Cheat Engine 6.2
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Cheat Engine Editor's ReviewIf you’re tired of always losing at a certain computer game, then this is the program for you. Cheat Engine makes single-player games easier to play so you always win. On the other hand, if you fancy a challenge, you can use it to make games harder too.
Cheat Engine comes with a disassembler and assembler, a debugger and a memory scanner, which finds variables within a game and lets you alter them.
Beginners can master Cheat Engine by running through the handy tutorial, which is downloaded to your programs list when you install the package.
This program is an open-source tool, so any computer user is able to contribute to its development.
Pros: Cheat Engine allows you to modify games to make them less or more difficult. The included tutorial makes it easy to learn.
Cons: Some computers identify Cheat Engine Files as being a virus, so you may need to alter your settings when you download it. Be sure to make your settings secure again afterwards though.
Conclusion: Cheat Engine is a great program that allows you to modify games and get more fun out of them. By making games easier, you can now get to the end of ones you found impossible and by making games harder, you can get some more mileage out of one that has become too easy for you. This is handy if you want a challenging game to play, but can’t afford a new one just yet.
Cheat Engine Publisher's Description
Cheat Engine is an open source tool designed to help you with modifying single player games running under window so you can make them harder or easier depending on your preference(e.g: Find that 100hp is too easy, try playing a game with a max of 1 HP), but also contains other usefull tools to help debugging games and even normal applications.
What's New in Version 6.2 of Cheat EngineFixes:
- Fixed the first plugin from not getting activated at restart
- Custom types can now do an unknown initial value scan
- Fixed the auto assembler highlighter from hiding some text while typing
- Fixed the auto assembler highlighter from not showing hexadecimal values as hex starting with A to F
- Fixed global debug from crashing in 64-bit (with dbvm)