Nov 7, 2011
Do you always find yourself searching for cheat codes from hundreds of web pages of game site in order for you to get to the next level of your favorite game? Save your time and minimize money spent on your internet bills by having all the game cheats in one place. Also you will no longer have to buy game magazines to extract cheat codes from them. Though it uses the internet connection in its quest for cheats, once acquired you can use this app ‘offline’ to view all the stored cheats.
The Cheatbook Database app is free software, but you should note that in order for you to have an updated pool of cheat codes you should have the updated version of this app. There’s really nothing to worry about this because you can have the updated version once in a year. But since cheat codes were only (mostly) available to older games you should wait for some time for the newest game cheats to appear next year. After launching the app, you can see a list of games on left and the cheat codes on the right side window. If you want to share some cheat codes with your friends, you can either print, save it in a file or send it via email.
Cheatbook Database supports a wide array of gaming systems including both of the old ones and the new generation of gaming consoles existing today. And if you’re a game addict that happens to own multiple game consoles, you can expect to have game cheats played on Sony Playstation, Nintendo DS, DreamCast, Sega Genesis and Super Nintedo as well as current gaming console systems of today’s generation. To update the list, you should do it manually because there’s no auto-update feature built-in in this app.
If you’re a weekend game addict that loves to play old games, this app is definitely for you. You can download Cheatbook Database from the developer’s website. It is also available for both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows operating system having a total of 51 MB download file.