Full List Of StarCraft II Cheats

by Ben Reeves on Dec 03, 2010 at 07:40 AM

Managing a military campaign and protecting the homeland from an alien threat is no easy task. Sometimes it seems like you need a little divine help. Blizzard just came to the rescue by releasing a list of StarCraft II cheat codes.

Many of these codes have already been discovered, but as Blizzard notes on its website, some of these have remained hidden until now. If you’re still struggling with StarCraft II’s campaign or just looking to spice things up for your seventh play through, try a few of these codes on for size.

Cheat codes disable your ability to earn achievement and can only be used in single-player mode by pressing the enter key within the game and typing in the codes as shown below.

Cheat Code Description
WhatIsBestInLife Instant Victory
Instant Defeat
TookTheRedPill Disables Fog of War
Bunker55AliveInside Disables the need for Supplies
TerribleTerribleDamage Enables God Mode
SpectralTiger Adds 5000 Minerals to the Available Resources
RealMenDrillDeep Adds 5000 Gas to the Available Resources
WhoRunBartertown Adds 5000 of each Resource to the Available Resources
SoSayWeAll Allows the use of all Tech
IAmIronMan Instantly Allows all Upgrades
CatFoodForPrawnGuns Enables Fast Builds and Fast Upgrades
HanShotFirst Disables Cooldowns on Spells
TyuHasLeftTheGame Disables Victory Conditions to Allow Continued Play
NeverGiveUpNeverSurrender Enables Continued Play After a Defeat
ImADoctorNotARoachJim Enables Fast Unit Healing
MoreDotsMoreDots All Units and Buildings are Free to Build (No Cost)
OverEngineeredCodPiece Plays the Song Terran Up the Night (Doesn't Disable Achievements)
Story Mode Cheat Codes Description
WhySoSerious Adds 5 Million Credits
LeaveYourSleep Opens all Missions (Ability to Jump to Missions)
EyeOfSauron Allows Access to all Cinematics
StayClassyMarSara Allows Access to all UNN TV News Broadcasts
HoradricCube Opens all Research Options
Custom Maps Description
Jaynestown Adds 5000 Terrazine to the Available Resources