Trainer Tools and Resources
Numpad 1: Infinite Health
Numpad 2: Unlimited Ammo
Numpad 3: Super Jump
Numpad 4: Unlimited Jumps
Numpad 5: Add 25 Coins
Edit: Jump Height
- Super Jump:
While active you jump much more heigher. Must be re-activated when using a portal
or loading a new level.
- Unlimited Jumps:
While this option is active you can jump as many times as you want in a row.
However it also breaks the jump height but if you keep pressing it you basically
have a fly mode as falling down is broken too then.
The trainer requires .NET framework 4.5 or above.
The trainer does not work on Vista or older.
What's the level edit option meant to do? The game doesn't have any level up system or anything like that. Tried it and didn't seem to do anything. Rest of the options worked correctly.
So the "coins" are like mario, 100 = extra life.
Btw pretty sure they are called shards in this game.
Not that it really matters, since you got an option to grant them. Getting over 100 via the trainer doesn't trigger an extra life, but soon as you get 1 more you do, and they are all over the entire game so it's fine.
Turok (2008) is a 360/ps3 game roughly ported to pc in 2008, it was made by entirely different developer/publisher then the original. It's a complete reimagining kind of thing, has no similarities other than the theme.
Turok: Dinosaur Hunter (1997) is a n64 release, ported to pc the same year, again very poorly.
The steam release is a remaster of the 1997 version, built mostly from the n64 version, but with a new engine, it's vastly superior in many ways.
Proper titles are:
1997 - Turok: Dinosaur Hunter
2008 - Turok
2015 - Turok: Dinosaur Hunter (2015) or by it's windows titlebar: Turok EX
(Yea I know it's dumb they named these 3 basically the same, when 1 of them is not the same game at all, and the remaster is different enough to deserve its own title)
Steam also calls it the correct name here:
But yea call it whatever you want, doesn't really matter.
The issue is you have trainers for two entirely different games that bare no resemblance at all on the same page. Rather confusing. EG: I click on the box art for a game I remember is pretty boring, to get to a game i know is pretty awesome.
Was confused for a while and thought maybe you oddly uploaded a trainer for the 1997 ver in 2008, only way I could distinguish it was the fact you have an option for unlimited flares, but that game has no flares.
I mean if that was the way your gonna do it as a standard perhaps.. But you named Star Wars Battlefront (2015) Star Wars Battlefront 3, and didn't share its page with the original game of the exact same name.
Separate pages would be better.
[Edited by Eleventeen, 1/7/2016 7:35:58 PM]
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