Meeple Station – Cheat Codes (Console Commands)

Meeple Station – Cheat Codes (Console Commands)

This guide will show how to activate Devtools & full list Console Commands. Useful if you want to cheat, test mechanics/mods etc. Use these tools with caution as your game may become unstable if you use them incorrectly.

How to Activate Devtools & Console

Console

This is where you’ll key in commands to do specific things such as adding credits or meeples.

  • Toggle console by using tilde key [~]

Devtools

Devtools is like god mode. You can instantly build structures and furniture, instantly finish certain technologies etc.

  • Toggle devtools by pressing [Left Shift + Right Shift + ?] at the same time

Note: You may need to toggle build menu if items are still shadowed or locked after activating devtools. There are several hotkeys in this mode. Pressing [1] will toggle Main UI.

All Console Commands

The Command Response section in this guide will give you more of an idea of what these commands do.

You can simply type in some of these commands and they will work. Such as: spawntrader, spawnmeep.

Some of these require values & ID#. I won’t list all the requirements for each one in tip section so keep that in mind if a command is not working for you.

Full List:

  • test
  • spawnmob
  • injure
  • spawnmeep
  • newgame
  • tutorial
  • meteors
  • null
  • credits
  • kill
  • spawntrader
  • renown
  • res
  • tutnode
  • rep
  • spawnraid
  • spawndrop
  • newsystem
  • oxygen
  • fill
  • empty
  • event
  • newtrack
  • celldata
  • editskill
  • editattributes
  • edittraits
  • cursortext
  • bombers
  • jobdata
  • spawninvade
  • factiongrowth
  • tuttoggle
  • edgespawn
  • derelict
  • editresearch
  • campflag
  • poo
  • flag
  • tribute
  • editplanet
  • addplanet
  • addmoon
  • adddebris
  • addmineral
  • removemineral
  • addstation
  • removemoons
  • wipeoccupants
  • togglemeteors
  • correctdistances
  • butcher
  • squidcheck
  • campsystem
  • togglecampaign
  • eventcheck
  • cure

How to Spawn Resources

Resources: “res [id] [amount]”

Resources require id. Below is an index of resources. If you want want to spawn in more resources such as 145 wood, it would look like:

  • res 25 145

Full List:

  • 0 – Ice
  • 1 – Carbon
  • 2 – Feldspar
  • 3 – Magnetite
  • 4 – Quartz
  • 5 – Ilemnite
  • 6 – Monaztie
  • 7 – Graphene
  • 8 – Aluminium Ore
  • 9 – Iron Ore
  • 10 – Silicon
  • 11 – Titanium Ore
  • 12 – Cobalt Ore
  • 13 – Raw Thorium
  • 14 – Glass
  • 15 – Aluminium
  • 16 – Steel
  • 17 – Titanium
  • 18 – Cobalt
  • 19 – Superalloy
  • 20 – Thorium 232
  • 21 – Diamond
  • 22 – Electronics
  • 23 – Advanced Electronics
  • 24 – Battery Cell
  • 25 – Wood
  • 26 – Simple Meal
  • 27 – Fine Meal
  • 28 – Lavish Meal
  • 29 – Fish
  • 30 – Vegetables
  • 31 – Fruit
  • 32 – Biomass
  • 33 – Computer Core

Some Tips

Some commands have requirements!

  • res – “res [id] [amount]”
  • renown – “renown [amount]”
  • credits – “credits [amount]”
  • oxygen – “oxygen [amount]”
  • rep – “rep [faction id] [amount]”
  • editattributes – “editattribute [meepName] [physical] [willpower] [intelligence] [social]”
  • edittraits – “edittraits [meepName] [trait1 number] [trait2 number] (-1 for no trait)”
  • editplanet – “editplanet [type] [size] [surface] [texID]”
  • spawnmeep – They spawn at cursor location. Place cursor inside station.
  • kill – “kill [meepName]”
  • event – “event [event name (case sensitive)]”
  • addplanet – “addplanet [size] [moons] [surface]”
  • addmoon – “addmoon [location] [type] [size] [surface] [texID] [min orbit]”
  • adddebris – “adddebris [debris ID]”
  • addmineral – “addmineral [type] [richness]”
  • removemineral – “removemineral [type]”
  • addstation – “addstation [faction] [growth]”

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