"A man goes to the library to study mathematics. He promptly gets arrested for murdering a man in said library. Ah, too relatable.
Our mathematician defends himself from the nefarious Prosecutor Beth - a man without qualification, an airheaded(?) idol detective, the usual lying witnesses, and the anger of the entire court as the defendant insults them without even trying."
In my own words, this is the story of the unluckiest man you will ever know. Please, enjoy the show.
This trial utilises a lot of variables in order to progress, and remembers some of your failures.
Please avoid using saves unless truly necessary.
- Added some more assets to clarify events.
- Added another conversation for presenting the same evidence twice.
- Added more sound effects to the prologue.
- Replaced many instances of *actions* like these with different descriptions.
- Rewrote some of Randall's line to make his personality more consistent with the Main Trial.
- Reworded a number of sentences to make them clearer. Some prompts better hint at what they're asking for.
- Added a number of new frames to fix slight transitional inconsistencies with the many paths or other bugs.
- Added a new unique conversation for an instance in which you present evidence you've already presented.
Do not look in here if you haven't played yet. And if you have, the in-game credits are ten and a three fourths times better.