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January 30 2011:the application failed to initialize properly (0xc0150002)
For those that are getting the above error download the Visual C++ 8 redistributable. It is used by the lua dll's that CE makes use of.

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January 10 2011:Cheat Engine 6.0 Released:
It has taken a while but the wait has been worth it: Cheat engine 6.0 has been released
It's not only a new version with some new features, but a complete port from Delphi to Freepascal/Lazarus with support for 64-bit
Of course, some features could not get implemented in this new version just yet, like the directx mess and trainer creator, but they are planned to come back in the next versions. If you need to use them, just use Cheat Engine 5.6.1 instead(Check the download page if you need it). And other features have just been stripped because they where useless (hyperscan)
Of course, new stuff has been added like the VEHDebugger, improved pointerscan speed, ability to compare to the values of a saved scan, advanced scripting, etc...etc...etc...

If you encounter bugs or have suggestions, please do not hesitate to report them. If you don't I can't fix/improve Cheat Engine

Cheat Engine 6.0

  • several disassembler fixes

  • change by offset supports negative hexadecimal offsets

  • several fixes to the data dissector

  • Fixed simple paste

  • Hextype won't change pos

  • Bugfixes after the official release (Max 1 week): 

  • January 11 2011: Fixed a hotkey issue

  • January 11 2011: Fixed the stringlist_add crash

  • January 13 2011: Fixed a deadlock in the lua createProcess command

  • January 15 2011: Fixed the lua writeXXX commands

  • January 16 2011: Fixed assembling st(0),st(x) instructions and one more hotkey issue


  • Added a 64-bit version

  • Different compiler (uses fpc/lazarus now instead of delphi)

  • Addresslist has been reimplemented from scratch

  • Debugger has been reimplemented from scratch

  • Hexview has been redesigned

  • Added a new debuggerinterface : VEHDebugger

  • replaced underc with lua

  • Added several lua routines

  • pointerscanner speed increased

  • custom types changes from scantype to valuetypes that can be used in multiple locations

  • disassembler shows colors and can be configured

  • improvements to the stackview

  • added tabbed scans

  • standalone Trainermaker is currently not implemented

  • added the option to save scanresults

  • You can now compare the current addresslist to the values of a saved scan (first scan included)

  • The above also makes the percentage scans more useful, so a between % scan has been added as well

  • Tables can now contain lua scripts that can get executed

  • Table entries can execute lua scripts when enabled/disabled (see it as an extension to auto assembler)

  • Added conditional breakpoint

  • added break on data breakpoint

  • automated "find what accesses address" now shows a trigger count

  • Hotkeys on cheat entries have been improved

  • Temp files don't get saved in the ce folder anymore

  • Cheat Tables don't get saved in the ce folder anymore

  • Added a suggestion where you can save your tables now

  • Cheat table entries can now be dragged and dropped, including on top of eachother

  • Hexview can now show seperators any way you like

  • You can compare two hexviews with eachother to show the differences

  • Added the 7 byte hexadecimal display type

  • Added some extra plugin apis

  • Improved the change register on breakpoint gui

  • And lots of other stuff...

    Also, I heard news that scientists have finally managed to create pigs with wings
    January 5 2011:Shortcut to launch Cheat Engine missing:
    In case you're noticing that when you start Cheat Engine you get a message that the shortcut isn't valid anymore and Cheat Engine.exe has been deleted from your system then you've become the victim of a really crappy anti virus program. (Really, any anti virus that deletes files without user permission is crap)
    This is probably also the cause for the "Error Code 2" message during install

    The solution to this problem is uninstall your anti virus(McAfee in particular) and reboot. Then reinstall Cheat Engine and everything should work fine(perhaps installing a different anti virus as well, as long as it isn't McAfee)

    And if you feel like it please contact that anti virus vendor (e-mail and/or forum) and let them know they should stop deleting Cheat Engine.exe (Even if their forum already has more than 100 topics about it)

    also, Cheat engine 6.0 will be out any day now

    Juli 1 2010:Before I forget:
    Because I'm getting flooded with e-mails of people that don't check the forum, if you're using firefox and want to use Cheat Engine on a browser game, then open plugin-container.exe instead of the firefox process. (That process will only exist when the game has already been started)

    June 30 2010:10 year anniversary and 5.6.1 release
    Well, it's been a decade now that the first version of Cheat engine saw the light
    To celebrate that fact I've released ce 5.6.1 , which is mainly a bugfix version but also has some small usability improvements, I also wanted to put out a beta version of CE 6 today but since it has an annoying bug that makes the foundlist hard to use I'll spend some more time on that first.

    link: Cheat Engine 5.6.1


  • Fixed bug where ce would crash(close) on XP systems on certain type of games when opening a process

  • Fixed the error at "Same as first scan" when using the float type

  • Pointer rescan for value now accepts more than 8 characters

  • Fixed pointerscan for value not supporting more than 1 thread

  • Fixed showing the fpu in the kernelmode debugger

  • Fixed Decreased/Increased by %

  • Dissect Data now detects non-exact floating point values again

  • Disabled executing the aobscan when assigning a script to the table

  • Some disassembler fixes

  • Again some more DPI fixes

  • The byte-editor in the hexeditor window is now properly aligned at the proper height

  • The XMM registers are now shown for kernelmode debugging as well

  • Implemented the stop button for kernelmode "Find what addresses this code accesses"

  • Fixed error message when pressing enter and no address is selected in the addresslist

  • Fixed samememory regions so the last byte is now included as well

  • Fixed the simple-copy/paste option in settings (it now has effect)

  • Fixed bug where pressing alt made a lot of controls invisible in vista and later

  • Fixed the pointerscan bug that caused out of memory problems for the scan (Was already secretly fixed and released for 5.6 one week after the official release, but still mentioning it)


  • Rightclicking on registers(multiple locations) saves them to the clipboard

  • The values of dissect data can now be saved to disk

  • Auto Assembler script entries have a small <script> text you can click for easier script editing

  • The commonmodulelist.txt has been updated with some extra dll's that have nothing to do with the game (thanks to psych)

  • AutoAssembler: You can't move the cursor beyond the end of a line anymore

  • Pointerscan: Pointerscanner now tells you that pressing stop is a stupid thing to do

  • Pointerscan: doubleclicking an pointer with invalid base now adds it anyhow. (In case the base becomes valid again later)

  • Several extra window positions are now saved when the option to save the position is enabled (included pointerscan and autoassembler)

  • CE now notifies you if it thinks there's not enough dispace left

  • Default pointer option is now set back to insert instead of append

  • Added a "Same as first scan" hotkey option

  • When opening a new process and chosing to disable everything now also disables entries in advanced options

    January 31th 2010:Cheat Engine 5.6 Released
    And again, I failed to update versions inbetween...(mainly having to do with dealing with a new dissaster every month). Of course, those that compiled the svn sourcecode did get to enjoy the new stuff earlier
    Anyhow, version 5.6 is finally released and it has some neat features and opens several new possibilities for plugins to do some neat stuff
    link: Cheat Engine 5.6


  • Removed stealthmode. (Someone could make a plugin for this, one probably more advanced than the old one)

  • Pointerscanner speed has been increased a lot

  • New Icon (thanks to Phox from the forum)

  • The pointerscanner can now scan for values

  • The pointerscanner now lets you specify an offset list that it has to end with.

  • Removed the injected pointerscanner

  • The auto assembler now supports code outside of [enable] and [disable] sections so it affects both

  • Resultcount is now comma seperated (thanks to infinito)

  • New kernelmode debugger

  • Added the ability to offload the current OS to dbvm (if your cpu supports it)

  • The driver is now 64-bit compatible. (You will have to sign it yourself, or reboot with unsigned driver support)

  • Rewrote the disassemblerview

  • Deleting addresses from a scanresult is now a bit faster

  • Changed the hotkey handler to be more controllable

  • New heaplist that works based on dll injection instead of toolhelp32

  • Dissectcode now helps finding referenced strings

  • Added a new Auto assembler command "aobscan(varname, arrayofbyte)"

  • Added a new Auto assembler command "assert(address, arrayofbyte)" which will make a script fail if the bytes aren't what they should be

  • Dissect data now works with offsets instead of sizes

  • Added the ability to follow pointers easily with Dissect Data

  • There's now a stacktrace visible during debugging (2 different types)

  • The registerview is gone as long as you're not debugging

  • CE now suppresses the "No disk" message when the systems searchpath is invalid

  • Added a common modulelist to the ce folder that you can edit. Include files that you do NOT want to go through when doing memory inspection

  • You can now open another pointerscanner window while another pointerscan is running and read the results.

  • The pointerscanner can now also scan for values

  • Added a string reference windows

  • Improved the plugin system:

  •     You can now add auto assembler commands

  •     You can now get a callback when the disassembler is being rendered

  •     You can now add a plugin item to the context of the disassemler

  •     etc...

  • Added (float)#, (double)# and (int)# support to the assembler, (double) is mainly usable in combination with the new DQ command though


  • Fix mov [reg],reg disassembly when a 16-bit prefix is used

  • Fixed some floating point assembler instructions

  • Taborder fix for "Value between scan" (infinito)

  • Fixed the Auto assembler code injection template with regard to the "Alt:" line

  • Jmp FAR instruction not shown properly in the disassembler

  • Fixed disassembler instructions that had a rep/repe prefix while they shouldn't

  • Fixed xorps instruction

  • Fixed assembler where segment registers are used

  • Fixed rm32,imm16 notations getting dowsized to rm32,imm8 while they should go rm32,imm32 

  • Fixed hang when setting the window on top and then doing a scan

  • Fixed FILD qword instruction

  • Fixed FNSTSW AX instruction

  • Fixed FCOM instruction

  • Fixed IMUL,0a instruction

  • Fixed broken alt-key when the disassemblerview is focused

  • Fixed the bug where removing a assigned hotkey to a cheat table didn't work

  • Fixed the floating point panel. It now actually shows the floating point values...

  • Fixed several bugs in the Dissect Data window

  • Several gui fixes for high dpi systems

    Many thanks to everyone that reported bugs (e.g csimbi and Recifense) and suggestions.
    Thanks to Psy for helping with the helpfile
    And thanks to Oliver Sahr who has sent me a lot of suggestions, data and other information, which I will work through in the coming months. And probably make adjustments to the site accordingly

    January 18th 2009: Cheat Engine 5.5 released
    I guess I didn't officially update CE as often as I hoped, but anyhow, here's the new version: Cheat Engine 5.5

  • added 'short' and 'far' override to the jump instructions. (Mainly usefull for auto assembler scripts that by default pick the far one)

  • copied the "Find out what addresses this code accesses" from advanced options to memory view

  • Made the above function display the current value so you don't have to add them first

  • And made it non-modal so you can do other stuff while it's working.

  • Improved custom scan so it can now also display the results

  • New speedhack implementation

  • New AutoAssembler window

  • Removed the question if you want a new scan. (You must now click on new scan yourself)

  • Added GlobalAlloc to the autoassembler

  • The dissect structure window can now be opened multiple times (for comparison)

  • Structures are now saved in the cheat table

  • The main ce window now has a menu (can be disabled in settings if you don't like it)

  • The processlist can now show process icons. (could be slow, so can be disabled in settings)

  • The settings window has been changed from tabs to a list

  • Added a tools menu so people can add quicklaunch apps. (e.g: calc)

  • Added the option to save and load tables as XML

  • Changed copy/pasting of entries to XML

  • Helpfile changed from .HLP to .CHM , also incorporated the plugin documentaion in the helpfile instead of a seperate .RTF

  • Added a few new functions to the plugin system and made the examples easier to understand (Mainly for helping with assembly scripts)

  • Added a packet editor example plugin

  • Assembler can now work with " and ' strings

  • Changed the reverse pointer scan to give more details about what is going on

  • The positions of the main window and memoryview can now be saved

  • The about window now tells you which version of dbvm is loaded if dbvm is running

  • If DBVM is running and you choose physical memory, it goes through dbvm's read physical memory instead of windows'

  • Added a floating point panel to several windows that use system context to display variables

  • Added the option to the memoryview hexview part to display 2 bytes, 4 byte, float or double instead of bytes

  • Improved the dissect data window to show addresses next to eachother

  • The bottom part of the memory view window (hexview) can now display as different types (byte, 2 byte, 4 byte, decimal 4 byte, float, double)

  • Changed the multi pointer tutorial step so it now represents a real game situation

  • Added the adminRequired anifest to the standalone trainer


  • Fixed the multicore scan crash

  • Fixed the MEMORYFIRST.TMP file showing up in a weird location

  • Fixed several hotkey setting bugs

  • Fixed loading back the speedhack hotkey values

  • Fixed a crash when opening a process with a broken PE-header

  • Fixed several assembler and disassembler instructions

  • Fixed memoryviewers "copy to clipboard" option where it picks the wrong option

  • Fixed binary scan crash on nextscan

  • Fixed huge memory leak in pointerscanner

  • Fixed the "No error message" on error during a scan

  • Fixed bug with calling kernel_XXXX functions in assembler

  • Fixed a trainer bug regarding clicking on cheats

  • Fixed 32-bit icons in the trainer maker

  • Fixed the terminate scan option

  • Fixed a DPI bug on several windows

  • Fixed a crash when loading of the symbols failed

    I've also uploaded a new version of dbvm that should be more compatible with systems that have more than 4GB ram and fixed several bugs. Also started implementing an emulator for the 'hard to virtualize' sections. So for those that know the difference between an IDT and a SDT, go ahead and download dbvm

    July 27th 2008: DBVM source
    Still busy with other stuff(But I do manage to work on CE every now and then), but since some people are having trouble with DBVM on their system I've decided to open up it's sourcecode for the public, so other people can make improvements. It still needs a lot of cleanup work, and some parts could be used from other programs, or even from inside the compiler(I have this nagging feeling the whole common.c part could get removed if build in precompiled)
    I've made this package to compile on a 64-bit fedora core linux distro (I myself use a cross-compiler on a 32-bit laptop to generate the 64-bit, but this should be easier for people to use) but other distros should work too
    Packages needed: nasm and yasm and optionally mkisofs and rar to make a package release

    Stuff that really needs some improvements:

  • Makefile, I know, it's not a 'standard' makefile. But it suits my needs. If anyone feels like it. Make a better one. 

  • The linking and filling in sizes could probable be done better instead of parsing the .MAP file to find the location

  • Changing the hardcoded vmread/vmwrite values's with more meaningfull defines

  • Better support for multicore setup

  • The virtual machine's first sector loader+executioner may need some extra code to make it work on more systems

  • Some real-mode 'special' cases may need some extra work

  • Emulating paging speed improvement and making it work for PAE systems. Still can't figure out why PAE just refuses to work

  • AMD support

    You can download it here.

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