Necropolis Cheat Trainer Adds Infinite Health, Money And Stamina
(Last Updated On: October 25, 2016)

Necropolis: A Diabolical Dungeon Delve has proven to be a real hard game for a lot of players, with its rogue-like design and punishing gameplay. Some people have already resolved to searching for cheats for the game, and Mr. Antifun has come to the rescue.

Over on the Mr. Antifun website there’s a post on the forum from the man himself revealing a six-cheat trainer for Neropolis on PC, the 3D action-RPG from developer Harebrained Schemes.

The cheat trainer includes options for infinite health so you’re practically playing with god mode, infinite stamina so you never get tired, super armor just in case you don’t want to play with infinite health, super attack so you can beat the crap out of any and everyone you come across, no exhaustion and infinite currency.

There is a trick to using the cheat trainer for Necropolis, though. First up, you’ll need to start a game before you start the trainer. Load up a world and make sure everything works as intended. Proceed to open up the cheat trainer and activate it.

Now if you want infinite currency, money, etc., you’ll first need to pick up gems or tokens and then activate the infinite currency mode in the trainer. The next time you pick up a gem or token, you’ll get tons of it added to your inventory.

The Necropolis A Diabolical Dungeon Delve version 1.0 cheat trainer can be acquired from over on the Mr. Antifun forum right now, but you will need to register first before you can download the 4.4mb file.

If you’re not keen on registering on the forum, you can still download the game trainer from, where they also have a trainer for Necropolis. The game itself hasn’t received the most kind reviews from gamers, mostly due to the fact that there are some minor technical issues and gameplay inhibitions that have prevented it from reaching the level of Dark Souls.

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