Bit Slicer

1.7.9 for

Search and modify values to cheat in video games.

Bit Slicer is a universal game trainer that allows you to cheat in video games by searching and modifying values such as your score, lives, ammunition, and much more.

  • Memory Scanner
    • Search and narrow down values of several types: integers, floating-points, strings, byte arrays, and pointers
    • Add, delete, and modify variables with ease
    • Freeze variable's values
    • Store a process' entire virtual memory space and search for values based on incremental changes
    • Manipulate pointers by de-referencing variable addresses
  • Memory Inspection
    • View and edit memory live in a hex editor-style window
    • Dump memory to files on disk for manual inspection
    • Modify memory protection attributes
  • Debugger
    • View live disassembly of instructions
    • Modify instruction's bytes directly, or by assembling instructions (including nopping)
    • Set breakpoints, resume from them when they're hit, view backtraces, manipulate thread registers, and step into/out/over instructions
    • Inject x86 code on the fly
    • Watch for what instructions access a variable in a document
  • Save slice documents so that you can send cheats to your friends
  • Pause and un-pause current process
  • Undo & Redo many kinds of changes, including searches
  • Evaluate mathematical expressions automatically (eg: in a flash game, search for 58 * 8)
  • Run as a normal user, not as the superuser (root)!
  • Enjoy OS-level features such as auto-saving, document versioning, window restoration, notification center, app nap, dark mode, etc.
Release Notes Version 1.7.9:
  • Fixed bug where a script may have assumed to have an execute function but did not actually have one
  • Added Spanish translations (thanks Sebastian Mallol!)
  • Added compatibility improvements including dark mode for Mojave