Killing Room has been killing players from top to bottom. The game’s randomized level generator has proven to be a very difficult thing for some gamers to overcome and that’s become very evident with some of the user review scores. Well, if you’re having trouble getting through the game and you need some Killing Room cheats, there’s some help available for those of you who need to cheese your way through the trap rooms.
As usual, Mr. Antifun provided gamers with the cheat train that features six different cheats for version 1.35.5 of Killing Room. Using the cheats is pretty easy, you just have to start up a world and then open up the trainer to get started.
The cheats include infinite health so you can survive the onslaught of monsters and traps that are thrown your way in each room. There’s infinite stamina, so every time you shoot or perform an action you won’t lose your stamina when doing so. There’s the infinite ammo cheat, which allows you to use your favorite gun without ever running out of ammo. Infinite picklocks so any of the locks preventing you from accessing or progressing through the game can be steam rolled through with no problems. And there’s infinite money and max popularity so that you’ll always be at the top of the charts and you can buy whatever items or weapons you need to progress.
The rogue-like, first-person, horror-shooter has really taken off since launching on Steam recently, and a lot of gamers have been talking about it given its mix of reality TV and survival shooting. It’s a mix of Serious Sam, Smash TV and The Cube.
One of the biggest complaints about the game was that the shooting and gunplay was off because it required stat upgrades in order for the aiming and shooting to be better. Not many people were fond of having to level up their shooting skills and therefore disliked the game greatly because of that.
Well, now that the cheat trainer is available, you can shoot all the baddies to your heart’s content.
If you need to get your hands on the trainer you can do so by hitting up Mr. Antifun’s download page.
If you want to learn more about Killing Room, you can visit the Steam store page.
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