Twelve Minutes is a new point-and-click style game from Annapurna Interactive and Luis Antonio, starring some big Hollywood names like James McAvoy, Daisy Ridley, and Willem Dafoe. You play a man who’s trapped in a time loop and is forced to solve a mystery about his wife’s past while trying to protect her from a cop who shows up at his apartment. Here’s how to get the cop to listen to you in Twelve Minutes.
Getting the Cop to Listen to You in Twelve Minutes
The cop is impossible to beat in a head-on fight, and trying to reason with him when he appears at your apartment won’t help either. However, if you have some kind of leverage on him, you might be able to convince him to listen to what you have to say.
First, it’s impossible to get the cop to listen to you if you haven’t had the chance to ambush him and check his phone yet. We’ve got a guide here detailing how to ambush him and hold him captive if you’re having trouble with that. Once you’ve done so, make sure to check his phone, and call Bumblebee by calling her number as shown in the text messages. The man will remember the number during subsequent time loops.
At the start of your next loop, head to the closet and check the clothes to find your wife’s phone. Use the phone to dial Bumblebee’s number and tell her that your wife is innocent. Bumblebee will then call the cop right before he enters the apartment, and convince him to listen to what you have to say. This step is crucial in all future runs in which you try to have a conversation with the cop when he shows up.
In addition to that, make sure you’ve already exhausted all dialogue options with the wife so that you’re both prepared to have a conversation with him in the apartment. If you don’t prepare beforehand, the cop will lose his patience and arrest both of you.
That’s all you need to know about how to get the cop to listen to you in Twelve Minutes. Be sure to search for Twinfinite for more tips and information on the game.
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