Neoverse Cheats Feature God Mode, Infinite Gold, Infinite Armor

Neoverse Cheats

Chinese developer Tinogames launched Neoverse back in the latter half of February this year. The game managed to resonate strongly with Chinese gamers, garnering it quite a few positive review scores in the process. For those of you who picked up the Chinese strategy RPG and feel like cheesing your way to victory, there are some cheats for that.

The first cheat trainer is available for download from over on

The trainer contains the following cheats for Neoverse:

  • Infinite Gold
  • Infinite Mana
  • Infinite Skill Points
  • Infinite Armor
  • Easy Drain Enemy Armor
  • Godmode
  • Easy Drain Enemy Health

The cheats feature all the standard fare options you would expect from a trainer. However, not all of the cheats are accessible for free.

The infinite gold cheat is free for everyone, but if you want to make use of the other cheats you’re going to have to lay down some real life coin to start a membership with MegaDev.

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There’s another premium trainer available for download from over on Cheat Happens.

The trainer comes with the following Neoverse cheats:

• Unlimited Gold
• Unlimited Skill Points
• No Player Damage
• Unlimited Mana

They don’t offer you the same level as options as the MegaDev trainer, but they still cover all the basics.

As mentioned, the Cheat Happens trainer also requires a premium membership.

Thankfully, there are some free cheat options available for Neoverse, the first of which can be acquired from on The Cheat Script.

  • Unlimited Money
  • Get HP Addresses
  • God Mode
  • Instant Kill
  • Unlimited Mana
  • Force Pause (Toggle: Pause Break)
  • Speedhack (Ctrl+/Ctrl-

This is a free cheat table that you can download for the Cheat Engine.

All you have to do is load the table up into the Cheat Engine and boot up Neoverse with the options activated that best suits your play-style, and bam! You’re good to go.

And last but not least is another free cheat table from over on Fearless Revolution.

The table comes with the following cheats for Neoverse:

Usage info:
Scripts with “To Activate: XXX” can only be activated (put an “X” into the box) after doing action XXX.
Scripts with “To Update: XXX” will only update their effect after doing action XXX.
Addresses with “XXX?” will enable the script effect XXX when 1 is put into the Value.

In general:
A. Do action YYY.
B. Activate (put an X) the “Initialization (Activate This First, To Activate: YYY)” script.
C. Activate (put an X) the “Base Address Scan (To Activate: YYY, To Update: ZZZ)” script.
D. Enable (put a 1) the desired effect. Example: “Set Health to Max?” address.
E. Do action ZZZ.

“HP Set to Max?” sets HP to max.
“Armor Set to Massive?” sets Armor to massive.
“Buffs Set to Massive?” sets Buffs to massive.
“Skill Points Set to Massive?” sets Skill Points to massive.
“Item Slots Set to Massive?” sets Item Slots to massive.
“Mana Set to Massive?” sets Mana to massive.
“Combo Set to Easy?” sets Combo to only 1 card needed.

The table maker, Shinkansen, warns that code is generated at launch for Neoverse, so the table has a high chance of not working or crashing when you attempt to use it. There’s also the issue that with every major update cheat tables for the Cheat Engine have a tendency of stop working. This is usually not the case with most cheat trainers, so that’s something you’ll have to keep in mind if you attempt to use one or the other.

Neoverse is available right now on the Steam store for PC. The game carries a $19.99 price tag.

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