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A Roll of the Die is a puzzle in Professor Layton and the Unwound Future.

Puzzle

US Version

A special die has been made according to the layout shown at the top-right corner. This die will roll one side at a time along the path of white squares, leaving behind a stamp of each image that touches down. Starting off as shown below, the die will roll onto the first square and stamp it with an upside-down heart.

Which image will the die stamp on the final square marked with a question mark? Slide one of the three shapes onto the ?. Rotate a shape by grabbing its corner and sliding it in a circle.

UK Version

A special die has been made using the layout shown in the top-right corner. This die will roll, one side at a time, along the path of white squares, with each side stamping its image onto the squares. Starting off as shown below, the die will roll onto the first square and stamp it with an upside-down heart.

Which image will the die stamp on the final square, the one that's marked with a question mark? Slide one of the three shapes onto this square and be sure to rotate it if necessary.

Hints




Click a Tab to reveal the Hint.

Take another look at the die's layout at the top-right corner. Did you notice at the top-right corner. Did you notice there are red hearts on opposite sides?

The green circle and the blue diamond look the same no matter which direction they're facing. It's the direction of the red heart that you need to pay close attention to.

The second roll of the die will stamp a blue diamond, and the front and back of the die will show two hearts, facing in opposite directions.

As the die then moves along the path to the right, the diamond and circle will alternate on the bottom, and the heart will rotate as the die rolls.

Picture this in your mind, and see if you can figure out what happens next.

The correct shape is the red heart.

But that's not all there is to it. Think about which direction it will face. It won't be right-side up.


Solution

Correct

Rock 'n' roll!

US Version

The tricky part is getting the right shape to face the right direction.

UK Version

The tricky part is making sure the shape faces the right direction.

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