From the start of the in-game menu, click bonuses and then select your file. After that, select the weekly puzzle icon and configure your Wi-Fi settings (You need a compatible router to do this). After that, just download the puzzle.WORLDWIDEWII said:i never done it before, so how do i connect to N WFC?
Cyan said:Is there a Euro release date yet? I was hoping to get this for my sister's bday, but she's over in Ireland so her DS is European.
Maybe I'll go with a Phoenix Wright game. Or Puzzle Quest.
dude, spoilers!tabsina said:just completed the game (all 135 and the weekly).. i was able to do all but 2 without the internets to help me (chocolate code and royal escape were too much for me to handle), anyone know if something special happens once you finish all the puzzles? i'm assuming not..
final time was around 15hours, can't wait for the weekly puzzles to continue rolling in (hoping they are as challenging as the first one)
PolyGone said:so I just beat Phantom Hourglass and this is my next DS game. How long does it take to beat? (I beat PH in 6 days)
civilstrife said:Bought this for my GF yesterday. Hooooly fuck did we have a good time playing it. Totally shocked by this one. Great for newcomers because the puzzles aren't "videogame" puzzles.
Great fun for two people. It's fun to talk out each problem.
eudaemonic said:Just thought I'd mention that on Friday, Nintendo had a Layton truck hanging outside of GDC. The other side of it had a larger TV screen and it was playing the intro movie. They also had chickies wearing those TV vest things and passing out post cards with different characters on them showing off some different puzzles. I thought it was totally rad.
Otherwise, I beat the main portion of the game today but I still have the Layton Challenges to do. I was very happy watching the final cinematics. It just felt good, even if I did get a little pissy with some of the puzzles.
Junior Asparagus said:135/135 with no outside help in 12 hours and 1 minute. Awesome game. There were a few puzzles that were kind of dumb or worded badly, but I can't wait for the sequel.
One that I kind of want to complain about that no one has mentioned yet is"The Sound of Silence". I caught onto it after one or two wrong answers, but to me, a silent letter does not change the sound of a word at all. For example, the "g" in "gnat" is silent. I don't really consider letters "silent" if they change the sound of a word. For example, the "e" in "note" (because without the "e" it's a different word)
Zeitgeister said:Uhm, yeah, that was the point of the puzzle?
silent letters don't change the sound of the word, so note does not contain the 'sound' of silence.
Junior Asparagus said:That's not what the puzzle said.You were supposed to find the word that does not have any silent letters, which was "rest". Off the top of my head, some of the other words that contained "silent" letters were: note, scale, and rhythm. Like I said, the "e" DOES change the sound of "note", therefore, it is not silent. I'm not sure there were any words in the puzzle that had truly silent letters, at least from my perspective.
tabsina said:i don't know.. i always thought thatsilent letters were silent letters if you couldn't hear the sound of that letter in any given word.. whether or not it changes the sound of the word is irrelevant.. so although the 'e' in note changes the pronounciation of the word, the actual letter is still a silent letter given you can't hear it in the word... thats my understanding anyways
duckroll said:Just picked this up today. Holy shit the localization is SOLID. Very,very happy with it. ^_^
nli10 said:If you are England English the accent of Luke is all over the place! Are you cockney or are you posh? DECIDE LUKE, DECIDE AND STICK TO IT!!!