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Which Doll? (The Same Doll? in the UK version) is a puzzle in Professor Layton and the Last Specter. The puzzle must be solved in order to progress the story.

Puzzle

US Version

It may not look like it at first, but one of the dolls, marked A, B, or C, is identical to the doll on the far left.

Which of the three dolls could be an exact match for the fourth doll?

UK Version

There are four dolls here. It may not look like it at first, but one of these dolls, marked A, B and C, is identical to the doll on the far-left.

Which of the three dolls matches the doll on the far-left?

Hints




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US Version

The dolls may all look different, but the word "identical" may be a little tricky here...

Pay close attention to what the dolls are wearing.

UK Version

The dolls may all look different, but the word "identical" is accurate here.

Pay close attention to what the dolls are wearing.

Have you tried comparing the dolls from different angles?

Think about how you might examine the dolls if you were holding them.

US Version

The faces and hats of the dolls don't have much to do with solving the puzzle.

Pay attention to the colors of the clothing, the arms, and the legs.

UK Version

The faces and hats of the dolls don't have much to do with solving the puzzle. What you should be paying attention to are the colours of the clothing and of the arms and legs.

US Version

Look at the colors of the socks and the gloves, as well as the color of the fringe on the bottom of the skirts.

This should help you pick out the right doll.

UK Version

Look at the colours of the socks and gloves, as well as the colour of the fringe on the bottom of the skirts to help pick out the right doll.


Solution

Incorrect

US Version

Too bad!

Think of all the possibilities it could be.

UK Version

Too bad.

Think of all the possibilities it could be.

Correct

Correct. It is doll C.

US Version

This doll is reversible. When you flip it over, the skirt falls to expose another torso and face. Then the arms are seen as the legs, and vice versa.

You simply had to look for a doll with the same-colored skirt fringe as the doll on the left, but with opposite-colored arms and legs.

UK Version

This doll is reversible. When you flip it over, the skirt falls to expose another torso and face. Then the arms are seen as the legs and vice versa. You simply had to look for a doll with the same colour skirt fringe as the doll on the left but with opposite-coloured arms and legs.

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