WillieSea wrote:All I know is that the Trainer Maker Kit is supposed to look from the start of the 'steem.exe' process and count downward from there to the memory address I specify.
muguk wrote:http://www.gamehacking.com will have links to these other trainer tools.
WillieSea wrote:I think it may be better to just edit 'memory snapshots' from steem. I know how to do that, its pretty simple. (realitively speaking)
But since so very few people even use them, I may not even do that. Its a lot of work. Its easier to use TSearch to find the location and edit it right then and there. Then just play the game.
WillieSea wrote:Is your program downloadable and usable to others?
WillieSea wrote:I would assume you would have to create your own text file with the cheats since the memory location is different on every computer.
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ini example (note multiple addresses may be changed for each cheat if required - see 'Pacmania')
[Rick Dangerous II]
I wanna goto The Fatman's HQ=05270648:05;Apply on level select screen then press 'Fire' WITHOUT moving the joystick up or down.
infinite lives=15269465:6;infinite lives--self explanatory really
power pills on demand=15251907:253|15251921:253|15251935:253|15251949:253|15251963:253|15251977:253|15251915:3|15251929:3|15251943:3|15251957:3|15251971:3|15251985:3;This gives Pac a yellow power pill which causes all the ghosts to run. Note: Do not use the powerpill hotkey if you have already taken one and are in the process of eating a 'blue' ghost - it locks the game!!! Why anyone would take another powerpill when one is already in use is beyond me, but I thought I'd best mention it anyway.;13
nuke all ghosts hack=15251915:2|15251929:2|15251943:2|15251957:2|15251971:2|15251985:2;use hotkey ingame;32
WillieSea wrote:Actually, I have been creating some of those also.
I just finished Karateka and was amazed at how short the game was once you didn't get killed every 7 feet/meters.
X3peri_MENTaL wrote:I'd be interested in seeing (screenshots) or trying out anything you build, as such utilities are great if you can't find a trained version of a game.
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