Professor Layton and Luke take on a new mystery that starts with a letter from the future!
With over 17 million units sold worldwide, Professor Layton and the Unwound Future is the third installment of the popular Professor Layton Series, digitally remastered in HD for mobile devices.
— Traverse Town with a Tap of the Finger! —
Explore the world of Professor Layton anywhere on mobile devices!
Investigate the extraordinary London of the future and sleuth out puzzles with a tap of the finger!
— Now in HD —
Long-time loved puzzles now powered up in gorgeously rendered graphics!
These tricky puzzles, designed by puzzle master Akira Tago, accompany a continuation of Professor Layton’s adventure, along with high-definition backgrounds and animation!
— The Story —
After solving a multitude of curious conundrums, renowned archeologist Professor Layton receives a rather peculiar letter.
The sender of this letter is none other than his assistant Luke...but from 10 years in the future! "Future Luke" has found himself in quite a predicament. The London he knows and loves has been thrown into absolute chaos.
Initially thinking that Luke may have simply been pulling his leg with a harmless jest, the professor cannot help but recall the terrible events that occurred the previous week...
The start of which was an unveiling ceremony of mankind's first time machine, attended by many prominent figures from throughout the nation.
During a demonstration, the time machine went out of control and engulfed the audience in a terrible explosion.
Several of the attendees mysteriously vanished into thin air, including Prime Minister Bill Hawks.
Unable to shake the feeling that the time machine's explosion may somehow be connected, Professor Layton and Luke set off to the location mentioned in the letter, a clock shop on Midland Road in Baldwin, embarking on what might be the biggest mystery they have ever encountered.
• The 3rd installment of the popular Layton Series
• Over 200 brain teasers, riddles, and logic puzzles designed by Akira Tago
• Beautifully remastered in HD for mobile devices
• Engaging mini-games that include a strange picture book, a toy car puzzle, and a package delivering parrot
• Offline play after initial download
• Playable in English, French, and Spanish
• Requires iOS 8.0 or higher (iPhone 4S, iPad 2, iPod Touch 5th Generation or higher)
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Already 100% completed it
It came out 5 days ago and I finished it yesterday after grinding it for 18 hours. Unwound Future already held the spot of one of my favorite games of all time, and I basically sinked time into nothing but this for the past week. The atmosphere of this game is truly incomparable and you won’t find it anywhere else. The plot is deeply impactful, and to my knowledge there are no loose ends. Every story beat, every interaction, it has a purpose, and you become ingrained in the wonderful world they present you. The puzzles all vary in difficulty, and because not all are necessary to complete the game, anyone who finds them difficult is able to simply move on to those that work for them. The art and style are unique as well, and all the landscapes and puzzles have unique painting-esque portraits to match. the player is able to play the game as they wish, and it all works perfectly. I could never give this game anything other than five stars. It’s marvelous in every way.
And to Level-5, if you’re reading this, there’s nothing I want more than to see my favorite game franchise make its way to mobile in its entirety. Keep up the good work out there.
This is such a blast from the past
I just got this on my iPad and man is it great seeing the game in HD instead of the tiny pixilated DS screen. It’s been over a decade since I played this + I haven’t played any of the IOS rerelease before this so it feels very new! Thank you so much for completing the trilogy of my favorite childhood game!
( Still think you sould port these 3 games to the switch, I’m sure it would be a similar experience to a iPad mini)
Portrait mode? Also crashes on iPad and iPhone during data transfer.
I have a 12 1/2 inch iPad Pro. It’s large and heavy. Why do developers continue to create iPad games in portrait mode in 2020? It looks like a great game and I will update my review if it turns out to be workable, but that is my first impression.
OK, one hour later and I promised I would update my review. This is obviously an iPhone game, not an iPad game. Despite the $14 price tag.
I spent 30 minutes trying to transfer the data to my iPhone. It’s not based on iCloud or Facebook, but a login for the developer on their website. Once that was cleared, I went to the iPhone to download the same game data.
Turns out I had to go back and link the devices. Did that. Tried again. Turns out I had to go back to the iPad and upload the game data. Tried that twice, crashed both times mid-upload. Tried a third time, got it done. Went to the iPhone, tried to download the saved data, it crashed. Tried again and it worked. Now I’m over it and I’m going to delete it.
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