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What games do you cheat in?
I'm from a first world country, I don't need to cheat.
Americans cheat almost as much as Russians, Chinks and Indians do. They're like 4th.
he said first world
If you're from a first world country then you're playing life on easy mode which is almost as low as cheating
Im not a sub human
You never cheated EVER IN your LIFE??
i tried cheating in warrock once and got banned straight away
i also got banned for hacking when i killed a paypig in APB (wasn't hacking)
Solo RPGs, for the power fantasy. But I would also do it in MMOs if I could, just for the pleasure of cracking through their grindy shit designed to manipulate you to be as miserable as possible to push you towards the game shop.
Well I cheat in csgo legit wise, for the bops and the movement. what do guys think?
battle royales and tarkov style games
only ESP, aimbots aren't fun
it helps finding actual action and can play without earphones
I want to cheat in hunt showdown, no other game has guns like it but I dont want to worry about when i'll get randomly jumpscared by the guy who paid money for a skin to blend into the brown everything.
i feel like hunt must have good anticheat because i dont think i've ever actually encountered one in it, not saying 6 stars doesnt have many cheats
you most likely have, it's just one of those games where it's incredibly difficult to identify one.
could be, though ive been playing dayz recently on community servers and decided to try official for the first time, an hour into it i get killed and im pretty sure it was a hacker (based on my position) and how far away the shot sounded
Rpg maker h games
They are always unbalanced
None, since I'm not transexual
Tarkov, it's very comfy just sniping players and knowing where to go
They should do it like in csgo where player/item position is unknown to the client unless they're close by
It would be even more effective in this game because of the long distances
how do you find these?
I feel like googling "Tarkov ESP" would probably lead me to some place that takes my cash and runs with it.
The only way is to just know other fellow cheaters and ask them, downloading free cheats is very bad for obvious reasons
nice, which one is it? how long have you gone undetected on the same account?
is it also very comfy to have a gts 450?
Fallout 3 anf Grand Theft Auto [Spoiler] San Andreas [/Spoiler]
>"this time I'll not cheat!"
>things doesn't go the way I want them to
>start cheating non-stop
Here's a list of all the games I've cheated on:
>Red Dead 2
>Killing Floor 2
>a lot of indie games, including Neon Abyss, Dusk, SEUM, etc.
And I don't intend on quitting cheating. In fact, I'm making my own game and I'll probably help people cheat in it.
Just get gud pussy. Youre shit at your own hobby. Total failure on all levels.
Cool, now win money doing it just to btfo the esports fags.
I'm not a third worlder so i don't cheat
I grew up with PS2 and had the cheat code magazine so I cheated in every game. PS3 games didn't have that many cheats, so that was lame. But now I just appreciate games without cheats because I'm old now.
all of them
the only time i ever did this was in terraria, and i did it just to troll and greif on servers.
anyone using this shit in fps games are wastying their time. especially the dumbasses itt playing tarkov with the radar cheats. just play the game long enough and you'll know where people are and how to hunt them. you're sucking out the fun from that game.
nigrita sucking out the fun
I do not cheat in games because I am not bad at games and I am not dark skinned
all of them. cheating in games gives me more time to get pussy.
TF2 because TF2 must perish
>TF2 must perish
The side scrollers from the 80s with infinite lives. StarCraft just to see the cinematics, playing vs AI is incredibly boring. Aannd.... No that's about it.
i dont know about 'cheat', but i do mod all my single player games. online multiplayer is garbage these days because of how easy cheating has become
I'd never even contemplate it for an actual multiplayer game, no
But in single-player, get fucked AI I'll do whatever the fuck I want
Depends on whether you consider save-scumming cheating
I'll even do it for some games that try to not even let me save, if you want your game to be a real roguelike you better not make your save files easy for me to copy and backup
i wished there was a way to have the viewmodels, textures and skybox cheats without having to actually commit cheating because they look cool
making your enemies and pickups a monochrome color is really nice looking
I closet cheat in CSGO, call people poor when they call me out, then say "I make $35k a year" which is the ultimate cheat code to winding up retards lol
I blatantly cheat in TF2, use the piss rifle to melt trolldiers on hightower etc
I wrote my own internal for gmod that lets me dump client lua files sent by the server which I then scan for exploits to ruin darkrp servers
I closet cheat in Rust on Rustafied Main US and am good enough at hiding it that I've only been banned once in 3 years of doing so
There is no better feeling in the world than making people extremely, excessively angry at you
How do you get into this? I've been interested for some time have experience with small scale software development but haven't ever really *inned* to cheat coding.
1. You need a fundamental understanding of C++ and specifically C++ programming for Windows. Understanding how pointers, structs, classes, DLLs, etc. work will make learning the specifics of creating a cheat much more intuitive
2. You need a fundamental understanding of reverse engineering. Stuff like finding offsets, how to use cheat engine and ghidra/ida to debug and decompile programs. A basic understanding of the x86 instruction set goes a long way here
3. You need to understand that public resources like UnknownCheats and MPGH can provide good info, but it's more likely than not the actual code provided is outdated/buggy/unoptimized/shit. A lot of amateurs and script kiddies put their code up thinking it's great when it's really dogshit. Being able to understand the concepts of *how* a cheat works rather than just copy/pasting code is essential.
If those 3 things seem kind of daunting, a good place to start is "pastes." There are a few open source cheats on GitHub etc that have fully fledged menus, features, etc. Compiling these and running them directly will get you VAC banned, so don't use them as-is. Read the source code and try to understand the concepts behind these "pastes" (i.e. how a triggerbot is implemented, etc) rather than just downloading them and running them.
You can add -insecure to your CSGO launch options and play vs bots to try these pastes out and mess around with changing parts of the code to get a better understanding of how things work.
This may seem daunting but if you put in a few hours a week for six months or so you will build a decent understanding not only of C++ programming in general, but how to write cheats. I got a 6 figure programming job using what I taught myself over 2 years of learning how to write cheats.
I love trolling on their servers lol
Thanks man I have step 1 done but the others will need some research. Is there any good resources with regards to Escape from tarkov?
steam doesn't ip ban so i'd also recommend creating second steam acc just in case, it isn't that hard either
I wish there were more videos of this happening to people/streamers.
how do you evade ip/hardware bans?
Not really a cheat per se
But in DoW SS UA a lot of people don't have the memory unlock patch
If I'm getting bored of a game I just spam nukes off the map until their game crashes and they disconnect
The only time I ever cheated in a game was over a decade ago in Minecraft Survival Games.
i cheated in tf2 a few times and its a weird feeling
aside from giving you the raw dopamine of seeing numbers go up and hearing your own killsounds its pretty boring because theres barely no tension anymore
ironically fighting people that are so good that they kill you even when cheating is the most fun youll get out of it, its like getting a buff so that you can finally see whats playing against someone truly good feels like
also everytime someone said "holy shit dude good shot" i just felt bad
90% of the fun of cheating isnt even in the game itself, the actual joy of cheating comes from developing your own script and seeing it work, and the feeling of "getting away with it"
oh and also destroying gay ego snipers that was really funny
Hacking with aimbot and wallhacks just seems so boring and meaningless. If I was going to put in the effort to hack in an online FPS I would do something silly like noclip hack into walls and try to taunt kill people as heavy in TF2
0 because I don't have to. I get accused of cheating all the time. I am that good.
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