Even though Total War: Troy has succeeded this entry, Three Kingdoms is a game that's beloved by its fanbase, and that's also extended to cheats for it.
Cheats are almost a lost art in games today; one would find a list of cheats in a magazine, and would try them out once they had finished the game to see how the codes would manipulate the levels you had completed.
While some games view cheats as DLC, fans in the community have taken upon themselves to break the game open and have their own cheats freely available.
With that, lets look at the cheats ready to be used in Three Kingdoms.
A Trainer of Cheats
If you want to just get right into the cheats as soon as you launch the game, you can use a 'Cheat Trainer' program that binds certain keys to cheats.
The Cheat Trainer for Three Kingdoms enables certain cheats such as:
- Unlimited Supplies
- Unlimited Money
- Max EXP
- Weak Enemies
- God Mode
There's many more, but if you want to start off a new save with these cheats, it's the easiest method.
This type of trainer has also been used for other games such as Resident Evil 3, Halo 2, Streets of Rage 4 and many more. It's a unique way of extending the game, and it can make certain events even more fun, such as when you run into Nemesis in Resi 3.
An Engine of Cheats
Another popular method is to use the 'Cheat Engine' system for Three Kingdoms.
This allows a player to activate a cheat by their choosing at any point during the game, while also adding any new cheats if someone has found an exploit.
You only need to follow this link and the instructions will enable you to have even more cheats activated in Three Kingdoms.
While cheats are simply bad form when used in a multiplayer game, for a single-player game it can help prolong a game further, no matter how short or terrible the game was. With these guides, you may find yourself enjoying games that you previously only played for a short time.