The real-time tactical RPG from Event Horizon, Tower of Time, managed to make its way through the remnants of Steam Greenlight and launch onto the Steam store on April 12th, 2018. The game has received extremely good feedback from the community so far and has an impressively positive rating on Steam at the moment. For gamers looking for a little help to get through the battle sequences and to manage their items to cheat through Tower of Time, there are some trainers available for that.
You can download the free cheat trainer for Tower of Time from the Mr. Antifun page.
The cheat trainer contains the following cheats:
- Infinite Health
- Infinite Mana
- Infinite Resources
- Instant Ability Cooldown
- Infinite Attribute Points
- Infinite Skill Points
Now before you get all happy about cheating your way through Tower of Time, keep in mind that there are quite a few rules before you can make full use of the cheats. First of all, you’ll need to head into battle before you make use of the infinite health cheat. Once you’re in battle then you can activate the cheat.
Additionally, you’ll need to first open up your inventory before you can activate the infinite resource cheat. If you have any resources in your inventory, the cheat will give you infinite amounts of gold, blue gems, green gems, and purple gems.
For the infinite ability points, you will need to first head into battle and then activate the ability cooldown cheat so that you can use your abilities non-stop.
For the infinite attribute points, before activating the cheat first open up the character menu and then activate the attribute points cheat.
Last but not least, for the infinite skill points, first open up the skill tree menu and then turn the cheat on. This will allow you access infinite skill points.
Tower of Time is a throwback to the classic era of gaming, back when BioWare used to make award-worthy CRPGs instead of Social Justice Warrior propaganda made by diversity hires. It’s a real-time role-playing game with a tactical combat feature that allows you to pause the action and direct your teammates in combat.
You have seven different character classes to choose from, along with a diverse palette of skills, looting, 50 different bosses to fight, and five different difficulty settings. If you enjoyed classics like Icewind Dale and Baldur’s Gate, you’ll likely enjoy Tower of Time. You can learn more by visiting the official Steam store page.
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