Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 10 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Professor Layton Games
Twice. The amount it drops is usually 10%. For multiple choice puzzles, it is a much more significant value.
Six. From the plaza you can access the town entrance, park road, manor road and clock tower by walking straight to them. You can also access Granny R's and the town hall just by tapping on the door.
Behind a portrait. Only the finder of the Golden Apple could acquire this treasure. After crash-landing from the tower, Layton found the way to the treasure. Once they had found it, they decided to leave it.
Seven. The tower is rather oddly shaped. Most of the floors have a puzzle which must be solved in order to move up to the next floor.
Eighteen. It is very easy to get stuck thinking that both rooms require fifteen items. If you complete Luke's room, it is just a matter of finding out which objects do not affect his happiness and moving them over to Layton's room.
Three. Puzzles #130, #131 and #135 are the only puzzles worth 99 Picarats. One could complete #131 through trial and error without losing any Picarats. The other two would be much harder to guess though.
Red. The Laytonmobile is built with a high ceiling to accommodate Layton's hat which he never takes off. Despite its good condition, Luke believes that nobody would want to steal it.
135. There are 100 puzzles which can be found by talking to the citizens of St. Mystere and through the storyline. There are a further twenty puzzles which can be found by tapping on objects in the background. Finally, there are fifteen more challenging puzzles found by completing certain tasks.