Professor Layton and the Last Specter by Jesse RussellHigh Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Professor Layton and the Last Specter (レイトン教授と魔神の笛, Layton-kyōju to Majin no Fue, literally Professor Layton and the Specters Flute?), known in Europe as Professor Layton and the Spectres Call, is a puzzle adventure video game produced by Level-5 for the Nintendo DS handheld game console. Last Specter is the fourth game in the Professor Layton series, and is a prequel that takes place three years before the first trilogy, detailing how Professor Layton met his apprentice, Luke Triton. The game includes over 170 puzzles.
Professor Layton and the Last Specter/Spectre's Call - Puzzle 110: Jumpin' Marbles
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Professor Layton and the Last Specter - Puzzle 133
You know a game series has crossed right over into the mainstream when you see an advert pop up on prime-time TV, invariably showing some culturally diverse pop combo or celebrity family pretending to play a DS or Wii in their impossibly angular luxury environment. It makes me sick seeing Harry Redknapp working for Nintendo, sick to the pit of my stomach, but it is also quite heartening when you are nodding off through Coronation Street and a game engineered by legendary Japanese indie developer Level-5 pops up on your tube. This is because, despite its unusual art style and, at times, quite dark plot lines, with its winning combo of puzzle solving, quirky storytelling and likeable characters, Professor Layton and his series of touch screen mysteries are mighty popular, and big business. What we have here is the fourth game in the series to have been released on these shores and while the top hat wearing sleuth has not ventured over into 3D yet, this still promises another top drawer mix of oddball goings-on and brain teasing action. How does it measure up to his previous outings? This time around, the Prof ends up in the fictional English town of Misthallery, where locals speak in hushed tones of an ominous spectre in the village, a spectre which attacks townsfolk at night.
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