Dead Age Cheats Give You Infinite Health, Ammo, Resources
(Last Updated On: November 24, 2016)

The turn-based zombie apocalypse game, Dead Age, landed on Steam not too long ago. Silent Dreams managed to hit some success with their strategy zombie title, and if you were hoping to make good on some cheats to get through the more difficult segments of the game, you can do so by downloading a cheat trainer.

One of the common resources for trainers is Mr. Antifun. That’s true to nature in this case, with the Dead Age trainer being made available with six different cheats.

The trainer is designed for version 1.00 of Dead Age, and it offers:

  1. Inf.Health
  2. Inf.AP
  3. Inf.Resources
  4. Inf.Skill Points
  5. Inf.Ammo
  6. Easy Crafting

The infinite health works for every member on your team, so you don’t have to worry about them getting bit and biting the dust to become one of the countless members of the undead, scavenging through the night for warm flesh and the soft tissue of human meat.

The infinite AP is for the action points – this will enable you to move additional times during a turn when battling against foes, whether they be bandits or zombies. The AP works just like XCOM.

Infinite ammo will allow you to utilize whatever projectile-based weapon you have in your inventory without worrying about running out of parabellums on the clip. The infinite resources help you gather what you need so you can craft and build whatever you need to survive. The infinite skill points is so you can make ultimate uber-survivors.

The Dead Age cheats require a few prerequisites before you just pop them on and get your business on. You’ll need to first attack an enemy before you can activate the health cheat. Also, make a move or perform an action before using the infinite AP cheat. The same thing applies to the resource cheat – it requires using at least one resource before using the cheat. This caveat also extends to the infinite ammo cheat, too.

You can grab the cheat trainer for Dead Age right now from the Mr. Antifun download page.

The game is available right now on Steam for $14.99 but during the autumn sale it’s discounted by 35% over on the Steam store page.

About

Billy has been rustling Jimmies for years covering video games, technology and digital trends within the electronics entertainment space. The GJP cried and their tears became his milkshake. Need to get in touch? Try the Contact Page.