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Guaranteed way to NOT cheat. Opinions, Ideas?

Discussion in 'Civ6 - Hall of Fame Discussion' started by vans163, Oct 24, 2016.

  1. vans163

    vans163 Chieftain

    Oct 22, 2016
    So looking at the state of HOF currently you can cheat. If you stream your game even, to prove you are not cheating, you can remotely access the box running the game (3rd party) and still use things like memory editing to tweak certain things (which will run in background and live stream wont even see). Say you tweak some of the AI to have certain resources and not go to war with you. Or mildly tweak your science/culture output little by little.

    It will be very hard to notice, and for a mildly skilled programmer this is elementary.

    I have a proposition to create a 100% cheat free way to do HOF entries.

    The proposition is this, if the game is ran from a cloud PC controlled by a trusted 3rd party who will guarantee no one has access to the disk or ram while Civ6 is running (even the gamer). All the gamer can do is send input via keyboard presses and mouse clicks to the Civ6 process.

    This would allow for a 100% cheat free HoF entry.

    The game when running in the cloud will of course be streamed as well so it can be proven if a player abuses banned tactics.

    What do you think?
    Last edited: Oct 24, 2016
  2. Noble Zarkon

    Noble Zarkon Civ IV Emperor EQM Moderator Hall of Fame Staff Supporter GOTM Staff

    Sep 6, 2012
    Fife, Scotland
    Send me a PM, I would rather not discuss this openly, thanks.

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