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Windows 7: does it pay for this game service

22 Feb 2013   #1

does it pay for this game service

I have a lot of pc games and i am stuck on a lot of them. I am trying to grt trainers for the games, but all the game sites want me to down som extraneous softeware. One site I found for game trainers is cheat happens. In order to get the trainers I need to pay a annual $50 subscription fee or one time $99 fee. I play offline all my games.

Anybody use cheat happens for game trainers and would pay for this

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23 Feb 2013   #2

Windows 7 Professional x64

I would NEVER buy anything other then a steam download or the disk version. Nothing else.
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23 Feb 2013   #3

Windows 7 64 bit Home Premium

Agree with you Quadrider10, I only play steam games, or what came with windows or disk
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23 Feb 2013   #4

Windows 8.1 Pro

I think you guys are missing the point. Game trainers are cheat codes that won't come with any paid game. Steam or otherwise.

Anyway @ the OP, I've been to cheat looking for trainers, and NO, I'm not paying into a subscription, especially when you can find other trainers & cheat codes elsewhere. I know I was looking for one for Prototype 1, and though it took a bit to find a good one, I did.

One thing you need to be very careful with though... making sure you find legit sites to get your trainers from because they're very easy to slip malware in. This is where cheat happens subscriptions come in, they claim their trainers are 100 percent free of malware.... thus the based fee subscription. And (I'm not sure) I think those uploading their trainers pay as well, so it's all very controlled.

Is it worth it? How important are trainers to you? Only you can answer that.

And if their files are as clean as they say they are, and you use a lot of trainers, well...
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24 Feb 2013   #5


What kind of cheats do you need trainers for? A generic memory hacking application like ArtMoney/Cheat Engine serves pretty much all my needs, and they have free versions that do the job perfectly well. People caution against visiting "cheat sites" for good reason, and asking for money just raises more flags. Stay away from them.

I've cheated in all sorts of singleplayer games, if you need help feel free to send me a PM.
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