Little Green Men Games’ Starpoint Gemini 3 entered into Early Access back in early September to mixed user reviews, and a number of complaints regarding certain aspects of the gameplay. If you aren’t the kind of gamer who is patient enough to wait for patches to make Starpoint Gemini 3 playable, there are some cheats that might help you out.
The first cheat trainer is available for free from over on WeMod.com.
The trainer contains the following cheats for Starpoint Gemini 3:
The cheats enable just about everything you could want to game the system and overcome any of the opposition the AI could muster to throw at you.
The best part about it is that the trainer is free and part of the WeMod app, so you also have easy access to other free cheat trainers as well.
The next trainer comes in both free and premium options and is available from over on MegaDev.info.
You gain access to the following cheats in the Starpoint Gemini 3 trainer:
The trainer’s free options include being able to make use of the free and unlimited credits. However, beyond that all the other cheats will require a premium membership.
The next trainer is entirely premium and it’s available over on Cheat Happens.
The trainer features the following Starpoint Gemini 3 cheats:
The trainer will equip you with just about everything you would need to make your way through the game without any troubles whatsoever.
As mentioned above, though, the trainer is premium and will require a membership with Cheat Happens to make use of the tool.
The game itself is a hybrid sandbox space title where you take on the role of Jonathan Bold and dogfight, explore, and quest your way across an expansive and hostile galaxy.
The major problem right now is that the Early Access version of Starpoint Gemini 3 lacks a lot of polish. There are consistent complaints about the tutorial, issues with the quests, and some cringe-inducing story elements.
However, the good part is that the game is still in Early Access, and while it’s available over on the Steam store for $19.99, it isn’t due to graduate from the developmental phase until 2020 or 2021. So there’s plenty of time to flesh out the gameplay loops and polish up some of the other quality of life features.