yeah, but if you want infinite health you gonna have to mem-hack it and freeze the value. Otherwise were just going to have to exit and update the value in the savegame file everytime we want to increase it. I cant see an app that constantly changes the value in the savegame file being possible, especially since that file is getting constantly updated by the game.
Would be much easier (ironically) to just fiddle about until we get a working trainer.
Claptrap posted on Dec 07, 2008 12:14:36 PM - Report post
There is a video of youtube about a guy that successfully achieved God Mode. What I think about it is that he did not modified health values but instead he modified the bulletproof vest values. Because he wears a bulletproof vest that does not take damage from bullets.
I'm gonna try to find something about that!
Euphoria posted on Dec 07, 2008 1:21:11 PM - Report post
He already told , that he changed the damage of weapons. Every weapon except M4 and AK 47 don't make damage. So he can be killed by AK or M4.(all weapons damage=0 , AK & M4 = 9999999)
Actually, that is a different mod, since from the vid, all the weapons niko uses give damage. Only thing is, where to download it from?
knightpress posted on Dec 07, 2008 2:00:12 PM - Report post
Actually, I can tell you all the programming "secret", all games have a maximum possible value that any stat can be in a given integer or float, and if that maximum value is exceeded, the number literally "rolls over" from the highest positive value, to the lowest negative value and then starts over with any left over value beyond the roll-over by counting up from way into the negative range.
Often a game would recognize any negative stat as zero.
After that explanation I can continue revealing the secret of his "invincibility" mod.
What he's done is make EVERY gun do 9,999,999 damage, meanwhile the actual damage done in game can only handle a tiny fraction of that value (apparently somewhere beyond 1,000,000 damage and change), so as a result the value eagerly rolls over trying to do it, and as a result NO damage is done because the game zeroes it out even though it's actually a VERY large number. The guns with such a high damage value at nearly 10mil do no damage, the M4/AK47 meanwhile at a "modest" 999,999 continue to do damage.
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