It’s hard to believe that more than 10 years ago, I was a lowly programmer writing code on a PC, hacking games.
I wasn’t really sure how to do anything useful with that code, and the only way I could have found out was to ask someone else to write it for me.
I’ve always found it ironic that the developers of those games have been using this same skill set to develop their own hacks, but even back then, the code was so simple, I didn’t realize how easy it would be to hack it.
I figured I’d find out.
That’s why I created the first blog, a place for people to share tips, tricks, and hacks they’ve used in games and other online projects.
By 2012, the blog had more than 8,000 subscribers.
I wanted to see what would happen to the code if I started making it into games.