Warfare 1917 Hacked

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Warfare 1917 is a Flash game developed by Armor Games. It is based on the First World War between the British and the Germans. It is a strategy based real-time game where the objective of the game is to win each and every battle.

Hacks: Press 1 Infinite Morale – 2 Zero Units Cooldown – 3 Zero Support Cooldown – 4 Upgrade Points – 5 Win The Battle

One can go with the British side, but for picking the German side, one has to play the game hosted on their website. With each victory, experience is gained, with which artilleries or supports can be enhanced to ensure victory. The levels become harder as one penetrates deeper into enemy territory and have to face bigger forces.

 

There are two ways of winning the game, one is to go aggressive and take over the enemy ground. The other way is to decrease their moral level. However, decreasing the moral level is the sure shot way to victory as successful ground taking may backfire.

There are several cheats inserted in the Warfare 1917 hacked game. These are toggles to the moral level, cooldowns, upgrade points and the most influencing of all, a battle win.

Toggling the moral level simply fixes the moral level to the maximum without it getting affected by anything.

 

Toggling the cooldown of supports simply allows unlimited support firing, which is rendered useless if there aren’t many opponents approaching the battlefield.

 

Toggling the cooldown of troops allows the order of as many troops as you wish, however, too many troops in my game slowed down the game a lot, almost on the verge of breaking the game.

 

Last, but certainly not the least, the win battle cheat is like an atom bomb itself, on pressing this button, there is a huge cheer that is generally heard at the end of a victorious battle. At any time of the game, if one were to use the cheat then it’s an instant win. Have fun while playing the hacked version of Warfare 1917!


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