Question about Nintendo Professor Layton & the Curious Village Games for DS

Puzzle 46 is wrong?

I can only count 10 triangles on puzzle 46 but the game claims there are 12. It says there are:-
5 X small triangles on the star
5 x big triangles in the star (no there isn't! There are only 3!!!!)
1 on the roof of the house
1 on the chimney
Or am I being thick?

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• nortchurchsk Dec 29, 2008

I still cannot see 5 inner triangles. I am convinced there is only 10 total

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If you turn your ds around a few times you will soon see that man y other triangles will appear
so this tells us that in actul fact there is 12

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I thought there were only 3 big ones in the star too, but there are actually 5, one for point of the inner pentagon. try looking again.!

Posted on Dec 28, 2008

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