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I have definitely solved every puzzle, I looked through the puzzle list, found I was missing 3 so I solved them and the happiness has not even passed the N.I have only 30 pieces of furniture, if that is the max. then why are they not happy. What should I do? Professor Layton and the curious village

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Yes, there are only 30 pieces of furniture

These need to be correctedly allocated to each room in the inn (so that both Layton and Luke are completely happy with their respective rooms)

If you look down the right side of this popular walkthrough, you'll see which item goes in which room
http://professorlaytonwalkthrough.blogspot.com/

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