Revhead Cheat Enables Infinite Money
Revhead Cheats
(Last Updated On: March 15, 2017)

Creative Pudding Hungary’s RevHead is set in the Australian outback, featuring a simulation-style design where players will need to build just about every aspect of their car before taking it out onto the road or racing it around the track. In order to build a car, you’ll need some sexy parts to make it happen, and in order to get those parts you’ll need some cash. Well, if you’re short on cash and need money quick, there’s a cheat to help you out with that.

RevHead’s cheat trainer enables infinite money, and you can download it right now from over on the Mr. Antifun page.

Now, in order to activate the cheat you’ll first have to spend some money in RevHead first. Once you spend any amount of money, proceed to open the trainer and activate the infinite money cheat. Now when you go to spend money, you’ll never have to worry about running out.

The cheat is pretty simple and it works well enough for what it’s intended to do according to the people who have used it.

As for the game itself… well, the reviews aren’t so hot.

The game has gone from mixed to mostly negative due to the fact that the actual racing and driving physics don’t match the game’s tuning and parts scavenging element.

The meta-game of finding junkers, stripping them for parts and building up your own little ride has actually interested a lot of gearheads into the game, but they feel as if the controls, handling and physics of the vehicles are just way too janky to recommend the game.

If RevHead was still in Early Access I think it would have some room and time to grow, but being that it’s a fully released title, I don’t think Creative Pudding will be going very far with their title unless they can overhaul the physics ASAP.

Nevertheless, for those of you who already have the game, the cheat trainer for infinite money is ripe, willing and waiting for you to click the download button.

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