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Cube Halves is a puzzle in Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box.

## Puzzle

US Version

Below are four halves of four separate cubes. Each of the halves is shaped so that when fitted with an identically shaped piece, these two halves form a whole cube. However, one piece below fails to meet those requirements and doesn't form a cube when joined with another identical piece.

Circle the odd piece out from choices A through D below.

UK Version

Below are four shapes. Three of the shapes form a whole cube when fitted together with an identical shape. However, one shape below is different in this regard, and doesn't form a cube when joined with another identical shape.

Circle the odd shape out from choices A to D below.

## Hints

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B looks like it should fit together with its other half quite nicely.

US Version

D and another piece shaped like it would make a fine cube as well.

UK Version

D and another identical shape would make a fine cube as well.

You're down to two possible answers at this point.

Choose the one that seems the least likely to fit with its twin.

## Solution

### Incorrect

US Version

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

UK Version

Study the shapes carefully and try again.

### Correct

That's right!

US Version

C will not form a cube when joined with another identical piece. Some areas of the shape are just a little too complex to fit together neatly.

Still, with only a few alterations, you could probably change that shape into something that works, don't you think?

UK Version

C will not form a cube when joined with another identical shape. Some areas of the shape are just a little too complex to fit together neatly.

Still, with just a few alterations, you could probably change that shape into something that works, don't you think?

A big thanks to http://professorlayton2walkthrough.blogspot.com

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