Cheatchannel.com - PC GameCheats, Cheat Codes, Help, Faq, Computer Games, PC Game Cheats, cheats, PC cheats



Home | New Cheats | Cheats | Download | Games | Links | CheatBook | Contact | Games Trainer | Search
   

Browse By PC Games Title: 

   A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z  # 

Alternate Reality The City Cheats

Alternate Reality - The City

Submitted by: rickHH

GameTips:
---------
The City is a very hard game. You should back up your 
character disk as described in the manuals and cluebooks 
very often, (in the beginning, backing up after each succesfull
combat is a very good and safe thing to do), so you don't loose 
your character. Let's start from the very beginning:

When you are at the portal with the spinning stats, there are 
some things you should know in order to figure out what stats 
you want to keep an eye on. Naturally, Hit Points should
always be a priority, even though these increases alot with 
levels, since you tend to take alot of damage on early levels too. 
Anything (and this goes for all stats) under 10 is not very good. 
Strength increases with combat, and you will do alot of that, 
so if you want, you can chance skipping a few points there. 
If you want to buy a dagger or something, you should try to 
keep you money above about 150 coppers too.

After you have passed through the portal, a number of hidden 
stats will also be set. The physical speed can immideately be 
found out by visiting The Blue Wizards guild at 18E, 47N
(they will raise your Speed by 1 and also tell you how much you've 
got). Noticeability can also be figured out by the number of 
monster encounters you receive. If these are painfully high, 
you probably have a high noticeability too. There is also a 
stealth stat which determines wether you can suprise a monster 
or not. This will have to be estimated in the same way as the 
noticeability (and though it can be increased at Assassins 
Guild at 55E, 2N, they don't tell you how much it is).

There are also two hidden stats that start with set numbers. 
The Alignment stat, which starts at 128 (0 being evil, and 255 
being good) and the Treasure Finding stat which starts at 0. 
You can, however, find treasure anyway, so don't worry. Also, 
according to the cluebooks, the treasure stat can only be 
raised by potions, after wich it decreases as normal when 
you have found treasure. I don't know how gaining levels affect 
this stat (alignment does not go up with levels).

So, now you are in The City of Xebec's demise. Anything can 
happen now. If you want buy that dagger, find your way to 
Occum's Weaponsmiths at 19E, 32N, as your chance to find one 
at an affordable price is highest there (haggle if you want to, 
but he will throw you out if you make an "outrageous offer").

Have in mind wether you want to play evil or good; there is 
NO way in The City to increase you alignment once you've 
commited an evil act. Killing Commoners is evil, but they are 
easy prey in the beginning and have more money than some other 
monsters (see the Cluebook for a list of evil monsters, and 
note the music for unlisted ones). Muggers are easy prey for 
good characters in the beginning, having around 13 Hit Points 
and giving about 75 Experience. Also, if you dare to venture 
out at night, Gremlins are just as easy (if not easier) and 
almost always carry treasure. Beware for Thieves or Cutthroats 
though, and Warriors or Knights who will kill you at an instant 
(and rob you and then kill you if you try to run away).

As you will notice, money is vital. The cheapest place to sleep 
is Sleeping Dragon Inn at 60E, 6N where the common floor costs 5 
coppers. And at The Tavern (20E, 62N accesible through the far 
northwest city wall) you can even get free water, which actually 
costs a couple of coppers in other taverns. Food packets and 
Water flasks are sold randomly at the taverns across town, and are 
consumed automatically in The City.

The Cluebooks also warns you about entering Banks after year one. 
This is a known bug. The code lacks a line which stops the banks 
from counting months after the year ends, so what happens is 
that the game calculates interest (and failures) for months 12-255 
until it reaches month 0 again (which is quite alot of 
calculations for an Atari computer). So either, if you're 
extremely lucky, you will have received 243 months of rent, or 
morelikely, your accounts have failed and you've lost all your 
money (ie. it's best to withdraw all your money in the month of 
Lights).

A final note: As stated in the cluebook, if you disengage from 
a monster, it may steal from you. However, what it doesn't say 
is that EVERYONE will steal from you. No matter what monster 
it is, there is a very good chance that it will take you money! 
(Trust me, I've seen Commoners, Ghosts and even Knights steal, 
and the first thing they nag is all your gems and jewelry.) 
Food packets and water flasks can also be stolen, in addition 
to valuables.
Submit your codes!
Having Alternate Reality The City codes we dont have yet?
Submit them through our form

Visit CheatBook for Alternate Reality - The City Cheats, Tips or Hints!
Visit Cheatinfo for Alternate Reality The City Cheat Codes or FAQs!

Spotlight NEW Version CheatsBook DataBase 2014

PC Games, Games, PC Game Cheats, Video Games cheat codes, cheat, FAQs, Walkthrough

CheatBook DataBase 2014 is a freeware "cheat-code tracker" that makes hints Tricks and cheats (for PC, Walkthroughs, PSP, Sega, Wii, Playstation, Playstation 2, Playstation 3, Nintendo 64, DVD, Gameboy Advance, Gameboy Color, N-Gage, Nintendo DS, XBox, XBox 360, Gamecube, Dreamcast, Super Nintendo) easily accessible from one central location. All Cheats inside from the first CHEATBOOK january 1998 until today.

More Infos


© 2014 Cheatchannel.com | Privacy