Professeur Layton

Professeur Layton

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Luke Luke is Professor Layton’s young assistant, admirer, and self-professed apprentice.
PuzzleMaster AkiraTago Professor Emeritus Chiba University
Born February 25, 1926. Professor Tago performs research in the field of psychology and has written many best-selling puzzle books in his spare time. Even now, he actively continues to research a wide variety of subjects.
The villagers of St. Mystere are completely enamored with puzzles and riddles, so you’ll encounter many brainteasers as you progress through the story.  
Professor Tago is renowned for his ability to create brainteasers and riddles for even the most seasoned puzzle solvers. His best-selling series of books, Head Gymnastics, was inuential to an entire generation of puzzle lovers. Now it’s your turn to sample some of the professor’s famous puzzles!
In Professor Layton and the Curious Village, you assume the role of Professor Layton and his young assistant, Luke. Your objective is to crack the mystery set before you by exploring the curious village of St. Mystere and solving the puzzles you encounter on your adventure. MainCharacters
Professor Layton A renowned archeologist with an uncanny mind for puzzles, the professor is never seen without his trademark silk top hat, an article of clothing that he would argue no proper gentleman should be seen without.
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For more on saving and quitting, seepage 24.
ContinuingaGame Tap Continue at the title screen to go to the file-selection screen pictured to the right. Tap the file you want to play to resume that saved game.
StartingaNewGame When you tap New Game on the title screen, you will go to the name-entry screen pictured to the right. Write your name on the Touch Screen, then tap OK! You can’t edit a file name once you’ve confirmed it.
TitleScreen At the title screen, you can choose from three options: New Game, Continue, and Bonuses.  *The first time you start up the game,  only the New Game option will be visible.  *For more on Bonuses, seepage 28.
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