SLUDGE LIFE 2: How to Enable Debug Menu

Welcome, rebels and digital graffiti artists! “SLUDGE LIFE 2” is back, doubling down on the grimy, open-world chaos and tagging freedom we loved in the first installment. But what if I told you there’s a hidden layer to this game that can amplify your anarchic adventures? Yes, I’m talking about the elusive Debugging Menu, accessible right from the Main Menu. This guide will walk you through the steps to unlock this secret arsenal and explore the game’s underbelly.


How to Access the Debug Menu:

Diving into the Debug Menu is like finding a back alley in the game’s code – it’s not meant for everyone, but for the curious and the bold. Here’s how to pry it open:

  1. Main Menu Maneuver:
    • Boot up and linger in the Main Menu. The gateway to the Debug Menu lies here, hidden in plain sight.
  2. The Fart Key:
    • Yes, you read that right. Press the F key (or the Left Analog on controllers) three times in rapid succession. This key, amusingly also the ‘fart button’, is your knock on the backdoor to the game’s Debug Menu.

Debug Menu Features:

Once inside, you’ll be greeted with a slew of options that can turn your gameplay experience on its head. Here’s a sneak peek at the power at your fingertips:

Screenshots from Steam Community CC

  • Give All Items/Remove All Items: Instantly arm yourself with every item in the game or strip your inventory clean for a minimalist challenge.
  • Show/Hide Location & Lookat: Toggle on-screen coordinates and focal points to orient yourself or hide them for an uncluttered view.
  • Give All Warps/Remove All Warps: Warp around the game’s vast world with ease or reset the network to rediscover every nook and cranny.
  • +1 Ciggy Cig: Because sometimes, you just need a ciggy cig in a game that’s as unconventional as this.
  • Delete Save File: A nuclear option for when you want to start from scratch, with the wisdom of past runs etched in your memory.
  • Playground: A sandbox mode within the sandbox game, because why not double down on the chaos?
  • Force Restart: When the world gets too weird, or you do, a hard reset might be just what the doctor ordered.

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