Steel Mantis and Big Sugar’s Valfaris is a classic throwback to old-school gaming, back when protagonists were manly and when graphics were original; back when soundtracks meant something and weapons gibbed enemies into puddles of blood and gore. If you’ve picked up a copy of Valvaris but you want to fiddle around with some cheats for the game.
The first trainer is available in both free and premium options available on Megadev.info.
The trainer contains the following Valfaris cheats:
- Heal player
- Refill energy
- Reset playtime
- +1 Blood metal
- Refill save crystals
- Low health
- Low energy
- Increase jump-height
- Reset jump-height
- Infinite energy
- Easy Kills
The free cheats contained within the trainer feature the ability to heal the main character, to refill your energy and to reset the total playtime.
The other cheats in the list feature the ability to also lower your health and energy in case you’re one of those hardcore players who like masochism. The other cheats include increasing your jump height and god mode.
There’s a premium trainer available for download over on Cheat Happens.
The trainer comes equipped with the following Valfaris cheats:
- Infinite Health
- Infinite Energy
- Super Jump
- Super Movement Speed
They’re pretty much the same as the ones from MegaDev, the only difference is that instead of coming with some free cheat options, all of them require a premium membership with Cheat Happens.
Last but not least (and probably most important) is a free cheat table for the Cheat Engine from Fearless Revolution.
The cheat table comes with the following options:
- Set Weapon Ranks
- Set Weapons For Stage
- Add All Weapons to Inventory
- Add Blood Metal
- Toggle Invincibility
- Toggle Infinite Energy
- Toggle Hud
- Add Save Crystal
- Subtract Save Crystal
The cheats basically give you everything from the other cheat trainers and then some.
The bonus is that you don’t even have to pay for the cheat table. Just download it and go.
Valfaris is also available for the Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and PS4. So even if you don’t have anything other than a potato PC, you can still get the game on home consoles. It’s definitely a game worth checking out if you enjoyed old-school, heavy metal side-scrollers from the old days where the heroes were real men and the bad guys just didn’t give any funks, then you’ll probably want to give the game a try on home consoles or on the Steam store for PC.