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Pirates Of The Caribbean PC Cheats


Rating 4

Pirate frigate

Note: This procedure requires editing a game file; creating a backup copy of the file before proceeding is recommended. With a text editor, edit the "characters_init.c" file in the "/pirates of the caribbean/program/characters/" folder. Locate the following line:

ch.Ship.Type = SHIP_LUGGER_ENGLAND;

and change it to:

ch.Ship.Type = SHIP_FRIGATE_SAT;

Rating 3

Change ship stats

Note: This procedure requires editing a game file; creating a backup copy of the file before proceeding is recommended. With a text editor, edit the "ships_init.c" file in the "/pirates of the caribbean/program/ships/" folder. Locate the the ship that you desire to change. You can change the stats to whatever desired. You can change the ships movement speed and turning speed; maximum crew; cannon size; canon quantity; and many more settings.

Rating 2

Immortality

Note: This procedure requires editing a game file; creating a backup copy of the file before proceeding is recommended. With a text editor, edit the "characters_init.c" file in the "/pirates of the caribbean/program/characters/" folder. Locate the following line:

makeref(ch,Characters[0]); //Blaze Devlin

Underneath that line, enter:

LAi_SetImmortal(ch, true);

Note: To disable immortality, put "//" in front of the line.

Rating 2

More ability points

Note: This procedure requires editing a game file; creating a backup copy of the file before proceeding is recommended. With a text editor, edit the "characters_init.c" file in the "/pirates of the caribbean/program/characters/" folder. Locate the line:

ch.perks.freepoints = 1;

...and change the number value to whatever desired. Note: This only works when starting a new game.

Rating 2

Attack inside buildings

Note: This procedure requires editing a game file; creating a backup copy of the file before proceeding is recommended. With a text editor, edit the "LAi_location.c" file in the "\Program Files\Pirates of the Caribbean\PROGRAM\Loc_ai" directory. Locate the line:

location.noFight = "1";

...and change it to

location.Fight = "1";

You can now attack anything inside taverns, stores, prisons, loanshark's offices, shipyards, etc.

Rating 2

Stack captain scores

You can add more than one person, other than the Captain, onto your other three ships. All of their scores will stack with that ship's captain's score. There are two different ways to do this. The first method is at the "Open Sea" screen (where you can see all of your ships), get close to another one of your ships and a swap cargo icon will appear. Go into the swap cargo menu. There is an option to switch captains. Under this option, there is a screen that has four slots. One of them is the captain of that ship. Click on one of the other three slots, then assign passengers to each one. After doing this, they disappear from your passenger list. You will need to get more party members at the tavern if you want to fill up all your ships. Don't sell the ship with the other three crew members still on it. You will lose anyone that is still on board. The second method is to capture a ship and do it when you assign a captain to the captured ship.

Rating 2

Change characters

Note: This procedure requires editing a game file; creating a backup copy of the file before proceeding is recommended. With a text editor, edit the "characters_init" file in the "\Program Files\Bethesda Softworks\Pirates of the Caribbean\Program\Characters\English"folder. Locate the following line:

ch.model = "blaze".

...and change the "blaze" value with one of the following entries to play as the corresponding character.

"black_corsair"
"bocman1"
"bocman3"
"bocman4"
"brodyaga"
"capitan"
"capitan1"
"chameleon"
"chelovek"
"chelovek1"
"corsair1"
"corsair1_1"
"corsair1_2"
"corsair2"
"corsair3"
"danielle"
"blaze"
"fawn"
"killer"
"korsar"
"korsar1"
"lucas"
"maltese"
"man1"
"man1_1"
"man1_2"
"man2"
"man3"
"man3_1"
"man6"
"man6_1"
"offic_fra"
"old_man1"
"old_man2"
"researcher"
"sailor1"
"sailor2"
"sailor3"
"sailor4"
"sailor5"
"sailor6"
"animists2"
"storeman"
"storeman2"
"will_2"
"huber_eng"
"blackman"

Rating 2

Easy experience hints

  • A battleship is required for this trick. First, purchase any goods in a store and go to the island where that product is contraband or illegal. After that, talk to the smuggler in the tavern, fast travel to port, get on your ship, and sail to location the smuggler told you to meet someone. After you sell the goods, six solders will appear. The officer will talk to you. After talking to him, the troops will draw their swords and attack. Kill them all, then go to your ship. When at sea, there will be three frigates all named Dolphine. Sink them each for about 6,000 experience each.

  • Enable the "Immortality" cheat and go on to your ship and find a storm. When you are in a storm with your ship, you will automatically get experience points. Since you cannot die, you can keep accumulating the experience.

  • Go to Port Royal and go to Fort Charles, then to the hanging station. Attack the level 14 to 18 grunt and he will not retaliate as long as you are on the platform. If you step off the platform, he will start attacking and getting veterans to help.

  • Go to a house or building where there are guards. After you kill the person, stand in a corner off to the side and wait for them to respawn. When they respawn and don't attack immediately, you can remain still, heal yourself, and voodoo.

Rating 1

Faster sailing

Note: This procedure requires editing a game file; creating a backup copy of the file before proceeding is recommended. With a text editor, edit the "interface.c" file in the "/pirates of the caribbean/program/interface/" folder. Find the entry "if(bArcadeMode) return 2.0;" and change that value to a higher number. Press KEYPAD ASTERISK during game play to sail at higher speed.

Rating 1

View programmers

Enter the maze in the final level. Look for markings on the floor while in the maze. You can follow them to reach rooms at the edge of the maze with wall tiles that are missing. However, follow the floor markings that have an eight legged eye and an arrow to locate a tile room that has another arrow on the floor pointing at a wall. Walk directly into that wall to pass through it and enter a hidden room with pictures of the programmers.

Rating 1

Avoid officers and swordsmen

After killing rampages, officers and swordsmen will try killing you. If you have a group of officers and other swordsmen coming after you, go to your ship. Get on your ship, then dock again. No one will be attacking you anymore.

Rating 1

Ding Dong Ditch

Go to a door in any part of the game and press ACTION. Your character will knock on the door, then you can run away.

Rating 1

Unlimited money

Raise your Commerce to 10 as soon as you can (use all the points you get towards it), then go to a tavern and talk to an officer that you can hire and ask him "How much are you asking?". He will respond with a price. After that, say "Isn't that a little too much for you?". He will reply "I guess you are right" and then offers less. Say "Nah, still too much" ( or something to that effect) and the dialog box will close. However, the next time you speak to him, the price will be the last price he offered. Repeat this until he responds with a negative number (i.e. he will pay you for you to hire him).

Rating 1

Hiring officers

When hiring an officer, you might haggle over the gold. To do this you must go to the officer, then talk to him repeatedly about his worth and he will drop the price. Keep haggling him if you do not have any gold. You can haggle with him until he lowers the price to a negative amount.

Rating 1

Change character stats

Note: This procedure requires editing a game file; creating a backup copy of the file before proceeding is recommended. With a text editor, edit the "characters_init.c" file in the "/pirates of the caribbean/program/characters/" folder. Locate the line:

ch.skill.Leadership = "1";

...and change it to any number up to 10. You can do this in each skill category Note: This only works when starting a new game.

Rating 0

More money

Note: This procedure requires editing a game file; creating a backup copy of the file before proceeding is recommended. With a text editor, edit the "characters_init.c" file in the "/pirates of the caribbean/program/characters/" folder. Locate the line:

ch.money = "1000";

...and change the number value to whatever desired. Note: This only works when starting a new game.

Rating 0

Falchion sword

In Oxbay Caves, wander around and you will eventually find a sword stuck in a beam. It is the Falchion, the most damaging sword in the game and is available from the start.

Rating 0

Easy money hints

-Go to any of the loan sharks and ask for any amount of money. Go to the box in his office and drop your money in it, then go up to him again and ask for more money. Continue to do this until you have the desired amount. Even though he says that he has ways of getting his money back, he never comes after you.

-Go into other people's houses and steal their items. They have things such as rings, potions, gems, and other expensive items. You can also look in isolated barrels, pots, and other containers around the cities for more items. If you walk around in towns and into places like the areas behind houses, alleys, corners, and similar places you can find items that seem to have been dropped. Note: If you walk around at night, you can see little specks of light on the ground, and these can be those items.

Rating 0

Avoid battles and storms

Quickly press F3 when the screen with a battle or storm appears. Press F3 to return to the sea.

Rating 0

More ships

Note: This procedure requires editing a game file; creating a backup copy of the file before proceeding is recommended. With a text editor, edit the "characters_init.c" file in the "/pirates of the caribbean/program/characters/" folder. Locate the following line:

ch.Ship.Type = SHIP_LUGGER_ENGLAND;

and change it to one of the following; do not include the comments in parentheses.

ch.Ship.Type = SHIP_FRIGATE_SAT;
ch.Ship.Type = SHIP_BLACK_PEARL;

(for a ship with HP: 100 000, Speed:17,2, Turning:26, Crew:600, Cargo:3500, Cannons:44xLBS32)

ch.Ship.Type = SHIP_FEARLESS;

(for a ship similar to BLACK PEARL but with only 15 000 HP)

ch.Ship.Type = SHIP_FORT;

(for a ship with HP: 54 000, Speed:11,2, Turning:20, Crew:3200, Cargo:27 000 Cannons:68xLBS32)

ch.Ship.Type = SHIP_MANOWAR_ENGLAND;

(for a ship with HP: 15 000, Speed: 13,65, Turning:21, Crew:950, Cargo:5400, Cannons:100xLBS24)

ch.Ship.Type = SHIP_BATTLESHIP_ENGLAND;

(for a ship with HP:10 000,Speed:12,6, Turning:31,5, Crew:618, Cargo:4500, Cannons:70xLBS24)

Rating 0

Ships cost $100

Note: This procedure requires editing a game file; creating a backup copy of the file before proceeding is recommended. With a text editor, edit the "Ships_init.c" file in the "/pirates of the caribbean/program/ships/" folder. Locate the following line under each individual ship type:

refShip.Price =19000;

Change the "19000" to "100" and your ship will now cost $100. This can be changed on any ship of your choice.