Cheating in Games is Not Nice but Sometimes a Little Help Does Not Hurt

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  • 04 Feb 2014
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  • That’s right: I don’t and will never support cheating. However some developers make it so difficult to advance that would make you abandon the game entirely. For that purpose alone and hoping you’ll not use it all the time I’m going to present you with an option of the better kind. Let’s see how it works.

    GameCIH

    The app I’m about to talk about is the work of developer schwarzis.net. It’s called GameCIH and about the CIH part you must know it has an interesting history. The naming was first given to a very dangerous PC virus back in the Intel Pentium II Era. Then the naming was again used to define a cheat engine for PC games – that is about all PC games with just one tiny few Kb app. Now it comes fully featured to the Android platform.

    The app offers many tools for modifying certain values in the title’s engine. It features options like a Memory Editor, Crack, Hack Tool and even the ability to Change Game Speed.  Another high grade it gets for the ease of use as it operates within the game searching and modifying the values as you see fit. Still even the developers worn to not overdo-it as you might end up with all your progress lost or even having to re-install the game. I also advise (again) not to use it until you really feel there is no advancing from that point. Then you can download the app for free from the Store and use it.

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