is home to a huge selection of cheats and game enhancement codes for everything from retro to the cutting edge, the largest collection of video game hacking guides on the web, a treasure trove of downloads, a forum and chat community housing the best hackers in the scene, and much more...

Disclaimer: We are not involved with piracy (game 'cracking', etc), and do not condone hacking of online, multiplayer games or unlocking paid content. 'Hacking', in the context of, refers to modification of a platform's system memory during game play, or modification of files that comprise a game, to achieve a desired effect during game play. In other words, we make cheat codes here.

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terpsfan101 Promoted to Chronicler

by rimsky82 (15 Replies)
Another user making his way up the ranks... He's helpful to other users, has a high reputation, and is a quick-pull with the hacking trigger. And one of the best characteristics of a chronicler is that he cares about the integrity of the codes on the site and is willing to spend the time to make corrections.

Congratulations to terpsfan101 for making chronicler, who certainly fits the bill. ...and like me is a fan in the Big 10, albeit Maryland :P

Don't everyone PM their requests at once.

New CheatEngine Table Repository, and Other Stuff

by rimsky82 (7 Replies)
So at is a new little area for submitting cheat tables, thanks be to DarkByte. It's pretty basic at the moment, but those in the hacker group and above should be able to add tables. I will add features as I can, such as editing and deleting submissions. If you want to submit some tables that you made, and you don't have access, please post in our forums.

Other things happening around here lately... the forums crap out from time to time, we're still trying to figure out that little issue. I made some adjustments with the ps2 day1 codebreaker server, I'm still working on that a bit... although I'm thinking it's hardly used.

I've noticed that the retro gaming scene has exploded in recent years, mostly in regard to hardware collecting and modification. It seems odd to me that it has been somewhat quiet around here amidst the explosion. I don't hear much about cheating at least among the more popular youtubers, but I know there's still an interest as Kevtris recently added the ability to use 6 game genie codes on his Super NT.

There's more in the works, so stay tuned... if that's still a thing

Interviewed nolberto82 for Hackers of Lore

by Lazy Bastard (0 Replies)
I've interviewed nolberto82, and added the interview to Hackers of Lore.


Interviewed rimsky82 for Hackers of Lore

by Lazy Bastard (0 Replies)
I've interviewed our own rimsky82, and added the interview to Hackers of Lore.


Interviewed Dark Byte (creator of Cheat Engine) for Hackers of Lore

by Lazy Bastard (0 Replies)
I've interviewed Dark Byte, creator of Cheat Engine, and added the interview to Hackers of Lore.


Interviewed Abystus for Hackers of Lore

by Lazy Bastard (0 Replies)
I've interviewed our own Abystus, and added the interview to Hackers of Lore.


Interviewed Demonic722 for Hackers of Lore

by Lazy Bastard (1 Replies)
I've interviewed our own Demonic722, and added the interview to Hackers of Lore.


Tony Hedstrom is now a moderator!

by Lazy Bastard (20 Replies)
Tony Hedstrom has been a prolific hacker here for a long time; I'm happy to announce that he's now the Hacker Threads forum moderator.

Welcome aboard, Tony Hedstrom!

New forums, and new main site theme

by Lazy Bastard (2 Replies)
The forums have been upgraded and redesigned, and the main site has had a theme change to match the new forums. If I may say so myself, they look pretty awesome. Thanks to rimsky82 for a lot of awesome work, and thanks to vBulletin to making a mostly solid product that is sometimes downright infuriating :)

We're still working through a few issues; please let us know if you discover any new ones, in the Under Construction/To Be Added forum.

Happy hacking...

New forums coming soon

by Lazy Bastard (7 Replies)
We'll be upgrading and changing themes, most likely to a "Night" theme, in the near future. Stay tuned.

WiiRd forums - browseable archive up

by Lazy Bastard (0 Replies)
Several years ago, became the host for l0nk's WiiRd forums. Unfortunately, l0nk seems to have disappeared some time ago, and hasn't responded to email in over a year. Recently he seems to have let his domain,, expire, and thus no longer functioned. did a faulty job of copying it, and many people were asking if anyone had a copy of the forums, which contained codes, guides, and discussions that couldn't be found anywhere else.

Fortunately, thanks to our backup system and some great work by Demonic722, it's now available in a frozen-in-time state here at

WiiRd Forum Archive

Enjoy! Discord chat

by Lazy Bastard (4 Replies)
I forgot to mention it, but for those who don't know yet, now uses Discord for chat. We also still support IRC, and our IRC channel and Discord main channel are connected via a pair of bots that share chat between the channels. In any case, Discord is the preferred chat medium, and we may in the near future discontinue our IRC channel.

If you haven't tried Discord yet, you definitely should. It's a much more multi-platform-capable system, and you can seamlessly switch between mobile, web, and desktop app, without worry about log configuration and missing conversations in the channel forever :)

We hope to see you there.

Interviewed Geiger for Hackers of Lore

by Lazy Bastard (0 Replies)
I've interviewed the legendary Geiger, and added the interview to Hackers of Lore.


Ace has resumed his position as a administrator!

by Lazy Bastard (2 Replies)
Welcome back to the fold, Ace. Your absence was unpleasant; let it never happen again.

;) GitHub organization account

by Lazy Bastard (0 Replies)
There's now a GitHub organization account, primarily for Project Artemis and all its constituent parts (Artemis For PS2, Artemis For PS3, Artemis For Android, etc), but I assume it will also be used for our other projects in the near future.

For now it's mostly a skeleton, and it's probably organized and utilized badly, because I have no idea what I'm doing in GitHub. Presumably people with more experience and organizational talent will rescue me from myself shortly.

If you're interested in contributing or have input in general, let me know here or in Chat.

There will be some integration between our GitHub account and BountySource in the very near future, and hopefully some very interesting developments will unfold.
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