You can warp to any level by using a command line parameter
when you start up the game. The parameter is "QUEST:ExLyDz", where x is a number
from 1-3 and signifies the episode number, y is from 1-9 and signifies the level number,
and z is from 1-5 and signifies the difficulty level. If the "Ex" is missing,
the episode number defaults to 1; if the "Ly" is missing, the level number
defaults to 1; and if the "Dz" is missing, the difficulty level defaults to 3.
Warning: use of any of the following codes
may cause the system to crash -- use at your own risk! These cheat
codes quite often do - this is not an empty warning.
To enter "examine level" mode, hold [capslock] [d]
[x] down simultaneously.
For each code given below, press [backspace], then type the word in, letter by
Tech Support Command Line Parameters
FIRE - power up weapons for both characters
RAIN - recharge health points
MAGMA - power up stamina for both characters
ASTRAL - Round mana gems up to 250
PRIME - has effects of FIRE, RAIN, MAGMA, and ASTRAL
ETHER - level warp
WIND - partial invincibility (invulnerable to everything
except spikes, crushing weight, and drowning)
NOEMS - turn off use of EMS
NOXMS - turn off use of XMS
FORCEMEM - disregard memory check at startup (can cause poor
Cheat keys are not officially supported by Apogee. If you use
the debug keys, Apogee cannot provide any support, since this alters game performance to a
state where our standard support comments and issues might not apply. In short, using
cheat keys can cause the game to malfunction or crash. Use at your own risk!
"Customer Cheat" means it's the cheat given out with
the registered version of the software.
"Debug Mode" means it's an unsupported cheat mode.
"Tech Parameter" means it's a code that does
something, but really isn't a cheat, it's more or less there to help Apogee Customer
"Misc Command Line Parameter" is the same type of
thing as Tech Parameter.