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Lighten Up 2 is a puzzle in Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy.

Puzzle

You're hanging festive lanterns for the town carnival and, of course, you wouldn't dream of disregarding the carnival committee's picky requests:
"Any more than one lamp per street would quite ruin the ambiance. That won't do at all. And it's just horrid to have beams of the same colour crossing. Be sure not to do that!"

Can you position the lanterns according to these demands and still light every street in town, all the way from one end to the other?

Hints




Click a Tab to reveal the Hint.

You've only got one green lantern, but that only makes its positioning even more important.

Start out simply by positioning your lanterns so that every street is lit up, and take things from there.

The green lantern needs to be positioned somewhere around the top-left corner of the map.

What's that? You still don't know where to put it?

Well, it doesn't go on the edge of the map. Instead, it should be positioned on one of the inner streets.

One of your pink lanterns should be placed in the top-right corner of the map, and the other should be slightly down and left from the centre of the map.

With your green and pink lanterns in place, most of the streets should be lit up. Now it's up to you to work out where the yellow lanterns need to go.

Okay, one last hint.

One of your yellow lanterns needs to be placed halfway down the left edge of the map. Another one goes on the bottom edge of the map. The fact that all your pink and green lanterns are already in place means there are not many places left for your yellow lanterns to go. In fact, you should work it out from here quite quickly!


Solution

Incorrect

Too bad.

Check carefully that there are no places where the beam from one lantern cuts across a beam of the same colour from a different lantern.

Correct

You made light work of that one!

You have to admit, the image of the lights reflected on the lake is quite magical.

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