What are Cheat Tables (.CT Files)?
These are scripts that can be used as trainers (cheating tools) for PC games. They require a program called Cheat Engine in order to be used.
How to use Cheat Tables
- Unpack the packet file if necessary.
- Install Cheat Engine.
- Double-click the .CT file in order to open it.
- Click the PC icon in Cheat Engine in order to select the game process. (Sometimes that might not be necessary if lua scripts are used to assign the process automatically)
- Keep the list.
- Activate the trainer options by checking boxes or setting values from 0 to 1
- If you have pointers, change them by double-clicking their values and freeze them by activating the check box assigned to them.
- Congratulations your cheats are now most likely active.
My Cheat Tables does not work. What do I do?
Most likely you updated your game. Now creating a cheat table takes a long time most people that code them do not get paid at all. – So there is simply no way that there will ever be a working Cheat Table for every version of every game out there. If you want to use trainers, then do not update your game. That is the general rule, since trainers are generally made to work with the release version of a game.
An exception to this rule can be AoB Trainers that do not depend on an exact memory structure. AoB Scripts are more advanced and can usually still find the values needed for the cheat, even if the game has had a few updates and changes. So it is highly recommended that you keep an eye out for AoB scripts if you want to keep your game up to date.
How Do I Make My Own Cheat Tables?
There are ways to make your own Cheat Tables (Trainers) for your PC games. Be warned however, the process is nothing for newbies. You can find a basic tutorial here.