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Pumpkin Spinners is a puzzle in Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask. The puzzle must be solved in order to progress the story.

## Puzzle

US Version

Here's a popular ride found at fairgrounds everywhere--the spinning teacups! Well... something like that, at least. Aren't those pumpkins?!

Anyway, of these five spinning cups, one is not like all the others. Can you find the odd one out?

UK Version

Here's a popular ride found at fairgrounds everywhere - the spinning teacups! Well... something like that, at least. Aren't those pumpkins?!

Anyway, of these five spinning cups, one is not like all the others. Can you find the odd one out?

## Hints

Click a Tab to reveal the Hint.

The creepy faces on the outside of the cups don't have anything in common.

You'll have to look somewhere else to find the difference.

US Version

There are orange, blue, and white cups, so there's no real pattern there.

Try looking for something that most of the cups have in common.

UK Version

There are orange, blue and white cups, so there's no real pattern there.

Try looking for something that most of the cups have in common.

US Version

Did you notice that the seats inside the cups are different colors?

With a closer look at this, you might even find the odd one out.

UK Version

Did you notice that the seats inside the cups are different colours?

With a closer look at this, you might even find the odd one out.

Is the spinning a bit too much for you?

```Well, here's a little tip: use the Memo Function to freeze time itself!
```

## Solution

### Incorrect

It'd be so much easier if they weren't all spinning!

### Correct

Fair play!

US Version

The seats are split into colored segments, and every pumpkin except B has the same order of colors.

It's hard to tell with all that spinning, though!

UK Version

The seats are split into coloured segments, and every pumpkin except B has the same order of colours.

It's hard to tell with all that spinning, though!