Solved UrT q3 - health static address problems

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Liduen

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Hello GuidedHacking.com! :)

I am totally new in this forum and watched almost all Turorials on Fleeps Youtube Channel. At this point I want to thank you for all these Tutorials Fleep! :)
But now I am in trouble with a few addresses in my own game, which I try to "hack" with CheatEngine 6.2. It's called Urban Terror and it's a Free-to-Play Quake3 engine based FPS.
I searched a few hours (lol) to get the right addresses for my Player's health. Well, finally I ended up with these three non-static adresses.

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I am now able to freeze my health ingame if I toggle them, which is great. But now I'm totally messing the whole thing up, because I have no clue how to get the right static address.

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I found out that the address >100EC020< accesses all these addresses. But as offset I get the same address, which is totally different than the example with AC in Fleep's Tutorials. A Picture:

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When I start a new Scan for this static address in "4 Bytes" - Mode, I get an static address >00A18EEC<. But as value it has either >??< if i set the offset to 0 or >100EC020< when I set it to 100EC020.
In his tutorials, Fleep was able to change the ammo value to what ever he wants, what am I doing wrong?
It would be so cool if I could get this working but I have no experiences with Cheat Engine yet.

Could somebody please help me? I would be very grateful.
Sorry for any mistakes, my english is not as good as I wish it should be. :(
Thanks for any help!


Greetings: Liduen
 
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Rake

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Well. You're trying to do an multiplayer game while Fleep did it on a singleplayer game.

If you freeze Health and Ammo do they actually stay the same? Or do they change? If they change it's server sided so you won't be able to change it. :)
 

Liduen

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I searched for this addresses offline on a local server. I don't know if there is a difference, but u can play AC online too, or not?
I did not test it on Multiplayer yet, because I only have these non-static addresses and it would be a pain to search for them online, while the Map changes/other players kill me, etc...
But offline it works great to freeze my health, so nothing can kill me even if I sit on a grenade. :D

How do I get this static address of my health?
 

Rake

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You could do a pointer scan for your health.

I do not have an tutorial available for that at the moment. But both Google and YouTube should be full of examples on how to do a pointer scan for your health. :)

Good luck! :)
 

Liduen

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First thanks for your help! :)

But I have a question: Why do I have to do a pointerscan to get an static address I already have?
I just do not know, how to change the value of the static address, because it do not show me my health as a value like 100.
I think I am doing something wrong with the offset. :(

Sorry if I did not get it right ^^





Edit: Okay I just searched for my addresses in the multiplayer and when I freeze my health, it just flickers a bit but I do not have infinite health. :(
So I think it is serversided as you said. That would have been too nice, lol.
I searched for Pointer Scan Tutorials on the web and of course Fleep helped me out one more time. :)
He has already done a video on this.

But the whole health is serversided so --> I think this Thread can be closed...
Thank you Magnificient for your help! :)
 
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