openMSX and blueMSX cheat database

by snout on 22-05-2005, 01:32
Topic: Software
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Source: blueMSX forums

On May 18th, Vampier released a cheat database for openMSX and blueMSX, allowing you cheat on many popular MSX games with only a few clicks. You can find more information on the database in this forum thread.

Relevant link: openMSX cheat database 1.0
Relevant link: blueMSX cheat database 1.0

Comments (5)

By Vampier

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22-05-2005, 09:32

wow Smile good to see it here too...

Ok litle explanation... these trainers are designed to work with openMSX... just put the TCL script in openmsx/share/script and run your favorite game

bring up the console with f10 and type in trainer_(press the tab key) to see what games are trained or trainers_[gamename]... example:

trainer_salamander
trainer_metalgear1
trainer_mazeofgalious
trainer_penguinadventure

etc etc

most games will make you invincible.. please feel free to comment out any pokes you do not need by putting a # infron of a poke in the TCL file.

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blueMSX works differently... just open the cheat file in the trainer and select the pokes you want to use. Make sure you do not use pokes that you do not want to use!! If the file cannot be read please open the file in an editor and change the format until it works (sorry I didn't feel like testing all 169 trainer files Tongue)

Have fun and enjoy Smile Bifi and I worked hard on this one the last 2 months Big smile

By badflame

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28-07-2020, 16:19

Where it's possible to download the openMSX cheat database 1.0 at present day?

Thanks

By Gradius2

Hero (621)

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20-12-2020, 07:09

2x. Can't believe the file is down.

More here btw:
http://ips.tni.nl/

By Manuel

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20-12-2020, 13:50

badflame wrote:

Where it's possible to download the openMSX cheat database 1.0 at present day?

Thanks

It's part of the openMSX release, in the scrips folder.

By Vampier

Prophet (2384)

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24-12-2020, 06:24

here https://romdb.vampier.net/archive.php it's it's in the SQLLite3 database somewhere.