The Super Smash Bros clone from Blue Mammoth Games called Brawlhalla is currently in Early Access on Steam. The side-scrolling, beat-’em-up, multiplayer fighting game recently received a cheat trainer that could disrupt the balance of power.
You can grab the trainer over on the WeMod download page.
It’s a simple collection of only four cheats. Nevertheless, you can check out the list below:
- Add Time
- Sub Time
- Unlimited Lives
- Unlimited Score
These cheats may not be plentiful but they’re definitely useful.
Being able to add and subtract time means that if you’ve been losing a fair game, the timer can give you a bit of an extra push to pull through and score another point before time runs out. Alternatively you can use the subtract timer when you’re up in points to forfeit a chance for your opponent to catch up.
The unlimited lives and scores are basically there to ensure your victory no matter what.
Brawhalla has become quite the e-sports success story. The indie title continues to grow and expand even while only being in Early Access on Steam.
Much like Super Smash Bros, it’s possible to play locally with up to four people, or go online and duke it out in some massive 4-vs-4 matches. Single versus modes, team versus modes, and a bevy of other alternative game modes are also present to mix up the fun.
Brawlhalla is currently free-to-play right now over on the Steam store.
If you decide to use the cheat trainer, only do so when you’re playing single-player or in the offline modes. If you decide to cheat while playing online with others, you’ll be in for a world of hurt via a VAC ban. Don’t cheat online. Don’t get VAC banned.
And remember to always cheat responsibly… otherwise you’ll end up having to explain to your wife why you’re using the retirement funds to pay for child support, even when the two of you don’t have any kids.
(Main image courtesy of MIA)
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