"Napoleon: Total War" Cheats

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"Napoleon: Total War" Cheats
Vie with or play as Napoleon for control of the known world. (Photos.com/Photos.com/Getty Images)

"Napoleon: Total War" is a turn-based strategy game in which players take control of one of the nations during the Napoleonic Wars and attempt to take over the world through commerce, politics, and plain martial strength. Turn-based strategy games in the "Total War" franchise tend to be unforgiving, which can take the enjoyment out of the game for casual players. Fan-made cheating programs, called trainers, can be used to file the hard edges off of the game. "Napoleon: Total War" is unusual in the franchise for only having a single trainer, the Mega Trainer.

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Unlimited Movement

In turn-based strategy games, characters and vehicles can only move when it is their turn, and then only a predefined distance. This limits what your trading units, army, navy, and the entire empire can do at any one time. With the Mega Trainer installed, pressing the "2" key will make it so that your units can move an unlimited amount every turn.

One Turn Construction

Turns equal time in "Napoleon: Total War". It takes a predefined number of turns to build a ship or building. The larger and more valuable the unit or the building, the more turns it will take to complete. When you press the "3" key, the Mega Trainer will cause everything you can build to take only a single turn.

Demoralise Unit

The Mega Trainer has one ability that takes all skill out of battle. When entering battle, press the ";" key, then hold your mouse pointer over the enemy unit. You will see its number go down to zero. When your unit attacks it next, the demoralised unit will either be defeated effortlessly or will just retreat.

Infinite Funds

When you press the "1" key, your money will never deplete, no matter how many purchases you make.

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