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Are there any cheats

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Well, you can edit the parts, and if you press ctrl+shift+alt+d, you can open the debug console, which gives you the most important cheats.

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Well, you can edit the parts, and if you press ctrl+shift+alt+d, you can open the debug console, which gives you the most important cheats.

That sequence doesn't do anything. Is it incorrect or am I hitting them in the wrong order?

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Hold the modifier keys down then hit D. It's not like a console game where you hit them in a sequence.

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Capt'n Skunky

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Hold down all three: left alt, left shift, and left ctrl; press d, then release the other three keys.

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There's not really any built-in cheats, but for what you're thinking of, mechjeb will probably helpp you accomplish that goal.

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I don't see why would you require cheats, after all, the point of the game is not to brag about how you got to the mun by teleporting there. It's about bragging how you got to the mun with 4 liquid engines.

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The point of a game is to have fun, not bragging

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The point of a game is to have fun, not bragging

This.

All the challenges people create here on the forums are basically to add more fun to the game, but if someone gets a thrill out of randomly flying spaceships all over the place in a pseudo-successful manner using cheats then so be it. It's possible within the limitations of the game, so it's fine.

Anyway, other than using the debug thing, you can directly edit part files. In general the best things to do are:

- Find the FuelConsumption line and set it to 0, meaning an engine no longer uses fuel and you need only attach it to one small fuel tank

- Find the Thrust line and set it a very large number, meaning the engine can effectively lift millions of tons of rocket up in the air on low throttle, which is weird

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