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'''GSHI''', or '''GameShark Hackers Index''', is a website storing tons of [[Game Enhancer]] codes, hacking tools, guides, and this wiki. A populated forum and chatroom are also part of the site and bring the community together to exchange dialogue related-to and unrelated-to game hacking. 
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Nowdays the site goes under the name of '''GameHacking.org''' but still stores the codes and guides that made the website a go-to website in it's earliest of days.
  
 
== History ==
 
== History ==
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[[Image:Gshi.png|thumb|150px|right|The Classic GSHI Logo]]
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:''Main article:[[History of GSHI]]''
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GSHI was founded in the summer of 1999 by [[Lazy Bastard]]. Since then, quite a lot of things have happened.
  
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It all started with a FortuneCities website, an EZBoard donated by [[RPGod]], and some guys with a bit of free time to hack codes.
  
GSHI was founded at least one year ago by Lazy Bastard. Since then, quite a lot of things have happened.
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The main compulsion for users to join the GSHI back then was that, as a collective, GSHI were the few who actually hacked the "unique codes" - not the typical Infinite HP, or Maximum Gold. GSHI members hacked the codes you did not see very often, such as the Final Fantasy VII Sprite Control Modifier.  
 
 
It all started with a Fortune Cities website, an EZ Board donated by RPGod, and some guys with a bit of free time to hack codes.
 
 
 
The main draw to the GSHI for users back then was that, as a collective we were the few who actually hacked the ''unique codes''. Not the typical Infinite HP, or Maximum Gold; The GSHI members hacked the codes you do not see very often, such as the Final Fantasy VII Sprite Control Modifier.
 
  
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It took a while for the site to come full speed user and content wise. A rivalry with a competing codesite stirred up a few members but ultimately brought attention to the site and increased awareness.
  
 
== Now ==
 
== Now ==
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We've grown quite a bit over the years.
  
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Our code database boasts tons of codes, many of which are unique and cannot be found elsewhere.
  
Now, we've our own server, nearly thirty domains, a vBulletin and a Wiki. We've grown quite a bit over the years. https://gshi.org/vb/images/smilies/wink.gif
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The staff is composed of several long-time hackers and members of the scene, many of whom are from the old [[CMGSCCC]] forums.
 
 
 
 
 
 
== The Future ==
 
 
 
 
 
There are plans for the GSHI to expand in the future. When, and what? You'll only know in time. https://gshi.org/vb/images/smilies/wink.gif
 
 
 
 
 
== Current Staff ==
 
 
 
 
 
* LazyBastard - Owner, Founder
 
* LiquidManZero - Executive Administrator, Graphics Designer, PHP & MySQL Coder
 
* Ugetab - Administrator, Programmer, PHP & MySQL Coder
 
* KingEdgar0 - Administrator
 
* DarkSerge - Administrator
 
* Ace - Administrator, Website updater
 
* RPGod - Administrator
 
* Reeben - Administrator
 
* Absolute_Empty - Administrator
 
* CzarDragon - Administrator
 
* TruWizdom - Global Moderator
 
* GeoTube - Global Moderator
 
* Hybrid - Moderator
 
* BlackGoddess - Moderator
 
* Modman - Moderator
 
* Daminmancejin - Moderator
 
* Darke - Moderator
 
  
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BTW, we changed our name to Gamehacking.org, but to many members it will always be GSHI.
  
 
== Special Thanks ==
 
== Special Thanks ==
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To the following people: SolFire, Austin Power, dlevere, helder, The Donut, Superstar21, Parasyte, MyTruMeCoreMine, Alucard, luigi, Phil The Hammer Roby, Hacc, Tony Hedstrom, Chemist, Misfire, CC, Sage, Thunderhacker, GM0, gedowski, Floydfan, Jupi, Thalos, and anyone else that has helped the GSHI.
  
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==External Links==
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*[https://gamehacking.org/vb/threads/14810-A-look-at-GameHacking-org-(actually-GSHI-at-the-time)-in-August-2002 See GSHI when it was just 3 years old]
  
To the following people: iamstillhiro1112, SolFire, localwoman, Austin Power, dlevere, helder, Superstar21, MyTruMeCoreMine, Alucard, luigi, Phil The Hammer Roby, Hacc, Tony Hedstrom, Chemist, Misfire, CC, Sage, Thunderhacker, GM0, gedowski, Floydfan, Jupi, Thalos, and to anyone else that has helped the GSHI.
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== External links ==
 
 
 
*[http://gshi.org/ GSHI Website]
 
*[https://gshi.org/vb/index.php GSHI Forum]
 
*[http://gshi.org/?s=jchat GSHI Chat (Access it with the Java client)]
 
*Alternatively, you may access our IRC channel with whatever client you prefer. [irc://irc.max-evolution.com:6667/gshi|Server: irc.max-evolution.com Port: 6667 Channel: #GSHI]
 

Latest revision as of 11:36, 6 July 2016

GSHI, or GameShark Hackers Index, is a website storing tons of Game Enhancer codes, hacking tools, guides, and this wiki. A populated forum and chatroom are also part of the site and bring the community together to exchange dialogue related-to and unrelated-to game hacking.

Nowdays the site goes under the name of GameHacking.org but still stores the codes and guides that made the website a go-to website in it's earliest of days.

History

The Classic GSHI Logo
Main article:History of GSHI

GSHI was founded in the summer of 1999 by Lazy Bastard. Since then, quite a lot of things have happened.

It all started with a FortuneCities website, an EZBoard donated by RPGod, and some guys with a bit of free time to hack codes.

The main compulsion for users to join the GSHI back then was that, as a collective, GSHI were the few who actually hacked the "unique codes" - not the typical Infinite HP, or Maximum Gold. GSHI members hacked the codes you did not see very often, such as the Final Fantasy VII Sprite Control Modifier.

It took a while for the site to come full speed user and content wise. A rivalry with a competing codesite stirred up a few members but ultimately brought attention to the site and increased awareness.

Now

We've grown quite a bit over the years.

Our code database boasts tons of codes, many of which are unique and cannot be found elsewhere.

The staff is composed of several long-time hackers and members of the scene, many of whom are from the old CMGSCCC forums.

BTW, we changed our name to Gamehacking.org, but to many members it will always be GSHI.

Special Thanks

To the following people: SolFire, Austin Power, dlevere, helder, The Donut, Superstar21, Parasyte, MyTruMeCoreMine, Alucard, luigi, Phil The Hammer Roby, Hacc, Tony Hedstrom, Chemist, Misfire, CC, Sage, Thunderhacker, GM0, gedowski, Floydfan, Jupi, Thalos, and anyone else that has helped the GSHI.

External Links

GSHI related topics
History of GSHI - Reviews - GSHI Anniversary Contest - GSHI Battle - GSHI Domains - GSHI Headquarters‎ - GSHI Mart - Hexbits‎ - Topic Games - Chat Quotes