Beautiful Desolation Cheats Offer Infinite Credits

Beautiful Desolation Cheats

South African developer The Brotherhood released Beautiful Desolation to quite a positive pop from point-and-click prodigies, putting it on the fast track to becoming a genre-based sleeper hit of 2020. For gamers who found themselves having a difficult time navigating the world or completing some of the puzzles, there are cheats for that.

The first cheat trainer is available for download from over on MegaDev.info.

The trainer comes with the following Beautiful Desolation cheats:

  • +100 Credits (At Sanctum)
  • Super Min Zoom
  • Super Max Zoom
  • Reset Credits to 0

I have no idea why you would want to reset tour credits to zero, but I suppose if you’re a masochist looking to make things more difficult for yourself, then boom… there you go.

However, if credits were difficult for you to come by in the game, you can make use of the infinite credits cheat to completely bypass that little problem.

What’s more is that the MegaDev trainer is completely free. Unlike some other trainers that require a premium membership to make use of the more elaborate or worthwhile options, every cheat option for Beautiful Desolation is free.

There’s a second cheat trainer available for download over on Cheat Happens.

The trainer only comes with two cheats for Beautiful Desolation:

• Game Speed
• Edit: Credits

Unlike the MegaDev trainer both cheats are not free, and you cannot download the trainer without first signing up for a premium membership with Cheat Happens.

It’s also interesting because the premium trainer contains fewer options than the free alternative.

On the flip side, the Cheat Happens trainer does come with the ability to speed up or slow down the game by modifying the game speed. This is likely going to be a useful cheat for those who find themselves becoming annoyed with all the backtracking. So that’s something to consider as well.

As for Beautiful Desolation, the game is currently available right now over on the GOG.com store and over on the Steam store for $19.99.

One Angry Gamer’s own Kevin did a review of the game, which you can check out right here in case you wanted to get a heads-up on what it was like before taking a dive into the post-apocalyptic adventure game.

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