Ion Fury Cheats on Playstation 4 (PS4)

Last Updated: October 17, 2021
Ion Fury
  • First Released: Aug 14, 2019
  • Genres: Shooter, Indie

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Name Change and Iron Maiden

Easter Eggs

The game’s original name was Ion Maiden. Due to the name and the name of the protagonist, Shelly Harrison, the band Iron Maiden felt it was too close to their own name and Steve Harris. In order to avoid a lengthy lawsuit, the developers changed the name of the game to Ion Fury. Shelly Harrison’s name remained, however, so you can decide for yourself if you think that’s a reference to Steve Harris.

Silent Hill 4 reference

Easter Eggs

You can find a replica of Room 302 from Silent Hill 4: The Room, which features red notes at the entrance to either represent the Silent Hill 4 save points or the journal pages from Joseph Schreiber, roughly the same apartment layout (including the chest for items), a ringing telephone, and the remnants of the chains around the door.

Dangerous Dave 2 reference

Easter Eggs

Since the developer was a big fan of Dangerous Dave 2, also known as Dangerous Dave in the Haunted Mansion, the mansion has been replicated here as an homage to it, bringing its 2D layout into 3D.

Twin Peaks reference

Easter Eggs

With some quick maneuvering, you can reach a secret room that resembles the red room seen in the dream sequence in Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me, with the protagonist commenting, “Ain’t this dreamy?” in response. On the wall, a message says “The good Shelly is in the lodge and she can’t leave. Write in your diary!” which references the message Annie gives to Laura in Twin Peaks (changing the character names to match Ion Fury).

Access Hidden Level (Piano Puzzle)


The hidden “Grand Slam” level can only be accessed if you have a Purple Keycard to get through the door. This keycard is hidden behind a piano puzzle. To solve it, you need to play a particular melody on the piano found in Heskel’s Office. The melody itself is found in a computer terminal on the previous level. You’ll need to play six notes in order: DCADCF. It doesn’t matter how slowly you hit the keys, as long as they’re pressed in the correct order, so don’t worry if you need to look up the placement of piano keys to find the right ones. If you’re having any trouble, you can also check out the video below.

Portal reference

Easter Eggs

There is a secret room that is modeled after a testing chamber from Portal, complete with a Companion Room and a cake. When the protagonist approaches the cake, she will comment that she was promised cake, a further nod to the falsely promised cake in Portal.

All Stashes and Secrets Locations


There are 33 hidden stashes, known as Dick’s Secret Stashes, for you to find throughout the levels, along with a few other secrets as well. These can include secret rooms, rewards, Easter eggs, and more. If you’re having trouble finding all of Dick’s Secret Stashes, use the video guides below to help you find all of the game’s secrets.

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