Professor Layton receives a letter asking for help from Luke. The strange thing is that this letter is from 10 years in the future, and the Luke in question is not Professor Layton's young apprentice, but rather his older self. According to the future Luke, the London of the future has been brought to the brink of ruin by Professor Layton's future self, who is the head of the largest crime syndicate in town. It seems the only man who can save London and stop the evil Professor Layton of the future is Professor Layton himself.
Professor Layton and the Unwound Future is a unique puzzle adventure for Nintendo DS and DSi in which the player reveals the game's story and unravels its mystery little by little with each puzzle successfully solved. The third US release in the popular Professor Layton game franchise, Unwound Future contains the same addictive gameplay, hand-painted art style graphics and invocative music as its two predecessors, making it a must-have title for both new puzzle players and longtime fans of the series. Additional features include: 165 built-in puzzles, easy to use hint and game save systems and additional puzzles available for download on a weekly basis for a limited time following game launch.
Professor Layton and the Unwound Future places the professor and his trusted apprentice Luke at the center of a spellbinding adventure after they receive a strange letter – sent by Luke 10 years in the future. According to this message something is askew in the days to come. The London of the future is in chaos and disarray, and according to Luke, the only person who can help set things right is Professor Layton.
Like all games in the Professor Layton series Professor Layton and the Unwound Future is a single player puzzle adventure. Puzzles are essentially brainteasers touching on a large variety of puzzle types, including spatial orientation, logic, riddles and many more. The game's story reveals itself as the player successfully solves a minimum number of puzzles that she/he faces using the DS stylus to move throughout the game's hand-drawn style game environments. Success at puzzle solving earns the player in-game coins. A certain number of coins can also found by simply exploring the game environment. Players are given multiple chances to solve puzzles and when stuck can choose to spend coins in order to buy hints. The game keeps track of puzzles found, puzzles solved, the player's score and playing time, and features easy-to-use save functionality, a journal for note keeping and an area to save items found for later use. In addition to the game's 165 built-in puzzles, additional puzzles will be available for download on a weekly basis for a limited time after game launch.
165 brain-teasing puzzles.
In-game hint system.
Additional downloadable puzzles.
Good game, priced well. Used game but it works well. I'm sure my niece will love this one as she's a Professor Layton mysteries fan. Thank you usedsalesca.Published 1 month ago by Bulaga26
Diabolical Box was my first P.L. game. Even though the Unwound Future story is, of course, very different the basic premise is the same ; follow the story, solve a puzzle etc. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Raymond Middleton
I got europe version and I don't know why but it works so no complains! :)Published 11 months ago by Xavier Millette
Purchased for the kids, they like it and spend hours playing and solving the puzzles. I would definitely buy more in the series.Published 19 months ago by Stephanie Riley
Love this series I have most of the collection. Would highly recommend to any one who love a good puzzle game with a mix of thrill and mystery to the story.Published 22 months ago by paul yan
I am a rabid Layton Fan. This game is, once again, perfection. The puzzles are not too hard, a few just hard enough to keep me guessing a bit longer than I care to admit!Published on June 2 2013 by Loo
I bought this game for my niece (she has the previous 2) for her birthday and both she and I loved solving puzzles together along with the storyline. Read morePublished on March 12 2013 by Png
This was a really fun game, and the story had its twists just like the previous games but more! The graphics and cut scenes were superb as expected and the puzzles were a good mix... Read morePublished on Feb. 5 2011 by Anne W Ma
A great continuation of the previous two games! The puzzles are not so hard as to make you rip your hair out in frustration, and the adition of colors to the sketching page was a... Read morePublished on Feb. 1 2011 by wbicepuppy