I tried to enable a god mode in a game I play. Even though I found the health value on the correct address, locking the memory region did not stop enemies from killing me.
That means, that the real value might be sitting somewhere else.I found only this one memory address with the exact value of my health though, which is represented as a float in the game, since it can contain values like e.g. 333,9.
What would be a general strategy to find the real value?
I am using the latest Version of Cheat Engine.
ps.: I am doing this to strengthen my skills of reverse engineering with something simple, not because I am not capable of playing a game.
I just finished Tier 3 at CSR Classics. And what I found "funny" is that my Mercedes 300 SL had a higher rating(427) with Engine stage 4 than with Engine stage 5(425). All other upgrades were maxed out(Stage 5). How is rating calculated? Am I better with higher rating(Engine stage 4, 427) or with better(?) upgrades and lower rating(Engine stage 5, 425)?
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advantage of these opportunities. If I do not want to waste my life hoping for the RNG god to smile on me, I turn to cheats. So far I've figured out how to give myself billions of credits (Memory editing, nuff said) and increase cargo capacity of a ship (Memory edit the amount of wares, eject the hacked wares). Are there any other cheating options that won't mark my game as modified? Some memory editing tricks I've missed, particularly for engine tunings and rudder optimizations? Perhaps the key used to sign scripts officially endorsed by Egosoft has been cracked, allowing us to cheat however we like?
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