Rise of the Triad Discussion
Trainer Tools and Resources
Enabling the Console
Accessible by pressing the tilde key (~) or TAB key, the dev console allows you to input commands and change the way the game looks and performs. It also allows you to enable the game’s various cheats. While many of the following options are readily available in the game’s graphical options menu.
Type dipstick to enable cheats.
Warning: Keep in mind that cheating can likely cause unexpected things to occur in the game. It will also disable your score and achievements for the level.
Enables invincibility. You’ll never die. Bullets don’t affect you. Not even cupid’s arrows can penetrate your heart. (disclaimer: Cupid and his arrows are not actually in the game)
Allows you to fly. Doesn’t turn you into Jeff Goldblum, thankfully. An alternative to Mercury mode.
If you get tired of flying, you can walk. Plant your feet firmly back on the ground.
Enables godmode, infinite ammunition, and the excalibat. It’s the be-all, end-all of cheats.
Infinite ammunition. Shoot everything to your heart’s content and never run out of bullets. A must if you just want to mess around in the game.
Gives you bulletproof armor. Doesn’t matter much if you’re using godmode.
Gives you asbestos armor so that you take less damage from fire. Once again, it matters little if you’re using godmode.
Summons a bazooka for killing bad guys. It’s nice and simple.
Puts a Heat-seeker in your hands. Track those bad guys down. Keep in mind that the rockets will attempt to track targets through obstructions, so be sure to line up your target before pulling the trigger. Doesn’t work well in closed corridors.
Fire and forget. Gives you the Drunk Missile launcher a.k.a. the rocket chaingun. Turn your enemies into mince-meat.
Summons the Split Missile. Because two rockets are better than one.
Summons the Flamewall launcher. Burn all your enemies and spread their ashes across the map.
The developers call this the “Lamest Cheatcode Ever”. We disagree. It summons the firebomb launcher.
Places the Dark Staff in your hands so you can zap your enemies into oblivion.
Pulls the Excalibat out of thin air so you can hit home runs with the skulls of your enemies. Knock ‘em out of the ballpark.
Who’s a good boy? You are! You’re a good boy. Turns you into a dog. A deadly dog. Make short work of your enemies with your primary attack, or let loose a deadly howl that will kill everything within a radius with your alt-fire button.
Enables “God Mode”. Not to be confused with invincibility. God Mode lets you shoot magic out of your hands and kill everything in your path. You’re a supreme deity—for a time.
Enables “Mercury mode”, which gives you wings. It lets you fly to areas that are otherwise inaccessible by foot. The manual says it’s “incredibly useful for circumventing traps, avoiding enemies and locating secret areas.” We agree.
Be sure to grab a vomit bag. Elasto Mode will make you hurl. It turns you into a human pinball for a short period of time.
Enables “Shrooms mode”, the sort of thing that could get the game banned or at least refused classification in Australia—if it had any positive benefits to gameplay. Instead, it just makes your screen and controls wonky.
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I just can not remember what it was and even if it will work for this version of the game
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