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# Professor layton puzzel one hundred

I cant do the seven squares on professor layton puzzel 100 can you help me i have been trying for ages i cant solve puzzel # 100 on profesor Layton and the curious village

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Ck here
http://professorlaytonwalkthrough.blogspot.com/2008/02/puzzle100.html

Posted on Jun 03, 2009

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### On professer layton cant figure out were the 7 squares are

Go on youtube and type in: professor Layton and the curious village puzzle 100 and click on professor Layton and the curious village puzzle #100 seven...
and that will show you how to do it.

Jul 17, 2009 | Nintendo Professor Layton & the Curious...

### I need help

The hints give you the location of three of the seven squares and mention that all but one square is at an angle

The hints also give you both the size and angle of two more squares

As an added hint, none of the three small angled squares overlap each other (there's almost no choice on where to put these with this information)

You should now have five squares in place, leaving just two squares to place over eight pins

Remember that each pin can only be used one and that all pins must be used

You can find a picture of the entire solution here if you need it http://professorlaytonwalkthrough.blogspot.com/2008/02/puzzle100.html

Jul 17, 2009 | Nintendo Professor Layton & the Curious...

### I need help with puzzle 100

There are 28 PINS -- Count each PIN starting from left to right on each line. (1 -- 28)
Square ( 1) Join together Pin No's ( 1 -- 2 -- 6 -- 7 )
Square ( 2) Join together Pin No's ( 4 -- 12 -- 21 -- 27 )
Square ( 3) Join " " " ( 5 -- 9 -- 11 -- 15 )
Square ( 4) " " " " ( 3 -- 10 -- 13 -- 19 )
Square ( 5) " " " " ( 8 -- 16 -- 23 -- 28 )
Square ( 6) " " " " (14 -- 18-- 20 -- 25 )
Square ( 7) " " " " (17 -- 22 - 24 -- 26 )

GOOD LUCK.........

Apr 12, 2009 | Nintendo Professor Layton & the Curious...

### Cant make sence of the way that puzzle 100 the seven squares are explaned

A Matthew Reynolds posted the answer to Puzzle 100 seven squares on February 27th. 2009. it must be somewhere in the system.

Mar 04, 2009 | Nintendo Professor Layton & the Curious...

### Re: professor laytons seven squares

Not my brilliance I'm afraid, but found the answer on another website, have copied in below - it does work!

It is very complicated to explain but i'll try as best as I can. 1- First make a small square in the top left corner.(This is the only one that isn't at 45 degrees)

2- Next go to the far bottom left corner and make a small 45 degree (lop sided) square leaving only one peg in the middle.

3- Copy the same thing as you did for the 2nd square but this time in the far top right corner.

4- Use the peg that is in the centre of the square in the bottom left corner(2) and draw a line to the peg on the far right at the very bottom. Then draw a line to the middle peg on the far right. Then draw a line to the peg that is on the 2nd row from the top and 3 columns in from the left. Then complete the square connecting up the other side.

5- Start from the peg that is on the very far right that is free and connect it to the peg that is free at the very bottom. Then connect that to the peg that is free on the far left. Then connect it to the peg at the very top (out of the 2 that are free) on the right. Then complete the square.

6- At the very top start at the free peg and connect it to the free peg on the right that is in the centre of the small 45 degree square. Then connect this to the free peg in the centre of 4 other free pegs. Then connect that to the free peg that is furthest to the left and then complete that square.

7- As there are only 4 pegs left this should be easy to see a small 45 degree square. Hope this helps and didn't confuse you too much.

Nov 24, 2008 | Nintendo Professor Layton & the Curious...

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