Bit Slicer

Bit Slicer is a universal game trainer for OS X that allows you to search and modify values in video games such as: score, lives, ammunition, and much more.

It includes four main components:

  • Virtual memory scanner
  • Hex editor style memory viewer
  • x86/x86-64 debugger
  • Scripting

For more information and development, visit the project page on GitHub, as well as the forums.

If Bit Slicer has served you well, or if you want to support future development, please consider making a donation.

Version System Size Date
1.7.5 OS X 10.8+ 8.9 MB Mar. 28, 2015
1.6.2 OS X 10.6+ (64-bit) 3.2 MB Mar. 5, 2014
1.5.2 OS X 10.6+ (32/64-bit) 776 KB Feb. 3, 2012

Cheat games like never before.

Sky Checkers

A screen-shot of SkyCheckers

Sky Checkers is a multiplayer game influenced from an old kirby mini game; the objective is to knock your enemies off the checkerboard using your weapon. Last one standing wins.

Basic controls: move with the arrow keys and fire with the space bar. Of course, these can be configured.

Notable features include bots with configurable difficulty, gamepad support, and network play (which uses port 4893 on UDP).

Free sound effects and music are taken from Freesound and PacDV.

The version change log can be found here.

The source code can be found on Bitbucket.

Download Size Date
OS X 10.4+ 8.5 MB Mar. 20, 2010
Windows XP+ 6.7 MB Jan. 7, 2010
Ubuntu 7.8 MB Jan. 7, 2010

Blast off enemies before they blast you.


A screen-shot of me being lost
MazeWarper is a tech demo that allows you to roam around in random generated mazes with the assistance of a map. Prim's algorithm was implemented for the maze generation.

This is also a test to see if I could write something cool by embedding Ruby into C.

The controls are the following: w,s,a,d keys to move, mouse to look around (or i,j,k,l), and t for toggling mouse inversion if desired.

Download Size Date
OS X 10.9+ 1.1 MB Aug. 17, 2014
OS X 10.5 - 10.8 1.1 MB Oct. 17, 2009

Warp around from one maze to the next.


Zbout is a simple breakout clone for the calculator that comes with one level. It is written in C using the TIGCC compiler and libraries.

Executables are available for the Ti-89, Ti-89 Titanium, Ti-92, and Voyage 200, but I've only tested this on a Ti-89 titanium. This download includes the source code as well.

Download Size Date
Zbout 12 KB Apr. 21, 2007

Keep on trying until you finally win.


A screen-shot of plotting two points in GraphyPal
GraphyPal is a simple 3D graphics viewer and point plotter written in Objective-C using Cocoa and OpenGL. Instructions are in the read me.

Download Size Date
OS X 10.4+ 33 KB Jan. 8, 2007

Explore the world by graphing two arbitrary points.


A screen-shot of the evil ball in CrazyPong
CrazyPong is a fast paced pong like game. The catch to the game, is that, it's crazy. So crazy that it may not feel or look like a regular pong game. And it's just so crazy that you will probably not understand the game completely without reading the instructions in the README.

Download Size Date
OS X 10.4+ 561 KB Dec. 17, 2006
Windows XP+ 266 KB Dec. 16, 2006

So crazy that your eyes will go blind.