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Window Boarder (Board the Window in the UK version) is a puzzle in Professor Layton and the Last Specter.

Puzzle

US Version

You want to board up this broken window, but much to your dismay the only pieces of wood you can find have holes in them.

Place the boards over the window so that the broken square part is completely covered and no holes show through.

No boards may extend beyond the square window frame, but you can flip and rotate each piece of wood if necessary.

UK Version

You want to board up this broken window with some wood, but much to your dismay, all you can find are some old offcuts, most of which have holes in them.

Place the boards over the window so that the window is completely covered and no holes show through.

No boards may extend beyond the square window frame, but you can flip and rotate each piece of wood freely.

Hints




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US Version

The three UF011S1 go in the top-left, top-right, and bottom-right corners of the window.

As to which UF011S1 belongs where...you'll have to work that out on your own.

UK Version

The three UF011S1 go in the top-left, top-right and bottom-right corners of the window.

As to which UF011S1 belongs where...you'll have to work that out on your own.

Place the LS086S1 with a hole in its bend in the top-left corner. Don't flip it, just rotate it 180 degrees before placing it down. Position it so that the hole in the board lies over the middle pane in the top row.

US Version

Next, take the remaining LS086S1, rotate it 90 degrees clockwise, and place it so that the hole covers the pane in the bottom-right corner of the window.

UK Version

Next, take the remaining LS086S1, rotate it 90 degrees anticlockwise and place it so that the hole covers the pane in the bottom-right corner of the window.

US Version

Rotate the LS086S2 with one hole 180 degrees and place it in the bottom-left corner. When oriented properly, the hole will be on the top right of the board.

Next, take the LS086S2 with two holes and place it in the top-right corner. There's no need to flip it or rotate it, just put it down as it is. The two holes in the board should lie against the right edge of the window frame.

UK Version

Rotate the LS086S2 with one hole 180 degrees and place it in the bottom-left corner. When oriented properly, the hole will be in the top-right of the board.

Next, take the LS086S2 with two holes and place it in the top-right corner. There's no need to flip it or rotate it, just place it down as it is. The two holes in the board should lie against the right edge of the window frame.

US Version

Place the UF011S1 with no holes on the bottom right, the UF011S1 with one hole on the top right, and the UF011S1 with two holes on the top left.

Once you start trying to position these last few boards so that no holes show through, the rest should fit into place naturally. Now finish the job!

UK Version

Place the UF011S1 with no holes in the bottom-right, the UF011S1 with one hole in the top-right and the UF011S1 with two holes in the top-left.

Once you start trying to position these last few boards so that no holes show through, the rest should fit into place naturally. Now, can you finish the job?


Solution

Correct

Well done!

The window is finally sealed!

US Version

That ought to make things much cozier during those cold winter nights.

UK Version

That ought to make things much cosier during those cold winter nights.

LS086S

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