Alicesoft’s Evenicle has been one of those classic H-games that managed to expand beyond the realm of simply being considered an adult RPG and is viewed by many as being an overall good RPG. A rare feat for a game with titty monsters, lolis, and enough uncensored scenes. Anyway, to help aid you in the actual gameplay segments, there are some cheats that can be utilized to make things a lot easier for you.
The first is a free cheat table available for the Cheat Engine that you can download from Fearless Revolution.
The table contains the following Evenicle cheats:
There are also some character options for Ramius, Riche, and Gurigura when it comes to modifying their skills. A few caveats, though: the cheat table works with the uncensored version of the game. So if you have the version that was purchased through MangaGamer’s store, then the cheats work just fine.
The latest updated table was not tested on the Steam version of Evenicle, so you may have to give it a go-to to see if it works. If it doesn’t, there’s another table in the thread designed for the Steam version that you can try as well. The versions were updated to accommodate some of the patches that were rolled out for the game.
There’s a second trainer available for download from Cheat Happens.
The trainer contains the following Evenicle cheats:
So the big difference here is that it doesn’t just modify the HP and money factors – two of the most important factors in any RPG, of course – it also allows you to modify other game-changing facets such as the speed, in case you want the battles and gameplay to go by a lot faster, as well as the offense and defense percentages for those of you who don’t want to cheat outright with HP and XP modifications but do want to modify some of the combat challenges in the game.
Given that is an adult game, Evenicle cheats aren’t just flowing out of the wazoo for this title, but what’s there is there.
As for the game itself, it’s an interesting mix of adult-oriented H-scenes and classical PSX-era role-playing.
Unlike a lot of other games in the genre that are shallow RPG Maker-style outings, Evenicle is fully in 3D as far as the gameplay mechanics and controls are concerned, with first-person, turn-based battle sequences where you utilize each party member’s attacks and skills to thwart the enemy.
The gameplay is very similar to old DRPGs on PC as far as the combat is concerned. The actual exploration and adventuring are done through the overhead, an isometric view not unlike classics like Wild Arms 3 or Breath of Fire IV.
You can either grab a copy of the game from the MangaGamer store or you can get your hands on the R18+ version over on the Steam store for $44.99.