My name is Mayur, but I sometimes go by the online moniker Zorg. I don’t have much to say about myself, but feel free to check out my software and get in touch below.
A Universal Game Trainer that allows you to cheat video games by searching and altering values such as your score, lives, ammunition, and much more.
It includes four main components:
Unlike other reverse engineering tools, Bit Slicer is designed to be approachable to those without prior programming or debugging experience. Yet, it can still provide uses for veterans and be utilized outside of games.
For documentation and development, visit the project page on GitHub. If Bit Slicer has served you well, consider making a friendly donation.
|1.7.5||10.8+||Mar. 28, 2015|
|1.6.2||10.6 (64-bit)||Mar. 5, 2014|
|1.5.2||10.6||Feb. 3, 2012|
A multiplayer action-based battle game influenced from an old N64 Kirby mini-game. Knock off your enemies and the last one standing wins!
Notable features include AIs with configurable difficulty, gamepad support, local and online play which uses UDP on port 4893.
|OS X 10.4+||Jan. 7, 2010|
|Windows XP+||Jan. 7, 2010|
|Ubuntu||Jan. 7, 2010|
A tech demo that allows you to roam around in random generated mazes. Prim’s algorithm is implemented for the maze generation.
This is also a test to see if I could write something cool by embedding Ruby’s interpreter into a C program.
|10.9+||Aug. 17, 2014|
|10.5 - 10.8||Oct. 17, 2009|
A crazy fast-paced 4-player pong clone. This was my very first OpenGL program, and it amazes me that it still runs today. You will probably have to read the included README before playing.
|OS X 10.4+||Dec. 17, 2006|
|Windows XP+||Dec. 16, 2006|