would be amazing and helpful too
Isn’t ATLAS an MMO? If so, the answer is probably a massive no. Trainers are for offline use only.
Edit: Yep, it’s an MMO. (https://www.mmorpg.com/atlas)
Edit 2: Unless you meant another game that’s called “ATLAS レジェンドパック”, which is only available in the Japanese language (https://store.steampowered.com/app/338090/ATLAS/), then you can vote for that trainer here: https://www.wemod.com/cheats/atlas-trainers
It has a singleplayer mode
I see. As long as single player isn’t server sided like the rest of the game is, then it’s probably possible.
Server sided? Familiarize me with this terminology when you have the time please and thanks.
Sure thing, good sir.
In general, there are are two main types of games:
Client-sided: Operations that are run on the user’s/client’s personal computer (or console).
— For example, a single-player game that runs entirely from the player’s computer, entirely from that computer’s memory.
— Examples: Playing The Sims directly from a disc or downloading Bioshock from Steam onto your computer memory.
Server-sided: Operations that are run on a web server elsewhere.
— For example, a massively multiplayer online (MMO) strategy game via the internet, which is running on a server which is often hundreds to thousands of miles away from the player.
— Examples: Playing Forge of Empires via a web browser or playing Fortnite via the Epic Games client.
Trainers simply won’t work on server-sided games (but trying to use a trainer on a server-sided game will usually get you automatically banned by anti-cheat bots, even though it doesn’t even work). The game has to be run entirely from the player’s computer (aka client-sided) for a trainer to be able to work on the game.
Thank you bunches! I greatly appreciate the clarification, now when someone contacts me asking for an explanation on different platforms or such, I will have new helpful information to share with them. Thanks!