Neverwinter Nights

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Neverwinter Nights
European Windows version box art
Developer(s) BioWare
Publisher(s) Infogrames/Atari
Series Neverwinter Nights
Engine Aurora engine
Version 1.69[1]
Platform(s) Windows, Linux, Mac OS X
Release date Windows
NA 2002-06-18
US 2002-07-03
NA 2002-06-20
NA 2002-08-20
Genre(s) Computer role-playing game
Mode(s) Single player, multiplayer
Rating(s) ESRB: T (Teen)
USK: 12+
ELSPA: 11+
Media 3 CD-ROMs
Input methods Keyboard, mouse

Neverwinter Nights (NWN), produced by BioWare and published by Infogrames (now Atari), is a third-person perspective computer role-playing game that is based on third edition Dungeons & Dragons and Forgotten Realms rules. It was originally to be published by Interplay Entertainment, but the publisher's financial difficulties forced the change. Infogrames released Neverwinter Nights for Windows on June 18, 2002. BioWare released the freely downloadable Linux Client in June 2003 (purchase of game still required). MacSoft released a Mac OS X port in August 2003. Two expansion packs were released in mid and late 2003, and a third in 2005. On October 31, 2006, the sequel Neverwinter Nights 2 was released followed by its first expansion in late 2007 and its second one at the end of 2008.

The game was based on the concept of building an internet-like model for a massively multiplayer game, allowing the end users to host the server. The belief was this model would create a potentially infinite massively multiplayer game framework. The game was named after the original Neverwinter Nights online game, the first graphical MMORPG, which ran from 1991 to 1997 on AOL.

The core release includes the game engine, a campaign that can be played as single player or multiplayer, and the Aurora toolset (for Windows only) used for creating custom content based on the same engine.


[edit] System requirements

[edit] Minimum system requirements

[edit] Cheat codes

To enable Neverwinter Nights cheats, you will need to hit the tilde (Shift + ~) key and type in "DebugMode 1" (case sensitive). Then hit the (Shift + ~) key again and press [TAB]. This should show you a list of the different functions available. Hit [TAB] again to scroll down the list. NOTE: All Neverwinter Nights codes are case sensitive.

Code Result
SetCHA X Sets your Charisma
SetSTR X Sets your Strength
SetINT X Sets your Intelligence
SetWIS X Sets your Wisdom
SetCON X Sets your Constitution
dm_givegold X Gives the X amount of gold to you
GetLevel X Raises you an additional X amount of levels
dm_god Makes you invulneralble
dm_heal Full health
GiveXP # Give # amount of experience points
SetDEX x Set Dexterity attribute
dm_givelevel x Set character level
dm_mylittlepony Ride a hobby horse
dm_cowsfromhell Killer flying cows
ModSaveFort Set character's fortitude save modifier
ModSaveReflex Set character's reflex save modifier
ModSaveWill Set character's will save modifier
ModSpellResistance x Set character's spell resistance modifier
SetAge x Set character's age
SetAttackBase x Set character's base attack
SetAppearance [race] Change character's race (human, elf, etc.)

NOTE: On some of the Neverwinter Nights cheats, it will simply give you a message saying "success" after you type the code and press [ENTER]. Other ones, such as the SetCHA will say "Entered Target Mode". You must click on your character to enable the changes to your character. Check out the Neverwinter Nights in-game listing, since it contains a whole bunch of different functions.

To use a command line action, you can bring up the console using the tilde key. You can also enter console commands into the chat widow by prefacing them with a double pound "##".

[edit] References

  1. Patches and Updates
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