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Jazzpunk: Director’s Cut Cheats & Console Commands

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ALL the console commands (even the hidden ones)

  • “exit” or “quit” – Closes console

 

  • “h” or “help” – Show an incomplete list of commands

 

  • “deviceinfo” – Shows your device name, type, shader level, and VRAM.

 

  • “giveroomkey” – Gives you the key to the Kai Tak hotel room (not sure if the master key or not)

 

  • “clearcache” – Resets user settings

 

  • “deleteallsaves” – Obvious

 

  • “togglemustache” or “togglemoustache” – Toggles facial hair

 

  • “givelaughgun” – Give a “laugh gun”.

 

  • “noexit” – Toggles a variable called “noexit”.

 

  • “givepheromone” – Probably gives the player the bird perfume.

 

  • “giveswatter” – Gives the player the fly swatter.

 

  • “weddingqake”, “weddingquake” or “wedding” – Starts Wedding Qake

 

  • “carfighter” – Starts car fight minigame.

 

  • “unlocktv” – Unlocks TV Man in Wedding Qake

 

  • “unlockpredator” – Unlocks the homeless man in Wedding Qake.

 

  • “rec” – Sets the game into trailer recording mode.

 

  • “nobots” – Turns off bots in Wedding Qake.

 

  • “giveukelele” – Gives the player the ukulele.

 

  • “givedegausser” – Gives the player the degausser.

 

  • “siren” – Puts police sirens on screen.

 

  • “givepackage” – Gives the player the package for the pigeon quest.

 

  • “cough” – Not sure, probably coughs.

 

  • “norest” – Likely disables the rendering of the sushi restaurant.

 

  • “gorest” – Probably teleports the player to the sushi restaurant.

 

  • “nopred” – Disables the “predator scenario”.

 

  • “ego” – A test command for the Editor’s ego meter.

 

  • “labtest” – Teleports the player to somewhere in the Soviet lab.

 

  • “allfood” – Dumps food on the ground.

 

  • “impulse101” – Dumps weapons on the ground.

 

  • “load puppetSubway” – Does nothing, but was probably used for the “director puppet”.

 

  • “puppetmode” – Does nothing, but was probably used for the “director puppet”.

 

  • “mic off” – Disables the puppet mic (?)

 

  • “hi” or “hello” – Makes the console say something.

 

  • “fps” – Toggles an FPS counter.

 

  • “riftmode” – Does nothing, but implies that there was VR support at some point in development.

 

  • “screensaver” – Shows a screensaver of some kind.

 

  • “clip” – Disables noclip.

 

  • “noclip” – Toggles noclip (making “clip” pointless).

 

  • “fnc” – Toggles noclip, but increases the noclip movement speed.

 

  • “iddqd” or “godmode” – Toggles god mode (probably affects Wedding Qake).

 

  • “atheistmode” – Disables god mode (useless since “iddqd” and “godmode” are toggles).

 

  • “clearachievements” – Removes all Jazzpunk achievements.

 

  • “deferred” – Enables deferred lighting.

 

  • “forward” – Enables forward lighting.

 

  • “ul” or “allchap” or “unlocklevels” – Unlocks all chapters on the chapter select screen.

 

  • “locklevels” – Locks all chapters on the chapter select screen.

 

  • “uc” or “allchar” or “unlockcharacters” – Unlocks all Wedding Qake characters.

 

  • “resetgame” – Resets everything.

 

  • “walkfast” – Walk fast.

 

  • “graduate” – Does nothing

 

  • “sharewaremode” or “demomode” – Enables demo mode (probably used when demoing the game at E3 and similar).

 

  • “antialias” – Toggles anti-aliasing.

 

  • “giveruscartridge” – Gives the player the data cartridge.

 

  • “give turtle” – Turtle 🙂

 

  • “give turtle left” – Turtle :), but in the left hand.

 

  • “give tube” – Puts a vacuum tube in the player’s hand.

 

  • “give brain” – Puts a brain in the player’s hand.

 

  • “give degausser” – Puts a (cosmetic) degausser in the player’s hand.

 

  • “give cartridge” – Puts a (cosmetic) data cartridge in the player’s hand.

 

  • “esh” – Gives the player scissor hands (?).

 

  • “give spider” – Puts a spider in the player’s hand.

 

  • “allspid” – Gives the player all the spiders.

 

  • “give radio” – Puts a watermelon radio in the player’s hand.

 

  • “give kidney” – Gives the player a kidney.

 

  • “explo” – Tries to load the level “thunderbirds”, but that level doesn’t exist.

 

  • “setup don bar” – Sets up the tiki bar like in the trailer.

 

  • “setup don cars” – Sets up the BP hover cars like in the trailer.

 

  • “airport” – Tries to load the airport for the trailer, but the level doesn’t exist. It does exist in the first version though.

 

  • “setup don alley” – Sets up the alley like in the trailer.

 

  • “lockheight” – Prevents the player’s height from changing.

 

  • “unlockheight” – Undoes “lockheight”.

 

  • “set fps 30” – Sets the target framerate to 30.

 

  • “set fps 60” – Sets the target framerate to 60.

 

  • “set fps 100” – Sets the target framerate to 100.

 

  • “textadventure” – A spoof of Zork.

 

  • “riftreticle” – More remains of the scrapped VR mode.

 

  • “2p” – Sets up a two player game of Wedding Qake.

 

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