San Andreas modification for exploring the city
- Category Action
- Program license Free
- Version 2.0
- Size 2.77 MB
- Works under: Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows Vista
- Program available in English
- Program by Eclipse nl
GTA n00bmode is a free-roaming cheating mod for Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
GTA: San Andreas is a now-famous free-roaming game where you gun down your opponents as you, in the role of a gangster named CJ, roam the streets of the titular city, divided into three major districts. Now, of course, an astute player might wonder just how open the game world is if it's divided into three districts – and the answer is that, even though San Andreas has a huge game world, much of it (two whole districts at first) is locked behind the game's story mission.
Realizing this will probably be a gamer's first reason to cheat. After all, confined to the starting island, you can't get planes, find a lot of high-quality cars, or access some features – like a lot of the game's girlfriends. Fortunately, this is where GTA n00bmode comes in. By using its "Stripped" and "Opened Up" modes, you're placed into a San Andreas where you have no obligations, and can do whatever you want, within the confines of the game itself and several generous cheat codes.
Or, you can use the cheat codes that n00bmode provides alongside the game itself, and play through missions with no restrictions as to where you go – plus far fewer restrictions as to what you do! Although GTA n00bmode can limit the game's difficulty, this isn't such a bad thing for anyone who's planning on cheating, is it? And just because you can cut loose with the power of cheat codes, that doesn't mean you have to.
In addition to the expected weapon and car generation codes, plus invulnerability, n00bmode allows you to spawn extra homies, slow down time at will to dodge bullets (which is certainly harder in normal San Andreas!), or give your car a dose of nitrous oxide. Overall, for anyone who's fine with breaking San Andreas over their knee, GTA n00bmode is a fun – and even occasionally helpful – departure from how the game normally works.
- Comes with multiple modes for different needs
- A wide variety of cheating options beyond the basic god mode
- Easier to use than the in-game cheat codes
- Poorly-used cheats can create instability
- Occasionally crashes
- Doesn't add cut content back into the game