Serious Sam Classic: The Second Encounter – Cheat Codes & Secrets

Serious Sam Classic: The Second Encounter - Cheat Codes & Secrets
Serious Sam Classic: The Second Encounter - Cheat Codes & Secrets

This guide contains Codes & Secrets for Serious Sam: The Second Encounter. For Single Player use Only.

Cheat Codes

  • All Info = please tellall
  • All Weapons = please giveall
  • Fly Mode = please fly
  • God Mode = please god
  • Invisiblity = please invisible
  • Kill All Enemies = please killall
  • No clip mode = please ghost
  • Point at any locked door, it will open. = please open
  • Restores all Energy = please refresh

Mental Mode

In order to unlock the coveted ‘mental’ mode, you must first complete the game in serious mode. After the game is completed, you should get a flashing message at the top of the statistics screen. Mental mode is a flashing option below serious mode.

Secret Egyptian Level

This secret can be found in the ”Tower Of Babel” level. The sub-level (objective) is when you start looking for the 3 wisdom tablets. At the start of the sub-level (this sub-level should have you starting on a walkway/bridge; The structure in front of you should be the front of the Tower of Babel), drop down from the walkway and turn left. Head towards the long wall (at the far-end), which has drawings of a lion-type creatures all the way across it. Obviously there is going to be lots of mayhem, so try to get over there as quick as you can. At the same time, try to lure your enemies over near the wall. At the wall, stand between the 3rd and 4th drawing.

When the enemies fire at you, move quickly out of the way (obviously). If they have fired at the right spot, a little passageway should now be exposed. At the end of the passageway, you should see a glowing warp circle. Go inside to find a heart and some armor (after blowing stuff up). There’s also a ”movie set” of the First Encounter, along with a beach ball.

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