You need Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 or higher, otherwise the trainer will crash.
You can download it here: www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=21
(You must install it only once)
Using this Trainer
Launch the trainer first, then launch the Game and then Press F1 at the Main Menu.
Listen for "Trainer Activated".
Press desired hotkey (trainer) and/or click on the upcoming green mark/arrow next to the value you've selected (editor) to change
Numpad 1: Infinite Health
Numpad 2: Infinite Mana
Numpad 3: Zero Worker Population
Numpad 4: Unlimited Treasures
Numpad 5: Unlimited Mushrooms
Numpad 6: Zero Dungeon Population
Numpad 7: Max Dungeon Population
Numpad 8: Max Traps Capacity
Numpad 9: Add Dungeon Level EXP
Numpad 0: Unlimited Materials
Numpad /: One Hit Kills
Numpad *: Units Aren't Hungry
Numpad -: Unlimited DEC Points
Numpad +: 99 / Reset Evolution Points
Edit: Current Mana
Edit: Maximum Mana
Edit: Current Mushrooms
Edit: Mushroom Capacity
Edit: Current Treasures
Edit. Treasure Capacity
Edit: Current Worker Population
Edit: Maximum Worker Population
Edit: Current Dungeon Population
Edit: Maximum Dungeon Population
Edit: Traps Capacity
Edit: Dungeon Level
Edit: Dungeon Level EXP
Edit: Current Materials
Edit: Current Health (Baal)
Edit: Maximum Health (Baal)
Edit: EXP (Baal)
- Infinite Health:
While active, all of your units are invincible.
- Units Aren't Hungry:
While active, all of your units don't need food anymore.
- One Hit Kills:
While active, all enemies including the heroes are easy targets.
- Zero Worker Population:
While active, you can summon as many units as you want.
- Add Dungeon Level EXP:
Please note that you still need to gain exp on usual way to level up.
- Edit EXP (Baal):
It's not recommended to set it higher than the amount of exp needed for next level.
- Edit All Kinds Of Capacity:
Please note that the capacity values are stored differently. As an example: A mushroom capacity value shown as 2 on the editor
means a capacity of 112 ingame. I recommend to save your game before editing.
- Edit Dungeon Level:
A value of 9 is level 10 ingame and do me a favor and do not try to set it above level 10 means do not put a value above 9 in the
editor. Just... don't... do it. I've tried and it is not recommended, specially if you haven't saved the game before.
- 99 / Reset Evolution Points:
Visit lobby, press this hotkey and leave and visit lobby again, your evolution points are set to 99. Press this hotkey again to
set your evolution points to zero.
Change hotkeys directly on the trainer/editor by selecting your desired hotkey via a drop down menu.
To save hotkeys press right mouse button on a hotkey and press save button on context menu.
A file will be created inside of the trainer/editor directory. If this file is missing or damaged the standard hotkey setup will
Windows 8 user and got a problem with opening a *.tmp file?
Right click on the file and select 'run as admin'
[Edited by moderator PWizard, 2/17/2013 8:07:24 AM]