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Re: mmbbq 3.0.3.3alpha9
« Reply #90 on: Feb 06, 2016; 01:33 PM »
Hi Michel741,

mmBBQ isn't strictly for games, but rather a general tool. I plan to use it on mainly non-game software, e.g. to debug them or to make them scriptable.

But first I must test whether 3.1.0RC1 behaves better than 3.0.2, because the latter would almost always fail to inject into other programs (except into the games mentioned in the package), and wouldn't want to work in the way described in its programming documentation. I hope 3.1.0RC1 has some critical bugs fixed.

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Re: mmbbq 3.0.3.3alpha9
« Reply #91 on: Apr 10, 2018; 05:20 PM »
Is there any way to inject mmbbq to 64-bit version of the game? Since T3fun is closed there is a new online version of the game called London 2038 and sadly it uses only 64bit version of game exe.

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Re: mmbbq 3.0.3.3alpha9
« Reply #92 on: Apr 10, 2018; 07:49 PM »
Is there any way to inject mmbbq to 64-bit version of the game? Since T3fun is closed there is a new online version of the game called London 2038 and sadly it uses only 64bit version of game exe.

No, and if you use cheating tools you will be banned from 2038. Thumbs up for the ballsy move of asking for a cheating tool on the forum shared with London 2038 team members though

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Re: mmbbq 3.0.3.3alpha9
« Reply #93 on: Apr 10, 2018; 08:38 PM »
Is there any way to inject mmbbq to 64-bit version of the game? Since T3fun is closed there is a new online version of the game called London 2038 and sadly it uses only 64bit version of game exe.

No, and if you use cheating tools you will be banned from 2038. Thumbs up for the ballsy move of asking for a cheating tool on the forum shared with London 2038 team members though

I asked it because someone had to ask this question anyways since server is growing.

As you said that cheated players will be banned, I have to mention that if they have cheats they can just create new accounts and cheat again. Only way to win a war with cheaters is to hope that current private cheats won't be shared to public internet.

Thanks for the server btw ;)

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Re: mmbbq 3.0.3.3alpha9
« Reply #94 on: Apr 10, 2018; 08:59 PM »
Is there any way to inject mmbbq to 64-bit version of the game? Since T3fun is closed there is a new online version of the game called London 2038 and sadly it uses only 64bit version of game exe.

No, and if you use cheating tools you will be banned from 2038. Thumbs up for the ballsy move of asking for a cheating tool on the forum shared with London 2038 team members though

I asked it because someone had to ask this question anyways since server is growing.

As you said that cheated players will be banned, I have to mention that if they have cheats they can just create new accounts and cheat again. Only way to win a war with cheaters is to hope that current private cheats won't be shared to public internet.

Thanks for the server btw ;)

Thanks for your concern, but thankfully we ban based on more than just account, so it requires a little bit more work than just creating a new account.

You're welcome! Hope you're enjoying it.