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Adding Skill Points
shoresofexile  posted on May 13, 2012 8:40:02 AM - Report post

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It is possible to add skill points using a third party program (like Cheat Engine: Link) to change the values of the appropriate memory blocks. It's hard to get used to at first if you've never used a program like this before, but I'll try to walk you through it.

1) Start Cheat Engine

2) Run MLB 2K12

3) Load up your custom player in game and proceed to the skills screen

4) ALT+TAB out to Cheat Engine

5) In Cheat Engine, click the icon in the top left -- the tooltip should read "Select a process to open"

6) Choose the process named "mlb2k12.exe"

**Here's the part some might find confusing at first...**

7) Click "Add Address Manually," on the right in Cheat Engine

8) The addresses to add and their respective functions are as follows:
- Pitching: 01622870
- Batting: 01622864
- Fielding: 01622868
- Baserunning: 0162286C

9) Add these addresses via the "Add Address" screen -- I recommend naming them in the "Description" box for easy reference

10) Once you've added the addresses for the values you want to change, they should show up in the box at the bottom of the Cheat Engine window

11) Next to each address, double-click on the number under the "Value" column and change it to the number of skill points you want to add

12) Check the box to the left of the addresses you've changed -- if you leave them checked, you will keep this number of skill points, no matter how many points you spend; checking, then unchecking them will simply add the skill points for you to use up normally

13) Return to the game and level up your skills

14) ALT+TAB back out to Cheat Engine and set the values back to zero

15) Done; close Cheat Engine

If any find this step-by-step walkthrough confusing, I can post a video up on YouTube outlining the process.

Hope this helps.

JKwervo  posted on Jun 22, 2013 9:43:37 PM - Report post

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It's been a month, and I've only recently got the game. I looked at this tutorial, and yet I am not able to alter and add any skill points. I followed the steps to the T and it still isn't working.

I had hoped Cheat Happens would have a trainer for skill points but to no avail.

seancoppock  posted on Nov 04, 2013 3:26:45 PM - Report post

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To shoresofexile The add addresses manually worked great, they are correct just to let everyone know!! Thanks a lot man!

[Edited by Sean Coppock, 11/4/2013 3:27:57 PM]

[Edited by seancoppock, 11/4/2013 3:29:30 PM]

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