Frédérick Raynal’s 2Dark happened to find a rather dedicated audience after launching back in March on Steam for PC. The horror stealth game is a different kind of hand-animated take on the genre, and gamers in need of help getting through the game and blasting through the enemies with ease, will find 3exactly what they’re looking for with the 2Dark cheat trainer.
It doesn’t seem like 2Dark would be the kind of game that would have cheats, and yet it does. There are only two cheats available for the game and you can download the cheat trainer from over on the Mr. Antifun page.
The cheats include the following:
- Infinite Flashlight
- Infinite Gun Ammo
The infinite flashlight is so you can obviously see in the dark and uncover areas masked by the fog of… horror. The infinite gun ammo means that you don’t have to worry about ending up in a bad situation where you’re at a severe disadvantage and some of those things that go bump in the night attempt to rape your innocence from midnight ’til morning.
The game itself centers around a grizzled, former detective destined to save kidnapped children from psychopath – all in an attempt to get help ease his soul from when his wife was slain and his kids were kidnapped. Players will have to venture through the dark streets, eerie carnival grounds, and desolate buildings in search of the young children as you attempt to avoid being overwhelmed by the psychos.
The game is all about pervs kidnapping and trafficking children. It’s a hardcore game starring a hard-boiled cop.
The biggest drawback is that a lot of people complain that despite the awesome graphics, dark story and compelling soundtrack and narrative, the horror themes and plot are betrayed by “clumsy” controls and stealth mechanics that just don’t work.
A lot of people seem to enjoy watching streams of 2Dark more than playing it, but if you already have it and you want to cheat your way to the finish line, you can do so using the cheat trainer. If you’re interested in learning more about Gloomywood’s psycho-horror game, feel free to check out the Steam store page.
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