Note: This procedure involves editing game files; create a backup copy of the files before proceeding. In enter the “scripts” subdirectory in the game folder. You will find files such as “Land1” and other subdirectory called “Playgrounds”. Inside that subdirectory, there are files such as “TwoGods”. Use a text editor to edit those files to edit values related to the land, such as miracles. You can also change the amount of food and wood in your village store by adjusting the numbers in the brackets. You can set your town belief and influence radius by editing Player and Town influence. Try changing those values to “99999999”. For miracles, it depends on what kind of god you want to be. If you are evil, you can change the “WATER_PU1” or “FOOD” Miracles to “FIRE_PU2” for five fireballs; or “BEAM_EXPLOSION_PU2” for the powerful mega-blasts. If you want to be good, try adding “HEAL_PU1”. Use trial and error to find the desired effect. You can also move or delete objects. Note: Do not set values over “99999999” to avoid unintentional side effects. Many miracles will be listed in the scripts themselves. Miracles can also have power-ups, represented by “PU1” or “PU2”.
Note: This procedure involves editing game files; create a backup copy of the files before proceeding. In enter the “scripts” subdirectory in the game folder. You will find files such as “Land1”, “Land2”, etc. Use a text editor to open those files and search for lines similar to:
Change the “1.000000” values to”99999999″ and start a new game.
Custom villager names:
Note: This procedure involves editing a game file; create a backup copy of the file before proceeding. Use a text editor to edit the “names.txt” file in the game folder. You can change the names contained in the file as desired, for example use friends or family. However, the number of names in the file must match the number listed in the first line.
Get any creature:
Note: This procedure involves changing a game file; create a backup copy of the file before proceeding. Enter the “lionhead studios ltdlack