Assassin's Creed III is a popular action-adventure game that lets you experience the American Revolution from the perspective of a Native American assassin. The game features a vast open world, stealth mechanics, naval battles, and historical events. However, if you want to make the game easier or more fun, you can use a trainer to activate various cheats and enhancements.
A trainer is a program that runs in the background while you play the game and modifies its memory to enable certain features. For example, you can use a trainer to get unlimited health, money, ammo, or abilities. There are many trainers available for Assassin's Creed III, but one of the most popular ones is the 1.2.2 trainer by LinGon.
This trainer works with version 1.2.2 of the game and offers 20 options that you can toggle on and off with hotkeys. Here are some of the options and their effects:
Home - Activate Trainer
F1 - Infinite Health
F2 - Infinite Money
F3 - Infinite Ammo
F4 - No Reload
F5 - Infinite Smoke Bombs
F6 - Infinite Arrows
F7 - Infinite Consumables
F8 - Super Stealth
F9 - Reset Notoriety
F10 - Super Speed
F11 - Super Jump
Page Up - Increase Damage Player 1
Page Down - Increase Damage Player 2
Insert - Disarm Enemies
Numpad 0 - Store Location
Numpad 2 - Teleport
Numpad 3 - Undo Teleportation
Numpad 6 - Slow Motion
Numpad 7 - Normal Motion
Numpad 8 - Fast Motion
Numpad 9 - Slow Enemies
Numpad . - Normal Enemies
To use this trainer, you need to download it from [^1^] and unzip it with a program like 7-Zip. Then, run the trainer as administrator and launch the game. You should hear a voice saying \"Trainer activated\" when you press Home. Then, you can use the hotkeys to enable or disable the options you want. You can also customize the hotkeys by editing the trainer.ini file with a text editor.
Note that some antivirus programs may detect this trainer as a threat, but this is a false positive. You can add an exception for the trainer or disable your antivirus temporarily while using it. Also, be aware that using this trainer may affect your game experience or cause glitches, so use it at your own risk and discretion.How to Master the Gameplay of Assassin's Creed III
Assassin's Creed III is not just about following the main story, but also exploring the vast world and engaging in various activities. Whether you want to hunt animals, fight enemies, sail ships, or recruit allies, you need to master the gameplay mechanics and strategies to get the most out of your experience. Here are some tips to help you become a better assassin and enjoy the game to the fullest.
One of the core aspects of Assassin's Creed III is stealth. You need to avoid being detected by enemies and complete your objectives without raising alarms. There are several ways to remain undetected while moving around. The basic point to remember is that running and climbing while holding down R1/RT will draw attention to yourself, whereas using X/A to fast walk will allow you to move quicker without raising suspicion.
By approaching a group of two or more civilians you can blend in with them, which is represented by a white circle appearing above your head. You can blend with both moving and stationary groups, and as long as you remain in contact with them most enemies will not detect you. When you leave the group you still remain blended for a short time, allowing you to quickly switch to other cover without being spotted.
As with previous games there are plenty of hay piles and shelters to hide in, but there are now areas of low bushes that can be entered and used as cover. As with blending a white circle appears over your head when you are hidden, and as long as you remain crouched and don't run you can safely move around within the foliage.
By approaching a corner and walking into it, you can press against it and enter corner cover. Although you are not completely hidden in this position it does give you a good protected view of the area ahead and is useful for tailing and eavesdropping. By pressing Circle/B while in this position you can whistle to attract a nearby enemy, then hit Square/X to perform a stealth assassination and hide the body when they get close to investigate. Be wary of whistling when multiple foes are present as they may all hear you and approach together, blowing your cover.
Escape from Enemies
You'll know when an enemy begins to detect you by the Social Status Indicator (triangular icon) that appears over their head. First the icon fills with yellow to indicate they are suspicious of you, and simply breaking their line of sight is enough to evade attention. Once filled, however, the icon will begin to turn red, indicating the enemy is actively investigating you.
If this happens, you need to escape from their sight as soon as possible. You can use your free-running skills to climb buildings or trees, or use hiding spots such as hay piles or wells. You can also use smoke bombs or other tools to create diversions or stun enemies. Once you are out of their view, a yellow circle will appear on your mini-map indicating their last known position. You need to stay away from this area until the indicator disappears and your status returns to normal.
If you fail to escape and enter open conflict with enemies, you have two options: fight or flee. Fighting can be fun and rewarding, but also risky and time-consuming. Fleeing can be safer and faster, but also challenging and frustrating. The choice is yours depending on your preference and situation.
If you decide to fight your enemies, you need to know how to use your weapons and abilities effectively. You have access to a variety of weapons such as swords, tomahawks, pistols, bows, rope darts, and more. You can equip two weapons at a time by accessing the weapon wheel with L1/LB. You can also use tools such as smoke bombs or snares by accessing the tool wheel with R1/RB.
The combat system in Assassin's Creed III is based on timing and countering. You can attack enemies with Square/X or shoot them with Triangle/Y if you have a ranged weapon equipped. You can also disarm enemies with X/A if you're unarmed or make them drop their weapon if you're armed. You can throw enemies with Circle/B or knock them down with L2/LT.
The most important skill in combat is countering. When an enemy attacks you, a red icon will appear over their head indicating that they are about to strike 061ffe29dd