MM100 - Gate to the Ruins!

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Gate to the Ruins!
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Puzzle Number 100
Puzzle Name (US)Gate to the Ruins!
(UK)The Last Door
Picarats Given 50 Picarats
Type Arrange
Location Ruins B8
Previous Puzzle MM099 - Ancient Artistry 2
Next Puzzle MM101 - Wonky Wiring

This is the one hundredth puzzle you'll encounter in Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask. You will access this puzzle automatically once you enter the eighth floor of the Akbadain Ruins and watch the cutscene. In order to solve this puzzle, you must place the correct blocks into each slot to open the door.

Contents

[edit] Hints

Hint One
    The nine blocks each have some kind of ancient glyph on them, but there doens't appear to be any direct correlation between the glyphs and the symbols in the slots.

    If the glyphs on the blocks don't mean anything, then what could the code on the door represent?

Hint Two
    You can place the block in the center of the door into the middle slot.

    Do you understand why this block goes into that slot?

Hint Three
    The bottom-right block goes into the leftmost slot.

    The symbol in that slot bears a kind of resemblance to where you got the block from, doesn't it?

Super Hint
    Each symbol represents how each block is framed by the surrounding blocks.

    The blocks surrounding the top-left block form the symbol in the rightmost slot. Those surrounding the top-right block make the symbol in the second slot from the right.

    Now which block does the remaining symbol indicate?


[edit] Messages

[edit] When Failed

You cannot fail this puzzle.

[edit] When Completed

Correct.

The symbols show you which block to use in each slot based on the way each block is framed by the others.

Aren't you just itching to see what's beyond that door?

[edit] Solution

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Place the blocks as shown.

[edit] Progress

3515 Picarats and 211 Hint Coins.



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