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Exit on the Left 2 is a puzzle in Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy.

## Puzzle

The spike traps and laser-firing statues that fill this room are even more lethal than before! The stone statues turn 90° clockwise every time Layton takes a step, and as soon as he steps off a floor tile, spikes will emerge through it, making it impossible to turn back.

Glide Layton to the exit on the left-hand side of the room, and be careful not to let him get trapped in a corner or, worse, fried by lasers!

## Hints

Click a Tab to reveal the Hint.

The starting position for this puzzle is in the bottom-right corner of the screen, so there are only two directions to choose from: upwards or left.

Start by taking Layton two steps upwards, then two steps to the left. When he reaches the wall, move him one step down, one step to the right, then another step downwards. Once he's at the bottom of the screen, have him head to the wall on his left.

Following on from the steps listed in Hint 1, move Layton two steps upwards, one step to the left, then another step upwards.

From there, move him one step to the right, one step upwards, another step to the right, then another step upwards.

It's a bit of a convoluted route, but it's better than getting fried by those lasers!

After you've followed the steps listed in Hint 2, move Layton two steps to the left6, one step downwards, another step to the left, then two steps upwards.

He should now be at the very top of the room. Have him head left until he hits a wall.

Following on from Hint 3, have Layton follow the path downwards, sticking as close as possible to the left-hand wall. Once you get close to the statue in the bottom-left corner, move Layton around to the right of it, then move him another step to the right.

You should be able to handle it from here!

## Solution

### Correct

Laser sharp!

Peril is an integral part of any adventure, but there are no dangers that a gentleman cannot overcome!

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