Super Trampers Studio and Easy Joy Ltd., are a little late to the survival simulator party, but I suppose their view of the matter is “better late than never”, eh? Their newest title, Survisland, is a survival sim where you end up in a procedurally generated, ever-changing island where you must survive. The game is currently in Early Access, but you can grab a cheat trainer right now to help make the survival process so much easier than before.
The cheat trainer for Survisland is available for download right now over on the Mr. Antifun page.
The trainer contains the following options:
- Infinite Health
- Infinite Stamina
- Infinite Calories
- Infinite Water
- No Fatigue
- Infinite Muscle
- Max Fullness
- Infinite Blood
Now before you start cheating like you were Clinton on the Epstein Express, you need to first start up a game world and then once it finishes loading, proceed to open the trainer and activate the cheats you want to use. This will allow you to make full use of the options at your disposal in the trainer.
Most of everything is fairly self-explanatory. Much like every other survival game out there, you’re going to need to focus on keeping your health up, staying fed, and making sure you don’t bleed out and die.
You can check out some of the gameplay from the Early Access version courtesy of YouTuber Pilot97.
The actual game features a number of biomes to visit, including The Shallows, Mangrove Forest and The Swamp. They have plans on expanding the various biomes you can visit, and what sort of effects they’ll have on the main character.
A large portion of Survisland is based on a metabolism system where you’ll need to focus on eating certain foods to maintain muscles, fat, bones, blood and water. Different actions affect different systems, and so you have to be picky about what you consume in order to keep the player-character healthy.
You can starve, dehydrate, freeze, suffocate, and drown.
Like most survival simulators, you can craft new items, build up your own home, and acquire new gear.
Right now Survisland is a single-player game in Early Access development, and you can learn more about it by visiting the Steam store page.