Moero Chronicle is a game about defeating and collecting monster girls. It’s a weeb fantasy game come true, filled to the brim with schlocky fan-service and barely passable gameplay, just the way Otaku like it. Well, if you’ve found yourself having trouble playing the game, don’t fret; there are a few cheats available to help you out.
You can grab the free cheat trainer for Moero Chronicle over on the Mr. Antifun download page.
The trainer only contains three cheats, but they might help you out in a tough bind, nonetheless:
- Infinite Health
- Infinite SP
- Infinite Money
The infinite health and SP will help you out during a fight, ensuring that you don’t lose a step (or a single health point) to those pesky, sexy monster girls trying to beat you down and suckle the life energy out of you…. not that there’s anything wrong with that.
The final cheat enables you to utilize infinite amounts of money, so you won’t have to worry about running low on cash to upgrade your monster girls or outfit your party with the best gear that your monster girl harem deserves.
The JRPG dungeon crawler made its way from the PlayStation Vita to Steam during the middle of August, and it’s had a bit of a rough go of it on Valve’s digital marketplace due to the fact that Compile Heart didn’t exactly optimize the game the best way around for PCs, and you’ll need a fairly hefty PC to run this seemingly lo-fi JRPG.
On the upside, if you do have a PC that can run the game right proper, you’ll be treated to all manner of rub-worthy fan-service featuring some sequences where you’ll need to “tame” the monster girls by finding their sensitive spots and getting them to bend to your will.
If you’re interested in Moero Chronicle, you can pick up a copy from over on the Steam store page.
This is also a single-player game, so don’t worry about getting caught cheating. There’s no reason to cheat responsibly in this particular case, but if you’re married that’s a whole other story… you better have a good alibi and an airtight case if you get caught with the clap by the Mrs.
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