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Tricky Tilework is a puzzle in Professor Layton and the Unwound Future.

Puzzle

US Version

You've been hired to adorn a wall with decorative colored tiles. There are three each of the red, yellow, green, the orange tiles, and four blue ones.

The first of each color tile has already been placed for you. All you need to do is decide where to put the rest.

Oh, and one more thing: no two tiles of the same color can be in the same row horizontally, vertically, and diagonally.

Nothing to it, right? Good luck!

UK Version

You've been hired to adorn a wall with decorative coloured tiles. There are three each of the red, yellow, green and orange tiles, and four blue ones. The first tile of each colour has already been placed for you. All you need to do is decide where to put the rest.

Oh, and one more thing: no two tiles of the same colour can be in the same horizontal, vertical or diagonal line as each other.

Nothing to it, right? Good luck!

Hints




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US Version

There's only one layout that will work. In fact, it does have a certain pattern.

UK Version

There's only one layout that will work, and it does have a certain pattern to it.

The top-right tile is green.

The one to the left of it is orange.

The bottom-left tile is red.

The one above it is blue.

US Version

One of the remaining blue tiles goes one square to the right of the top-left corner. The other leftover blue tile goes one square to the left of the bottom-right corner.

With all the blue tiles out of the way, the rest shouldn't be too difficult.

UK Version

One of the remaining blue tiles goes in the second square from the left on the top row. The other one goes in the third square from the left on the bottom row.

With all the blue tiles out of the way, the rest shouldn't be too difficult.


Solution

Incorrect

Too bad!

US Version

Are you sure you followed the rule?

UK Version

Are you sure that you followed the rule?

Correct

US Version

Color you correct!

That's the only pattern that will work.

UK Version

Well tile be!

That's the only pattern that will work.

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