Load the game with "Cyber". Select "Strategic Campaign" from the
menu. From there, you'll want to select "new" game. You'll see
some sort of grid-you'll want to select the first guy as "human",
and the rest as you wish this game only cheats on the first player,
so you can't have two humans playing each other and cheating.
Select whatever you want any of the other guys to be (human,
computer, inactive), then select "go" or whatever it tells you to
do. It'll ask you your name. You _must_ enter "FLT CHEAT", or else
the address of the game gets all screwy and it'll never work for
you. Then you select the skill levels of the computers you'll be
playing against. A screen'll come up, with a bunch of icons. The
one in the top right corner of the icon box, a jagged-line thing,
is the button you want. Click that. Now you're in the game.
Select the disk icon (bottom right most), and you'll get another
menu. Save the game as whatever you want, and then select Cancel
to get you out of the menu. Quit the game (click twice), and then
comes the cheat-a lot less complicated. Now, if you saved the game
as "game 1", type the below replacing x with 1. If you saved the
game as game 3, type the below replacing x with 3. Load Cyber up
once again, select strategic campaign, and then on the far right
you'll see a "load" box. Click on that, select the proper game,
and then kickass.
DEBUG GAMEx.DAT (Where x is the save game number)
E120 3B 9A CA 00
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