Inti Creates’ Bloodstained – Curse of the Moon is an 8-bit retro throwback to the old days of Castlevania. It’s also a precursor for Koji Igarashi’s upcoming Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night. The game was originally part of the stretch goals for the 2015 Kickstarter for Ritual of the Night, and Inti Creates decided to follow through with what was promised. For gamers who decided to pick up a digital copy of Bloodstained – Curse of the Moon, there are some cheats available to help ease you through the process.
The first cheat trainer is available for download from over on Megadev.info.
The Bloodstained – Curse of the Moon trainer contains the following options:
- +100 Score
- +1 Life
- +500 Score
- Only 1 Life
- Low Health
- Infinite Weapon
- God Mode
The eight cheats are all self explanatory. If for some reason you want to cripple your chances at winning you can enable the low health cheat, but that’s not really a cheat is it? It’s more like an inhibitor.
The second cheat trainer is a premium trainer available from Cheat Happens.
The trainer contains the following cheats:
- Unlimited Health
- Unlimited Jump
- Faster Speed
- Ghost Mode
- Instant Sub Weapon Points/Use
- Unlimited Lives
- Super Score
I imagine those cheats will be a heck of a lot more useful, especially the unlimited jump and ghost mode, so that you can not only dodge all incoming attacks with relative ease but also avoid being spotted in most cases.
The side-scrolling action title sees you taking on the role of Zangetsu, a demon slayer who must travel to a castle and exact revenge. You’ll be able to meet other hunters who each have their own abilities, and switch between them as you traverse the perilous levels.
This hold-me-over title is currently available right now for home consoles, such as PS4, Xbox One, and the Nintendo Switch, along with being available on PC. Unfortunately there is no DRM-free version of Bloodstained – Curse of the Moon but you can get a copy for around $9.99 from the Steam store.