Age of Civilizations II - Cheat Codes

Age of Civilizations II – Cheat Codes

Like an other games aoc have cheat codes. Today I will show all known cheats.

Cheat Codes

Firstly, to enter the cheat code, you must first go to the country menu, and in the line “Type a Message” enter “hi”.

addciv [tag of country] – adds civilization in selected province.

addplayer – adds new player in selected country.

army – +300 warriors.

money – +450 money.

population – adds population to selected province.

civs – shows tags of all countries.

diplomacy – +0.7 movement point.

scale + value – changes the scale of the map (values from 1-5)

fps – displays an FPS counter

war + ID1 + ID2 – start a war between 2 civilizations

peace + ID1 + ID2 – sign a peace between 2 civilizations at war

buildport – build a port in a selected province

buildfort – build a fort in a selected province

buildtower – build a tower in a selected province

civs – shows ID’s for every civilization (and TAGS)

civ – shows the ID and TAG of the selected civilization  (selected province which is part of a civilization)

province – returns information about the selected province

showids – shows the province ID’s on them provinces (Kind of like showing an army but instead of the army it’s
the province ID)

Have fun!

All Console Commands

If some of them don’t work try adding a value after them. Also, please don’t just go in a game you’ve been at for a long time and use a command for the first time. Try it out in a separate one.

To enter the console press F1, then in the box above where you can write, type hi or hello.
“/” means OR, it doesn’t mean the command contains a “/”

info – returns information about the game (fps, your graphics settings, etc.)

debug – starts debug mode

center – centers the camera in the middle of the map

centerciv + ID – centers the camera on the civ with the corresponding ID (I haven’t tested it.)

scale + value – changes the scale of the map (values from 1-5)

close/ bye – closes console

fps – displays an FPS counter

hi/ hello – returns Hello!

spin – spins the camera around for a bit

help – show a couple of commands

party/flags – shows every flag on screen; can be stacked, stops if you close the

console or execute close or bye

clear – clears console

Drew Durnil/drew durnil/ drewdurnil/ drew/ (any variation of Drew Durnil’s name)/ noob/ observe/ spectator/ Spectator – Returns : “Games -> New Game -> Options -> Spectator Mode”

civs – shows ID’s for every civilization (and TAGS)

civ – shows the ID and TAG of the selected civilization (selected province which is part of a civilization)

province – returns information about the selected province

showids – shows the province ID’s on them provinces (Kind of like showing an army but instead of the army it’s the province ID)

showarmy – I don’t know, even after testing I can’t tell what it does.

addplayer – add another player on the selected province (I haven’t tested it)

addciv + name? – I can’t figure out how this works, I’ll leave the code in a different section if anyone wants to have a go at it. From what I’ve managed to do, you can add a civilization on a selected province.

technology + value – add technology to the selected civilization; 1000 means give them 1.0;

population – gives 750 population

armyset/ setarmy + value – in the selected province changes the army to a selected amount; mind you, it CHANGES it, it doesn’t ADD it;

noliberty – I haven’t tested it, I would bet it makes a vassal not want liberty.

id – gives ID of civilization and selected province

war + ID1 + ID2 – start a war between 2 civilizations

peace + ID1 + ID2 – sign a peace between 2 civilizations at war

buildport – build a port in a selected province

buildfort – build a fort in a selected province

buildtower – build a tower in a selected province

economy – adds 600 money

army – add 300 army to the selected province

money – adds 450 money

movement – gives you movement points

diplomacy – gives diplomacy points

reloadprovince + ID – reloads a province (more for debugging I guess)

More of this sort of thing


Written by Bruno Buccelati

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