Like Alex, I was looking forward to a KKND Xtreme cheat tool as I have not been able to get this game to run on my X360. The game only runs with the command line command word option '-badnews'. Apparently, the game does have a cheat but the developer KKND does not give out the word hence you cannot run the game with a cheat. You also cannot load the game with a cheat as the game is downloaded, but then the game is stored on whatever drive you install it on. Not a great way to run a game but it's no big deal.
2003 was a strategic year for the whole RTS market, the title that surprised everyone was KKND: Krush Kill 'N Destroy (KKND). The game won the title of "Game of the year" and the title of "Best Strategy Game of the year", and it was also a success in all the world's major stores. The parts and units of KKND could be divided into three categories: the units of "shelter", the units of "combat", and the units of "nursery", with which had been created the first part of the game. The economy of KKND was extremely simple. The inhabitants of the seedlings that were grown at that time could be divided into two categories: U-factory (companies or flats) and self-building, where the U-factory only worked in one place. The manufacture of the U-Factory was done for 1-3 days, and then the flat was ready for use. The basic units could be assigned to one of these categories, but later versions of the game added the construction plant, which allowed the production of U-factory or factories of any type. In general, in the units of combat and the units of nursery were only taken the best for the defense of their own territory, and the masses of the combat units were moved to protect weaker sectors on the flip side.
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