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The Riftbreaker Cheats Guide

Welcome to our The Riftbreaker Cheats Guide. This is what I’ve found while playing around with the command console.

The Riftbreaker Cheats Guide

TO START YOU HAVE TO EXIT THE DEMO VERSION GO TO TRIAL.
FIND THIS FILE IN THE GAME FOLDER ( initial_config.cfg)
The Riftbreaker Prologue \ conf \ initial_config.cfg
FIND LINE (set demo_mode 1 AND CHANGE 1 TO 0)
Command Effect

cheat_enable_debug_menu [0/1] – Enables the sandbox menu; Press the F11 key to open it. (Gives all kinds of monsters, resources, pagoda, phenomena, earthquake, etc.)
cheat_reveal_minimap [0/1] – Opens a mini map.
cheat_god_mode [0/1] – Makes you immortal.
cheat_set_player_health [0/9999] – Sets health.
cheat_remove_all_units [0/1] – Removes all objects currently visible on the minimap.
cheat_add_all_items [0/1] – Adds all items to inventory. ( CAUTION SOME OBJECTS ARE ABLE TO BREAK THE GAME).
cheat_no_clip [0/1] – The player can go through obstacles. (Similar to a knock clip).
THIS IS WHILE EVERYONE IS READING THE CODES THAT I TESTED. (SUCCESSFUL GAME )

About The Riftbreaker

There were so many moments while playing The Riftbreaker where I stood at the precipice of annihilation: my resources dwindling, my base relatively undefended as I scrambled to put out fires, and tens of thousands of aggressive aliens marching in my direction. Whether I was managing resources, constructing my base of operations, making upgrade decisions for my mech, or battling hordes of enemies, this RTS/top-down shooter hybrid rarely let me feel at ease – in a good way. Even with several unfortunate bugs and a bland story, surviving by the skin of my teeth through meticulous time management and split-second decision-making made it all worth it.

As a frontiersman sent to colonize the uncharted planet of Galatea 37, you run around in a mech and have to establish a base of operations, survive the incredibly hostile local flora and fauna, and open a portal back to Earth before you get eaten by several thousand monsters (or have a panic attack in real life). The characters and story are bland and forgettable and feel like an afterthought that’s mostly used as an excuse to give you increasingly challenging objectives to complete. The writing and voice acting in particular are often laughable, and the main character, Ashley, is about as interesting as a sheet of drywall. But The Riftbreaker succeeds in so many other ways that I found it pretty easy to ignore the awful banter playing in the background.

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