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Posted 23 March 2008 - 09:31 PM

I found a cheating tool called Cheat Engine. SO you can change the value of whatever you want on a game or any program. Like if you want a lot of money, you type in the amount of money you have in hex, then scan, if you have more than one address then spend some money type in your new amount and press next scan, spend next scan until you have 1 address left double click it so it appears in the box and change it's value and freeze it to have infinitive money :thumbsup: . Some games have anti cheating tools. BUT some people says it contains malware. Norton detected nothing :flowers: and I found another easier noobish cheating tool called Artmoney. I'm having a lot of fun with C.E. and getting abnormal high scores. But is it safe??? The site also says it's safe? (you can also find cheat engine vids. on YouTube)

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Posted 26 March 2008 - 09:38 AM

Hmm, I don't know if this kind of topic is allowed or not. But I myself have posted a few topics that I thought were fine that crossed the line a little to far (Sorry Koran :thumbsup: )



As far as the program being "safe" It all depends on what you use it on. Definitly don't think its going to be fun to boot art money and change hex values in say... Windows.


If you use it on browser games, yeah no biggie. On installed games? You might have to reinstall if you corrupt certain values.

Just becareful with it.
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Posted 23 April 2008 - 12:27 PM

I found a cheating tool called Cheat Engine. SO you can change the value of whatever you want on a game or any program. Like if you want a lot of money, you type in the amount of money you have in hex, then scan, if you have more than one address then spend some money type in your new amount and press next scan, spend next scan until you have 1 address left double click it so it appears in the box and change it's value and freeze it to have infinitive money :flowers: . Some games have anti cheating tools. BUT some people says it contains malware. Norton detected nothing :thumbsup: and I found another easier noobish cheating tool called Artmoney. I'm having a lot of fun with C.E. and getting abnormal high scores. But is it safe??? The site also says it's safe? (you can also find cheat engine vids. on YouTube)


whenever i do this, i usually find it easier (and less dangerous to pc) to get cheat tools specifically designed for a certain game. like I used to have a tool that let me modify anything in fallout 1 and 2, and it was a lot safer to experiment with, since i couldnt possibly change anything important on my pc, just a thought
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Posted 23 April 2008 - 11:04 PM

Most game now have command consoles so you just have to unlock it easily and type a few codes in there. If it doesn't have a console I usually just download a Trainer from Gamecopyworld It's the same thing ryan_w_quick said. There designed for specific games.
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