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13th May '18 2:50:01 PM CynicalBastardo
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** ''VideoGame/DarkForces'' had two forms of God Mode: One that gave unlimited shields in the options menu and a full God Mode cheat code.

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** ''VideoGame/DarkForces'' had two forms of God Mode: One that gave unlimited shields in the options menu and a full God Mode cheat code.code by typing LAIMLAME.



* The God Mode code in the original ''VideoGame/DarkForces'' was LAIMLAME.
13th May '18 2:45:29 PM CynicalBastardo
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* Raven Software's ''Jedi Knight II'' also has a God Mode accessible through the console. But, in the final boss fight, there is a beam of energy in the middle of the room. The game essentially enables God mode for about a minute for whoever walks into the beam, meaning once the effect's time is up, you'll be vulnerable whether or not you had God mode before you touched the beam.

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* ''VideoGame/DarkForcesSaga'':
** ''VideoGame/DarkForces'' had two forms of God Mode: One that gave unlimited shields in the options menu and a full God Mode cheat code.
** ''VideoGame/JediKnightDarkForcesII'' and its ExpansionPack ''Mysteries Of The Sith'' had a code accessible by the console. It protected the player from everything but falling damage.
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Raven Software's ''Jedi Knight II'' also has a God Mode accessible through the console. But, in the final boss fight, there is a beam of energy in the middle of the room. The game essentially enables God mode for about a minute for whoever walks into the beam, meaning once the effect's time is up, you'll be vulnerable whether or not you had God mode before you touched the beam.
10th Apr '18 9:05:58 AM Allronix
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* ''VideoGame/TronTwoPointOh'' and ''VideoGame/TronEvolution'' have "[[ThankTheMaker User]] Mode." The first is accessible via a GameMod, and grants unlimited energy and access to all upgrades and weapons. The second just grants immunity to all damage. The name is, of course, a reference to just how powerful [[DigitizedHacker digitized humans]] are in the setting.
21st Feb '18 11:37:40 AM SeptimusHeap
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* ''{{Rise of the Triad}}'' takes the concept quite literally. The pickup called "God Mode" makes you slightly taller and allows you to smite enemies in one shot as well as making you invulnerable. You also make 'Godlike' yawns [[MostAnnoyingSound that get annoying very quickly]]. The game also contains a more traditional God Mode cheat code.

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* ''{{Rise of the Triad}}'' ''VideoGame/RiseOfTheTriad'' takes the concept quite literally. The pickup called "God Mode" makes you slightly taller and allows you to smite enemies in one shot as well as making you invulnerable. You also make 'Godlike' yawns [[MostAnnoyingSound that get annoying very quickly]]. The game also contains a more traditional God Mode cheat code.
3rd Feb '18 1:17:03 PM nombretomado
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* "NetHack" has wizard mode, where you name your character wizard. You can wish for items, monsters, ect. , teleport across floors, and even choose if you want to die or not.

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* "NetHack" ''VideoGame/NetHack'' has wizard mode, where you name your character wizard. You can wish for items, monsters, ect. etc., teleport across floors, and even choose if you want to die or not.
3rd Jan '18 1:25:16 AM LondonKdS
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* In ''Series/{{Caprica}}'', the [[BrainUploading AI copies]] of Zoe and Tamara get God Mode abilities in the {{MMORPG}} cum WideOpenSandbox game ''New Cap City'', because as genuine [=AIs=] they don't get expelled from the game when they die but glitch and respawn.
8th Oct '17 2:20:44 PM DavidCowie
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* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIX'' gets this via the Pause menu in the [=PS4=] port:
** Clicking L1 enables "Battle assist": HP and MP refill, and all characters are put in Trance mode, which enables more powerful attacks.
** Clicking L2 enables "9999": all attacks do 9999 damage.
3rd Sep '17 11:43:58 AM LavonPapillon1
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* Superusers like Anorak (James Halliday) and Og (Ogden Morrow) in ''Literature/ReadyPlayerOne'' are game avatars that possess god-like power within the [=OASIS=]. They are able to destroy any avatar in an instant, resurrect fallen avatars, enter chat rooms uninvited, are nigh invincible and possess many other impossible-to-achieve abilities. After Wade Watts/Parzival successfully clears the third gate, he gains both Halliday's vast fortune as well as Anorak’s superuser status, his avatar gaining Anorak's cloak and access to [[spoiler:a button that could permanently shut down the [=OASIS=] if he so chooses.]]
30th Jul '17 2:48:16 PM Tropetastic1995
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* In ''Marvel Comics'', there is the Enigma Force , which transforms whichever random schmuck it enters into the all-powerful Captain Universe until a certain crisis is averted. Captain Universe is a completely invulnerable RealityWarper and Flyingbrick, every bit the "no-one" in '' no-one can stop the Juggernaut''. When Spider-Man wielded these powers, he effortlessly defeated various foes that are normally a massive uphill fight for the Wall-Crawler, such as Magneto, the Hulk, and Doctor Doom.
17th Dec '16 3:21:36 PM WillKeaton
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** In the ''VideoGame/{{Doom}}'' engine, [=God Mode=] (which is also the function of the Invulnerability Sphere, except that it tints your screen in silver as well as giving you the [[GlowingEyesOfDoom glowing God Mode eyes]]) only protects against [[NighInvulnerability 1,000 damage per shot]]. Anything above that and, [[LudicrousGibs well]]...\\
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Without damage hacks, the only source of damage that can possibly do this is telefragging, and monsters usually cannot do this to a player. All bets are off on [[MookMaker the last level]] of ''Doom 2'', however. Additionally, one infamous puzzle near the end of ''[[ExpansionPack TNT: Evilution]]'' has the player navigating a maze of pillars; take a wrong turn and you'll end up telefragging ''yourself''.\\
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The [=ZDoom=] port for the ''Doom'' engine games actually has the "Buddha Mode" cheat from ''Half-Life 2'', mentioned below. Latest builds add in a "god2" and a corresponding "buddha2" cheat code that both prevents the player from dying no matter what, not even from telefrags.

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** In the ''VideoGame/{{Doom}}'' engine, [=God Mode=] (which is also the function of the Invulnerability Sphere, except that it tints your screen in silver as well as giving you the [[GlowingEyesOfDoom glowing God Mode eyes]]) only protects against [[NighInvulnerability 1,000 damage per shot]]. Anything above that and, [[LudicrousGibs well]]...\\
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**Without
damage hacks, the only source of damage that can possibly do this is telefragging, and monsters usually cannot do this to a player. All bets are off on [[MookMaker the last level]] of ''Doom 2'', however. Additionally, one infamous puzzle near the end of ''[[ExpansionPack TNT: Evilution]]'' has the player navigating a maze of pillars; take a wrong turn and you'll end up telefragging ''yourself''.\\
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''yourself''.
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The [=ZDoom=] port for the ''Doom'' engine games actually has the "Buddha Mode" cheat from ''Half-Life 2'', mentioned below. Latest builds add in a "god2" and a corresponding "buddha2" cheat code that both prevents the player from dying no matter what, not even from telefrags.
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