A simple cheat trainer has popped up for System 3’s partial remake of the 1997 classic strategy game, Constructor. The original game was absolutely infamous for its hard-as-nails AI opponents, unique competitive multiplayer setup, and some crazy unique building mechanics to not only get ahead as a contractor but to completely screw over your opponents.
The new game hasn’t been faring half as well as the original when it comes to user review scores (though to be fair the original Constructor tanked pretty bad with the professional critics when it launched a long while ago). Even still, for those of you still willing to give the game a go or if you already own it and you want to cheat your way to victory, you can do so by grabbing the free cheat trainer from over on the Mr. Antifun download page.
The trainer only features three cheats:
- Infinite Money
- Infinite Residents LifeSpan
- Instant Birth
The infinite money cheat will easily allow you to purchase whatever you need, and basically build indiscriminately as you expand your lot and add more to your small empire.
The infinite residents lifespan means that when the CPU attempts to muscle your tenants out of their houses, they won’t leave so easily. Additionally, when other ruffians show up or if hippies attempt to annoy residents out of their homes, your tenants will stay steadfast.
The instant birth also means that you can gain more tenants rather quickly to help fill out your vacant homes.
The objective of Constructor is to run your opponents out of town by buying up the lots, expanding your community, and bringing in money. It may sound easy, but with brawls, mafia, and squatters to contend with, it all gets a little hairy to say the least.
I had a ton of fun playing this game way back in the day. It was one of the few strategy games where I didn’t completely suck. The trouble is that the game launched rather buggy for today’s generation of gamer.
Users note on the Steam page that the game crashes frequently in multiplayer, has a number of game-stopping bugs, and that despite having a shiny new coat of paint to help give the game a father more appealing look compared to the 1997 release, it just wasn’t enough to make it a better game.
Anyway, if you already bit the bullet and bought yourself a copy of the game, what’s it hurt to get a cheat trainer to at least alleviate some of the pain of a buggy release?
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