Cheat Engine for Mac
More the once users stop playing a game because they couldn't get past a level or because of an annoying game bug. On the other side, some users prefer more challenging games and wished for a higher difficulty. The Cheat Engine may be the solution for your game problems.
Cheat Engine is the unofficial port of Cheat Engine for Windows and a free and open source tool designed to help users modify single player games according to their needs and preferences.
As expected, Cheat Engine's interface is similar to Cheat Engine for Windows and might prove hard to use, especially for new users.
Fortunately, Cheat Engine comes with a built-in tutorial that will help you understand the basics of the application.
Cheat Engine features a memory scanner that enables you to search the memory footprints of various running processes. In other words, you will be able to change the values of variables within a game of your choice in real time. As a result, you will be able make the game harder or easier to play and add new elements and change your gaming experience.
In addition, Cheat Engine comes with a disassembler, debugger, assembler, trainer makers, speedhack, system inspection tools, direct 3D manipulation tools and more.
Thanks to all available tools you can cheat or debug games or try to fix and debug standard applications.
However, Cheat Engine it is not an utility for beginners or for users who are not familiar with variables, strings, memory footprints or integers.
On top of that, Cheat Engine is not compatible with the latest version of Mac OS X and is not smooth-running on Snow Leopard either.
In conclusion, Cheat Engine is an outdated utility, hard to understand for beginners and that will only work on older versions of Mac OS X.