Craneballs Studio’s Planet Nomads may be going through the development pains of Early Access and suffering from some mixed reactions from the Steam community at the moment, but for the gamers who are interested in the craft-and-survive indie game, there is a cheat trainer available to help make the process of survival that much easier.
You can download the cheat trainer right now from over on the Mr. Antifun page.
The trainer contains 12 different cheats, even though the game is still in Early Access. I can only imagine how many more cheats will be added as the game moves closer toward its full release. You can check them out below.
- No Thirst
- Inf.Jet Pack
- Inf.Temperature Shield
- Inf.Body Resilience
- Super Speed
- Free 3D Printing
Now all the standard cheats are there, from infinite items to infinite health to infinite food and stamina. These are all the basic essentials for surviving combat encounters, and ensuring that you don’t dry up and die on the planet while attempting to build some really big, cool thing.
The real highlight of the cheats is the free 3D printing. This cheat will enable you to craft and build whatever it is you want without worrying about resources or item costs. For those of you who just wanted to mess around and build stuff, this cheat would be perfect for you.
There are a few caveats, though. You do have to first create a game world before activating the cheat trainer, otherwise it won’t work. In order to utilize the speed cheat you’ll have to run first to set the value in memory before activating it. Also, for the item cheat, first open your inventory and then activate the item cheat and close your inventory and open it again and the cheat should work.
For the 3D printer cheat, you’ll first need to open the 3D printer menu, click on any item and then activate the 3D printer cheat, close the window out and then re-open it again to use it.
I know, there are quite a few rules to using the cheat trainer, but it’s all part of the game.
Speaking of the game… Planet Nomads is like many other survival titles out there, but you can build working vehicles and travel around in space with them. It’s pretty cool. The vehicles are also physics-based so it’s a lot more intuitive than other survival games on the market. They’re still updating and innovating the game, so it’ll be a while before it’s out of Early Access. If you did want to check out the game, it’s available on the Steam store for $29.99. They don’t have plans on launching in full until a year or two from now…roughly 2018 or 2019.
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