Manipulate your Mac's memory to cheat at games
- Allows you to cheat at games that normally don't allow it
- Doesn't require any hacking of the game itself
- Includes a speed cheat for Halo
- Tricky to understand for beginners
- Won't work with all games
Have you ever simply given up on a game because you can't get past the same old problem? If so, it's time to get the cheats out and if you can't find any. The Cheat may be able to help.
The Cheat is a universal game trainer for OS X, which allows you to search the memory footprints of other running processes. In other words, this allows you to change the values of variables within games in real time, enabling you to cheat your way through it. Alternatively, you can simply use it to spice up your gaming experience and add new elements and surprises that don't normally exist. The key is that The Cheat manipulates your Mac's memory so that you make things happen that aren't actually possible in the game itself.
It isn't however a tool for newcomers to strings, integers and variables. In fact, it's hard to know where to start explaining how to use The Cheat for those who aren't familiar with memory footprints. Fortunately, an example of a cheat, which gives you extra speed in the game Halo, has been included in the download to give you an idea of what The Cheat can do. The Cheat is based on the Windows application Pandora's Box, so if you've ever used that, you'll feel more comfortable with The Cheat.
The Cheat isn't a particularly easy application to understand for beginners but it has a decent Help guide and if you're really stuck on a game, it may be your only hope.