One of the more unique games on Steam at the moment is Quite Different Mechanics’ Uncrewed. It’s a real-time strategy game with a huge twist: You can design your very own units from scratch. Ultimately playing a game like this could end up being just as challenging as it is fun, and for players who don’t want to have to deal with that challenge, there are some cheats to help you out.
You can download the latest cheat trainer for Uncrewed over on the Mr. Antifun download page.
The trainer contains five different cheats, including the following:
- Infinite Energy
- Infinite Ammo
- Infinite Resources
- Selected Units Super Health
- Selected Units Weak Health
There are a few things you’ll need to keep in mind before you boot up the game and just start laying down cheats everywhere. For instance, if you use the Super Health cheat make sure you turn it off after using it on your select units, because it can affect both your own units and the enemy units. The applies for the Weak Health cheat – if you use it when you select your own units, they will end up having weak health.
Other than that you shouldn’t have any troubles with cheating in the game.
The construction toolkit allows you to acquire resources and then modify and construct them to your liking. You can bend, twist, taper, shape and sculpt your very own combat units in whatever way you see fit, both aesthetically and functionally.
You can add decals and logos to your units, weapons, blades, and all other sorts of nifty mechanics. Your units have to abide by the laws of physics, though, so whether you’re using treads, jet engines, or fans, you need to think about weight and design functionality to get the most out of your creations.
Uncrewed is currently in Early Access and gamers are really digging it so far. Keep in mind that it does have a multiplayer component, so you’ll need to be wary of that before popping open the trainer. The last thing you’ll want to do is get permanently VAC banned.
So remember to always cheat responsibly, and it’ll ensure that you don’t get the clap.
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