This is a cheat for a program such as GameCheater. These kinds of programs
are used to search for resource values in memory.
The resource values in Star Trek: New Worlds are stored differently in memory.
An exact value search will fail.
The resource values have zeros appended to the end. Some have 3 zeros and other
Dilithium : value000
Polycomp : value000
Trans Al : value000
Nitrium : value00
Duranium : value00
The "value" is the resource value from within the game. If the resource value
for Dilithium was 660, then search for "660000".
Hint: Use the 4 BYTE data type. Once one of the resource values is found the
other should be easy to spot even if you get alot of matches. Look at the
memory address then add or sub 4 Bytes. The resource values are stored in
adjacented memory locations.
Submitted by: long john
First make a backup copy before making any changes.
Open up the file game.ini, which is located in the
main game directory, with any text editor.
Then change the following lines:
FedLevel=1 to FedLevel=100
KliLevel=2 to KliLevel=200
RomLevel=3 to RomLevel=300
TauLevel=4 to TauLevel=400
MetLevel=5 to MetLevel=500
HubLevel=6 to HubLevel=600
Submitted by: rickHH
Keep a close eye on the action. If the voice actors
are telling you that you are under attack, it is
probably already too late.
Construction, particularly fast construction, is
paramount (pun intended), so build multiple constructors
to speed things up.
Unit AI is twitchy. Keep a close eye on their alert
status. Switch them to Yellow when you're not watching,
or Red when dealing with multiple enemy attacks.