If you were a politician then the cheats for Anno 1800 would look like an easy way to stay in office forever. You wouldn’t have to do anything good for the people, you would have unparalleled amounts of influence, and all the money in the world… heck you would basically be Kim Jung Un. Well, if you’ve always dreamed of being a despotic hobbit with suits designed to make you look like an asymmetrically petrified tree, then you can grab the cheats for Anno 1800 right now.
The first cheat trainer is available for free from over on the Mr. Antifun forum.
The Anno 1800 cheat trainer contains the following options:
There’s also a second cheat trainer that’s available for free from over on WeMod.com.
The trainer comes with the following options:
Now these cheats definitely give you something a little bit different than what you would otherwise get form the Mr. Antifun trainer. The unlimited ship health would really come in handy for battles, along with the max diplomacy.
There’s also a premium trainer you can download from over on CheatHappens.com.
The trainer requires some coin, but it comes with the following Anno 1800 cheats:
While it will cost you a bit by condensing the constitution of your purse to concede coins to the coffers of Cheat Happens, the trainer, admittedly, will offer you everything that the other trainers offer and then a little something extra on top. So depending on how you view the risk and rewards will determine whether or not you’ll want to drop some credits into their coat pockets.
As for Anno 1800, the game is a real-time city building game from Blue Byte and Ubisoft. It’ll probably go down in history as being one of the more controversial releases for screwing over Steam users to snatch up an exclusivity deal with the pirate-enabling service known as the Epic Games Store.
That’s right, if you head on over to the Steam store page you’ll see that there’s a notice announcing that the game is no longer available for purchase…
“Sales of Anno 1800 will be discontinued on Steam after April 16th due to a publisher decision to make the game exclusive to another PC store.
“The publisher has assured us that all prior sales of the game on Steam will be fulfilled on Steam, and Steam owners will be able to access the game and any future updates or DLC through Steam.”
That’s a next level shyster move right there, especially considering that most people looking to purchase the game will likely head to the Steam page only to find that it’s not available to purchase.
It’s a real shame, too. Anno 1800 looks drop dead gorgeous. But apparently they wanted to cut their sales potential off at the knees because the short market reach and $1 million from Epic Games was worth more than actually making money selling the game on a platform where you can actually reach millions of customers.