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Overview: Play games your way!
“GameGuardian” is a game hack/alteration tool. With it, you can modify money, HP, SP, and much more. You can enjoy the fun part of a game without suffering from its unseasonable design.
Requires Android: 2.3.3+

GameGuardian Features Summary

  • Runs on ARM, x64 and x86 devices, including x86 emulators (BlueStacks, Droid4X, Koplayer, Andy, Nox, Memu, Leapdroid, AMIDuOS, Windroye, RemixOS, PhoenixOS, AVD, Genymotion etc.)
  • Supports Android 2.3.3+ (Gingerbread) through Lollipop (5+), Marshmallow (6+), Nougat (7+) and Oreo (8+).
  • Support different emulators like PPSSPP, ePSXe, GameBoy etc.
  • Game deceleration and acceleration (speedhack) for ARM and x86 devices, including x86 emulators.  Also supports both 32-bit and 64-bit applications on 64-bit devices using speedhack.
  • Search feature: encrypted values.
  • Search of unknown values when specifying the difference between values.
  • Search addresses by mask.
  • Explicit and "fuzzy" numeric searches.
  • Text (String, Hex, AoB) search.
  • Supports: Double, Float, Qword, Dword, XOR, Word, Byte, or Auto data-type searches.
  • Lua scripting support.
  • Modify all search results at once.
  • Filtering of search results (address greater than and less than, value greater than and less than).
  • Search in the background feature.
  • 'The fill' feature.
  • Time jump feature.
  • Dump memory.
  • Copy memory.
  • Customizable UI.
  • App locale for over 50 languages.
  • And, much, much more.

Notes:

Credit:

  • @d2dyno - Owner, lead designer, project management.
  • @Enyby - Lead coder, project management.
  • @Trasd - Technical consultant, project management.
  • @Aqua - Creator (retired).

What's New in Version 8.31.1   See changelog

Released

  • Bugs fixes.
  • Updated translations.
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I could not find a thread for the new Game Guardian.

So I'll make this suggestion here:

Can an option be added to settings to disable the long press activates game speed modification?

Reason:  Long press is required to modify a single value within the application itself.  Thus this application ingrains long press into its use (a bit less with the newer versions and 'Edit All').  However, the time/game speed adjustment feature breaks a large number of games (honestly only ever recovered and got back to a working game once when it got activated).  As such I'd just like to disable this feature from a setting so long or short press, the icon just takes me into the application itself.  As part of this, could the timescale/gamespeed adjustments be added to a menu within GG.

 

Thanks again.

 

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I could not find a thread for the new Game Guardian.

So I'll make this suggestion here:

Can an option be added to settings to disable the long press activates game speed modification?

Reason:  Long press is required to modify a single value within the application itself.  Thus this application ingrains long press into its use (a bit less with the newer versions and 'Edit All').  However, the time/game speed adjustment feature breaks a large number of games (honestly only ever recovered and got back to a working game once when it got activated).  As such I'd just like to disable this feature from a setting so long or short press, the icon just takes me into the application itself.  As part of this, could the timescale/gamespeed adjustments be added to a menu within GG.

 

Thanks again.

 

Thread is here ("Get Support" button): https://gameguardian.net/forum/topic/7222-gameguardian/

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@zarish
I did not quite understand.
You propose to transfer this function in the main interface of the application to it would be easier to find?

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Added two video tutorials for vague (fuzzy) search:

 

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Thanks for the update.  I think there is a visual bug with this version.  If I use the offset calculator to go to a particular memory address, the value shown on the memory list is different than the actual value.  If I then go and edit it the correct value shows up.  See attached screenshot for example.

 

 

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6 minutes ago, Enyby said:

@planterfascist I do not see any useful on screenshot. All white and dialog of edit value.

Lemme try upload a jpg instead.  As you can see in the memory list I'm looking at address 7F560B60h, and it shows a value of some negative dword number.  But if I edit the value as a dword, it comes up as 23303 which is the correct value.

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Try press refresh in memory editor. Memory editor for speed load data rarely. If value changes too often it can change after load. On open dialog edit data loaded directly from memory. But while you edit it it can change of course.

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Ah ok hitting refresh does show the correct value.  However, only this version has this behaviour, all the previous versions, including 8.10.0 did not have this issue.

 

Thanks again for the help.

 

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