GameHack is application written for the Windows 95/98 environment that allows you to take any game you are having difficulty with and make it easier. It accomplishes this by finding the memory address in which the desired quantity is located and giving you access to it. Example. Where the number of shotgun rounds is stored in doom.
It is a easy program to use that simply requires you to insert the current amount of an item you have and inform GameHack whenever that value changes. It will narrow down the address within the procedure thread until there is only one or two left. These are where the desired data is. You can simply change it to any value you want. Example. give yourself 255 shotgun shells in doom or return your life back to full.
You don't need to have any experience in coding or advanced debugging like many other attempts at making a game trainer. This is an easy to use, realistic program made for the common gamer who doesn't want to spend time learning to hack but wants to have a little more fun in their games. Best of all it is totally legal and works on any game that you can swap out of in the Windows 95/98 environment. (Swapping is accomplished with the Alt+Tab key combination)
Installing GameHack :
Getting Started The Basics :
Now click on the process button on the top left of the screen. It brings up a list of threads that Windows 95/98 is currently running. Next to each address there is a word or identifier. Look for one that most closely matches that of the game your playing. A few examples.
Lords of Magic = FFC02121 lom
The 8 digit code in front of the identifier is not important as this is simply used by the computer to remember where each program is.
Once you have selected the proper procedure for the game you are playing by clicking on it, hit ok.
Here is the beginning to your manual. Do you like it so far? What
type of audience are we going for? This is targeting people who know next to nothing about
computers while informing them about stuff like threads and we'll get into hex etc.
|You can select the process you
want to spy. Most of the time process name looks like executable's name, expect if you are
using a MSDOS game, then the process name will be WINOLDAP.
You can list the process or you can list the windows (default).
|You must use it always if you start a search.
|The same as First Search but you can use 4 new search methods. Decrease /
Increase/ No change/ Different.
GameHack always use the last value to compare them.
|You can introduce manually an address. Most of the time interesting addresses on a game are near, so if you found one, one up or down may be another interesting address.|
|Add or subtract them a value to each selected address. You can use it
if you had found some valid addresses and one day they are not valid (another program
version, computer, ...) well if one of this is 0x00401100 (now invalid) you can search
again its property, suppose that you find it on 0x00400100 if you select all the inavalid
address(es) and substract them 0x1000 all of them become valid, and you will not have to
search all again.
You should use first the Calculate option. You have to select one address on each list of addresses, the you press calculate and GameHack calculate the difference between them. Now you select a addresses you want to offset and press Apply, GameHack do the rest.
|You can change GameHack configuration.
|Found addresses list.|
|You can select one o more addresses and then send them to the valid address list, where you can watch/modify them.|
|Valid addresses list.|
|Some games won't let you switch to another task (GameHack), because Alt-Tab doesn't work, then you can try to switch to GameHack using the Hot Key.|