GameShock is a universal cheat finder for many games running
on Windows. It works by analizing memories used by the game to find
specific location where it stores its properties, such as experience
points, health level, money, etc. Once you found the location, you
can easily modify its content to whatever number you want.
- Small memory requirement, so it will works just fine on older computer.
- Fastest memory searching capability compared to others similar tools.
- View and edit memory content of a program using Memory Browser.
- Comparative search, usefull when you don't know the exact value of a number.
- Easy to roll back and forth from any program to GameShock by using hotkey.
- Three cheat mode: write, bit set, and bit clear.
- You can auto freeze a cheat, or activate it only when you press a key.
- Save and load cheat for future use or for sharing with other people.
| ||Operationg System||:||Windows 9x/ME/2000/XP
| ||Processor||:||no special requirement
| ||Memory||:||32 MB or above
Main window of GameShock
In this window you will see available cheats.
You can do many things such as activating, deactivating, or changing the cheat.
Find Cheat window
Most of your cheat finding session will be in this window.
You can enter the value you're looking for, or create
a snapshot if you don't know the exact value.
This window show memory content of other process in hex-editor-like environment.
You can edit the number here, or copy some bytes from one location
and paste it to another location.