A wishlist of some sort

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A wishlist of some sort

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A thread that would submit some sort of crackme style programs/simulated scenario program (like the default cheatengine tutorial)
That can help train newbies how to use cheat engine.

For example lot of games uses dynamic objects, and clone objects so it's harder to search for values
So if someone can submit such programs in order to familiarized newbies to enhance their skills sets on creating tables/scripts.
This would be a great thing instead of practicing with huge games.

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How about you start with pure Win32 assembly? That's where the crackmes are. Cheat Engine is a front-end, a "macro" for ASM.. Learn the base, really.. Game-hacking is assembly applied. Perhaps some programming too.

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Re: A wishlist of some sort

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SunBeam wrote:
Tue May 12, 2020 2:14 pm
How about you start with pure Win32 assembly? That's where the crackmes are. Cheat Engine is a front-end, a "macro" for ASM.. Learn the base, really.. Game-hacking is assembly applied. Perhaps some programming too.
I'm rusty as hell when it comes to cheating modern games
My assembly skills are still basics
I skip floats instructions (the whole computation st0 st1)
And just deal with movss xxm?

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