MM031 - Emperor's Throne

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Emperor's Throne
Puzzle Number 031
Puzzle Name Emperor's Throne
Picarats Given 35 Picarats
Type Slide
Location Carnival Arcade
Previous Puzzle MM030 - Big Cake, Little Cake
Next Puzzle MM032 - Target Practice

This is the thirty-first puzzle you'll encounter in Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask. To access this puzzle, you must talk to Collette. In order to solve this puzzle, you must slide the emperor penguin to the center of the board.


[edit] Hints

Hint One
    If you move the emperor first, he'll fall into the sea before he reaches the center.

    First, consider which penguins the emperor will need to bump into to stay on the ice. The first step will be to move the penguin to the far right of the emperor.

Hint Two
    Did you slide that far-right penguin into the emperor?

    Now move the emperor penguin three times, making sure he doesn't fall into the water. He should stop one square to the left of the center square.

Hint Three
    Slide the emperor to the right until he collides with the penguin on the right side, then move him down into another.

    He should now be only inches away from the goal!

Super Hint
    Let's start again from the beginning and make sure not to let any penguins fall off the iceberg. Start by moving the penguin to the far right of the emperor left. Then move the emperor up, right, down, right, down, left, and finally up!

    Voilà! The emperor arrives at his iceberg throne!

[edit] Messages

[edit] When Failed

You cannot fail this puzzle.

[edit] When Completed


Were you able to guide the emperor to the center without losing a single penguin to the sea?

You can solve this puzzle in only five moves. Take another shot if you used more than that!

[edit] Step-By-Step Solution

  • Slide the top left penguin down.
  • Slide the same penguin right.
  • Slide the bottom penguin up.
  • Slide the emperor penguin right.
  • Slide the emperor penguin up.

[edit] Progress

935 Picarats and 111 Hint Coins.

Last edited by Squiggle on 20 August 2015 at 20:28
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