Edison Carter has gone and done it again by releasing a new version of his Cheat Device homebrew application for Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories. This release (The ne you've all been waiting for) adds the ablility to drive on walls with any car! It's pretty simple to use too. To use the cheat device, simply download a game save (US/UK version), run GTA, and load the Cheat Device as a game save.
To use the drive on walls cheat: You need to use hover cars to get on a roof of a building (One that has a roof, as some don't in GTA:LCS), then drive off the edge at about 20 mph. As long as the "driving on walls" cheat is activated, you will be able to drive on the wall! Edison Carter also stressed that this does not work on 2.7; so please don't request for it to ported to 2.7.
Note: This game replaces the game save in slot 1, if you wish to keep a saved game from slot1, please move your desired savegame to another slot. Disclaimer: THIS CAN CRASH YOUR GAME. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK. USE 333MHZ AT YOUR OWN RISK! Don't save your game after using this.
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