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Each title features a series of puzzles and mysteries provided by the citizens of locales that the main characters explore.It is not necessary to solve all the puzzles to progress, but some are mandatory, and at certain points in the game a minimum number of puzzles must be solved before the story can continue.For example, in return for solving particular puzzles, characters in Curious Village will award the player with an item of furniture, which then must be placed within a set of apartments to Layton's and Luke's exacting desires; the minigame cannot be completed until all the furniture has been collected.
The player (as Professor Layton, Luke, and other characters) explores their environment in the manner of a point-and-click adventure game, using the touch screen to talk with non-player characters, learn more about the environment, or locate hidden secrets such as "hint coins" that may be used during puzzles.
Another game, initially planned for 3DS and mobile, dubbed Layton 7, was announced in 2013, featuring the Professor as a selectable avatar in a mafia-style social game.
It was again presented at the 2015 Level-5 Vision, but failed to materialise within its release window and has since been removed from the company's website.
game series and multimedia franchise developed by Level-5.
The property consists primarily of seven main video games, a mobile spin-off, an animated theatrical film, and an anime television series, alongside an array of additional titles and media including a crossover game with Capcom's Ace Attorney series.According to Hino, Layton is partly inspired by the character of Phoenix Wright of the Ace Attorney series.