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If you have used a Windows computer before, you know that Cheat Engine is one of the best tools for creating and sharing personal cheats for PC games with other users. Several years back there was a MacOS version made, but it lacked all the more useful functionality of the PC version. Since the Patreon for Cheat Engine was created, DarkByte, the author of Cheat Engine, has promised the MacOS version will be updated. Well just a few days ago he delivered on that promise!

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When I was trying to play Diablo 1 on my GPD Win I thought there has to be a way to incorporate controller support, similar to the Playstation 1 port. I remembered that there was an open source reverse engineered project for Diablo 1 called Devilution, so I figured that would be a good starting place for this project. After forking the repo, I started by getting familiar with the code base and creating new functions for how I would imagine this system working.

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If you have HENKaku on your PSVita and use something like PKGj to get your games, DLC, etc. you may see a (3.61+) in the content’s title. This is because HENKaku can only be installed on PSVita or PSTV systems that are at 3.60 firmware version. You can technically update from 3.60 to 3.65 once you have HENKaku installed. But still newer games or updates will sometimes require 3.67 or 3.69 firmware versions.

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The zip packages on this page have assets and documents for theming a Windows 10 computer to look like an older operating system. Watch the YouTube video and read the documentation provided to get an understanding of how this process works. If at any time you want to undo the theme, simply follow the process backwards. For example, uninstalling Windows Classic Shell or restoring the desktop icons or changing the desktop wallpaper back to whatever you had prior to this process. None of this will be perminant, everything can easily be undone.