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IGN: Professor Layton and the Curious Village Hands-on

For those that miss the point-and-click genre from the days of the PC, you'll find a lot to like in this Nintendo DS game. The game focused both on exploration as well as puzzle solving, though – at least in the early part of the game – many of the puzzles are more detached from the adventure than incorporated into their environments. What IGN means is, in these early puzzles, you're not running around finding different pieces to a puzzle and trying to use these items in some fashion to move on in the adventure. Instead, you're given brain teasing challenges that revolve around a certain object that you find.

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