Of Orcs and Men is a role-playing game jointly created by Spiders (direction and development) and Cyanide Studio (concept and production) for PlayStation 3®, Xbox 360® and PC.
In a brutal world at war, where the Empire of Men seeks to expand its domination and impose its beliefs, Goblins are systematically persecuted and slaughtered, while Orcs, if not killed in battle, are destined to be enslaved.
Play as Arkaïl, an elite Orc soldier of the legendary legion of Bloodjaws, a league of warriors devoted to victory in the war against Humankind. As a veteran group of warriors who have seen the most brutal of battles, the Bloodjaws are appointed to complete a mission that could change the course of the war: kill the one man responsible for all of the bloodshed, the one who has, for years, exhorted the human masses to loath and fight the green-skinned people... the Emperor himself.
A Goblin, Styx, will soon join you to aid you in your mission; he is everything Arkaïl is not. But you will find that this works to your advantage on and off battlefield. Taking advantage of their natural traits, they will have their own skill trees you can develop. While Arkaïl focuses on power, due to his incredible strength, Styx benefits from darker powers and stealth abilities, making him the perfect assassin.
From the filthy alleys at the foot of the Great Wall to the depths of the Empire of Men, your heroes will face the greatest dangers throughout their epic quest. As the world falls into chaos and you face a cruel and merciless humanity bent on eternal persecution of Orcs and Goblins, your unlikely duo will have one last chance to change the course of History and, hopefully, bring peace between your peoples.
So if you want to play as a HULK look alike ORC Or a small goblin assassin.
It is a fun game! I really have been enjoying it thus far and for the price, its really good. If a trainer could be made for this game that would be great but it just came out today and very late so I understand if it doesn't happen for a bit if ever.
Yeah it's not bad, very similar to the Game of Thrones RPG (Same developer though, different game engines however.) which some might find a bit clunky but I really like the game so far, it's pretty challenging too which is nice. (Dialogue is pretty funny too and there's a lot of cutscenes.)
I would guess the trainer focuses on the Steam version of the game since it's the main release but there's also a separate digital download and retail version so here's the exe for that just in case it's needed. Link
Yes the retail and digital download editions should be using the same exe with ActControl online (or manual) activation as the protection and then there's Steam with their own exe file though I believe they use the same copy protection as retail, just that they've added Steamworks functionality to the game.
(I would guess the addresses needed for creating a trainer like say freezing or altering attribute points or trade points thus differ between these editions of the game as they tend to do and as such needs a trainer made for that particular version of the game, unfortunate but hopefully it's not too much work outside of finding these new memory addresses once the base trainer or editor is finished.)
(Thankfully Steam and retail/retail digital download is often supported which is a really nice gesture, must be a lot of work and then there's sub versions like for localization or certain regions plus constant patching, like for example R.A.W which has been patched three times already since release yesterday or the so called hotfix for Borderlands 2 also released yesterday.)
it's pretty doubtful that the retail and gamersgate and steam versions are the same, especially since the steam .exe is called:
and the main engine is called:
i am going to likely need people to PM links to pwizard that have the game .exe (whatever it is called) and the game .dll (whatever it is called). take note that this is hightly STUPID of the developers to do, releasing multiple game names and dll names over multiple versions... so keep in mind that we probably won't be doing a hundred thousand versions of the trainer, and doubly so since this game had release and launch day problems.. which means it likely is broken on release and will require a sad amount of patches..