The Cheat is a programmable virtual computer trainer for OS X, allowing you to look up the stored memory footprints of other programs. Simply put, it enables you to modify the values of key-values in games in real-time, allowing you to cheat your way around it in minutes a day. If you're wondering if you really can cheat your way around the game, then the answer is yes, you can. You just need the right kind of Mac program that helps you visualize the changes you'd like to make to the game's system settings.
Brokenzipper is one such Mac program, and it lets you explore the computer registry in search of any kind of alteration that might be possible. What it won't do is tell you how to do it; instead, it'll provide you with the necessary instructions so you can make the changes yourself. It does this by letting you explore all the various options that are available when changing the various system preferences of your Mac. You'll be able to explore your computer's main system settings, its hard disk, its graphic options, its sound options, and so forth. You can even experiment with the built-in cheat code generator and find out if you can come up with a unique code that even gets you past the Tutorial. You can even try out the built-in "print screen" function to print out the cheat codes on screen.
For more information about these gestures, and much more, you should read the manual that accompanied the product. You should also read the online help files at Mac OS X, and at Apple's website for your Mac computer system. In addition to these helpful resources, there are many user forums dedicated to Mac OS X Tiger and especially to The Cheat. If you have any questions or comments about this game or about using the Mac OS X Tiger cheats codes, you can usually find answers in these forums. Happy gaming!