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While there are not traditional cheat codes, there are cheats in the form of special IR Codes that can be scanned to give you special items, allies, weapons, and much more. New IR Codes are regularly made available, so be sure to watch the developer’s Twitter IR Code list to get new ones. Physical copies of the game also came with a pack of physical cards.
To scan an IR Code, you have one of two methods to use. If you have the Nintendo Switch version or the game or the IR Code Android app, you can use your device to physical scan the code. For the Switch, use the right Joy-Con’s IR camera; for the app, make sure it is on the same network as the game and use its camera.
The other method is to manually enter the code by coloring the squares in the 8x8 code grid accordingly to match. Either of these methods is how you scan IR Codes.
After you die a couple of times, you will unlock the settings menu. This lets you change several options to alter the difficulty of your playthrough. For example, you can turn off losing items when you die.
If you choose “Go to Altar” from the menu or shut down the game while in a dungeon, it will count as a death (and come with the loss of items and experience as from a regular death).
To leave a dungeon without losing anything, you can either use an equipment item called an Escape Rope or an Escape Circle that appears after bosses or occasionally in the dungeon. Leaving through these methods will also let you return to the last floor you were on.
Summoning monsters is very useful. If you come across a group of enemies or are having trouble and you can summon a monster to help, it can change things to your advantage.
Finishing a combo leaves you with a longer cooldown, but dashing or dodging ends it. Additionally, you can cancel the dash or dodge by starting a new combo.