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|puzzle = Look at that, another row of jars and cans all mixed up, and this time there are even more of them. As before, your job is to rearrange these items so that both jars and cans are grouped with items of the same type. However, in doing so, you must always move two containers at once.
 
|puzzle = Look at that, another row of jars and cans all mixed up, and this time there are even more of them. As before, your job is to rearrange these items so that both jars and cans are grouped with items of the same type. However, in doing so, you must always move two containers at once.
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Move items around by touching the red icon between two containers and dragging the selected pair of items around with your stylus.
 
Move items around by touching the red icon between two containers and dragging the selected pair of items around with your stylus.
|hint1 = This is another puzzle where the order of your moves is key. You won't get any hints on this one, but as a general tip for this type of puzzle, you should take care not to return items to their original position while moving them around. Also, you should know that this puzzle, like the previous one of the same type, can be solved in as few as four moves. Pretty interesting, considering you have more cans and jars to deal with this time.
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|hint2 = In Japan, the type of puzzle you are playing now is known as a Mandarin duck puzzle. Mandarin ducks are famous for the affectionate way male and female pairs of ducks get along. Some theorize that the game is known by this name because of the way Mandarin duck couples tend to move about together.
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Move items around by touching the red icon between two containers and dragging the selected pair of items around with the stylus.
|hint3 = Here's another piece of fun trivia.
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This is another puzzle where the order of your moves is key. You won't get any hints on this one, but as a general tip for this type of puzzle, you should take care not to return items to their original position while moving them around. Also, you should know that this puzzle, like the previous one of the same type, can be solved in as few as four moves. Pretty interesting, considering you have more cans and jars to deal with this time.
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This is another puzzle where the order of your moves is key. You won't get any hints on this one, but as a general tip for this type of puzzle, you should take care not to return items to their original position while moving them around. Also, you should know that although there are a lot more jars and cans this time, it shouldn't take any more moves to solve than the last puzzle.
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In Japan, the type of puzzle you are playing now is known as a Mandarin duck puzzle. Mandarin ducks are famous for the affectionate way male and female pairs of ducks get along. Some theorize that the game is known by this name because of the way Mandarin duck couples tend to move about together.
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;UK Version
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In Japan the type of puzzle you are playing now is known as a Mandarin duck puzzle. Mandarin ducks are famous for the affectionate way male and female pairs of ducks get along. Some theorise that the game is known by this name because of the way Mandarin duck couples tend to move about together.
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Here's another piece of fun trivia.
   
 
As stated in Hint Two, these puzzles are referred to as Mandarin duck puzzles, because of the affectionate behavior Mandarin duck couples exhibit toward each other. But it turns out that these birds are said to change mates every year.
 
As stated in Hint Two, these puzzles are referred to as Mandarin duck puzzles, because of the affectionate behavior Mandarin duck couples exhibit toward each other. But it turns out that these birds are said to change mates every year.
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Yes, this fact has no relation to puzzles, but it sure is fascinating.
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Here's another piece of fun trivia for you. As stated in Hint 2, these puzzles are referred to as Mandarin duck puzzles because of the affectionate behaviour Mandarin duck couples exhibit towards each other, but it turns out that these birds change maters every year!
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This may not help you with the puzzle, but isn't it interesting?
 
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|correct = Well done!
 
|correct = Well done!

Latest revision as of 20:09, June 3, 2019

Jars and Cans 2 is a puzzle in Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box.

Puzzle

Look at that, another row of jars and cans all mixed up, and this time there are even more of them. As before, your job is to rearrange these items so that both jars and cans are grouped with items of the same type. However, in doing so, you must always move two containers at once.

US Version

Move items around by touching the red icon between two containers and dragging the selected pair of items around with your stylus.

UK Version

Move items around by touching the red icon between two containers and dragging the selected pair of items around with the stylus.

Hints




Click a Tab to reveal the Hint.

US Version

This is another puzzle where the order of your moves is key. You won't get any hints on this one, but as a general tip for this type of puzzle, you should take care not to return items to their original position while moving them around. Also, you should know that this puzzle, like the previous one of the same type, can be solved in as few as four moves. Pretty interesting, considering you have more cans and jars to deal with this time.

UK Version

This is another puzzle where the order of your moves is key. You won't get any hints on this one, but as a general tip for this type of puzzle, you should take care not to return items to their original position while moving them around. Also, you should know that although there are a lot more jars and cans this time, it shouldn't take any more moves to solve than the last puzzle.

US Version

In Japan, the type of puzzle you are playing now is known as a Mandarin duck puzzle. Mandarin ducks are famous for the affectionate way male and female pairs of ducks get along. Some theorize that the game is known by this name because of the way Mandarin duck couples tend to move about together.

UK Version

In Japan the type of puzzle you are playing now is known as a Mandarin duck puzzle. Mandarin ducks are famous for the affectionate way male and female pairs of ducks get along. Some theorise that the game is known by this name because of the way Mandarin duck couples tend to move about together.

US Version

Here's another piece of fun trivia.

As stated in Hint Two, these puzzles are referred to as Mandarin duck puzzles, because of the affectionate behavior Mandarin duck couples exhibit toward each other. But it turns out that these birds are said to change mates every year.

Yes, this fact has no relation to puzzles, but it sure is fascinating.

UK Version

Here's another piece of fun trivia for you. As stated in Hint 2, these puzzles are referred to as Mandarin duck puzzles because of the affectionate behaviour Mandarin duck couples exhibit towards each other, but it turns out that these birds change maters every year!

This may not help you with the puzzle, but isn't it interesting?


Solution

Correct

Well done!

US Version

This puzzle can be solved in as few as four moves and is based off one widely known in Japan since the Edo era.

UK Version

This puzzle is based on one widely known in Japan since the Edo era.

  • Initial Position
  • Move the second and third containers into the empty area.
  • Move the third and fourth containers into the empty area.
  • Move the sixth and seventh containers into the empty area.
  • Move the first and second containers into the empty area.

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

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