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Three Blocks is a puzzle in Professor Layton and the Last Specter.

Puzzle

US Version

Three assembled building-block toys were arranged on a table, until a particularly mischievous cat knocked every one of them onto the floor.

All the pieces are mixed up now, but you know that each piece from A to C fits together with one of the pieces labeled D to F.

Can you work out which pieces fit together? Draw a line between each pair of pieces that fit together to form a building block.

UK Version

Three assembled building block toys were arranged on a table, until a particularly mischievous cat knocked every one of them onto the floor.

All the pieces are mixed up now, but you know each piece from A to C fits together with one of the pieces labelled D to F.

Can you work out which pieces fit together? Draw a line between each pair of pieces that fit together to form a building block.

Hints




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US Version

Rather than trying to figure them all out at once, find the simplest one and try to find its match.

After that, you won't have so many choices to choose from.

UK Version

Rather than trying to work them all out at once, find the simplest one and look for its pair.

Once you've matched two pieces, you'll have fewer to choose from.

US Version

Piece A is pretty straightforward.

Look at D, E and F carefully, and figure out which one fits together with A.

After that you'll only have four pieces left to worry about.

UK Version

Piece A is an easy one to tackle.

Find the opposing piece that will fit with it. After that you'll have fewer options to worry about.

US Version

The piece that fits together with A should have two cubes and one cuboid.

Take another close look at D, E, and F, and find the piece that matches this description.

UK Version

The piece that fits with A should have two cubes and one cuboid. Have another look for a piece that matches this description.

Piece A fits together with piece E.

US Version

Now that you've figured out how to put one of the blocks back together, the other two shouldn't be too hard.

You can do it!

UK Version

No that you've put together one of the blocks, the other two should be less tricky.

It's up to you now!


Solution

Incorrect

US Version

Too bad!

Try visualizing how the pieces look from different angles.

UK Version

Too bad.

Try imagining how the pieces look from different angles.

Correct

US Version

Correct!

A fits together with E, B with F, and C with D.

UK Version

Blockbuster!

Piece A fits together with piece E, piece B with piece F, and piece C with piece D. That gives you your three building block toys.

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