A hacker group has published a ROM hack that allows users to run the popular Pokémon games on a powerful GPU.
The new exploit is a modified version of a popular Flash exploit called Super-charged.
Flash games use video cards that are designed to perform extreme GPU intensive operations, which can lead to performance issues when the game runs.
This new exploit uses the GPU’s memory to power the graphics processor, which means it runs at a lower speed.
A modified version is known as Super-powered Flash.
Flash exploits are often used by criminals to exploit security holes in games.
A hacker known as ‘taco’ released Super-Charged last year, but it has not been widely exploited.
The vulnerability in Pokémon Go has also been known about, and was recently patched by Google.
The Flash exploit was discovered last year and was patched in February 2017, but the exploit in Pokémon has been widely used since then.
The exploit allows users with a supercharged graphics card to run Pokémon on a GPU with 4GB of RAM, according to a post by a hacker named ‘tacom’.
The hacker group known as Lizard Squad has claimed responsibility for the exploit, saying that it was developed by “an unknown individual”.
Lizard Squad, which also goes by the name Team X, is one of the most notorious hacking groups in the world, and its members are accused of stealing credit card numbers and banking information from retailers, as well as stealing private information of celebrities.
Lizard Squad was active until last year.
A new attack on Pokémon Go by the hacker group Lizard Squad is one example of a new exploit that was discovered by Google, which has patched the vulnerability.
It is not the first time that Google has patched vulnerabilities in its games.
In April 2017, Google fixed a video game exploit that had been used by hackers to steal personal information of millions of people.
It was the second major security flaw to be patched by the company.
The latest exploit in the Pokémon Go hack is similar to the previous one.
The hackers also released a video that demonstrated the exploit.
Lizard’s post said it had used the exploit to run “Super-charged Flash”.
However, Lizard Squad did not release a video showing the exploit running.
The group also claimed to have discovered an attack on an Android app that lets users connect to the Pokémon website.
However, the attack was not successful and the attack caused no damage to the app.
Lizard did not disclose any of the details of the attack.
Pokémon Go is the latest in a series of games that are increasingly being used by young people to play games online.
It has been downloaded more than 1.6 billion times, according the NPD Group.
The game has a large community of users around the world.