Dark And Light Cheats Unlock Unlimited Health, Mana, Easy Crafting
Dark and Light Cheats
(Last Updated On: July 25, 2017)

A new set of cheats have been made available for Snail Games’ Dark and Light, the medieval fantasy MMORPG that recently came out for PC.

The cheats are available through a downloadable trainer over on Cheat Happens.

The trainer features 12 active cheats at the moment and you can check out the list below.

  • Unlimited Health
  • Unlimited Mana
  • Add XP
  • Reset Constitution
  • Reset Hunger
  • Reset Thirst
  • Reset Focus
  • Reset Upgrade Points
  • Easy Crafting
  • Unlimited Durability
  • Set Max Weight
  • Set Attack Power

There’s a video demonstration of the various cheats in action but you have to click through to see it because they don’t believe in embed codes.

Anyway, most of the cheats are self-explanatory, giving you a little bit of unlimited this or unlimited that, or resetting certain survival elements, such as the hunger, thirst or focus meter.

The easy crafting should likely make it easier for players to build whatever they need, while unlimited durability means that everything you have won’t eventually break from frequent use.

The game got off to a rough start in Early Access on Steam. It’s currently available for $29.99 and it has some mixed reviews at the moment due to some rough spots around the edges.

A lot of gamers feel as if Dark and Light has the potential to be something great, but right now it’s a little too unhewn to recommend from some gamers.

Of course, if you already have the game and you’ve been playing it at your own leisure but you’re compelled that you could have a ton more fun if only some cheats were available, the cheat trainer might help you out with that.

It should also go without saying that you’ll only want to use the cheat trainer during your single-player exploits. Taking the cheats online will result in you getting VAC banned. It’s the equivalent of trying to smuggle in illegal immigrants across the state border; they’ll fry your arse.

So as always, cheat responsibly… just like if you were counting cards at a Las Vegas casino.

(Main image courtesy of Eugenm)


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  • tajlund

    I wish ESO would institute a single player mode. I feel I wouldn’t get so burned out if I could cheat a little just to get past the walls I keep hitting in difficulty. (Haven’t played in a bit, so don’t know if the adjustments they made will help me.) I just really want to play more Elder Scrolls I’m not interested in the multiplayer components.