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A Dramatic Farewell is a puzzle in Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box.

Puzzle

Train stations are an especially good place for dramatic farewells, aren't they?

US Version

Below is a picture of a man and woman bidding each other a tearful good-bye. Somewhere within this picture is a single unrealistic detail.

Find and circle that unusual area.

UK Version

Below is a painting of a man and woman bidding each other a tearful goodbye. Somewhere within this painting, however, is a single unrealistic detail.

Find and circle that detail.

Hints




Click a Tab to reveal the Hint.

There's nothing wrong with the dog.

US Version

The moon hanging in the sky and the lamppost are fine as is.

Oh, and don't bother searching the man in the foreground of the picture either.

UK Version

The moon and the lamp-post are fine.

Oh, and don't bother with the man in the foreground of the painting either.

US Version

The detail you're searching for has to do with the train car. Once you've spotted it, you're sure to shout, "There's no way you could move it like that!"

UK Version

The detail you're searching for has to do with the train carriage. Once you've spotted it, you're sure to shout, "There's no way you could move it like that!".


Solution

Incorrect

Too bad!

US Version

Think hard about the clues you've been given and try again.

UK Version

Cast a sceptical eye over the painting and try again.

Correct

US Version

Good eye!

Were the man in the picture to open the window as shown above, the frame would go through the roof of the train!

Most trains have windows that either slide down into the body of the train, or allow only one portion of the window to open. Of course, thanks to today's modern air-conditioning, a good number of trains have been fitted with windows that don't open at all...

UK Version

Well spotted!

Were the man in the painting to open the window as shown above, the frame would go through the roof the the train!

These days, most trains have windows that only open partially. Of course, thanks to modern air-conditioning, a good number of trains have been fitted with windows that don't open at all!

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