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Professor Layton & the Curious Village Videos and Trailers - DS

  • Publisher: Nintendo
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  • Release Date:Feb 11, 2008
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:E - Everyone (Mild Violence)
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Game Description:Who knows what mysteries this village holds? The Curious Village is home to over 130 puzzles that you'll try and solve with help from the sharp-minded Professor Layton. Weave your way through mazes, solve riddles, decipher riddles, and unravel logic problems using the DS touch screen and stylus. And with new puzzles available for download each week, the Village is a place you can call home for a while! A story surrounding the brainteasers unfolds with fully voiced animated scenes that bring the Village to life. With plenty of quirky characters to meet and a hand-drawn artistic style, you'll find plenty of small-town charm to enjoy.
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