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A '''cheat''' or '''cheating''' generally refers to either a cheat code that is [[Wikipedia:hard coding|hard-coded]] in the game engine, or a separate or modified application (often called a [[Wikipedia:Hack (technology)|hack]] or cheating a hack) that allows a player to play with an unusual advantage. The following articles deal with the different types of cheats or cheat-related applications:
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* [[Doom cheat codes|Cheat codes]] hard-coded in [[Doom]] and [[Doom II]]
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* [[PlayStation Doom cheats|Cheat codes]] hard-coded in [[Sony PlayStation|PlayStation Doom]]
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* [[Heretic cheat codes|Cheat codes]] hard-coded in [[Heretic]]
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* [[Hexen cheat codes|Cheat codes]] hard-coded in [[Hexen]]
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* [[Strife cheat codes|Cheat codes]] hard-coded in [[Strife]]
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* [[Chex Quest 3#Cheat Codes|Cheat codes]] hard-coded in [[Chex Quest]]
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* [[Source port cheat codes|Cheat codes]] hard-coded in [[source port]]s
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* [[Cheating hack]]s
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* [[Speedrun#Tool-assisted demos|TAS]] (Tool Assisted Speedrun)
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* [[Doom 3 cheat codes|Cheat codes]] hard-coded in [[Doom 3]]
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[[Category:Cheating]]

Latest revision as of 22:08, January 30, 2016

A cheat or cheating generally refers to either a cheat code that is hard-coded in the game engine, or a separate or modified application (often called a hack or cheating a hack) that allows a player to play with an unusual advantage. The following articles deal with the different types of cheats or cheat-related applications:



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