Need help on how to use iHaxGamez

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  1. Abc s67 macrumors newbie

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  2. Blue Velvet Moderator emeritus

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    In the download is the documentation on how to use it.
     
  3. gauchogolfer macrumors 603

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    Admirable restraint on the 'lock' button, BV.
     
  4. Abc s67 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Um i have seen the document but i still need help ill be waiting for response
     
  5. Abc s67 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Well i think it is much more confussing then cheat engine and having a mac this is the best thing i could find
     
  6. Rayzed macrumors newbie

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    I may be able to help

    I wrote iHaxGamez so I might know how it works. What program are you hacking? Is it an online multiplayer game or just a single player game on your computer? Did you figure out which address(es) to change? Did you change a value at an address? Did you then hit the Enter key to lock in your change?
     
  7. je1ani macrumors 6502

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  8. i try my best macrumors newbie

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    well i am trying to cheat the game dragon fable

    i cannot quite find out how to get to change the money and whatever else :confused:
     
  9. Rayzed macrumors newbie

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    iHaxGamez and Online Games

    You sent me a message saying that you were trying to add to your money in the online game, "Dragon Fable".

    With online games, it's usually not possible to hack your character, because the data for each character is actually stored and tracked by the server hosting the game. If you were able to find and change the memory location on your computer that holds the amount of money that you have, then the server hosting the game would correct the amount when your computer tried to use the money. Most online services will ban users who attempt to hack values on the client's end because it is unfair to other users of the service.

    iHaxGamez was designed to hack games running on your local computer only. That way, you're not cheating other people, but only making changes that affect your own game experience.
     
  10. dumbball macrumors newbie

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    can i hack cd-roms?

    Can i hack my rollercoaster tycoon game with this program to get me more money?
     
  11. Man bear pig macrumors newbie

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    I know what your talking about

    ok im having the same problem, and ive been on cheatengine for dragonfable, you cant change your gold, but what I want to be able to is change the damage of a weapon which i think you should be able to do with this engine, and then you can get as much gold as possible by beating the hardest people
     
  12. Mac Attack99 macrumors newbie

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    Ihaxgamez

    Ihaxgamez is not working! Try using it on the game Feudalism on Addictinggames.com! I try all of the data types and it doesn't work! :apple:
     
  13. Man bear pig macrumors newbie

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    dude ive been waiting for a reply for 2 months your not going to get one by repetitvely posting in it sorry, its just a bad hacking program
     
  14. Rayzed macrumors newbie

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    Feudalism and other Flash games

    OK, Here goes:

    Flash is evil (IMHO). I will start with a solution to your Feudalism problem, and then, I will explain my opening opinion.

    In order to hack Feudalism (and many other Flash games), you need to get out your calculator or your "Multiplication Tables: Page 8". All integers are stored internally in this version of Flash as 8 times their meaningful value. (I will explain why in a sec, but just keep reading for now.) So, if you're looking for the number 20, look instead for the integer, 160. (Thats because 20 x 8 is 160.) Now, make that number change to something else (19 perhaps). Search for the new value, 152 (thats 19 X 8). Go to the found address and replace it with a multiple of 8 like 800 (100 x 8). Go back to the game and make it refresh/repaint the field value (perhaps hit the plus sign that affects the number). Wow!!! It's Magic!!! U R 2 Amazing, Rayzed!!!

    Why does Rayzed think Flash is evil? Flash uses a "virtual machine" to run Flash applications. Depending on the Flash version, perhaps even the machine you're running it on, it uses one of a few (or many?) virtual machines. A virtual machine is a program that translates commands from flash so they work under whatever browser/operating system you have. Each virtual machine can store values (integers, strings, etc) in any way it wants to store them. In the case of some Flash VMs, it stores integers left shifted 3 bits (if you understand binary numbers, this is what causes the need for multiplication by the number 8 which in binary is 00001000). This should explain the need for multiplication, but let me continue my rant for a moment.

    During my research, I found one location on the web that stated that (at least one) Flash VM stored integers in immutable variables (I'm guessing as strings because strings are usually immutable in modern programming languages). This means that every time a number is changed, its location in memory changes. This, of course, would make searching for values with programs like iHaxGamez impossible.

    So, when you come across a Flash game, try the multiplication method. If that fails, good luck, I have no idea what will help at this time.
     
  15. Rayzed macrumors newbie

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    2 Months Wait

    As far as Dragonfable is concerned, I would have responded with help two months ago if your comment was placed in the form of a question rather than a statement.

    I recommend not cheating if Dragonfable is a multiplayer game. I don't think it's fair to others playing the game. I don't want to sign up to play it so I can't test out how to make changes, nor can I tell if it's a multiplayer game. If it's not a multiplayer game, try the multiplication method to make a change. As long as the server doesn't validate the numbers, try changing your gold amount first. I would think that if they spent the time to validate the gold amount, they would validate your weapon stats the same way, but try and see. Maybe you'll get lucky.

    <rant mode="self righteousness" soapboxlevel="Babylonian tower" >
    Also, iHaxGamez is not a "bad hacking program". It works just fine when used properly. I did a lot of testing on both my PPC and Intel based Mac. I predicted a possible change in processors two years before Apple switched to Intel from PPC processors. The difference between Bigendian and Littleendian Integer storage was handled when Apple hated the Intel architecture. Plus, it's open source, so if something doesn't work right, anybody has the chance to fix it, or they can tell me why it isn't working. As I have time to make changes, I will release a version that handles the Flash x8 automatically. Or, perhaps somebody out there might do it for me. We're in a crunch at work so I'm coding a lot during the week. Most weekends, lately, I prefer to play on my Xbox rather than in front of XCode.
    </rant>
     
  16. Man bear pig macrumors newbie

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    Ok well Dragon Fable is not a multiplayer game it is a one person rpg, there is no interaction between other players in the actual game, as for gold it is server sided which means I can't change it, but I should be able to change the weapon damage and health because I have seen many pc cheating aplications that can do this, for some reason I have just not been able to do it for some reason, and as you dislike flash then maybe it is just flash being flash, I am sorry for insulting your engine i meant nothing of it, thank you for your response
     
  17. Rayzed macrumors newbie

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    Sorry...

    I'm sorry I was in a kRayzed mood yesterday. In re-reading my rant, I sounded like a jerk. I am a Jerk, but I didn't want to let the word get out!

    :D

    If you point me to a current PC cheating method for Dragon Fable, I can see if I can translate it into an iHaxGamez version.
     
  18. Mac Attack99 macrumors newbie

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    So do i have to multiply the number i want to change by 8 before i can search it? Would it be different in different games? And once I have multiplied the number by 8 would i have to change the integer? :confused:
     
  19. Mac Attack99 macrumors newbie

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    Flash Games

    The x8 theory worked for feudalism but when I had tried several other flash games it didn't work? :confused:
     
  20. Rayzed macrumors newbie

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    Basically, the idea for these Flash applications is that every number you enter into iHaxGamez needs to be 8 times the desired value. This is true for Searching, Filtering, and Replacing.

    Unfortunately, this only works on some Flash apps.
     
  21. Mac Attack99 macrumors newbie

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    Arcade Town

    I found that most of the games on the website arcade town could be hacked. Maybe because they make them all a similar way?:apple: Would there be a way to tell if they game could be hacked?
     
  22. Rayzed macrumors newbie

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    How to determine...

    I have no clue. Perhaps somebody might know, but I never wrote anything in Flash. I'm more of a "make it go" programmer than a "make it look good" programmer.
     
  23. Man bear pig macrumors newbie

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    i hadnt checked my email in like 2 weeks and i just suddenly saw these responses, ok well I have been looking over the way pc cheat and the way you do and they are similar, the only problem is that when they find the variable they want change they freeze it(which i guess keeps it the same) and the problem im having is that when i find the variable that i wwant to change i.e. damage or health i am unable to because ill put the new damage in and refresh that creen if i do that then the variable returns to its old self, while if i do nothing it stays the way i put it but does not actually take into affect, http://forum.cheatengine.org/viewtopic.php?p=824278#824278 if you scroll down a bit there will be different hacks and explanations on how to do them, if you could figure out what im doing wrong or how i could actually change the values and keep them changed it would be appreciated, and no i dont think u were mean in those posts, you were just mad at me disrespecting your product, i could never make something like this anyway so i think highly of you.
     
  24. bullittube macrumors newbie

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    Help! lol

    hi

    i am trying to hack a game called "drag racer V3" but i can't fined the value
    i was wondering if u could help thanks :) (i have used CE)
     
  25. skierdude macrumors member

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    Great program

    I dont know about u guys, but this program has very rarely let me down. In some games such as: http://addictinggames.com/achillies

    do not work for me, meaning i cannot intercept the change of numbers.

    Also, what is the latest version of ihaxgamez?:D
     

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