Neelo wrote: »
On the Hot Hawks puzzle, the first hint is "You don't have to use every bird", but that's a RULE, not a hint
Am I the only one who laughed when I heard the monkey sound that plays while the TTG logo is being shown when you launch the game?
DaVince wrote: »
That was a cool game. I really want to know what's up with the gnomes, though! After the game ended, I just wanted to solve that last mystery, but I'm sure the game won't let you - it's ended... right?
Jake wrote: »
That's because there is nothing in the game that the "higher quality" settings in Sam & Max/TOMI/W&G use. There's no depth of field, glowing lights, shadows, etc. This game runs at around the equivalent of quality 1-4 on those other game's sliders.
Your best bet to improve performance is to lower your screen resolution in graphics settings!
Hayden wrote: »
But half of what actually makes them scary is the mystery behind them. Take away the mystery and they're just your regular garden gnomes... with evil powers... and supernatural abilities... and evil, murderous behaviour.
Jake wrote: »
I'm surprised the game runs so slowly for you! The amount of content being drawn on screen at any time is pretty low, compared to even Sam & Max season 2 (which didn't have a "Quality" slider, really, either).
Is it the whole game that is slow, or just in puzzles?
freakazoid wrote: »
the whole game, from menu screen to first puzzle. The sound lags a bit because of this also.
der_ketzer wrote: »
Yep. Same for me. Cutscenes in the game are extremely choppy too (sound effects and bits of music are looping) being able to disable whatever is added on 4 would fix that for me at least (if I compare it to the framerate in W&G // ToMI // S&MS3 works for me).
I still completed it on the 5-10 fps I got. That was the second game I completed even though the framerate was horrible. The other one was Braid. And I loved both.
yes that was a big compliment about the game
infi wrote: »
Unfortunately the "adventure" part of the game is very linear, even more so than in Professor Layton, as after every area is completed Nelson will pull out his tape recorder and tell me exactly where to go next - why even have a map?
OsgoodeZBeard wrote: »
[*]no way to change quality settings to maybe help solve the first two problems
corruptbiggins wrote: »
The only settings you can change regarding quality is the resolution and that can be changed before you start the game.