Project Nimbus Cheats Give You Infinite Health, Ammo
Project Nimbus Cheats
(Last Updated On: October 1, 2017)

The Japanese mecha game, Project Nimbus, has really excited and captured the heart and attention of the core gaming community. The high quality production values of the game’s graphics and gameplay have really helped separate it from all the other games currently out there. That’s not to mention that it helps mark a return to form for the third-person action mech games that used to be so prevalent during the PSX and PS2 era of gaming but sadly faded out of view during seventh gen gaming.

Well, now that a game like Project Nimbus has twin-thrusted its way back into the consciousness of the gaming community, some gamers have found themselves having a difficult time in the game. Not to worry, though, there are some cheats for that.

There’s a cheat trainer available for download right now over on the Mr. Antifun page.

The trainer only has two cheats but they’re the really useful kind, I promise, including:

  • Infinite Health
  • Infinite Ammo

As I said, it’s the really useful kind of cheats.

The best part about it is that you don’t have worry about getting VAC banned for using the cheat trainer in Project Nimbus because it’s a single-player only game. It’s a story-driven title centered around players having to fight against evil BattleFrames.

The hook for Project Nimbus is that it takes a lot of the elements from the Gundam animes and puts them into a gameplay format for gamers to enjoy, such as being able to fly around freely in open-environments to battle other mechs. Players can utilize a variety of weapons to take down foes, or exercise some of those aerial acrobatics by performing evasive maneuvers to avoid getting blown to bits.

Project Nimbus has a mostly positive rating over on the Steam store at the moment, and the developers at GameCrafter are currently working on a PlayStation 4 version of the game.

If things go over well enough it could end up being a replacement franchise for Armored Core or Front Mission. The game is currently available for only $14.99.

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