How does anyone solve a mystery without having all the right facts?Rath Darkblade wrote: ↑Sat Jun 06, 2020 3:59 amHmmmm ..... I've read a little bit about LB1:TCB on GOG and wiki etc. - just what the gameplay is like, not what the story is (not in detail, anyhow).
Apparently, it's possible to miss quite vital clues because the game is devised in time-blocks. So if I miss a conversation or a vital clue because there's no time, then later, I'm stuck (or give the wrong conclusions). It sounds very much like LB2 (and the later GK3).
That seems rather unfair. How can I solve a mystery properly, if I don't have the time to get all the facts?
You get what you get and try to deduce from there what may have happened.
Or... you save frequently before entering any room... and restore if you've not explored other rooms to see if entering said room triggers the next block.
You can, with some effort, actually avoid almost every single clue and still have the game move forward.
But honestly, if you're concerned - just save before you go into a room. And you can restore if there's other rooms you check that don't trigger the next event.