Eidos and Square have completely bungled the Thief franchise. What should have been an advancement on stealing things and using stealth turned into a complete joke with the 2014 outing of the now-forgotten Thief game for the PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One. Gamers would probably rather rinse that from memory if it’s still in their memory.
However, other developers have decided to pick up the slack by creating a modern-day thief simulator, giving gamers a more advanced form of larceny than any previous Thief outing from Eidos. A good example of that is Noble Muffins’ Thief Simulator, which is an advanced thieving simulator available on PC right now.
The game is published by Playway SA and recently came out on November 9th. For gamers who already own a copy of this rather complex game and are in need of cheats, there are a few trainers available.
The first trainer is available for free from the Mr. Antifun page.
Thief Simulator trainer includes the following options:
There are a few things you’ll need to take into consideration before activating the cheats. First, you’ll need to actually enter into the game world and make sure it’s fully loaded before opening the3 trainer. In order to make use of the infinite skill points cheat, proceed to open the skill window and then activate the infinite skill points cheat.
For the no police alert cheat, you must first activate the undetected cheat so that the police won’t be alerted and they won’t be able to detect you in case you trip an alarm or someone witnesses you.
You can check out a gameplay video for the game below courtesy of GrayStillPlays.
There’s a second cheat trainer available over on Cheat Happens.
The trainer sports the following options:
The cheats all help with various types of thieving activities available in the game, whether it be trying to break into an iPhone, steal someone’s sedan, taking a microwave, lifting an Xbox 360, or taking a flat-screen TV.
You can pick up a digital copy of Thief Simulator over at the Steam store for $19.99.