Passtech Games and Focus Home Interactive’s Masters of Anima was one of those games that came out and slipped under the radar upon release. It’s a completely different take on the RPG and strategy game genre by allowing players to take complete control of large armies to do battle for them. Gamers looking to mess around with the army construction and leveling, there are some cheats for that.
A free cheat trainer and premium trainer is available over on Megadev.info page.
The trainer contains the following cheats:
- Unlimited Population
- Prepare for XP
- Unlimited Anima-Orbs
- +100 Experience
- -100 Experience
- Maximum 1/3 Anima-Orbs
- Unlimited Skill-Points
- Only 1 Skill-Point
- Low Health
- God Mode
I imagine all the cheats will be very useful for those of you who are intent on getting through Masters of Anima as quickly as possible. Although, I can’t imagine anyone wanting to make use of the cheats to minus your experience points or give yourself low health, since they aren’t very useful. But the god mode could be very useful, along with the ability to max out the amount of anima-orbs at your disposal.
The game itself is actually a step in a very different direction when it comes to role-playing. It takes place in the world of Spark, and evil minions have become flooding the land, forcing a hero to rise in the form of a summoner and his guardians. Players will be able to fight back against the encroaching evil by summoning up to 100 controllable guardians that play out very much like a real-time strategy game.
As the summoner, Otto, you’ll take your guardians and defeat the evil while also advancing toward the tower of the evil sorcerer Zahr, who has become dastardly in his antics, stealing away your beloved Ana.
You’ll unlock new guardians during the perilous journey, learning how to master their abilities and eventually overcome Zahr’s forces. It reminds me a classic, old-school fantasy-adventure tale.
You can learn more about the PC version of Masters of Anima by visiting the Steam store page, where the game is currently available for $19.99. Alternatively, you can pick up a digital copy of the game for PS4 and the Nintendo Switch.
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