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Making a Scene is a puzzle in Professor Layton and the Unwound Future.

## Puzzle

US Version

One male is standing in front of a child.

Two males are standing behind a female.

One male and one female are standing behind a male.

A female is standing behind a child.

What's the minimum number of people present in the scene described?

UK Version

You have created a scene with the following conditions:

• One male is standing in front of a child.
• Two males are standing behind a female.
• One male and one female are standing behind a male.
• One female is standing behind a child.

You created this scene with the minimum number of people.

How many people are there in your scene?

## Hints

Click a Tab to reveal the Hint.

US Version

It's easy to figure out if you draw a picture of the scene.

But there's something you need to be mindful of...

UK Version

It's easy to work this one out if you draw a picture of the scene.

There's something you need to be mindful of, though...

US Version

You know, the puzzle never specified that everybody was standing in the same direction...

UK Version

You know, the puzzle never specified that everybody was facing the same direction...

US Version

What gender is the child?

UK Version

There's only one child in your scene.

What gender is it?

The child is a male!

US Version

Did you figure out yet? It sure makes things a lot easier, doesn't it?

With that in mind, a male child standing behind an adult male, both of whom have their backs to an adult female, fulfills all of the conditions. That's it!

UK Version

Things get a lot easier when you've worked that out.

With that in mind, a male child standing behind an adult male, both of whom have their backs to an adult female, fulfils all the conditions. That's it!

## Solution

### Incorrect

US Version

There's something tricky going on...

UK Version

There's a bit of a trick to this one...

### Correct

US Version

Three's the crowd!

One adult male, one adult female, and one male child. That's all it takes if they're standing as shown in the image above.

UK Version

Three's a crowd!

One adult male, one adult female and one male child. That's all it takes if they're standing as shown above.

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