Yooka-Laylee Cheats Grant You Infinite Breath, Health, Power
Yooka-Laylee Cheats
(Last Updated On: April 22, 2017)

If you find yourself getting stuck often in Playtonic Games’ Yooka-Laylee, you can get your hands on some cheats to help you out. The game recently launched for PC, PS4 and Xbox One, giving gamers a throwback, 3D platforming experience reminiscent to the old 32-bit and 64-bit era of platformers, and if you need some cheats… they’re available.

You can download the cheat trainer for Yooka-Laylee over on the Mr. Antifun forum page. It’s a basic 4MB download to get you started.

There are only four cheats available for the game, as listed below:

  • Infinite Health
  • Infinite Breath
  • Infinite Power
  • Super Jump

The infinite health makes it so you don’t lose life from long distance drops or attacks from enemies, while infinite breath will enable you to swim underwater indefinitely, and infinite power means you can use your special abilities without the meter burning out. Super jump is also pretty self-explanatory.

There are a couple of caveats to keep in mind: in order to use the infinite health, power and jump cheats, you’ll need to first start a game world and then open the trainer and activate the cheats after you take a few steps.

For the breath cheat, you’ll need to first go under water before activating the cheat. Water for Yooka to lose some oxygen and then activate the cheat. Once you do that, you’re good to go.

Yooka-Laylee has been receiving mostly positive reviews since launching, despite some people losing interest in the game after Playtonic decided to censor their forums and make crude remarks about an incident they flared up involving JonTron. Some backers wanted refunds, and they were denied this, and then some people decided to complain about it on the forums, and they were censored.

Things seemed to have petered out for them but it’s a real shame that Playtonic decided to drag politics into what’s essentially considered a game for young people. While sales may not be hampered much by their tactics, this could have a long term effect on Playtonic’s reputation, much like BioWare and Comcept.

Nevertheless, if you already own the game you can grab a hold of the cheats and make use of them while you play Yooka-Laylee.

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  • “essentially considered a game for young people”

    …..really? A spiritual successor that was funded by people who enjoyed their games 19 years ago?