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Gangstar Vegas

Game Reviews for Gangstar Vegas


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EPIC Added 28 Jun 2015, ID #937
To cheat on games:
1) Download iexplorer and sq lite database browser 2.0 BL

2) when downloaded open up iexplorer and plug in device

3) open apps arrow and click on whatever game
You want

4) --I'm going to choose pet hotel-- open up documents and click on game state and drag that to desktop (A little thing to remember: not all iphone/ipod games can use this program for cheating)
5) open the database download and drag game state from desktop to the screen shown

6) you'll notice a bunch of arrows. Click on browse date and you'll see a lot of columns

7) scroll to primary currency--that is your coins-- and secondary currency--that is your bones

8) hint do not give yourself a whole bunch of money or the game will catch you cheating and ban you, so what I did was add about 600,000 coins and 9999 bones and it worked for me. You can also change the experience points to get more quests.

9) when done with changes hit save button on top left corner and completely close database browser

10) open iexplorer up again and drag game state to documents on that exact game and it'll say replace; hit ok. And you should be goodSmile

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