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Super Pancakes is a puzzle in Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box.

## Puzzle

US Version

Now here's a tasty puzzle for you. Your task is to take that big stack of pancakes on the left plate and move them to the plate on the far right. In doing so, however, you need to follow these rules:

• You can move only one pancake at a time.
• A pancake can never rest on another pancake smaller than itself.

Feel free to shift things about as much as you like and to use the middle plate in completing the puzzle.

UK Version

Here's a tasty puzzle for you.

Can you move the pile of pancakes from the blue plate on the left to the red plate on the right? Wait, though, it's not as easy as it sounds. You must follow these rules:

• You can only move one pancake at a time.
• You cannot place a pancake on top of another one that is smaller than itself.

You can use the middle plate and move the pancakes as many times as you like.

## Hints

Click a Tab to reveal the Hint.

The method for solving pancake puzzles has been described in many other hints.

US Version

Move the smallest pancake over to the middle plate, then move the next-smallest cake to the right plate. Then stack the smallest cake on top of the one right. Next, take a new, slightly larger pancake from the stack on the left and move it onto the open middle plate. Read more on what to do next in Hint Two.

UK Version

Move the smallest pancake over to the middle plate, then move the next smallest pancake to the red plate. Next, stack the smallest pancake on top of the one on the right. Now take a new, slightly larger pancake from the stack on the left and move it onto the open middle plate. Read more on what to do next in Hint 2.

US Version

From where Hint One left off, put the smallest pancake on the pancake sitting on the middle plate. Then move the pancake on the right plate over to the stack on the left. Bring the smallest pancake you have over to sit on top of the stack of pancakes on the left plate.

You can solve this puzzle by repeating the process outlined in Hints One and Two while introducing bigger and bigger pancakes, but it's not very efficient.

UK Version

From where Hint 1 left off, put the smallest pancake on the pancake sitting on the middle plate. Next, move the pancake on the red plate over to the stack on the left. Now bring the smallest pancake on the left plate.

You can solve this puzzle by repeating the process outlined in Hints 1 and 2 while introducing bigger and bigger pancakes, but it's not very efficient.

Aim to limit the number of moves you make to keep yourself from getting confused along the way.

## Solution

### Correct

Scrumptious!

US Version

You gave your stylus quite the workout! One well-known solution to this puzzle uses 127 moves. If you haven't already achieved that number, try again and see if you can't beat your personal best.

UK Version

You gave your stylus quite the workout!

A big thanks to http://professorlayton2walkthrough.blogspot.com

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