Folk Tale Cheats
Numpad 1: Unlimited Resources
- Unlimited Resources:
While active you get unlimited resources by spending some.
Select the hotkey you want to change and press your desired key or key combination.
To reset all hotkeys at once toggle 'Use Controller' twice. Controller hotkeys are not customizable.
Double click on a value to open the inline editor. Simple type your desired value and press return key.
Pressing SPACE key will freeze the current value which indicates a 'X' symbol next to the description.
The category 'TYPE' is showing you how the value is stored in the memory. For more information visit:
Open 'Controller HowTo' tab at the trainer interface for a detailed instruction on how to use a controller.
Don't forget to activate 'Use Controller' at the main page.
The trainer requires .NET framework 4.5 or above.
[Edited by PWizard, 10/31/2014 4:01:11 PM]
according to their blog sept 2011 or something
game as its now is in alpha state, and the thing thats playable is only the tutorial, they are busy with some sort of sandbox, also no campaign yet, also some bugs seem to be in it of course, which they want to iron out by means of alpha release, and the community helping track them
Also the game as its now is only 30 minutes, and you pay if in europe 16.99 euros for it
[Edited by jackbig, 5/31/2013 8:16:21 AM]
anybody agree with me about the game company ripping us all of..
after all they pay less for the developer & bug fixer ( whatever u call them ) & everything else.
but hey why should we when we can have a free everything by us stupid people
This isn't anything outside the norm nowadays with indie companies. They release an alpha state game for a small fee so you can get a feel for what the game will be like. They do this because they don't have a big company or investors with lots of startup capital so they have to get the money from somewhere, why not crowdfund it by asking a $19 "donation"?
I honestly don't mind paying a little up front to get a product in an alpha state. In it's finished state the price will go up and you will have bought it beforehand. Some games like "Kinetic Void", "Kenshi", and "StarDrive" I just bought while they were dirt cheap and didn't install until they get closer to final release. Kenshi is in an alpha state and probably will be for a long time considering the development team is 2 people, but it's still fun to play.
Support the developers who create the games you enjoy.
[Edited by Kukafuchi, 6/1/2013 11:22:57 AM]
firewall and other security software.
on trainer and game.
version and distribution.