Before score senders, everyone used either game trainers or speed hacks/cheat engine to cheat at games. So you actually PLAYED the game to get trophies. These trainers actually live up to their name, too. They actually trained you at the game. After cheating, I'd play the game without any cheats (to look legit) and I'd be able to score so much higher than before using the trainers. I mastered so many games this way... Escape from Meridell Castle being one (actually got the highest score ever back in the day which was around 4200 points). I remember trophies being so valuable (people used to pay 5m per trophy on these forums) and doing services for friends in game. Used to wake up early before school on reset days and open up my multi-trainers made by @(you need an account to see links) and RareDareDevil and try and get as much trophy scores as possible before I had to leave/the trophy handout times. :p Good times.. can't wait to re-make my multi-trainer soon and release it. It used to have over 80 games but TNT updated a bunch and most use the newer flash so they won't load (not yet).
Anyways, feel free to post about your past when using trainers to get trophies. :cool:
I don't really remember trainers and stuff like that but I do remember that there was a way to make snowballs into super attack peas in the battle dome or pretty much any other weapons you could think of. I forgot how it worked but it was pretty cash. Oh, I also remember when it was $36/M for pure.
I used to use cheat engine to slow down Petpetsitter and I actually got trophies in that game haha. People would neomail me how I got so high though :p
I would also slow down Smug Bug Smite and win at World Challenge.
Good times.. then I got iced for carelessness
You used to be able to change your weapons in the BD from using that web developer add-on that changed weapon values lol. It didn't make them really those items, and also you could change your opponent so everyone could beat the Space Faerie even when they didn't have her as an opponent.