Download Steam Item Drop Idler

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kokole

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SteamItemDropIdler is a tool that allows you to idle Steam games for item drops.

Features
  • Works without Steam
  • Steam Guard support
  • Steam Mobile Authenticator support
  • Multiple instance support
  • Auto add free game license (for games that you idle only)
  • Auto reconnect if connection to Steam servers is lost
  • Command line parameter support
  • Can be used for mass idling (low RAM usage)

Supported games
  • Team Fortress 2
  • Games that use the Inventory Service Steam API (Killing Floor 2, Rust, Unturned...)

Requires x86 VC++ 2013 redistributable which can be downloaded here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=40784

Download and instructions here: https://github.com/kokole/SteamItemDropIdler/wiki/How-to-use

Source code here: https://github.com/kokole/SteamItemDropIdler
 

Alex

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kokole

How could it work for TF2 since it patched the text-mode and now it waits for user input to click on "Ok"/"Proceed" after every drop?
Ya using mouse controls or wat? :p
 

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kokole

How could it work for TF2 since it patched the text-mode and now it waits for user input to click on "Ok"/"Proceed" after every drop?
Ya using mouse controls or wat? :p
Since the user input is verified by the tf2 process (afaik) that shouldn't be any problem because the idler emulates the game instead of starting it
 

Alex

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Since the user input is verified by the tf2 process (afaik) that shouldn't be any problem because the idler emulates the game instead of starting it
Oh it emulates the game ,noice.
thanks for replying
 
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