Humbert is a minor character in Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask. Despite never having much success, he is a gambling addict, and spends all his time and money towards this 'hobby'.
Humbert wears a white long sleeved shirt and blue pants. He also wears light brown shoes, glasses, and has brown hair.
Humbert gives you the following puzzles in Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask:
Chapter 3: The Battle of Monte d'Or
Professor Layton and the group stumble upon Humbert, who is complaining about losing a bet. They ask him if he knew anything about the Masked Gentleman, and theorizes that it's just someone who lost a bet, and wanting to take out his revenge. He gives them the useless info that around the time the Masked Gentleman had shown up, one was able to make serious money off a horse.
Chapter 5: Miracles Unmasked
Humbert complains to Professor Layton and the group that he hadn't left aside any money for his trip home, however he wasn't as bad as another person who had started arguing with the manager after losing a large portion of his money. To Emmy, this sounded like the ruckus at the Scorpion Casino that was mentioned, but Layton still decided to look into it, despite not being related to the Masked Gentleman. Humbert tells them the directions to the casino, and they set off.
Chapter 7: The Reunion Inn
Humbert complains how he had so much debt to pay off, and would be able to pay them off if he won just once. He wasn't sure how horse betting worked, and thought that the higher number the horse had, the better it was. Professor Layton advises he stops with his betting, but he wouldn't listen to him unless he solved his puzzle. Humbert asked why Layton was telling him to stop, and thought he wanted to bet on the same horse. Layton asks if he would prefer a steady income, to which he agrees, but since he was making such a big fuss he had to bet, as if he didn't the horse would win.
"Despite his age, it's difficult to call Humbert a grown-up, given that he's shirked all the responsibilities of adulthood, choosing to spend every bit of his time and money on gambling. Slot machines, horse races, the lot. He's even considered betting his own mother!"