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Family Portraits is a puzzle in Professor Layton and the Last Specter.

Puzzle

US Version

These portraits show five generations of the same family. Each generation shares only one particular facial feature with the next generation.

The portrait above the Roman numeral I is the first in the series. Put the remaining portraits into chronological order.

UK Version

These portraits show five generations of the same family. Each generation shares only one particular facial feature with the next.

Put the portraits into the correct order.

Hints




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US Version

Move the portraits around to compare them all. Look for portraits that share only one single feature with the next.

UK Version

Try moving the portraits around, making sure that each portrait shares only a single feature with the next.

US Version

The men in the first and second portraits share the same eyes.

Apparently, their big, round peepers were a hit with the ladies.

UK Version

The men who should appear in the first and second portraits share the same eyes.

Apparently, their big round peepers were a hit with the girls.

US Version

The fourth and fifth portraits should have the same eyebrows.

They claim their dignified brows were the talk of the town among the ladies.

UK Version

The fourth and fifth portraits should feature men with the same eyebrows.

These dignified brows were the talk of the town among the ladies.

US Version

The man in the fifth portrait is wearing a blue cap. However, the man in the second portrait never went anywhere without his red cap.

The ladies loved the men's caps!

UK Version

The man in what should be the fifth portrait is wearing a blue cap. The man who should be in the second portrait, however, never went anywhere without his red cap.


Solution

Incorrect

US Version

Too bad!

They would be mortified if they knew you'd mixed up their portraits!

UK Version

Bad luck!

They would be mortified if they knew you'd mixed up their portraits.

Correct

US Version

Dad's right!

I wonder what features they share with the current generation.

UK Version

That's right!

Generation after generation, the family resemblance is hard to miss!

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