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No, do it yourself. Pretty sure initial creator Zanzer stopped a long time ago. I picked it up myself cause I wanted to to update it. I ended up doing what I wanted and shared it with others. I no longer want to so its now up to whoever else wants to. If you reeeeeealy want it, try updating yourself. Its a good learning experience.
Edit: If your'e cool and want to update it, but don't understand certain parts of it, you can ask questions. Although, to not flood the thread with questions, keep the questions related to the game and the hacks inside the cheat table. If you want to update a hack and can't quite understand it, I or maybe others can help out.
Geordan9 Please teach me with video clip. i'm beginner who want create game data pointer. I thank you in last update, It help me in Hero Colloseum Battle Pointer but Please teach me. I'm begging you
You seem to be able to find pointers yourself, but I assume you don't understand the script that programmatically finds the pointer and stores it in the custom symbol "gamedata". I honestly am not sure what you need help with or what you're asking. I won't make a video tutorial. Try and figure out what it is your confused about and tell me what it is you need help with. Helping you with everything at once isn't going to happen.
The unnecessary colors annoys me, but whatever. A lot of the stuff broke in the previous tables due to offsets changing, but most importantly scripts were scanning for bytes that would most likely change in an update. Your pointers, for example, use the entry point (DBXV2.exe) plus a certain offset. The offset will 99% of time get shifted over by an update of the game. What you'll want to look into is how the script to create the "gamedata" symbol works and how the AoB scan works to find the location of the instruction accessing that static pointer address. Instead of writing the static address in manually, the script should find where it would be and then read whatever it is and store it in a symbol named "gamedata". So yea, sounds like a lot, but definitely something to look into for the future.