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Professor Layton traveling America, giving free stuff


5:20 PM on 09.22.2009
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Nintendo is sending out a Professor Layton lookalike to four major cities across the United States. Why? To give people free stuff! Tomorrow, the Layton will be somewhere in Minneapolis from 11AM to 1PM. If you spot the Layton, approach him and he’ll challenge you into solving some puzzle. Solve it and you could win a copy of the new Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box or a Nintendo DS system.

Layton will also be visiting:

  • Fri., Sept. 25: Miami
  • Tues., Sept. 29: Boston
  • Wed., Sept 30: Seattle

At 10AM on each date Layton is making an appearance, the official Web site will have a clue giving you an idea as to where exactly Layton will be appearing.

If you got the brain teasing solving skills, then go give it a shot. If you don’t, I don’t know, mug him? I mean, don’t. That’s bad.

Don’t do bad things.

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