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# There is 28 pins and i have to make seven squares out it but i can only used each pins once.

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This continues to be the most commonly asked about Curious Village puzzle on FixYa (a quick search finds several pages of answers for this question)

As the hints state, all but one square is tilted and each pin can only be used once

The hints also give you the location of three squares and tell you the size and angle of another two squares

As an extra hint, none of the three small tilted squares mentioned in the hints overlap each other (knowing this gives you the location of one more square and just two possible locations for another)

From here, the rest should be easy (with eight pins to form two squares)

Make sure to use all the pins (all squares must have a pin in each corner)

A picture of the solution can be seen here if you need it
http://professorlaytonwalkthrough.blogspot.com/2008/02/puzzle100.html

Posted on Sep 18, 2010

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### The seven squares puzzle in the curious village

This continues to be the most commonly asked about Curious Village puzzle on FixYa (a quick search reveals several pages of solutions for this question and two of the last six questions have asked this)

As the hints state, all but one square is tilted and each pin can only be used once

The hints also give you the location of three squares and tell you the size and angle of another two squares

As an extra hint, none of the three small tilted squares mentioned in the hints overlap each other (knowing this gives you the location of one more square and just two possible locations for another)

From here, the rest should be easy (with eight pins to form two squares)

Make sure to use all the pins (all squares must have a pin in each corner)

A picture of the solution can be seen here if you need it
http://professorlaytonwalkthrough.blogspot.com/2008/02/puzzle100.html

Nov 07, 2010 | Nintendo Professor Layton & the Curious...

### Professor leyton and the curious village, puzzle 100, we keep making various patterns of seven squares but it keeps telling us it is incorrect, does anybody know the solution please,

This continues to be the most commonly asked about Curious Village puzzle on FixYa (the quick search would've quickly found the answer)

As the hints state, all but one square is tilted and each pin can only be used once

The hints also give you the location of three squares and tell you the size and angle of another two squares

As an extra hint, none of the three small tilted squares mentioned in the hints overlap each other (knowing this gives you the location of one more square and just two possible locations for another)

From here, the rest should be easy (with eight pins to form two squares)
Make sure to use all the pins (all squares must have a pin in each corner)

A picture of the solution can be seen here if you need it
http://professorlaytonwalkthrough.blogspot.com/2008/02/puzzle100.html

May 20, 2010 | Nintendo Professor Layton & the Curious...

### Help with Curious Village game on Nintendo DS

Hi Gill

For square 1, use pins 1 and 2 from row 1, and pins 1 and 2 from row 2.

Square 2 uses pin 1 from row 4, pins 1 and 3 from row 5 and pin 1 from row 6.

Square 3 has pin 3 from row 3, pins 2 and 4 from row 4 and pin 4 from row 5.

Square 4 is formed with pin 5 from row 1, pins 4 and 6 from row 2 and pin 4 in row 3.

Square 5 involves pin 3 from row 1, pin 5 in row 2, pin 2 in row 3 and pin 3 in row 4.

Square 6 has pin 3 in row 2, pin 5 in row 3, pin 2 in row 5 and pin 3 in row 6.

Square 7 uses pin 4 in row 1, pin 1 in row 3, pin 5 from row 4 and pin 2 in row 6.

Hope this helps and good luck!

Scott

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### Please please help, the game Professor Layton and the Curious Village, been on it now for a week, the game seven squares Nintendo dsi

This continues to be the most commonly asked about Curious Village puzzle (a quick search on FixYa reveals several pages of answers to this)

As the hints state, all but one square is tilted and each pin can only be used once

The hints also give you the location of three squares and tell you the size and angle of another two squares

As an extra hint, none of the three small tilted squares mentioned in the hints overlap each other (knowing this gives you the location of one more square and just two possible locations for another)

From here, the rest should be easy (with eight pins to form two squares)

Make sure to use all the pins (all squares must have a pin in each corner)

A picture of the solution can be seen here if you need it
http://professorlaytonwalkthrough.blogspot.com/2008/02/puzzle100.html

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### SEVEN SQUARES ON A PIN BOARD I CANT GET IT

Hi there,here is you answer,enjoy
There are 6 lines of pins
On each line they are in different positions
So for this occasion we are gonna number these from 1-28,from left to right then from top to bottom
We will give each square a colour and a number
1*Large blue square join the 4 corners at pins 8 to 16 to 23 to 28
2*Large yellow square join at pins 4 to 12 to 21 to 27
3*Small red square join at pins 17 to 22 to 24 to 26
4*Small brown square join at pins 14 to 18 to 20 to 25
5*Small light blue square join at pins 5 to 9 to 11 to 15
6*Small white square join at pins 1 to 2 to 6 to 7
7*Medium white square join at pins 3 to 10 to 13 to 18

Hope this helps its the easiest way i think i can describe it
JonnieC

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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 really 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

Jun 11, 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...

### How to solve no 100: seven squares

There are 28 PINS. Count each PIN starting from left to right on each line. (1 to 28 )

Square 1-- Join together PIN No's ( 1 -- 2 -- 6 -- 7 )

Square 2 -- Join " " " " ( 4 -- 12 -- 21 -- 27 )

Square 3 -- Join " " " " ( 5 -- 9 -- 11 -- 15 )

Square 4 -- Join " " " " (3 -- 10 -- 13 -- 19 )

Square 5 -- Join " " " " (8 -- 16 -- 23 -- 28 )

Square 6 -- Join " " " " (14 --18 - 20 -- 25 )

Square 7 -- Join " " " " (17 -- 22 - 24 - 26 )

Hope you can complete this Puzzle now ----------- GOOD LUCK

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