Children Of Zodiarcs Cheat Gives You Infinite Health
Children of Zodiarcs
(Last Updated On: July 22, 2017)

Need a cheat for the turn-based role-playing game from Square Enix and Cardboard Utopia? Well, there’s a solution for you in the form of a cheat trainer that’s currently available to download for the Victorian-punk game, Children of Zodiarcs.

The cheat trainer is available right now over on the Mr. Antifun download page.

Unfortunately the trainer only has one cheat and it’s for infinite health. Anything else to help you out with your dice rolls, or equipment, or attack strength is off the table right now, but Mr. Antifun is known for updating the cheat trainers with new content over time. So who knows? Maybe one day he’ll add in some new stuff for those of you who managed to get stuck at some other part of the game and you didn’t want to use the infinite health cheat.

Anyway, the only caveat to using the cheat is that before you activate the cheat be sure to first start up the game, then take a step with the character and then proceed to activate the cheat. You should be good to go from there.

Children of Zodiarcs came out on July 18th and it’s a tactical role-playing game that mixes up its combat and gameplay with scenario based maps and a customizable deck building meta-game that’s operated using a board-game style dice system.

Gamers who enjoyed games like Baten Kaitos might enjoy the strategic, deck-building, turn-based gameplay present in the game.

Players will be able to attack, guard, counter-attack and utilize special attacks using the card system. What separates the game from other RPGs that uses decks is that each character has their own special deck, and these decks are powered up using dice.

The tale about taking down the corrupt and using some rag-tag rogues to get the job done is available right now for the PlayStation 4 and on PC. If you want to learn more about Children of Zodiarcs, you can visit the official website.

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