Digital Sun and 11 Bit Studios’ Moonlighter is currently available right now for PC, Xbox One, and PS4. The rogue-like role-playing game sees players in the role of a shop keeper who goes on adventures to procure rare items in order to sell them in his shop. For gamers who just don’t have the patience to dungeon dive all day long for rare goods, there are some cheats to help ease the process and make earning cash a heck of a lot easier for you.
You can acquire the premium trainer and save game editor for Moonlighter from Cheat Happens.
Alternatively, there’s a free trainer from GT Trainers. Simply rename the “Zips” file to a “Zip” file.
The trainer gives you access to the following cheats:
- One Hit Kills
- Change Gold
- Unlimited Consumables
- Change Days
- Disable Thief Spawning
- Change Quantity of Selected Item
- Super Speed
There’s a second trailer available for download from over on Megadev.info.
The trainer contains the following options:
- Add 1,000 extra gold (when gaining some)
- Add 10,000 extra gold (when gaining some)
- Unlimited consumables
- Prepare for item (on pickup)
- God Mode
- +10 of Selected Item
- One-Hit Kill
The save game editor has similar functionality, allowing you to edit how much gold you have, how many days can pass, what time of day it is, how many inventory items you have, what sort of items you have equipped, your shop level, your blacksmithing being unlocked, and more.
The cheats and save game editor can even work in tandem, as you use the editor to fill up your inventory, then sell the goods and upgrade your equipment, and then use the invincibility cheat to quickly blast through the dungeons with ease.
Moonlighter is a different kind of role-playing game, insofar that you’re not playing a legandary hero out to stop a mythical monster or save the world from some ancient evil. Instead, you take on the role of a lowly shop keeper named Will. After his parents pass away Will dreams of going on a grand adventure. Well, his wish comes true as he one day sets out to replenish his store goods after supplies run low. He can no longer rely on anyone else to take care of him, and this results in Will venturing into dungeons and battling bosses in order to acquire trinkets he can sell from his store.
The game mixes in elements of hack-and-slash role-playing action along with store management simulation. So you get a little bit of both worlds rolled into a slice-of-life style of game.
It’s nice to see something different every once in a while. Also, bonus points for the main character being completely normal (and it’s a real shame these days when a feature for a game is that you aren’t playing some Tumblr-fetish freak show).
Anyway, you can grab a copy of Moonlighter right now from the Steam store for $19.99 or you can pick up a copy for PS4, or Xbox One from the PlayStation Store or Xbox Store.