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Scrap Mechanic Cheats

Scrap Mechanic

Cheat Codes:
Submitted by: David K.

How to Enable Cheats (Survival Mode):
Written by Tenderling

-=Enabling Commands=-
Open "Scrap Mechanic\Survival\Scripts\game\SurvivalGame.lua" with text editor.
Go to 84 line and change "if g_survival then" to "if true then".

/ammo "Give ammo (default 40)"
/spudgun "Give the spudgun"
/gatling "Give the potato gatling gun"
/shotgun "Give the fries shotgun"
/sunshake "Give 1 sunshake"
/baguette "Give 1 revival baguette"
/keycard "Give 1 keycard"
/powercore "Give 1 powercore"
/components "Give  components (default 10)"
/glowsticks "Give  components (default 10)"
/tumble "Set tumble state"
/god "Mechanic characters will take no damage"
/respawn "Respawn at last bed (or at the crash site)"
/encrypt "Restrict interactions in all warehouses"
/decrypt "Unrestrict interactions in all warehouses"
/limited "Use the limited inventory"
/unlimited "Use the unlimited inventory"
/ambush "Starts a 'random' encounter"
/recreate "Recreate world"
/timeofday "Sets the time of the day as a fraction (0.5=mid day)"
/timeprogress "Enables or disables time progress"
/day "Disable time progression and set time to daytime"
/spawn "Spawn a unit: 'woc', 'tapebot', 'totebot', 'haybot'"
/harvestable "Create a harvestable: 'tree', 'stone'"
/cleardebug "Clear debug draw objects"
/export "Exports blueprint $SURVIVAL_DATA/LocalBlueprints/.blueprint"
/import "Imports blueprint $SURVIVAL_DATA/LocalBlueprints/.blueprint"
/starterkit "Spawn a starter kit"
/mechanicstartkit"Spawn a starter kit for starting at mechanic station"
/pipekit "Spawn a pipe kit"
/foodkit "Spawn a food kit"
/seedkit "Spawn a seed kit"
/die "Kill the player"
/sethp "Set player hp value"
/setwater "Set player water value"
/setfood "Set player food value"
/aggroall "All hostile units will be made aware of the player's position"
/goto "Teleport to predefined position"
/raid "Start a level  raid at player position at wave  in  hours."
/stopraid "Cancel all incoming raids"
/disableraids "Disable raids if true"
/camera "Spawn a SplineCamera tool"
/printglobals "Print all global lua variables"
/clearpathnodes "Clear all path nodes in overworld"
/enablepathpotatoes "Creates path nodes at potato hits in overworld and links to previous node"

Tips for Beginners:
Written by Yocandy4

-=The Downright Basics=-
I mean the first thing you need to know is how to move, jump, and access your inventory. 
Well first off you can use SAWD to move aka the keys W,A,S, and D but calling it SAWD 
just sound cooler. Second off you need to jump, all you need to do to do that is to press 
the key in the middle of the bottom row of your keyboard. Yes Ladies and Gentlemen the 
infamous spacebar key. Now, all you have to do to sprint is hold down the shift key and 
press one of the SAWD keys to sprint in that direction. Next, is accessing your inventory. 
All you need to do is press the I key the access the inventory. To navigate the hot bar 
you can use your number keys and mouse wheel. There you have it the down right basics of 
the controls in Scrap Mechanic. 

Now, however, you need to know how to build, it is one of the most important things in 
Scrap Mechanic. If you are building with blocks all you need to do is get them out of 
your inventory, then hover over the place where you want to put them, and click the left 
mouse button. You can put blocks on the ground, on the lift, or on a creation. If you 
want to change the direction a block is going just press the Q key. To remove blocks 
just hover over the block you want to remove and click the right mouse button. If you 
want to place or remove multiple blocks just drag over the highlighted block and it 
will make more blocks be removed or placed. 

Now, you may be wondering what some of the the tools do, but there is no need to wonder 
any longer I will tell you what the some of the most important tools do. The first one 
that is one of the most important tools, is the lift. The lift is well a 
allows you to build creations on it and save them, move them, raise and lower them, 
and turn them around. It also allows you to access creations from the workshop. You 
can move any creation with the lift unless it is attached to the ground. When you 
hover over it with the lift it should go white in color and then all you have to do 
is click on it and drag your mouse to move it. If you want to change the direction of 
the creation on the lift you just need to press the q key. If you need to raise or 
lower a creation on the lift just point you cursor at the lift and press the up and 
down keys on your keyboard. To remove a lift or any other tool just hold down the right 
mouse button and wait for the circle to complete and it will remove the lift. If you 
put one block on one part of the lift you have to attach all other blocks to that block. 
The only things you can put more than one of at the same time are blocks and paint.

But now it is time for another one of the most important tools in Scrap Mechanic, the 
connector. It is a really easy tool. In order for the connector tool to work it needs 
something that it can connect like a switch or an engine. Once you have one of these 
things get the tool out hover over the switch there should be a circle in the middle 
of it. Press and hold the left click button and drag it to the thing you want to connect 
it too. The things you want to connect have to be on the same structure. The other 
function it serves is changing the direction of something. For example if you have a 
bearing attached to an engine you can hover over the bearing and right click and it 
will change the direction the bearing turns, and it does the same thing for anything 
else connected to a bearing. Two tools down a couple more to go. 

Next, is the welding tool, or welder. All you have to do is hover over a block press 
the left mouse button, and drag it to another block and let go. The welder will also 
pick up all the blocks that are attached to the block you got. With this tool also if 
you press q it will change the direction of the way your creation is facing. Quick 
tip if you weld a creation to a three block tall tower that is attached to the ground 
it will reduce lag. Only one more tool I will explain.

Last tool is the paint tool. This tool allows you to paint almost anything. All you 
have to do is select your color from the color menu that you can access by pressing 
q, and then hover over what you want to paint and click the left mouse button. 
Another useful thing to note is that the tool can paint multiple blocks by simply 
holding down on the left mouse button and dragging over the blocks you want to paint. 
Thatís it for the tools, hope you found this part useful.

-=Tips and Tricks=-
This are just some useful tips. 

* The square that is the limit for how many blocks you can put down is 16 blocks 
  on every side.
* The path light block does actually give off light. 
* When painting with the same color of paint may look different on different blocks.
* You can only have as many switches as their is space in your hot bar.
* Learn how to use logic blocks if you have not already they are very helpful.

How to Enable Developer Mode and Access the Developer World:
Written by trapezoidpitch

* Read first
* While in developer mode, do not load any other worlds.
* To remove developer mode, right-click Scrap Mechanic in your steam library, then press:
* Properties -> Local files -> Verify integrity of game files

-=How to Enable Developer Mode=-
Right-click Scrap Mechanic and press: 

* Properties -> Local files -> Browse local files

* Then navigate to the folder: 
  Scrap Mechanic\Survival\Scripts\game
  Open the file named "SurvivalGame.lua" inside of a text editor.

  Navigate to line 25 and paste the following on a new line: = true

* Now save the file.

* Developer Mode should now be enabled.

-=How to Access the Developer World=-
Follow the How to enable Developer Mode section first.
Once finished, open Scrap Mechanic and create a new survival world.
When it finishes loading, you should be in the developer world.
If you would like to have a creative menu, use the command /unlimited.

How to Dominate Haybots with a Mere Sledgehammer:
Written by StaticVaporwave

Have you ever been seeing people with spud guns, shooting haybots with their 
epic gun and dominating, while being a new player with a mere sad sledge that 
will not even scratch a haybot, today we will make use of that weapon.

-=How to Get Some Swings in=-
Its pretty simple actually, its hit and run.

Just jump or run by the haybot and hit the robotic fool then run away as fast as 
you can until you know he missed his swing. Even if you missed your swing you can 
take your time if you are not losing too much health. Haybots can do 20 or 30 
damage and it takes 5 swings to kill a haybot, good luck.

-=Multiple Bots? Oh No!=-
Now you're screwed. You tried to get only one of them to notice you yet you forgot 
that when a bot is alarmed all other bots in its range get your location, now you 
have 2 haybots and 2 totebots after you!get the totebots first. Standing still 
while swinging can kill a totebot without losing any health.

Now here comes the haybots. One is lacking behind. Get the closer one as low as 
possible before the other arrives, when he does make them merge like a conga then 
do the hit and run method. Just really make sure you dont get hit this time. 
Also good luck with 3 haybots, but im 90% sure I have pulled it off before.

Haybot knockback: hey dont worry if you get hit using my method, if you were 
jumping instead of strafing then you will probably be launched quite far leading 
for an easier escape and a higher chance at get another hit in.

When not to worry: this is meelee! It takes no ammo so you shouldnt worry if 
your respawn is nearby, if you do the tactic right you shouldnt lose the 30 or 
40 idk health that you respawn with and wether you just respawned or not the 
tactic still does the same amount of damage

If I think of more I might add to this specific section or make a new section 

Note: I have not encountered tapebots or bosses yet, I do not suggest trying 
this with bosses or tapebots, dont or you'll be clapped.
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