|Size: 1 MB||US$ 24.90, EU€ 25.23, GB£ 18.46 License: Shareware|
ArtMoney is a cheating program you can use for all games. ArtMoney can make a troublesome game easier to win by helping you find the memory address where a desired quantity (like amount of money) is located so you can change that quantity. In spite of its title, ArtMoney actually allows you to change any quantity specified in a game, whether it be dollars, bullets, swords, or health points. The program finds a hex address based on the input parameters you set and prints these addresses with their corresponding values. For example, if your character has 1,431 dollars, ArtMoney searches and displays all memory addresses containing the value of 1431. Of course, as there can be hundreds of memory addresses displayed after a simple search, you will need to filter this addresses. Buy PRO edition and get extra features and full technical support via email. Special offer for ArtMoney Pro! Use coupon code APAD784 for 10% OFF.
What's New in ArtMoney 7.43.1 [older]
- Updated emulator options. New emulator options for Amiga and Amiga CD32. Emulator options depends on Amiga memory size in WinUAE emulator. Fixed many bugs.
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|Platforms:||WinXP,WinVista,WinVista x64,Win7 x32,Win7 x64,Win2000,Windows2000,Windows2003|
|Installer:||Install and Uninstall|
|Publisher:||Who is System SoftLab? | More by System SoftLab | Visit Home Page | Country: Russian Federation|
|Downloads:||3 so far this month, 0 last month, 7354 total|
|Last updated:||1 months ago (15 Jun 2015)|
|Requirements:||Intel Pentium II processor (AMD K6-2) or higher|
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