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Slippery Trip 2 is a puzzle in Professor Layton and the Unwound Future.

Puzzle

US Version

Make your way from the start to the goal, but be wary of banana peels. Whenever you step on one, you'll slide without stopping until you hit a wall!

Can you find a way through these slippery streets?

Tap the red arrows to move.

UK Version

Make your way from the start to the goal, but be wary of banana skins. Whenever you step on one, you'll slide without stopping until you hit a wall!

Can you find a solid route through these slippery streets?

Touch a red arrow to move in that direction.

Hints




Click a Tab to reveal the Hint.

US Version

If you slide off the screen, you'll just start over at the beginning. So, be careful out there!

UK Version

If you leave the course, you'll go back to the start.

It's easy to slide out of it by mistake, so be careful out there.

US Version

The first move is to simply go straight until you step on a peel and slide into the left-hand wall.

UK Version

The first move you have to make is to go straight!

Keep sliding until you hit the wall!

US Version

Once you've hit the left-hand wall, go back to the right a little way and turn right at the first intersection. You'll step on another peel and slide again, but that's part of the plan.

UK Version

Once you've hit the wall, go back a little bit. Turn at the first junction you reach. You'll slide again, but that's okay.

US Version

Once you've hit the bottom wall, relax for a moment and look around. You can walk to the goal from here!

Just don't slip on any more peels!

UK Version

When you hit the wall, just remain calm. Take a good look at the course. You can walk to the goal from where you are.


Solution

Correct

US Version

Slick!

Sweet and delicious, most people are used to eating the common and most popular Cavendish bananas raw right after peeling them. However, in the tropics where most of the world's bananas are produced, there are many less-sweet varieties that are often used in cooking.

UK Version

Bananza!

Sweet and delicious, most people are used to eating the common Cavendish bananas raw, straight after peeling them. In the tropics, however, where most of the world's bananas are produced, there are many less-sweet varieties that are often used in cooking.

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A big thanks to http://professorlayton3walkthrough.blogspot.com

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