Industry simulator Rise of Industry by Kasedo Games and Dapper Penguin Studios is currently available to play right now through Steam Early Access. The game has met its launch window of Q1 2018, and with its launch comes an infinite money cheat.
There is only one current cheat available for Rise of Industry and it grants players the ability to set cash units at any number. This means that players can create funds out of thin air in the single-player industry simulator, and have infinite amounts of money.
The website containing said cheat can be further investigated or downloaded through cheathappens.com.
As for the actual game itself and what it has to offer players, the official trailer shows just that below.
There’s a second cheat trainer available for download over on the Megadev page.
The trainer contains the following options:
- +10,000,000 Money
- +25,000,000 Money
- +50,000,000 Money
- Reset Money to 0
Originally posted on Steam Greenlight way back on September 26th, 2016, the strategic tycoon city builder that has since passed the Greenlight phase, despite the platform being down, has garnered enough community votes that it has now entered into Steam Early Access.
If you don’t know, this game was once named Project Automata, but since then the developers have changed the name to Rise of Industry. Additionally, the strategic tycoon game by Kasedo Games and Dapper Penguin Studios faced changes graphically and even had a name change. Something that was kept intact was the game’s industry building theme.
Looking over to the mechanics that make up Rise of Industry, the game is a strategy simulator at heart that puts players in the role of an early 20th-century industrialist.
Player will be tasked with building and managing an empire in a procedurally generated world, in which this world is constantly evolving. This setup is said to have players adapt with changing times and adjust management to stay relevant.
Rise of Industry will task players to build factories, construct efficient transport lines, move raw materials, produce goods, and arrange trade with the world’s developing cities.
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