"Oh, so you wanna hear about me, do ya then? Sure, all right."
— Beasly, Professor Layton and the Unwound Future

Beasly is a puzzle keeper in Professor Layton and the Unwound Future. He was a small bee who assumed the position of puzzle keeper when Granny Riddleton retired, and was later succeeded by Puzzlette.



Beasly was an enigmatic individual, who had a self-proclaimed "magnetic personality", which was apparently how he found puzzles.


A bee with a taste for puzzles and chitchat, Beasly was the guardian of lost puzzles until Puzzlette assumed the role.

No one knows exactly how he got the job in the first place, though.



Professor Layton and the Unwound FutureEdit

Chapter Three: The Enigmatic FutureEdit

When Professor Layton and Luke arrived in the future London, Granny Riddleton announced at the abandoned shop that she was retiring from puzzle keeping, leaving Beasly as her successor.

By tapping Beasly's Flower, which can be found in said shop and at the entrace to Chinatown, the player can access their store of lost puzzles.

Chapter Seven: ChinatownEdit

At a later point in the game, Layton and Luke, now traveling also with Future Luke and Flora, found a peculiar house at the dead end of Azure Avenue in Chinatown.

Inside, Layton and co. met Beasly again. Layton and Luke talked to Beasly to find out more about him and his backstory, and it was here where Beasly, before he could tell his "gripping tale", was swatted (but not killed) by Puzzlette, who in turn replaced him as puzzle keeper.

He could be seen in the credits, wrapped in bandages and cursing about his ill treatment.




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US Professor Layton and the Unwound Future - Scene 20 37


  • Beasly was most likely Subject 2 of the animal test subjects, like the parrot and Subject 3.
  • Even though Beasly says he doesn't know Granny Riddleton, in the credits it shows that she knew him.