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Sign Flipper (Sign Switching in the UK version) is a puzzle in Professor Layton and the Last Specter.

## Puzzle

US Version

This café's sign has been turned around. The sign is made up of nine panels.

When one panel is turned over, the adjacent panels turn over with it.

Touch the panels to turn them all around and display the sign correctly!

UK Version

This café's signboard has been turned around. The sign is made up of nine panels. When you turn over a panel, some of the surrounding panels will also turn over.

Touch the panels to turn them all around to the correct position.

## Hints

Click a Tab to reveal the Hint.

US Version

Turning over the four corner panels has a slightly different effect than turning the others.

Bear this in mind when trying to solve the puzzle.

UK Version

Turning over the four corner panels has a slightly different effect to turning the others.

Bear this in mind when trying to solve the puzzle.

US Version

Start by turning over the center panel.

You don't have to use a specific order, but it's possible to complete this puzzle in five moves.

UK Version

Start by turning over the centre panel.

You don't have to use a specific order, but you should be able to complete this puzzle in five moves.

US Version

Continuing from Hint 2, touch the top-right panel. Don't worry about the orientation of the other panels.

Now touch the top-left panel. Do you get the idea?

UK Version

Continuing from Hint 2, touch the top-right panel. Don't worry about the orientation of the other panels.

Now touch the top-left panel. Do you get the idea now?

Continuing from Hint 3, touch the bottom-left panel.

There is only one panel left to touch. It should be clear which it is.

## Solution

### Correct

Correct!

US Version

One possible solution is to touch the panels in the following order: center, top right, top left, bottom left, bottom right.

Just in time for a cup of tea!

UK Version

A possible solution is to touch the panels in the following order: centre, top-right, top-left, bottom-left, bottom-right.

Just in time for a cup of tea!

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

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