Under a Killing Moon contains a built-in hint system, but each hint will cost you five points. If you want to save points and still get a nudge in the right direction, visit the Universal Hint System Walkthrough for Under a Killing Moon.
Getting Under a Killing Moon to run properly on a modern computer is tricky business. The solution lies in a program called DOSBox, which emulates the old DOS environment in which the game thrives. DOSBox can be somewhat intimidating at first, but site member Tan has put together a great tutorial on how to use the program to get the game up and running in no time.
Click here to learn how to configure DOSBox for Under a Killing Moon.
The shredded note Tex finds in Countess Renier's mansion will never fully assemble; the game will never acknowledge that the pieces have been arranged correctly. This will not get in the way of successfully completing the game, however. The note is basically there to provide more proof that someone is out to get Tex.