All games follow the titular character Professor Layton or one of his relatives as they investigate various mysteries. But their true specialty is the art of solving puzzles, which is highly needed, as they encounter several hundreds of them on their journeys. After all, a true gentleman or lady leaves no puzzle unsolved!
|Title:||Professor Layton video game series.|
Full titles for all games are available on the wiki.
|Publisher:||LEVEL-5 (Japan only), Nintendo (Other regions)|
|Description:||The Professor Layton series is a series of Puzzle/Adventure video games, in which players have to solve various puzzles while they advance through the main story of the game.|
|Similar games:||The series is rather unique with its combination of exploration and puzzles, but various other series require thinking outside the box:|
|Genres:||Puzzle/Adventure - Gameplay alternates between exploring the world of Professor Layton and solving puzzles when they are encountered.|
|Playthrough Length:||Varies - Depending on how many of the optional puzzles in the game are solved, it may take anywhere between a few hours to several days (sometimes more).|
|Difficulty:||Easy/Intermediate - Puzzles in the game vary greatly in difficulty level. The difficulty of a puzzle is measured in Picarats, a sort of in-game scoring system. These Picarats can then be used to unlock various bonus content in the game.
Some puzzles may require simple mathematics or a "thinking outside the box" approach to solve. Most puzzles in the game can be skipped and solved at a later time. Not all puzzles have to be solved to complete the game. Solutions for puzzles are available in our Puzzle Database.
|Multiplayer:||All games feature only Single player modes. No local or online multiplayer is included in any of the games.|
Content Rating Information
|Violence:||Some violence may be implied but is never directly shown.|
|Sexual Themes and Nudity:||None|
|Drugs and Alcohol:||Minor depictions of Alcohol in later games|
|Crude Humor or Comic Mischief:||None|
|Subscription:||Games for the Nintendo 3DS include an optional free subscription for notices of new daily puzzles. These messages come once per week in the form of a newsletter. This subscription can be cancelled at any time.|
|Gambling Elements:||Some games feature a casino. Some puzzles may contain mild gambling references, but only a few puzzles at most.|
|Title:||Professor Layton and the Eternal Diva|
|Studio:||(North America), (UK)|
|Release Date:||November 8, 2011 (North America), October 18, 2010 (UK)|
|Length:||99 minutes (1 hour 39 minutes)|
|Description:||Professor Layton and his apprentice "number one" Luke Triton are invited to an opera performance by one of Professor Layton's ex students. However, the opera appears to have just been a set-up, and soon Layton and Luke find themselves participating in the Game of Eternal Life: a game where the person who solves the most puzzles can win the secret of the eternal life.|
|Main Characters:||The movie features all the main characters of the Professor Layton series, including Professor Layton himself, his apprentice Luke Triton and his assistant Emmy Altava. Various other characters from the games appear as well. The movie also features its own set of new characters, created exclusively for the movie.|
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