Getting Started With The First Five Puzzles
Using the Nintendo DS Wi-Fi Connection, you can download extra Professor Layton and the Unwound Future "weekly puzzles" through the game's "Bonuses" section. Starting with the game's release in September 2010, they've added one more puzzle every week until the 33rd and final puzzle was released on May 1st, 2011. For those of you that have been missing solving puzzles since finishing the game, they're a great addition, and in case you get stuck on any, what follows is a complete guide to all 33 of them. Read on for the solutions:
Weekly Puzzle #1 - Ten Cent Increments:
Goal: Determine the four stamps that can be combined in different groupings to create all of the ten cent increments from 10¢ up to the highest possible value.
Solution: The 10, 20, 40, and 80 cent stamps are the four that can be combined to solve this puzzle.
Weekly Puzzle #2 - Sporting Goods:
Goal: Determine which of the pieces of sports equipment the athlete in the puzzle would be unable to perform their best with.
Solution: All of the items shown can be used identically by left and right-handed people, with the exception of the golf club. The only one that could affect the athlete would be the golf club. Check its box to solve the puzzle.
Weekly Puzzle #3 - A Dicey Treasure Map:
Goal: Use the dice provided to indicate the location of the treasure at the far left of the squares shown.
Solution: The dice can be rotated. Rotate the 3 dice showing "6" on their face by 90 degrees and place them on the far right. In the two squares stacked vertically on each other to the left of those, place one of the dice showing "3" on the face in the top square, and rotate the other "3" 90 degrees before placing it in the bottom square. Finally, place the dice showing "1" in the far left square. This will create an arrow pointing to the space at the far left, where the treasure is hidden.
Weekly Puzzle #4 - Analog Angles:
Goal: Choose the time, of the 3 choices provided, that forms the largest angle between the two hands of an analog clock.
Solution: Keep in mind that the puzzle doesn't specify that you're looking for the largest inner angle; it simply says the largest angle. The solution is (B) 2:20, the time that creates the smallest inner angle, because its outer angle is the largest overall angle created by any of the choices.
Weekly Puzzle #5 - Carbo-Load:
Goal: On the chart provided, use the symbols given to mark the different types of bread eaten for every meal over the course of a week.
Solution: The first row of the chart, the morning, should read as follows from left to right: X, circle, X, circle, X, circle, X. The midday row should read: square, X, square, X, square, X, square. Finally, from left to right, the final row for night-time should read X, triangle, X, triangle, X, circle, X.