.                |
|        |    | * | * | 6 | 9 |   |     31) 7 right two spaces.              |
|        | 36)|---|---|---|---|---|     32) * down one space.                |
|        |    | * | * | 7 | 7 | 4 |     33) 1 left two spaces.               |
|        |    |---|---|---|---|---|---  34) 2 up one space.                  |
|        |    | 3 | 5 | 8 | 8 | 4 |     35) 6 left two spaces.               |
|        |    '---'---'---'---'---'     36) 9 down one and left one space.   |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |    .---.---.---.---.---.     37) 4 up two spaces.                 |
|        |    | 1 | 1 | 2 | 2 | 4 |     38) 8 right one space.               |
|        |    |---|---|---|---|---|---  39) 7 right one space.               |
|        |    | 3 | * | * | 9 | 4 |     40) 6 down two spaces.               |
|        | 45)|---|---|---|---|---|     41) * right one space.               |
|        |    | 5 | * | * | 7 | 7 |     42) 3 up two spaces.                 |
|        |    |---|---|---|---|---|---  43) 5 left one and up one space.     |
|        |    | 6 | 8 | 8 |   |   |     44) 6 left two spaces.               |
|        |    '---'---'---'---'---'     45) 8 left two spaces.               |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |    .---.---.---.---.---.     46) 7 down one space.                |
|        |    | 2 | 2 | * | * | 4 |     47) 9 down and right one space.      |
|        |    |---|---|---|---|---|---  48) * right one space.               |
|        |    | 1 | 1 | * | * | 4 |     49) 3 right one and down one space.  |
|        | 54)|---|---|---|---|---|     50) 1 down one space.                |
|        |    |   | 5 |   | 3 | 9 |     51) 2 left two spaces.               |
|        |    |---|---|---|---|---|---  52) * up one space.                  |
|        |    | 6 | 8 | 8 | 7 | 7 |     53) 3 right two spaces.              |
|        |    '---'---'---'---'---'     54) 5 right one space.               |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |    .---.---.---.---.---.     55) 6 up one space.                  |
|        |    | 1 | 1 | 2 | 2 | 4 |     56) 8 left one space.                |
|        |    |---|---|---|---|---|---  57) 7 left one space.                |
|        |    | 6 |   | * | * | 4 |     58) 9 down one space.                |
|        | 63)|---|---|---|---|---|     59) 3 right one space.               |
|        |    |   | 5 | * | * | 3 |     60) * down one space.                |
|        |    |---|---|---|---|---|---  61) 2 right two spaces.              |
|        |    | 8 | 8 | 7 | 7 | 9 |     62) 1 up one space.                  |
|        |    '---'---'---'---'---'     63) 6 up one space.                  |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |    .---.---.---.---.---.     64) 5 up one space.                  |
|        |    | 2 | 2 | 5 |   | 4 |     65) 8 up one space.                  |
|        |    |---|---|---|---|---|---  66) 7 left two spaces.               |
|        |    | 1 | 1 | 6 |   | 4 |     67) * down one space.                |
|        | 72)|---|---|---|---|---|     68) 5 right two spaces.              |
|        |    | 8 | 8 | * | * | 3 |     69) 6 right two spaces.              |
|        |    |---|---|---|---|---|---  70) 1 down one space.                |
|        |    | 7 | 7 | * | * | 9 |     71) 2 left two spaces.               |
|        |    '---'---'---'---'---'     72) 5 up one and left one space.     |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |    .---.---.---.---.---.     73) 4 left one space.                |
|        |    | 2 | 2 | 4 | 9 | 3 |     74) 3 up two spaces.                 |
|        |    |---|---|---|---|---|---  75) 9 up two spaces.                 |
|        |    | 1 | 1 | 4 | * | * |     76) * right one space.               |
|        | 81)|---|---|---|---|---|     77) 6 down two spaces.               |
|        |    | 8 | 8 | 5 | * | * |     78) 5 down two spaces.               |
|        |    |---|---|---|---|---|---  79) 4 left one space.                |
|        |    | 7 | 7 | 6 |   |   |     80) 9 left one and up one.           |
|        |    '---'---'---'---'---'     81) * up one space.                  |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'



,============================================================================.
| ,========================================================================. |
| | 6)                     W I - F I  P U Z Z L E S                 [WFPZ] | |
| '========================================================================' |
'============================================================================'

  L o c a t i n g  t h e  W e e k l y  P u z z l e s
――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• On the Main Menu, choose "Bonuses"
• Choose a saved game
• Choose "Weekly Puzzles"

  S e t t i n g  u p  t h e  W i - F i  S e t t i n g s
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Follow the steps above to get to the "Weekly Puzzles" menu
• Choose "Wi-Fi Settings"
• Choose "Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection Settings"
• Choose a Connection Setup
• Choose "Search for an Access Point"
• Select the connection you wish to use
• If required, enter the security key to connect to the access point
• Choose "(A) OK" to save the settings
• Press "(A) OK" again
• If the connection was successful, choose "(B) Back"

  D o w n l o a d i n g  t h e  P u z z l e s
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Choose "Download Puzzles"
• Choose "OK"
• When the download is finished, choose "OK"

  T h e  S o l u t i o n s
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• On the "Weekly Puzzles" menu, select "Solve Puzzles"
• Select the puzzle you wish to solve and tap "Solve It!"

,============================================================================.
|                    WIRELESS PUZZLE 1: FROM FIVE TO FOUR                    |
|============================================================================|
|  DATE  | US: 02/17/08                                         UK: 07/11/08 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HINT  | There is nothing that states that the squares have to be touching |
|        | another square.  Also, it would be better if you moved matches    |
|        | that do not make up the border of multiple squares.               |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER |          Change this:              To this:                       |
|        |                                                                   |
|        |                    *                       *                      |
|        |                   --- ---                 ---     ---             |
|        |                  |   |   |         X---->|   |   |   |            |
|        |           --- --- --- ---             --- --- --- ---             |
|        |          |   |   |   |               |   |   |   |                |
|        |           --- --- ---                 ---     ---                 |
|        |                X                                                  |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                     WIRELESS PUZZLE 2: TREASURE CHESTS                     |
|============================================================================|
|  DATE  | US: 02/24/08                                         UK: 14/11/08 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HINT  | Look at the blue squares to figure out the answer.                |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | D                                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                     WIRELESS PUZZLE 3: HOW MANY NINES?                     |
|============================================================================|
|  DATE  | US: 03/02/08                                         UK: 21/11/08 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HINT  | Work out how many numbers between 1 and 100 end with 9 (this also |
|        | includes the number "9" itself).  Then work out how many numbers  |
|        | begin with 9 (this does not include the number "9" itself, but    |
|        | does also include the number "99", which should have been counted |
|        | for the numbers that end with 9 as well).  Add both totals        |
|        | together to get the answer.                                       |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 20                                                                |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                         WIRELESS PUZZLE 4: ALIENS?                         |
|============================================================================|
|  DATE  | US: 03/09/08                                         UK: 28/11/08 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HINT  | Why would the Octopleans be an Alien on their own planet?         |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 1                                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                      WIRELESS PUZZLE 5: NOSE TO NOSE                       |
|============================================================================|
|  DATE  | US: 03/16/08                                         UK: 05/12/08 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HINT  | This is a trick.  Do not think they have to be facing the same    |
|        | direction when they are in a nose-to-nose line, as the answer     |
|        | will be wrong.  It is NOT 60 minutes, but less than that time.    |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 30 minutes                                                        |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                     WIRELESS PUZZLE 6: CUT THE CAKE                        |
|============================================================================|
|  DATE  | US: 03/23/08                                         UK: 12/12/08 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER |                 /\                                                |
|        |                /  \                                               |
|        |               /****\                                              |
|        |              /      \                                             |
|        |             /--------\      Cut across the * marked line.         |
|        |            /          \                                           |
|        |           /------------\                                          |
|        |          /              \                                         |
|        |         '----------------'                                        |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                      WIRELESS PUZZLE 7: SOCCER BALL                        |
|============================================================================|
|   UK   | FOOTBALL                                             UK: 19/12/08 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  DATE  | US: 03/30/08                                                      |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HINT  | Each Pentagon will have 5 hexagons attached to it.  12 Pentagons  |
|        | in total will provide a maximum of 60 Hexagons.  However, each    |
|        | Hexagon will be attached to 3 Pentagons.  60/3=ANSWER             |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 20                                                                |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                    WIRELESS PUZZLE 8: WHAT'S HIDDEN (US)                   |
|============================================================================|
|  DATE  | US: 04/06/08                                                      |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HINT  | Concentrate your attention on the frog and rotate your DS to the  |
|        | left. Hopefully you should see a creatures head.                  |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | HORSE                                                             |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                  WIRELESS PUZZLE 8: AROUND THE TOWNS (UK)                  |
|============================================================================|
|  DATE  | UK: 26/12/08                                                      |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HINT  | Follow the road around the edge until the next circle you get to  |
|        | is the starting circle, then go to the left 2 circles.  Your next |
|        | move will be to the star.  Count all the places (with "1" being   |
|        | counted as 1) until you reach the star and the answer.            |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 8                                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                       WIRELESS PUZZLE 9: A SMALLER E                       |
|============================================================================|
|   UK   | MAKE IT SMALLER                                                   |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  DATE  | US: 04/13/08                                         UK: 02/01/09 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HINT  | This is referring to making the capital "E" into a lower-case "e" |
|        | and not making the size smaller.                                  |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER |                ---           ---                                  |
|        |               |             |   | <--- New Match Added            |
|        |                ---   --->    ---                                  |
|        |               |             |                                     |
|        |                ---           ---                                  |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                     WIRELESS PUZZLE 10: LAYTON'S HATBOX                    |
|============================================================================|
|  DATE  | US: 04/20/08                                         UK: 09/01/09 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HINT  | Look at the position of the brown hat.  It should not point in    |
|        | same direction (when the hatbox is folded together) as the green  |
|        | hat.                                                              |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | B                                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                    WIRELESS PUZZLE 11: THE CLOCK'S CHIME                   |
|============================================================================|
|  DATE  | US: 04/27/08                                         UK: 16/01/09 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HINT  | Although the bell rings 12 times, 60 seconds is not the answer.   |
|        | What you are actually measuring is the time between the first     |
|        | ring and the last ring of the bell.                               |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 55 seconds                                                        |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                   WIRELESS PUZZLE 12: A FEARSOME FOE (US)                  |
|============================================================================|
|  DATE  | US: 05/04/08                                                      |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HINT  | Your first thought may be something to do with the knight slaying |
|        | himself or something abstract like jealousy. This is wrong. You   |
|        | should think about what can make you draw blood as you kill it.   |
|        | Think insects.                                                    |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | MOSQUITO                                                          |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'


,============================================================================.
|                  WIRELESS PUZZLE 12: FEUDING FISHERMEN (UK)                |
|============================================================================|
|  DATE  | UK: 23/01/09                                                      |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HINT  | Focus on where each fisherman is in comparison to his (and other  |
|        | fisherman) docks.  From here, try to get to the person's dock     |
|        | without using any of the new roads.  One of them will be blocked  |
|        | by someone else's docks whichever way they go.  On the road       |
|        | leading to another person's docks is the answer.                  |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | Road 5.                                                           |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                  WIRELESS PUZZLE 13: THE VANISHING TOWER                   |
|============================================================================|
|  DATE  | US: 05/11/08                                         UK: 30/01/09 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HINT  | Try to make all objects disappear from view, not just the tower.  |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | Move the coins over the person's eyes.                            |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                     WIRELESS PUZZLE 14: THE EGG-NIGMA                      |
|============================================================================|
|   UK   | UNBROKEN EGGS                                                     |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  DATE  | US: 05/18/08                                         UK: 06/02/09 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HINT  | Can a large cylinder reach the area of the floor near the wall?   |
|        | If you place the cylinder on it's side, can it reach in the       |
|        | corners?                                                          |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | Place each egg in a different corner.                             |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                     WIRELESS PUZZLE 15: THE LOST HAT                       |
|============================================================================|
|  DATE  | 05/25/08                                             UK: 13/02/09 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HINT  | Think of the hat not moving away from the gondola.  When the      |
|        | gondola gets 100m away, it has travelled 5 minutes and will have  |
|        | to gain 100m to reach the hat again.                              |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 10 minutes. 5 minutes each way.                                   |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                    WIRELESS PUZZLE 16: THE LAZY STUDENT                    |
|============================================================================|
|  DATE  | US: 06/01/08                                         UK: 20/02/09 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HINT  | If the student started studying a hour before midnight every      |
|        | Monday, Wednesday and Friday, he will end up studying for a hour  |
|        | on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday as well.  He still has to study |
|        | 2 hours on Sunday, though.                                        |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 8 hours.                                                          |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                   WIRELESS PUZZLE 17: IMAGE EQUATION (US)                  |
|============================================================================|
|  DATE  | US: 06/08/08                                                      |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HINT  | This is a very obscure puzzle. Since neither the circle or the    |
|        | triangle appear in the milkshake picture, you can completely      |
|        | ignore that one. The first one is HAND-SHAKE. The second one is   |
|        | HAND-KERCHIEF. The third one is MILK-SHAKE and the final one is   |
|        | CUFF-LINK. Knowing all this, you should be able to answer the     |
|        | equation.                                                         |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | HAND-CUFF                                                         |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                    WIRELESS PUZZLE 17: MAKING A DIE (UK)                   |
|============================================================================|
|  DATE  | UK: 27/02/09                                                      |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | .---*****---.---.---.                                             |
|        | | 2 * 1 * 3 | 2 | 1 |                                             |
|        | |---*---*****---|---|                                             |
|        | | 5 * 4 | 2 * 5 | 4 |                                             |
|        | |---*****---*---|---|                                             |
|        | | 3 | 6 * 6 * 1 | 6 |   Follow the * lines to solve the puzzle.   |
|        | |---|---*---*****---|                                             |
|        | | 1 | 2 * 5 | 3 * 3 |                                             |
|        | |---|---*********---|                                             |
|        | | 4 | 3 | 2 | 5 | 2 |                                             |
|        | '---'---'---'---'---'                                             |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                    WIRELESS PUZZLE 18: CHICKS AND HENS                     |
|============================================================================|
|  DATE  | US: 06/15/08                                         UK: 06/03/09 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | . . 1 . . . . . . 2 .                                             |
|        | .                   .                                             |
|        | .                   .                                             |
|        | .                   .                                             |
|        | .                   .     Connect a line between the posts with   |
|        | .                   3     the corresponding number.               |
|        | .                   .                                             |
|        | 2                   .                                             |
|        | .                   .                                             |
|        | 3                   .                                             |
|        | . . . . . . . . 1 . .                                             |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                     WIRELESS PUZZLE 19: JERSEY NUMBERS                     |
|============================================================================|
|  DATE  | US: 06/22/08                                         UK: 13/03/09 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HINT  | You have not been told which numbers that you have to use for     |
|        | each jersey, so you can use the numbers 6, 9, 66, 69, 96 and 99.  |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 1.  You can turn the 6 or 9 stencil.                              |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                     WIRELESS PUZZLE 20: FIND THE VOLUME                    |
|============================================================================|
|  DATE  | US: 06/29/08                                         UK: 20/03/09 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HINT  | This weird shape has a length of 1m, excluding the depth.  Divide |
|        | the cube along the AD and BC lines, then try to build a shape out |
|        | of the quarters you made.                                         |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 1 cubic metre.                                                    |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                   WIRELESS PUZZLE 21: THE KNIGHT'S ESCAPE                  |
|============================================================================|
|  DATE  | US: 07/06/08                                         UK: 27/03/09 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 3 Doors is the minimum that can be opened to escape.              |
|        |                                                                   |
|        | • Bottom-left, nearest to the "B".                                |
|        | • Top-left, next to a blue chest.                                 |
|        | • Second from the bottom, to the right of the screen.  Under a    |
|        |   couple of red chests.                                           |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                  WIRELESS PUZZLE 22: LION VS. CHEETAH (US)                 |
|============================================================================|
|  DATE  | US: 07/13/08                                                      |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HINT  | The animals travel at exactly the same speed. However, at the     |
|        | halfway point, one animal will travel more than the required      |
|        | 100m. This will put this animal behind the other.                 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | Lion                                                              |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                 WIRELESS PUZZLE 22: SECURITY GUARD TEST (UK)               |
|============================================================================|
|  DATE  | UK: 03/04/09                                                      |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HINT  | Draw a line going through all doors, starting with the door on    |
|        | the left from the entrance.                                       |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | B                                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                  WIRELESS PUZZLE 23: SILENCE IS GOLDEN (US)                |
|============================================================================|
|  DATE  | US: 07/20/08                                                      |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HINT  | Here you shouldn't think about what the items are, instead you    |
|        | should think about how they are spelt. The word you are looking   |
|        | for has three silent letters in it.                               |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | Knight                                                            |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                     WIRELESS PUZZLE 23: IRON BALLS (UK)                    |
|============================================================================|
|  DATE  | UK: 10/04/09                                                      |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HINT  | The 100g ball weighs half the other balls, so wouldn't you be     |
|        | able to tell the difference without scales?                       |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 0                                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                     WIRELESS PUZZLE 24: SPECIAL ORDER (US)                 |
|============================================================================|
|  DATE  | US: 07/27/08                                                      |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HINT  | The first letter is H and the last is O. That's the letter's H to |
|        | O. What does that sound like?                                     |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | Water (H2O)                                                       |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                   WIRELESS PUZZLE 24: THREE CHILDREN (UK)                  |
|============================================================================|
|  DATE  | UK: 17/04/09                                                      |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HINT  | A can not be the oldest son, but that does not mean that A is a   |
|        | son.  This allows A to be the oldest child.  A can not be the     |
|        | middle child, as B and C are 2 years apart, while B and A are 3   |
|        | years apart.                                                      |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 4                                                                 |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                  WIRELESS PUZZLE 25: MORNING GREETINGS (US)                |
|============================================================================|
|   UK   | PUZZLE 26: MORNING GREETINGS                                      |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  DATE  | US: 08/03/08                                         UK: 01/05/09 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HINT  | The teacher does not have to bow.  This means that every student  |
|        | (20 in total) has to bow to the teacher and the other students    |
|        | (20 in total).  Times those two numbers together to get the       |
|        | answer, due to the fact that you will not see the teacher bow.    |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | 400                                                               |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'

,============================================================================.
|                  WIRELESS PUZZLE 25: SHOE BOX SCRAMBLE (UK)                |
|============================================================================|
|  DATE  | UK: 24/04/09                                                      |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HINT  | All the boxes are wrong, so it is possible to work out where each |
|        | pair of shoes are if you take out 1 shoe from a box that MUST     |
|        | contain a pair of right or left shoes after the mix-up.           |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER | LR                                                                |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'


,============================================================================.
|                      WIRELESS PUZZLE 26: BRIGHT IDEA                       |
|============================================================================|
|   UK   | PUZZLE 27: BRIGHT IDEA                                            |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  DATE  | US: 08/10/08                                         UK: 08/05/09 |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HINT  | If the tile looks like it belongs in a corner, it does.  No wires |
|        | should go out of the square, excluding when the wires have to     |
|        | connect to the battery at the bottom-middle square or the light   |
|        | bulb at the top-middle square.                                    |
|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
| ANSWER |                           1    2        3                         |
|        |                             .---.---.---.                         |
|        |                             | 8 | 7 | 2 | 4                       |
|        |                           9 |---|---|---|                         |
|        |                             | 3 | 9 | 6 |                         |
|        |                             |---|---|---| 5                       |
|        |                           8 | 5 | 4 | 1 |                         |
|        |                             '---'---'---'                         |
|        |                            7            6                         |
'--------'-------------------------------------------------------------------'


,============================================================================.
| ,========================================================================. |
| | 7)                     S T R A N G E  G I Z M O S               [STGZ] | |
| '========================================================================' |
'============================================================================'

This sidequest unlocks "The Inventor's House" set of puzzles (121, 122 and
123).  You are required to complete these challenges to unlock "The Puzzle
Master's House" (133, 134 and 135).

You can either do this sidequest each time you obtain a Strange Gizmo or wait
until you collect all 20 Strange Gizmos.  This is the most boring thing in the
game, due you having to tap each Gizmo to add it to the machine you build.

  L o c a t i o n s
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
 1)   Automatically obtained when you enter the Village Square in your search
      for Claudia.

 2)   Reward for completing Puzzle 016

 3)   Reward for completing Puzzle 019

 4)   Reward for completing Puzzle 020

 5)   Reward for completing Puzzle 021

 6)   Reward for completing Puzzle 023

 7)   Reward for completing Puzzle 025

 8)   Reward for completing Puzzle 027

 9)   Reward for completing Puzzle 028

10)   Reward for completing Puzzle 029

11)   Reward for completing Puzzle 030

12)   Reward for completing Puzzle 031

13)   Reward for completing Puzzle 032

14)   Reward for completing Puzzle 034

15)   Reward for completing Puzzle 035

16)   Reward for completing Puzzle 024

17)   Reward for completing Puzzle 037

18)   Reward for completing Puzzle 038

19)   Reward for completing Puzzle 040

20)   Reward for completing Puzzle 041

  R e w a r d
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
For building the machine, you get a mechanical dog.  This may sound like a bad
deal, but this dog can sniff out Hint Coins and puzzles.  Additionally, you
can get this mechanical dog as early as Chapter 3, allowing you to find most
of the Hint Coins and hidden puzzles.  We would recommend building this dog
when you get it to assist you with finding more Hint Coins.


,============================================================================.
| ,========================================================================. |
| | 8)                     I N N  F U R N I T U R E                 [IFTR] | |
| '========================================================================' |
'============================================================================'

This sidequest unlocks "The Decorator's House" set of puzzles (124, 125 and
126).  You are required to complete these challenges to unlock "The Puzzle
Master's House" (133, 134 and 135).

If you are solving puzzles as you go along the game, you can easily achieve
this sidequest by placing them in the correct room to begin with.  Once you
have collected all the items and placed this in the correct room, enter the
"INN" option in the menu to unlock "The Decorator's House".  This will not be
unlocked without going to that menu once all the items have been placed in the
correct room.

  L a y t o n ' s  R o o m
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Artisan's Teapot ---------> Puzzle 089

• Baron Statue -------------> Puzzle 104

• Bone China Teacup --------> Puzzle 091

• Flower Bouquet -----------> Puzzle 078

• Flower Vase --------------> Puzzle 071

• Fossil -------------------> Puzzle 085

• Gramophone ---------------> Puzzle 073

• Hat Rack -----------------> Puzzle 082

• Homemade Rug -------------> Puzzle 018

• Houseplant ---------------> Puzzle 077

• Lacquered Stool ----------> Speak to Beatrice during Chapter 2

• Mysterious Bottle --------> Puzzle 103

• Pine Bed -----------------> Puzzle 033

• Splendid Painting --------> Puzzle 063

• Stuffed Chair ------------> Puzzle 080

• Teak Bureau --------------> Puzzle 050

• Teak Table ---------------> Puzzle 109

• Wall Clock ---------------> Puzzle 061

  L u k e ' s  R o o m
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
• Blue Bed -----------------> Puzzle 043

• Bookcase -----------------> Puzzle 049

• Cream Rug ----------------> Puzzle 047

• Desk ---------------------> Puzzle 056

• Globe --------------------> Puzzle 075

• Pile of Books ------------> Puzzle 057

• Reading Lamp -------------> Puzzle 072

• Simple Chair -------------> Puzzle 055

• Stuffed Bear -------------> Puzzle 046

• Television ---------------> Puzzle 053

• Violin -------------------> Puzzle 088

• World Map ----------------> Puzzle 069


,============================================================================.
| ,========================================================================. |
| | 9)                  P A I N T I N G  S C R A P S                [PTSP] | |
| '========================================================================' |
'============================================================================'

This sidequest unlocks "The Art Lover's House" set of puzzles (127, 128 and
129).  You are required to complete these challenges to unlock "The Puzzle
Master's House" (133, 134 and 135).

It is better to attempt the completion of the painting after you have obtained
all 20 Painting Scraps as building it up as you go along may end up in
confusion as to where the pieces are placed.  It is also better to start with
the corners, then the outskirts and then the pieces in the middle for a basic
idea of where each piece goes.

  O r i g i n a l  L o c a t i o n
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
 .----.----.----.----.----.
 | 04 | 14 | 09 | 06 | 18 |
 |----|----|----|----|----|
 | 08 | 10 | 07 | 16 | 12 |
 |----|----|----|----|----|
 | 17 | 02 | 19 | 20 | 05 |
 |----|----|----|----|----|
 | 13 | 15 | 11 | 01 | 03 |
 '----'----'----'----'----'

  S o l u t i o n
―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
 .----.----.----.----.----.
 | 14 | 04 | 09 | 13 | 01 |
 |----|----|----|----|----|
 | 08 | 17 | 07 | 19 | 12 |
 |----|----|----|----|----|
 | 10 | 02 | 16 | 20 | 03 |
 |----|----|----|----|----|
 | 06 | 15 | 11 | 18 | 05 |
 '----'----'----'----'----'

The table below explains which Painting Scrap goes where in the completed
painting (Position on Painting), the rotation the Painting Scrap has to do in a
clockwise turn (Rotation) and which puzzle unlocks the Painting Scrap during
the walkthrough (Puzzle No.).

The first painting scrap can be found after examining the portrait of the Baron
in Reinhold Manor.

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 | PS | Puz.|       Position       |   Rotation   |
 |----|-----|----------------------|--------------|
 | 01 | N/A | Top-right corner     | 90 degrees   |
 |----|-----|----------------------|--------------|
 | 02 | 014 | Third row down,      | 90 degrees   |
 |    |     | second from left     |              |
 |----|-----|----------------------|--------------|
 | 03 | 017 | Third row down,      | 270 degrees  |
 |    |     | right side           |              |
 |----|-----|----------------------|--------------|
 | 04 | 026 | Top row, second      | 90 degrees   |
 |    |     | from left            |              |
 |----|-----|----------------------|--------------|
 | 05 | 036 | Bottom-right corner  | 0 degrees    |
 |----|-----|----------------------|--------------|
 | 06 | 045 | Bottom-left corner   | 90 degrees   |
 |----|-----|----------------------|--------------|
 | 07 | 048 | Second row down,     | 90 degrees   |
 |    |     | in the middle        |              |
 |----|-----|----------------------|--------------|
 | 08 | 051 | Second row down,     | 0 degrees    |
 |    |     | left side            |              |
 |----|-----|----------------------|--------------|
 | 09 | 054 | Top row, in the      | 270 degrees  |
 |    |     | middle               |              |
 |----|-----|----------------------|--------------|
 | 10 | 052 | Third row down,      | 270 degrees  |
 |    |     | left side            |              |
 |----|-----|----------------------|--------------|
 | 11 | 059 | Bottom row, in the   | 0 degrees    |
 |    |     | middle               |              |
 |----|-----|----------------------|--------------|
 | 12 | 060 | Second row down,     | 180 degrees  |
 |    |     | right side           |              |
 |----|-----|----------------------|--------------|
 | 13 | 062 | Top row, second from | 0 degrees    |
 |    |     | right                |              |
 |----|-----|----------------------|--------------|
 | 14 | 079 | Top-left corner      | 180 degrees  |
 |----|-----|----------------------|--------------|
 | 15 | 081 | Bottom row, second   | 270 degrees  |
 |    |     | from left            |              |
 |----|-----|----------------------|--------------|
 | 16 | 083 | Third row down, in   | 0 degrees    |
 |    |     | the middle           |              |
 |----|-----|----------------------|--------------|
 | 17 | 086 | Second row down,     | 270 degrees  |
 |    |     | second from left     |              |
 |----|-----|----------------------|--------------|
 | 18 | 087 | Bottom row, second   | 180 degrees  |
 |    |     | from right           |              |
 |----|-----|----------------------|--------------|
 | 19 | 090 | Second row down,     | 180 degrees  |
 |    |     | second from right    |              |
 |----|-----|----------------------|--------------|
 | 20 | 093 | Third row down,      | 180 degrees  |
 |    |     | second from right    |              |
 '----'-----'----------------------'--------------'


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| | 10)                       H I N T  C O I N S                    [HNTC] | |
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In this game, you can have a maximum of 200 Hint Coins, starting with 10 Hint
Coins.  This section will list where you can find the other 190 Hint Coins
(labelled 1-190) throughout the game.  Some of the earlier Hint Coins can be
lost if you do not get them early enough, so make sure you have them all
before completing the chapter.

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  1) Entrance - After talking to Stachen, tab the shaking barrel.

  2) Entrance - The barrel closer to the right of the screen.

  3) Entrance - Yellow bag attached to the right window.

  4) Village Square - Window above green roof on the right.

  5) Village Square - The barrel on the right of the screen.

  6) Village Square - Trash Can on the left of the screen.

  7) Manor Road - Window to the right of the brown door, near the middle of the
     screen.

  8) Manor Road - Sidewalk sign to the left of the blue shop door.

  9) Manor Road - Yellow bag attached to the right window.

 10) Manor Border - Tree on the right, in the middle of the leaves.

 11) Manor Border - Left side of the screen, in the middle of the steps on the
     other side of the stream.

 12) Manor Border - Hat on the left side of the boat.

 13) Reinhold Manor - A pebble in the middle of the path.

 14) Reinhold Manor - Ground floor window, furthest to the right of the screen.

 15) Reinhold Manor - Window that is in the middle of the roof instead of being
     extended out from the roof.

 16) Manor Foyer - Top shelf of bookcase.

 17) Manor Foyer - Wall light directly above Matthew's head.

 18) Manor Foyer - Small picture to the right of the wall light on the left
     side of the screen.

 19) Manor Parlour - The square picture hanging on the right, hanging on the
     wall.

 20) Manor Parlour - Flowers on the window sill

 21) Manor Parlour - Edge of the rug facing the bottom-left corner.

 22) Village Shop - Right door of the cupboard on the top of the screen.

 23) Village Shop - Shelf unit on the left, third shelf down.

 24) Village Shop - Rolled-up newspapers at the bottom of the screen.

 25) Village Hall - Middle of the cupboard door in front of Rodney.

 26) Village Hall - Picture closest to the chandelier, on the right.

 27) Village Hall - Table underneath the left window, in the middle of the
     black area.

 28) Drawbridge - Yellow bag attached to the right window.

 29) Drawbridge - Below the platform where Layton and Luke are standing.

 30) Drawbridge - Top-left window on the building in the middle of the
     screen.

 31) Inn - Flowers on the right.

 32) Inn - Middle of the sofa on the right, where the back meets the seat.

 33) Inn - Top part of the lamp, to the right of Beatrice.

 34) Park Road - Box in the bottom-left corner.

 35) Park Road - Window closest to the top of the screen.

 36) Park Road - Barrel to the left of the blue door.

 37) Restaurant - Chair seat closest to the left of the screen.

 38) Restaurant - Poster to the right of the door.

 39) Restaurant - Picture on the right, with a brown frame.

 40) Park Gate - Top of the left gate pillar.

 41) Park Gate - Pebble in front of the right part of the gate.

 42) Park Gate - Near the top of the wall, in front of the right-most tree.

***NOTE: Hint Coins 43, 44, 45 and 46 can only be obtained when you enter that
         room for story purposes.

 43) Dahlia's Room - Flowers on the left.

 44) Dahlia's Room - Chair seat on the left.

 45) Dahlia's Room - Panel to the right of the curtains.

 46) Dahlia's Room - Tie-back on the right curtain.

***NOTE: Hint Coins 43, 44, 45 and 46 can only be obtained when you enter that
         room for story purposes.

 47) Granny R's - Top of the chimney.

 48) Granny R's - Top of the red bucket on the bottom-left of the screen.

 49) Granny R's - Shrub, left of the house.

 50) Clock Tower - Light connected to a wall on the left.

 51) Clock Tower - Green-grey moss in the middle of the screen.

 52) Clock Tower - Panel on the left wall that sticks out.

 53) Fork in the Road - Wall light to the right of the door.

 54) Fork in the Road - Bushes in the bottom-left corner.

 55) Fork in the Road - Towel closest to you on the left, near the right
     building.

 56) Market - Stack of boxes to the left of the stall on the right.

 57) Market - On the floor underneath the stall on the left.

 58) Market - Red jars on a stall above a wooden board.

 59) Northern Hill - Chimney on the left.

 60) Northern Hill - Window in the green-grey roof.

 61) Northern Hill - Small green-grey moss near the bottom-left corner, to the
     right of the big section of moss.

 62) Northern Path - Pebble in the middle of the path, at the bottom of the
     screen.

 63) Northern Path - Wall light nearest the top of the screen.

 64) Northern Path - Pebble in the middle of the screen, near a building on the
     left.

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 65) Park Road - Sewer Cover.

 66) Park Road - End of the left path, near the park gate.

 67) Park Road - Plastic bag on the right path.

 68) Village Square - Window closest to the top of the screen, above a clock.

 69) Village Square - Chimney in the background, second chimney from the right.

 70) Village Square - The right barrel of the two barrels next to each other.

 71) Village Square - Middle of the roof of Granny R's house.

 72) Park Gate - Top of the right gate pillar.

 73) Park Gate - Right side of the left wall, near the top of the wall.

 74) Park Gate - Left side of the rubbish on the right.

 75) Entrance - Left chimney.

 76) Entrance - Trash can.

 77) Entrance - Sign touching the ground to the right of the Inn door.

 78) Clock Tower - Panel on the left wall that sticks out.

 79) Clock Tower - Window closest to the top of the screen.

 80) Clock Tower - Rock next to a wall on the right, below the right window.

 81) Fork in the Road - Left window in the background on the left.

 82) Fork in the Road - Window in the top-right corner of the screen.

 83) Fork in the Road - Pebble in front of the cafe door.

 84) Crumm's Cafe - Seat of the left chair.

 85) Crumm's Cafe - Picture in blue frame near the top of the screen.

 86) Crumm's Cafe - Where two walls and a cabinet meet on the left.

 87) Market - Jar on the right.

 88) Market - Barrel on the left.

 89) Market - Top of the box near the middle of the screen.

 90) Northern Hill - Top of the right chimney.

 91) Northern Hill - Roof facing you on the left, near the top-left corner.

 92) Northern Hill - Stairs on the right side of the screen.

 93) Northern Path - Green-grey moss to the right of the path, near the bottom
     of the screen.

 94) Northern Path - Lighted window on the left, in the crack to the right of
     the window.

 95) Northern Path - In a dark area near a lighted window.

 96) Prosciutto's - Left side of the bookcase, second shelf from the bottom

 97) Prosciutto's - Green book on the floor with a yellow dot on it.

 98) Prosciutto's - Shaded area underneath the desk on the right.

  A f t e r  C h a p t e r  4  O n w a r d s
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 99) Inn - Light switch to the right of the open door.

100) Entrance - Top of the right chimney.

101) Village Square - Chimney, second fro the left in the fore-ground.

102) Manor Road - Middle of the wall to the right of the path leading up to the
     manor.

103) Village Shop - The shelf that you can see both ends of behind the counter,
     the jar the is the second item from the left.

104) Manor Border - Middle of the bushes in the bottom-left corner.

105) Reinhold Manor - White bush to the left of the manor.

106) Manor Foyer - Middle of the second or third step of the stairs.

107) Manor Parlour - Round thing to the left of the window.

108) Village Hall - Desk draw next to the door.

109) Drawbridge - Pebble at the bottom-left corner.

110) Park Road - Stone wall to the left of the gate in the background.

111) Restaurant - Right chandelier, centre light.

112) Clock Tower - The large patch of green-grey moss on the wall to the left
     of the right door.

113) Fork in the Road - Trash can on the right.

114) Northern Path - Roof closest to the left, where the roof changes
     direction.

115) Northern Hill - Left roof, middle of the right side.

116) Market - Middle of the blue and white umbrella.

117) Archibald's - Picture on the right.

118) Archibald's - Flowers on the right.

119) Archibald's - Desk on the left.

***NOTE: Hint Coins 120, 121, and 122 can only be obtained when you enter that
         room for story purposes.

120) Archibald's Desk - Tin to the right of some biscuits.

121) Archibald's Desk - Bottom of the left leg.

122) Archibald's Desk - Bottom-right corner of the top of the desk.

***NOTE: Hint Coins 120, 121, and 122 can only be obtained when you enter that
         room for story purposes.

123) Path Entrance - Flowers on the right.

124) Path Entrance - Small square indentation on the door.

125) Path Entrance - One of the stones near the door.

126) Path Entrance - Middle of the right of the screen.

127) Tower Road - Flowers on the right.

128) Tower Road - Wall light.

129) Tower Road - window near the middle of the screen.

130) Tower Road - Brown patch below the middle part of the left window.

131) Dead End - A crack near the shoe in the bottom-right corner, at the edge
     of 2 walls.

132) Dead End - Left window.

133) Dead End - Left roof, middle of the bottom edge.

***NOTE: Hint Coins 134 changes when you gain access to the Tower.  The change
         is explained after the "_OR_".

134) Dead End - Bottom-left clump of green-grey moss _OR_ bottom part of the
     left wall that has been destroyed.

***NOTE: Hint Coins 134 changes when you gain access to the Tower.  The change
         is explained after the "_OR_".

135) Park Gate - Small stone in the middle of the left wall.

136) Sewer - Bottom step.

137) Sewer - Water on the left side, near the back.

138) Sewer - Small brick outline to the left of the middle of the steps

139) Sewer Exit - Left side in the water, to the right of where the wall
     disappears.

140) Sewer Exit - Middle of the water gate.

141) Sewer Exit - Middle of the vine on the right that touches the floor.

142) Outside the Sewer - Left window.

143) Outside the Sewer - Water to the right of Luke and Layton.

144) Outside the Sewer - Plant in the background, at the end of the dusty path.

145) Sewer Dead End - Water splash.

146) Sewer Dead End - Middle of the green-grey moss on the right wall.

147) Sewer Dead End - Bottom of the back wall, to the left of the gate.

***NOTE: Any Hint Coins that have two locations (separated by "_OR_") has the
         location of the Hint Coin affected by the Ferris Wheel attack.

148) Park Path Fork - Left leg of right signpost _OR_ middle of a piece of wood
     lying on the floor, underneath another piece of wood.

149) Park Path Fork - Top of the lamppost on the left.

150) Park Path Fork - Trash can.

151) Park Path Fork - Right tree, where the trunk splits in two.

152) Abandoned Tent - Right side of the model horse _OR_ leaves in the branch
     that is on the floor.

153) Abandoned Tent - Glass part of left lamp post _OR_ the lamp post on the
     floor.

154) Abandoned Tent - Pebble near the bottom of the screen, in the middle _OR_
     grey box in front of the right shack.

155) Abandoned Tent - Stack of cups in the right shack _OR_ cup lying on the
     floor, in front of the shack.

***NOTE: Hint Coin 156 will be lost if it is not collected before the Ferris
         Wheel attacks you.

156) Ferris Wheel - Bottom of the middle support beam.

***NOTE: Hint Coin 156 will be lost if it is not collected before the Ferris
         Wheel attacks you.

157) Ferris Wheel - Signpost left of the right shack _OR_ on the top of the
     roof  of the right shack.

158) Ferris Wheel - Signpost on the right side of the screen _OR_ sign lying on
     the ground in front of the right shack.

159) Ferris Wheel - White thing on the right of the left shack _OR_ left side
     of the broken shack on the left.

160) Waterside Shack - Wooden bridge to the shack _OR_ to the left of the
     wooden bridge, in the water.

161) Waterside Shack - Trash can _OR_ middle of 3 rocks on the left, near the
     lamp post.

***NOTE: Any Hint Coins that have two locations (separated by "_OR_") has the
         location of the Hint Coin affected by the Ferris Wheel attack.

162) Waterside Shack - Left side of the water, right of some brown soil in the
     background.

***NOTE: Hint Coin 163 will be lost if it is not collected before the Ferris
         Wheel attacks you.

163) Waterside Shack - Right side, near the second tree trunk you can see in
     the background.  If you can not see it, just keep looking near the bank.

***NOTE: Hint Coin 163 will be lost if it is not collected before the Ferris
         Wheel attacks you.

164) Shack Path - Trash can.

165) Shack Path - Top of chimney.

166) Shack Path - Middle of the blue roof.

167) Shack Path - Bushes left of the right tree.

168) Under the Shack - Top of the wooden bucket.

169) Under the Shack - Moss-covered rock, where the moss is touching the
     bottom of the screen.

170) Under the Shack - Pebble closest to the right wall.

171) Under the Shack - Above the engraved puzzle on the back wall.

172) Underground Path - Pebble near the bottom of the screen.

173) Underground Path - Slightly to the left of the middle of the wall facing
     you on the right.

174) Underground Path - Moss growing on the bottom-left corner of the left
     wall.

175) Underground Path - Left side of the path, near the middle of the screen.
     There is a pebble or some moss to mark the position.

176) Underground Area - Pebble to the right of the wooden bucket.

177) Underground Area - Left side of the floor above the steps.

178) Underground Area - Green-grey moss underneath the candle.

179) Underground Area - Between the 2 cabinets on the right.

180) Tower Entrance - Middle of the moss on the right, near the bottom of the
     wall.

181) Tower Cellar - Left of the fridge, on the floor.

182) Tower Floor 1 - Top of the oil cans on the left.

183) Tower Floor 2 - Rubble below the third window from the right.

184) Tower Floor 3 - Unlit candle on the right.

185) Tower Floor 4 - Hole in the bottom of the wall on the left.

186) Tower Floor 5 - Back of the room, the left table with 2 legs.

187) Tower Floor 6 - Window above Luke and Layton's position.

188) Tower Floor 7 - Middle of the path, near the right of the screen.

189) Spiral Staircase - Middle candle out of the 5 near the top of the screen.

190) Tower Top Floor - Middle of the grass area.


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| | 11)                         C R E D I T S                       [CDIT] | |
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  T h a n k  Y o u s
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Bako_Ikporamee who image we referenced for Puzzle 135. The original can be
found here: http://www.gamefaqs.com/portable/ds/file/936050/52014.

GameFAQs for hosting this.

You, for taking the time to read our FAQ.

The people on the FCB for no real reason.

Janie Thurman for pointing out a couple of wording mistakes in Puzzle 097.


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| | 12)             C O N T A C T  I N F O R M A T I O N            [CTIN] | |
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