I do not understand the aversion towards origin, to be frank. I don't care which platform provides a good game. If I had to use 10 different ones, who cares. Origin has improved, actually. Automated install while Massive Effect 3 was manual install not too long ago. So, there
Numpad 1: Unlimited Health Numpad 2: Unlimited Energy Numpad 3: Super Speed Numpad 4: Super Jump Numpad 5: Tactical Synergy Numpad 6: Mega Ammo Numpad 7: No Reload Numpad 8: Invisible Numpad 9: Increased Accuracy Numpad 0: Unlimited Inventory Numpad *: Zoom 2 Levels Numpad -: Save Position Numpad +: Teleport Numpad .: Undo Teleport Numpad /: ALL OFF F5 Key: 99 Nano Upgrade Points
As has become too common, the developers of this game have added multiple scanners to this game to detect if the game has been tampered with. If these scanners detect the trainer manipulating the game it will immediately close the game. Therefore, we suggest that you turn on options only when needed and sparingly. Also, between missions, we suggest you use the ALL OFF option to reset the trainer to ALL OPTIONS OFF.
Numpad 1: Unlimited Health - this will keep your health high.
Numpad 2: Unlimited Energy - this will keep your energy topped off.
Numpad 3: Super Speed - toggle on for greater sprint speed.
Numpad 4: Super Jump - toggle on for higher jumps. It's probably best to have unlimited health on when jumping.
Numpad 5: Tactical Synergy - toggle this on, and you can use multiple suit powers at once. It's probably best to toggle on the stealth power first, then turn this on, then the rest of them.
Numpad 6: Mega Ammo - for the current gun, press this and you will have more ammo.
Numpad 7: No Reload - for the current gun, press this and you will have a large gun clip so that you do not need to reload for a long while.
Numpad 8: Invisible - when you first enter an area, press this key and the enemies will not be able to see you. Toggle again to allow them to behave normally.
Numpad 9: Increased Accuracy - for the current gun and possibly others, press this key and then when you fire the first round most guns will have improved accuracy.
Numpad 0: Unlimited Inventory - you MUST TURN THIS ON before entering the missions. Once you are in the missions, you will be able to pick up many items at once instead of the usual two weapons and etc.
Numpad *: Zoom 2 Levels - each press adds more zoom. The 3rd press sets the zoom to normal.
Numpad -: Save Position - this will save your current position in the game world.
Numpad +: Teleport - this will teleport you to the saved position.
Numpad .: Undo Teleport - this will undo the teleport.
Numpad /: ALL OFF - this shuts off all options that are toggled on that constantly work, such as energy and health. It is wise to use this when a new mission is loading or between saves.
F5 Key: 99 Nano Upgrade Points - once you are able to upgrade your suit, press this key and then press 'H' to enter the upgrade menu. You will have 99 points. You may have to collect at least 1 point normally and/or wait until the game allows you to upgrade as part of the story to use your points.
This trainer will allow you to customize the keys if you desire! There are two ways to do this. One is the built-in custom key creation and the other is the Trainer Customizer.
Built-in Custom Key Creation (this feature is not in Promo Trainers)
To create a custom key, make sure you have pressed F1 to activate the trainer. Next, mouse over the option description on the trainer and press the left mouse button. You will hear "Select Key". Select the key on your keyboard that you wish to use. The program will then say "Activated" and the option listed on the trainer will update to the key you selected and will have "Custom" before it. You can also click ANY option with the mouse button and then press the ESC key to reset the trainer options back to their default keys. You will need to do this each time you start the trainer or use the Trainer Customizer described below.
Alternatively, you can also use our Trainer Customizer to accomplish this! Download it from our trainer troubleshooting page (link below).
Having trouble getting the trainer to work? Visit our forums at www.cheathappens.com and check out our TRAINER TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE for helpful tips:
AUTHENTICITY NOTICE (Does not apply to PROMO or FREE trainers): -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
In an effort to maintain the integrity of the files downloaded from our site and to prevent illegal file sharing, this trainer will perform an authenticity check while in use. This check requires an Internet connection and the trainer will not run if a connection is absent or if the trainer is blocked by a security application. NO INFORMATION, PERSONAL OR OTHERWISE, IS SENT TO CHEAT HAPPENS DURING THIS PROCESS. This check is only performed on trainers that have been personalized for individual use, not our PROMO or FREE trainers. If you want/need to use the trainer offline, please go to our trainer troubleshooting page for instructions on how to obtain an offline key to avoid online checks.
[Edited by PWizard, 2/21/2013 7:31:30 AM]
The trainer doesnt work when I am in the game. I have to alt-tab so that I am at desktop and press F1 but then game closes directly doesn't matter in which level/mission I am...
Would be best if you could improve the trainer so it doesn't close the game...
Open trainer Open game Get to main screen and press F1 Nothing Press f1 again Nothing Slow button mash of f1 (as in prod, wait, prod, wait, prod, wait) General button mash of f1 Game crashes 'Trainer activated' Face Palm
Cannot deactivate DEP on either crysis 3.exe or origin as (DEP restrictions are required for this program to run'
Any clues or am I flogging a dead horse?
(if so will sell the horse as beef and make some money :P)
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@hotjack -- this is nothing to "improve" on the trainer. Trainer works fine. It's the game that needs to be "improved" by removing the millions of anti-cheat checks in the SINGLE PLAYER GAME. So I suggest you bark up EA's tree and no ours.
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I think the trend of putting in anti cheats into the single player parts of games stems from the new trend of charging more money for cheats via micro transactions. EA tested the waters with mass effect 3 ammo in multiplayer... run out of bullets give us a dollar and reload.... sadly people paid it. Then dead space 3. Don't want to wait for mats from your bots to craft better weapons pay us and we will give them to you right away.
Sadly unless people start telling these company's they don't like this new trend by not handing over their wallets it will continue and in fact get worse.
In the old days you hit the ~ key typed god and your set. Then you had to enabled the console through commands. Then you had to edit ini files. Then you had to get trainers. Then you HAD to pay the company more money. I fear whats next. It's really sad just how much these company's really don't want you to enjoy yourself. If it wasn't for cheathappens i wouldn't even play games any more, honestly. ( love you guys ) Keep up the good fight. I have a feeling the anti cheat checks in single player games will only be getting worse and worse.
And you know whats worse than anything. This trend has one purpose. To make a product that you will not enjoy. But that you will buy just because it's a sequel and the previous title was good. And then make you pay more money to enjoy the product you already paid good money for in the first place. Just like the season pass for dlc i expect extra resource packs or cheat packs soon coming from EA or Activison/Blizzard to a origin/steam near you.
That being said trainer works great for me so long as i disable it in-between levels