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Homeworld Remastered Collection Cheats

Homeworld Remastered Collection

Cheat Codes:
Submitted by: David K.

The following cheats are from the original Homeworld. Some of them may or may not work
in the remastered version – you’ll have to check to make sure. To use these cheats,
add the code (the number or word with the “/” at the start) to the shortcut parameters.
You can see those by right-clicking on the icon to see the properties.
If the “/” doesn’t work, you can all try a dash “-” instead of the “/”.

1024×768 resolution : /1024
1280×1024 resolution : /1280
16-bit color : /d16
1600×1200 resolution : /1600
24-bit color : /d24
32-bit color (more precise 24-bit) : /d32
640×400 resolution : /640
800×600 resolution : /800
Add subtitles : /closeCaptioned
Allow LAN play with any version : /forceLAN
Camera starts at (0,0,0) instead of the Mothership : /smCentreCamera
Debug mode : /debug
Disables bi-linear filtering : /noFilter
Disables bigfiles : /ignoreBigfiles
Disables captaincy log files : /captaincyLogOff
Disables computer players : /noCompPlayer
Disables front-end textures : /NoFETextures
Disables KNI : /disableKatmai
Disables minimize using Alt + Tab : /noMinimize
Disables mode 3 error : /nodebugInt
Disables movie sequences : /disableAVI
Disables network logging files : /logOff
Disables packed textures : /disablePacking
Disables pausing using Alt + Tab : /noPause
Disables perspective hints : /nohint
Disables polygon smoothing : /noSmooth
Disables retreat tactics : /noretreat
Disables sound effects : /noSound
Disables tactics : /notactics
Disables talking : /noSpeech
Disables textures : /nilTexture
Disables window border : /noBorder
Display game in window : /window
Enables captaincy log files : /captaincyLogOn
Enables dock lines : /dockLines
Enables gun lines : /gunLines
Enables network logging files : /logOn
Enables slow screen bits : /slowBlits
Enables verbose logging files : /logOnVerbose
Full screen mode (default) : /fullscreen
Gathers stats : /gatherStats
Generates stats log file : /statLogOn
Global memory heap size setter : /heap (int)
Harder computer opponents : /determCompPlayer
Light lines in debug mode : /lightLines
Logs AI : /aiplayerLog
Logs data files loaded : /logFileLoads
Make an int 3 when a sync error occurs : /intOnSync
Make bowties on ships : /boxes
NIS testing using nisFile : /testNIS
NIS testing using scriptFile : /testNISScript
No damage effects : /noShowDamage
No stars, asteroids, etc. : /noBG
Play a demo : /demoPlay
Play packet recordings : /packetPlay
Record a demo : /demoRecord
Record packets during multiplayer games : /packetRecord
Records packets and saves frequently : /debugSync
Resets rendering systems to default : /sw
Set path for opening files : /prepath x | path
Set path to CD-ROM : /CDpath x | path
Stipple alpha (renderer) : /stipple
Swap speaker output : /reverseStereo
Text feedback in game commands : /textFeedback
Use 24-bit color : /truecolor
Use direct sound driver : /dsound
Use Direct3D : /d3d
Use F11 to toggle free mouse movement : /freemouse
Use KNI : /forceKatmai
Use OpenGL : /gl
Use rGL device : /device (sw|fx|d3d)
Use waveout : /waveout

Unlimited Resources Units:
Alter your game files at your own risk and ALWAYS make backups!

You can give yourself unlimited RUs in Homeworld (in Classic, Remastered, 1, or 2).
Complete the process outlined below carefully. Find your copy of Homeworld saved on
your hard drive, which is often located here: C:Steam Gamessteamappscommon

Once you have found the folder, navigate them in this order:
HomeworldRM (folder) –> Bin (folder) –> Profiles (folder) –> Profile1
(folder… this may vary if you have multiple Profiles) –> Campaign (folder)
–> Ascension (folder… for “Remastered”… Homeworld Classic if you are playing
the 1990’s version)! After you have completed at least the first mission, you can
scroll down to the bottom of the Ascension folder and you will see Notepad files
called “persist2”, “persist3”, “persist4”, etc. Open the latest persist file and
scroll to the very bottom. You should see an entry for “RUs”. You can update this
value to be whatever you like.

Pilot View on ships:
Relic managed to quietly sneak in the option to view a firefight from aboard the bridge
of one of your ships in the 1.05b patch. Your game needs to be patched to this version.
You will need to create and/or update a shortcut to the Homeworld exe – right-click
your shortcut to bring up the options. Select Properties and in the box that comes up,
scroll to the end of the target field, add a space and add “/pilotview” (without quotes)
so that it shows something like this: …SierraHomeworldhomeworld.exe /pilotview Click
OK to close that window. You’ve just enabled Pilot View! Within the Homeworld game, select
a single ship and focus on it (the default focus key is F). Press Q to toggle pilot view
and enjoy how a commander would see the 90s graphics! Please note – if you focus on
another ship (when in pilot view), you’ll jump to its pilot view. If you select a group
of ships, you’ll go back to the default view mode. Pressing Q will toggle between pilot
and normal views.

Now when you run Homeworld from the edited shortcut and focus on a single ship, hit Q
to toggle pilot view on and off.

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