Game Hacker is an app that gets you awesome cheats in tons of video games. With much simpler gameplay than you might anticipate at first sight, all you need in order to get started is to play a quick match of any game of your choice and obtain a score. Once you’ve marked your score, open up Game Hacker straight away from within the game you just played and type in the number for your score. In just a few seconds you’ll find that the any number you type in appears as your final score for that game, of course you can change that number at any given time.
Game Hacker is one of those apps that can prove useful for certain occasions, but overall kind of takes the fun out of playing video games. Ultimately at the end of the day, what’s the point of cheating? Ask yourself this question: what are you really gaining by getting a fake score that you didn’t actually earn by playing?
Cheating is always bad, we know, but in the case of gaming this practice has been a wily constant from the get-go, with some of the hacks more licit than others. A few years ago the big trend was Cheat Engine for Windows, a tool that injected code into running games to let you do cheats in them. The same kind of thing has made it onto Android with apps that let you modify games as you play them: GameGuardian, Game Killer, and Game Hacker are some of the most popular ones out there for these purposes.