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Block Ostrich (Blockwork Ostrich in the UK version) is a puzzle in Professor Layton and the Last Specter.

Puzzle

US Version

Rearrange the pieces making up the shape of Layton's hat into the shape of an ostrich.

You can move, flip, or rotate pieces in any direction.

UK Version

Can you rearrange the pieces making up Layton's hat into the shape of an ostrich?

The pieces can be moved, flipped and rotated in any direction.

Hints

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US Version

Grab the piece that makes up the left portion of the brim of Professor Layton's hat. This piece will fit perfectly in the space formed by the ostrich's head.

UK Version

First of all, flip the piece that makes up the left portion of the top hat's brim. This piece will fit in where the ostrich's head is.

US Version

Use the L-shaped piece to make up the ostrich's legs. Be careful how you handle them--a kick from an ostrich is powerful enough to take out a lion!

UK Version

Use the L-shaped piece to make up the ostrich's legs. Be careful how you handle them - a kick from an ostrich is powerful enough to take out a lion!

US Version

Now it's time to put those flightless wings in place. Flip the piece shaped like a backward "J" and rotate it so it can fit into the body section. Then take the smaller of the two remaining pieces and place it in the space you just created.

UK Version

It's time to put those flightless wings in place. Flip the piece shaped like a back-to-front J and rotate it so that it can fit into the body section. Then take the smallest piece and place it in the space you just created.

US Version

Only one piece left! Simply flip that piece and rotate it until it fits into the remaining space for the neck and shoulders.

Now there's an ostrich that can flaunt its feathers proudly!

UK Version

If you followed the previous hints, there should be only one piece left. Just flip and rotate it until it fits in the space that remains.

The ostrich can then flaunt its feathers proudly!

Solution

Correct

Correct!

US Version

Squawk! That ostrich looks as if it's ready to set off running, doesn't it?

UK Version

That ostrich looks as if it's ready to set off running, doesn't it?

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