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A Ticket to Where? is a puzzle in Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box.

Puzzle

US Version

In front of you sits the ticket that Layton and Luke found with Dr. Schrader. At first glance, the ticket appears to have no destination written on it. But when you look at it just the right way, the ticket discloses its destination: the town of Folsense.

The key to spotting the destination is the number that has been cut out of the ticket. What number used to be there?

Use the ticket in the instruction booklet to puzzle this one out!

UK Version

In front of you is the ticket that Layton and Luke found in Dr Schrader's flat. At first glance, the ticket appears to have no destination written on it. But when you look at it in just the right way, the ticket discloses its destination: the town of Folsense. The key to spotting the destination is the number that has been cut out of the ticket. Can you work out which number must have been there?

Use the ticket in the instruction booklet to puzzle this one out!

Hints




Click a Tab to reveal the Hint.

To find the answer, you have to fold the ticket in a particular way.

US Version

First, fold the entire ticket in half, lengthwise. Next, fold the ticket lengthwise along the middle of each row of numbers.

Fold it just so, and the top half of the top row of numbers will connect to the bottom half of the bottom row of numbers, revealing a string of letters.

UK Version

Hold the ticket lengthwise and fold it inwards along the middle. Next, fold each side outwards, halfway along each row of numbers.

The top half of the top row of numbers and the bottom half of the bottom row of numbers will connect to each other, revealing a string of letters.

US Version

The words "FOR FOLSENSE" are written on this ticket.

What number must belong in the cut-out portion in order to form an E when the ticket is folded?

UK Version

The word "FOLSENSE" is written on this ticket.

Which number must belong in the cut-out portion in order to form an E when the ticket is folded?


Solution

Incorrect

Too bad!

To solve this puzzle you'll need to do something to the ticket that allows you to connect the two rows of numbers in some fashion.

Correct

Excellent!

The missing number is 2.

US Version

If you fold the ticket as shown and line up the two sets of numbers, they form letters that spell out the phrase "FOR FOLSENSE." It looks like the ticket's destination was there all along!

UK Version

If you fold the ticket as shown and line up the two sets of numbers, they form letters that spell out the word "FOLSENSE". It looks like the ticket's destination was there all along!

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