The HD remaster of Ty The Tasmanian Tiger that made its way onto Steam last year as an Early Access re-release and eventually launched as a full HD redo of the original PS2 release from back in 2002, just recently received a batch of cheat codes through a cheat trainer.
Krome Studios developed and published the HD remake on Steam, giving new-school gamers an opportunity to experience one of the prime classics from the early life-span of the PlayStation 2.
The 3D platformer takes place in the beautiful outback of Australia, giving gamers a look at some of the more lush and idyllic environments from the land down under that we don’t always see… or the places that are too dangerous to visit without getting killed by a tree, or some rare poisonous black mamba snake, or some nearly instinct scorpion, or some other insect pest trying to murder you.
Anyway, Cheat Happens has a cheat trainer available over on their site, offering gamers the ability to cheat their way through Ty The Tasmanian Tiger. The trainer works with version 1.00 or higher.
You’ll be able to utilize infinite health and air so you won’t have to worry about drowning or getting killed by any of the aforementioned hazards from the outback. There’s a cheat to change the points, as well as to have unlimited lives, so maybe even if you manage to fall into an endless pit or get crushed or have some other unwanted predicament befall you, you can keep on going thanks to having an endless supply of lives. The last cheat on the list will grant you unlimited double jumps, so you should be able to reach places you aren’t supposed to be able to reach.
The cheat trainer is available for Windows XP all the way up to Windows 10. Unfortunately you will have to either purchase an individual copy of the trainer or register with Cheat Happens for access to premium trainers.
The HD re-release of Ty The Tasmanian Tiger is available right now for PC over on the Steam store.
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