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Apple Bounce (Apples Away in the UK version) is a puzzle in Professor Layton and the Last Specter.

Puzzle

US Version

Newton wants to drop some apples from the top of his ladder into his friend's basket.

Place trampolines carefully to help Newton bounce the apples on their way. Make sure they don't hit the ground or bounce into any walls before they reach the basket! Nobody likes a bruised apple.

UK Version

Newton wants to drop apples from the top of the ladder and bounce them into his friend's basket.

Place trampolines carefully so that the apples don't hit the ground or bounce into any walls before they reach the basket! Nobody likes a bruised apple.

Hints




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US Version

Those juicy apples sure can bounce!

See what happens when you change the angle of a trampoline.

UK Version

Those juicy apples can really bounce! See what directions the apples bounce when you change the angle of a trampoline.

US Version

It's possible to solve this puzzle using only a single trampoline.

See if you can find the best place to put it.

UK Version

It's possible to solve this puzzle with just one trampoline.

Where might be the best place to put it?

US Version

The best place for a single trampoline is in the path of the falling apple toward the bottom of its fall.

Try changing the angle of the trampoline to make the apple bounce through the gaps between walls.

UK Version

The best place for a single trampoline is in the path of the falling apple, towards the bottom of its fall.

Try changing the angle of the trampoline to make the apple bounce through the gaps between walls.

US Version

With the right placement, you can bounce an apple right over the top of the leftmost wall. You'll need two trampolines to solve the puzzle that way, and the placement might be a tad tricky...but why not give it a try?

UK Version

It is also possible to bounce an apple over the top-left wall. You will need two trampolines and the placement might be more tricky, but why not give it a try?


Solution

Correct

US Version

Well done!

There are a number of ways to solve this puzzle. See how many you can find.

UK Version

You caught it!

There are a number of ways you can solve this puzzle. Try to find them all!

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A big thanks to http://professorlayton4walkthrough.blogspot.com

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