FANDOM


m (Puzzle)
 
(7 intermediate revisions by 5 users not shown)
Line 1: Line 1:
{{PuzzleNav|Fuel for the Fire|Puppet Master}}
+
{{Puzzle
{{PuzzleInfobox
+
|game = LS
|name = {{PAGENAME}}
+
|number = 089
|imagewidth = 256
+
|image = LS089.png
|game = LS
+
|puzzle = In order to store this fine wine in an appropriate manner, the following rules must be observed:
|number = 89
+
;US Version
|location = Cellar
+
# White wine should always be stored so that there is only one bottle on any horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line.
|solvedby = Layton
 
|type = Arrange
 
|obligatory =
 
|picarats = 50
 
|reward =
 
}}'''{{PAGENAME}}''' is a puzzle in ''[[Professor Layton and the Last Specter]]''.
 
 
==Puzzle==
 
In order to store this fine wine in an appropriate manner, the following rules must be observed:
 
 
# White wine sould always be stored so that there is only one bottle on any horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line.
 
 
# Red wine should also be stored so that there is only one bottle on the same horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line.
 
# Red wine should also be stored so that there is only one bottle on the same horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line.
 
# The two bottles already in the crate cannot be moved.
 
# The two bottles already in the crate cannot be moved.
   
 
Can you figure out a way to store it?
 
Can you figure out a way to store it?
  +
;UK Version
  +
# White wine should always be stored so that there is only one bottle on any horizontal, vertical or diagonal line.
  +
# Red wine should also be stored so that there is only one bottle on the same horizontal, vertical or diagonal line.
  +
# The two bottles already in the crate cannot be moved.
  +
  +
Can you work out a way to store them?
  +
|hint1 =
  +
;US Version
  +
You can solve this puzzle in two ways, but whichever way you do it, it's easier to figure out using the Memo function.
   
==Hints==
 
{{Hints
 
|1=You can solve this puzzle in two ways, but whichever way you do it, it's easier to figure out using the Memo function.
 
{{P}}
 
 
Start from either of the two immovable bottles, and draw lines to show where the other bottles cannot be placed.
 
Start from either of the two immovable bottles, and draw lines to show where the other bottles cannot be placed.
|2=If you try to but both of the red- and white-wine bottles in at the same time, you will just confuse yourself. Figure out all of the one type before going on to the next.
+
;UK Version
|3=To solve this puzzle, you need to make sure there is a red- and white-wine bottle on each horizontal and vertical line.
+
You can solve this puzzle in two ways, but whichever way you do it, it'll be easier to work out if you use the Memo Function.
|S=Let's concentrate on each color one at a time, imagining that the rows are numbered left to right and the columns top to bottom.
+
{{P}}
+
Start from either of the two immovable bottles and draw lines to show where the other bottles cannot be placed.
  +
|hint2 =
  +
;US Version
  +
If you try to put both of the red- and white-wine bottles in at the same time, you will just confuse yourself. Figure out all of the one type before going on to the next.
  +
;UK Version
  +
If you try to put both of the red and white wine bottles in at the same time, you will just confuse yourself. Work out all of one type before going on to the next.
  +
|hint3 =
  +
;US Version
  +
To solve this puzzle, you need to make sure there is a red- and white-wine bottle on each horizontal and vertical line.
  +
;UK Version
  +
To solve this puzzle, you need to make sure there is a red and white wine bottle on each horizontal and vertical line.
  +
|hintS =
  +
;US Version
  +
Let's concentrate on each color one at a time, imagining that the rows are numbered left to right and the columns top to bottom.
  +
 
Place a white-wine bottle in row 3, column 2. Now, place another in row 2, column 4.
 
Place a white-wine bottle in row 3, column 2. Now, place another in row 2, column 4.
{{P}}
 
Place a red-wine bottle in row 4, column 2. Now, place another in row 3, column 4.}}
 
   
==Solution==
+
Place a red-wine bottle in row 4, column 2. Now, place another in row 3, column 4.
===Correct===
+
;UK Version
Well done!
+
Let's concentrate on each type one at a time, imagining that the columns are numbered left to right and the rows, top to bottom.
  +
  +
Place a white wine bottle in row 2 column 4 and another in row 3 column 2.
  +
  +
Place a red wine bottle in row 3 column 4 and another in row 4 column 2.
  +
|incorrect =
  +
;US Version
  +
Too bad!
  +
  +
Perhaps you should check the rules again.
  +
;UK Version
  +
Bad luck!
  +
  +
Perhaps you should peruse the rules again.
  +
|correct = Well done!
   
 
The bottles may be placed as shown in the two diagrams.
 
The bottles may be placed as shown in the two diagrams.
Line 32: Line 35:
 
Who would have thought that storing wine was so complicated?
 
Who would have thought that storing wine was so complicated?
   
<div align="center">[[Image:LS089S.png]]</div>
+
<div style="text-align:center;">[[Image:LS089S.png]]</div>
+
|jpname =
{{PuzzleIndex4}}
+
|dename = Der Weinkeller
{{DEFAULTSORT:{{PAGENAME}}}}
+
|esname =
  +
|frname =
  +
|itname =
  +
|nlname =
  +
|korname =
  +
}}
  +
[[de:Der Weinkeller]]

Latest revision as of 17:58, July 27, 2019

Proper Storage (Wine Wise in the UK version) is a puzzle in Professor Layton and the Last Specter.

Puzzle

In order to store this fine wine in an appropriate manner, the following rules must be observed:

US Version
  1. White wine should always be stored so that there is only one bottle on any horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line.
  2. Red wine should also be stored so that there is only one bottle on the same horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line.
  3. The two bottles already in the crate cannot be moved.

Can you figure out a way to store it?

UK Version
  1. White wine should always be stored so that there is only one bottle on any horizontal, vertical or diagonal line.
  2. Red wine should also be stored so that there is only one bottle on the same horizontal, vertical or diagonal line.
  3. The two bottles already in the crate cannot be moved.

Can you work out a way to store them?

Hints




Click a Tab to reveal the Hint.

US Version

You can solve this puzzle in two ways, but whichever way you do it, it's easier to figure out using the Memo function.

Start from either of the two immovable bottles, and draw lines to show where the other bottles cannot be placed.

UK Version

You can solve this puzzle in two ways, but whichever way you do it, it'll be easier to work out if you use the Memo Function.

Start from either of the two immovable bottles and draw lines to show where the other bottles cannot be placed.

US Version

If you try to put both of the red- and white-wine bottles in at the same time, you will just confuse yourself. Figure out all of the one type before going on to the next.

UK Version

If you try to put both of the red and white wine bottles in at the same time, you will just confuse yourself. Work out all of one type before going on to the next.

US Version

To solve this puzzle, you need to make sure there is a red- and white-wine bottle on each horizontal and vertical line.

UK Version

To solve this puzzle, you need to make sure there is a red and white wine bottle on each horizontal and vertical line.

US Version

Let's concentrate on each color one at a time, imagining that the rows are numbered left to right and the columns top to bottom.

Place a white-wine bottle in row 3, column 2. Now, place another in row 2, column 4.

Place a red-wine bottle in row 4, column 2. Now, place another in row 3, column 4.

UK Version

Let's concentrate on each type one at a time, imagining that the columns are numbered left to right and the rows, top to bottom.

Place a white wine bottle in row 2 column 4 and another in row 3 column 2.

Place a red wine bottle in row 3 column 4 and another in row 4 column 2.


Solution

Incorrect

US Version

Too bad!

Perhaps you should check the rules again.

UK Version

Bad luck!

Perhaps you should peruse the rules again.

Correct

Well done!

The bottles may be placed as shown in the two diagrams.

Who would have thought that storing wine was so complicated?

LS089S

A big thanks to http://professorlayton4walkthrough.blogspot.com

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.