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Eye of the Dragon is a puzzle in Professor Layton and the Unwound Future. The puzzle must be solved in order to progress the story.

Puzzle

US Version

This dragon's eyes aren't spheres but dodecahedrons. This means that each eye is a 3-D object constructed from 12 pentagons.

Though one of the eyes is already made, the other one still needs to be assembled. Which option, A, B, or C, will create exactly the same eye when folded together?

UK Version

These dragon eyes are not spheres, but dodecahedrons. That means both of them are 3D objects made up of 12 pentagons.

Though one of the eyes is already made, the other one still needs to be assembled.

Which option, A, B or C, will create an eye that's exactly the same as the other one when folded together?

Hints




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US Version

There are three options. Look for the differences between them. That's where you'll find your answer.

UK Version

There are three options, so look for the differences between them. That's where you'll find your answer.

You could make your own dodecahedron with paper and scissors...but it's not exactly easy.

US Version

It'll be faster to find where the model fits together.

UK Version

Finding where the pattern fits together should be faster.

US Version

One pentagon is the center of the eye. Concentrate on the areas cut from around it. Use the Memo function to draw lines between the corresponding areas.

UK Version

One of the pentagons in each option is the eye's pupil. Concentrate on the areas that connect to this pupil. Use the Memo Function to draw lines between the corresponding areas.

US Version

Take the center of the eye in C. If you connect the center to the pentagons around it, it creates a pattern different from the assembled eye.

You can tell right away because the pentagons close to the eye's center are missing something.

The answer is A or B.

UK Version

Look at the pupil of the eye in C. If you connect the pupil to the pentagons around it, it creates a pattern that's different to the assembled eye.

You can tell straight away because the pentagons close to the pupil are missing something.

The answer is therefore either A or B.


Solution

Incorrect

Too bad!

US Version

Determine which faces fit together once the eye is assembled.

UK Version

Picture the eye when it is assembled and work out which faces fit together.

Correct

Way to go!

The answer is A.

US Version

The dragon's eyes flash and the door opens!

UK Version

The dragon's eyes flash and the door is unlocked!

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A big thanks to http://professorlayton3walkthrough.blogspot.com

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