The Ultimate Cheat List!
A program for Windows that list many different cheats for popular video games
- Category Various Utilities
- License Free
- Version XP Beta 2a
- Size 4.97 MB
- Works under Windows ME / Windows 98 SE / Windows 98 / Windows 95 / Windows NT / Windows XP / Windows 2000
- Language English
- Program by Sean Bryant
A massive database full of cheats, codes, trainers and patches.
TUCL (The Ultimate Cheat List!) is a massive giant cheat code database that has more than 17,000 cheats, trainers, codes, patches, UHS hints, reviews, game company information, plus a few extras, and it is all held within one program.
The Information Will Not Disappear Like On Google
Want cheats for your old games? If your game is very old, or not that popular, then you may have a tough time finding information online. Pages get old, become rarely visited, and eventually die off, which means the cheat information goes with them. With this program, the information is stored away like a big book, which means even unpopular and old game cheats are still available.
It Was Fairly Easy For The Programmers
Not to say that the programmers are not doing a good (or worthy) thing, but some of it was easy. After all, they could (if they wanted to) have scraped the information off the internet. They are unlikely to be sued for copyright infringement in this case, and they will not have to worry about Google punishing them for duplicate content because the content is within their database and not online.
A High School Kid Keeps His Cheats
TUCL was started in 1997-1998 by a kid in junior high. He has spent most of his time creating websites and web pages, but has had most of his success through his cheat list program. It started as a very simple piece of software that he has added to over the years, building a huge database and a popular piece of cheat software.
Website Shows Its Features
The features include a cheat file database where you choose your platform/device and use the search bar to find your game. It has a chat room where you may talk with other people that are using the software. It also has company information for games, and reviews for the games that are scored as percentages. The higher the percentage, then the better the game supposedly is. There are also game files where you can find game cracks, UHS files, game trainers and game patches. Overall, it is a reasonably decent cheat database.
- Over 17,000 cheats
- It has codes and trainers
- There are a lot of patches and fixes
- They have reviews within the software
- It is sometimes quicker or better to go online
- Google allows for easier searching sometimes