The Gentlebros and PQube Limited’s Cat Quest was one of those colorful action-RPGs that launched last year with very little fanfare but managed to garner its own niche audience. For gamers who did pick up a copy of the isometric action-RPG, there are some cheats available for you.
You can download a free cheat trainer from over on MegaDev.Info.
The trainer contains 11 codes for Cat Quest, as listed below:
- Increase Movement Speed
- Decrease Movement Speed
- Refill Health
- Refill Mana
- +500 Gold
- +5 Gems
- +500 Experience
- Freeze Mana
- God Mode
- God Mode + One-Hit-Kill
The god mode and ability to refill mana will be extra useful for most gamers. However, I feel the refill health and god mode seem like they’re both kind of redundant. I’m not sure you would need both.
The gold cheats are self-explanatory, giving you enough coin to purchase whatever you need during your adventures.
There aren’t any special requirements to make use of the cheats like in some games, so basically you just have to pop ’em on and have a go.
Cat Quest is a unique little action-RPG similar to the classic Toejam & Early games. You venture around a colorful world as a cat that you can upgrade and customize along the way.
You’ll have to explore the world of Felingard as you attempt to help some of the inhabitants, retrieve missing items, and save some of your fellow feline friends from danger.
Cat Quest reminds me of an evolved version of Secret of Mana for today’s generation of gaming. It’s a shame we don’t have more games like this, but then again the fact that it exists and managed to capture the attention of a niche audience and become a sleeper hit basically means that it’s already fulfilled the void that other games decided to pass over.
You can pick up a digital copy of Cat Quest for $12.99 from over on the Steam store.
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