Picroma’s Cube World got off to a pretty awful start on Steam. The game is plagued with bugs, some unfortunate hacks, and a rather hostile moderation team trying to scrub negative feedback from the forums. For those of you who purchased the game and are – for whatever reason – still playing it, there are some cheats to help make the repetitive missions, long-winded grind, and uninteresting characters a little more… entertaining.
The first cheat trainer is available for download from over on the MegaDev.info page.
The trainer comes jam-packed with the following Cube World cheats:
The trainer comes with both free and premium cheat options. There are four free cheats, including the hardcore options to lower your health and mana.
The rest of the cheats are premium-based and require a membership, including the infinite mana and god mode cheats.
There’s a completely free trainer available for download from over on WeMod.com.
The trainer features the following cheat options for Cube World:
You basically gain access to the same cheats like the one from MegaDev but you don’t have to sign up or make use of a premium membership to access the cheats.
You can easily give yourself infinite amounts of gold or deal super damage to enemies. You can access additional trainers using the WeMod app if you have other games where you want to cheat, then the aoo works well for that, too.
The next trainer is a premium trainer available from over on Cheat Happens.
The trainer contains the following Cube World cheat options:
The trainer features all the standard options and then some, including the ability to edit your character’s level, XP, and gold. There’s the ability to modify the in-game time, along with being able to freely craft whatever it is you want to craft.
Obviously, you’re plucking your brain for any kind of drawbacks, and the drawback comes in the form of Cheat Happens requiring a premium membership to make use of the cheats.
Now before you decide to hop into Cube World – if you haven’t already – be warned that the game has some serious issues. YouTuber Jade PG explained how the game has encountered some major problems with the community and how the moderators on the forum are trying to silence criticism.
But it’s not just that the game has issues with gameplay loops, bugs, and some hacking issues that may or may not have been properly fixed, there’s also an issue with silencing the people who are trying to bring awareness to these issues.
For instance, Twitter user Button_Pusher notified the wider public that they have been banned from the forums for bringing attention to the fact that people were having their games raided or brought into other games and being hacked via a multiplayer bug.
Wollay, tell your moderators “hi” for me
— Button_Pusher_ (@Button_Pusher_) October 3, 2019
His efforts to warn the community resulted in him being banned.
Previously, it was a newbie moderator who fessed up to committing some indiscretion when it came to pulling the trigger on banning users from the forums, but it turns out that the bans are still occurring and there’s a systematic approach to trying to silence naysayers and freedom fighters.
Whether or not the developer will stop fighting against the community long enough to actually fix the game remains to be seen, but right now Cube World is suffering for these uncouth antics, as the Steam store page currently shows that the game has a mixed rating due to these mounting issues.