Spoiler Alert! This guide includes story information about the events surrounding Twelve Minutes. Reader discretion is advised! This game is best experienced slowly and methodically.
Twelve Minutes is a suspenseful thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Every minute matters, and as the story progresses, so too will your knowledge of the husband and wife. Something unfortunate that occurs with the wife is her insomnia, which she seems to suffer quite badly from. That’s a shame too; your plans for revenge and learning more about the shady situations that this town is in requires her to sleep. That means you may need to know how to cure insomnia to get the answers you need.
Twelve Minutes | How to Cure Insomnia
In order to cure your wife’s insomnia, you’ll need quite a few items. Get two mugs and the polaroid from the fridge. Head to the bathroom to get the sleeping pills in the medicine cabinet, and fill her mug with water and the pills. Get shocked by the switch in the bedroom, and then head to the living room. Give your wife her sleeping pills in the mug and talk about her with her book.
This process will put your wife to sleep; thankfully, all she needed were her pills. At this point, you’re going to need to question the Cop. So, it’s time to hide in the closet and watch through the blinds as the officer enters your home.
Because the wife’s insomnia is such a big issue, this is the only path that lets you solve Loop 6. You need to protect her, after all, so it’s the only method that keeps her out of your way. Questioning the cop is very brutal, as you are going to have to get violent with him. But, anything to find out what is going on, right? And at least now your wife can sleep peacefully.
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Jason Toro-McCue has committed his schooling to the study of the connection between game design and narrative. When he's not working on this bond through writing articles or guides, he's playing Dungeons & Dragons, or just playing games themselves and looking at the story there.