A_Lunatic posted on Nov 05, 2006 12:30:07 PM - Report post
How do you get this cheat working? I dont know what I have to do (even though it tells me). Please help me
Pegusus posted on Nov 05, 2006 5:13:10 PM - Report post
uh...u neglected to mention exact wad cheat u talking abt...but i assume it's the trainer...juz unzip the trainer out and press the button of the cheat u wanna activate.If done correctly there should be a short pause in the game with a female voice telling u 'option activated'.u're good to go from there on.
A_Lunatic posted on Nov 06, 2006 4:36:34 PM - Report post
Woops...I did forget didnt I Its the RevealAll cheat where you have to put the -"Dev" in. I dont know where to put it exactly.
Command-Line Cheat AKA: Shortcut This type of cheat is used when it's required to add a parameter to the way a game is launched in order to activate internal cheat codes or options. Follow these instructions:
1. Press "Start" and find the icon (shortcut) for the game. 2. Right-click on the icon, then click on properties. 3. In the "Target" box you'll find the location of the game's executable. (example: "C:\Game Files\GameX\GameX.exe" 4. Add the command-line cheat to the end of this line. (example: "C:\Game Files\GameX\GameX.exe" -cheat) 5. Once you make the change, select OK to save.
Special Note: If your "Target" has quotations around it, make sure you put the command-line cheat outside of the quotations (as shown above). Quotations will only be present if your game resides in a folder or sub-folder that has a space in it's name (ie: "Game Files". Simply place the command-line cheat at the end of the "Target" line if no quotations exist (ie: C:\GameX\GameX.exe -cheat).