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Star in the sky

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  • chriskentoye Mar 04, 2009

    Sorry,Are you talking about puzzle 46, Star in the sky?Because the question is how many stars are in the picture

  • chriskentoye Mar 05, 2009

    Thanks for that!!

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The trick is that the Earth is the fifth point of the star. Try tapping on/around the pine tree towards the bottom of the screen, and drawing an upside-down star, you should be able to use that plus the four large stars to solve the puzzle.

Hope this helps,

-Nick F.

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    Nick Fraker Mar 04, 2009

    Ah, I've found the problem - The UK and US editions of the game came with different puzzles.

    I posted the solution for puzzle 46 of the US edition, named "The Biggest Star"

    The answer to the UK edition's puzzle 46 is 12 - 10 in the star, plus 2 for the roof and chimney in the picture.

    Sorry for the confusion,

    -Nick F.

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The aswer to star in the sky is 12

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