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What is IGameGuardian 55?




If you are a gamer who loves to play games on your iOS device, you might have heard of IGameGuardian 55, or IGG for short. It is a game cheat / hack / alteration tool that allows you to modify various aspects of your games, such as money, health, speed, time, etc. With it, you can enjoy the fun part of a game without suffering from its unseasonable design.




IGameGuardian 55



IGameGuardian 55 is based on GameGuardian, which is a popular game cheat / hack / alteration tool for Android devices. It has similar features and functions, but it is designed specifically for iOS devices. Some of the features of IGameGuardian 55 are:


  • It supports iOS versions from 5.0 to 14.x.



  • It works on both jailbroken and non-jailbroken devices, but it requires a virtual environment for non-jailbroken devices.



  • It supports different emulators like PPSSPP, ePSXe, GameBoy, etc.



  • It has a powerful search feature that can find encrypted values, unknown values, addresses by mask, text, etc.



  • It supports different data types like Double, Float, Qword, Dword, XOR, Word, Byte, or Auto.



  • It has a Lua scripting feature that can automate tasks and enhance functionality.



  • It has a speedhack and time jump feature that can change the game speed and time.



  • It has a customizable user interface that supports over 50 languages.



In this article, we will show you how to install, use, and troubleshoot IGameGuardian 55 on your iOS device. We will also discuss the pros and cons of using this tool. By the end of this article, you will have a better understanding of what IGameGuardian 55 can do for you and your games.


How to install IGameGuardian 55 on your iOS device?




The first step to use IGameGuardian 55 is to install it on your iOS device. The installation process depends on whether your device is jailbroken or not. Jailbroken devices have more freedom and flexibility to install and use IGameGuardian 55, while non-jailbroken devices need to use a virtual environment like Panda Helper or iGameGod to run the tool. Here are the steps for both scenarios: How to install IGameGuardian 55 on a jailbroken device?




If your device is jailbroken, you can install IGameGuardian 55 directly from Cydia, which is the default app store for jailbroken devices. You need to add the official source of IGameGuardian 55 to Cydia first, and then search and install the tool. Here are the detailed steps:


  • Open Cydia on your device and tap on the Sources tab at the bottom.



  • Tap on the Edit button at the top right corner and then tap on the Add button at the top left corner.



  • Enter the following URL in the pop-up box: https://igg-server.herokuapp.com/ and tap on Add Source.



  • Wait for Cydia to update its sources and then tap on Return to Cydia.



  • Tap on the newly added source and then tap on All Packages.



  • Scroll down and find IGameGuardian 55 and tap on it.



  • Tap on the Install button at the top right corner and then tap on Confirm.



  • Wait for Cydia to install IGameGuardian 55 and then tap on Restart SpringBoard.



Congratulations, you have successfully installed IGameGuardian 55 on your jailbroken device. You can now find the app icon on your home screen and launch it to start modifying your games.


How to install IGameGuardian 55 on a non-jailbroken device?




If your device is not jailbroken, you cannot install IGameGuardian 55 directly from Cydia. You need to use a virtual environment that can run unsigned apps and tweaks on your device. There are several options available, such as Panda Helper, iGameGod, AppValley, etc. In this article, we will use Panda Helper as an example. Here are the steps:


  • Open Safari on your device and go to this URL: https://m.pandahelp.vip/regular.



  • Tap on the Download button and then tap on Install when prompted.



  • Wait for Panda Helper to be installed on your device and then go to Settings > General > Device Management.



  • Find and trust the profile of Panda Helper and then go back to your home screen.



  • Open Panda Helper and search for IGameGuardian 55 in the search bar.



  • Tap on the Get button next to IGameGuardian 55 and then tap on Install when prompted.



  • Wait for IGameGuardian 55 to be installed on your device and then go back to Settings > General > Device Management.



  • Find and trust the profile of IGameGuardian 55 and then go back to your home screen.



Congratulations, you have successfully installed IGameGuardian 55 on your non-jailbroken device. You can now find the app icon inside Panda Helper and launch it to start modifying your games.


How to use IGameGuardian 55 to cheat / hack / alter games?




Now that you have installed IGameGuardian 55 on your device, you might be wondering how to use it to cheat / hack / alter games. In this section, we will show you the basic functions and settings of the tool, as well as how to search and modify values in games, how to use speedhack and time jump features, and how to use Lua scripting with IGameGuardian 55.


How to access the basic functions and settings of IGameGuardian 55?




The basic functions and settings of IGameGuardian 55 are accessible from its main interface, which consists of a floating icon, a toolbar, a menu, and a status bar. Here is a brief overview of each component:


- The floating icon is a small circle that appears on your screen when you launch IGameGuardian 55. You can drag it anywhere you want or hide it by tapping on it. You can also double-tap it to open or close the toolbar. - The toolbar is a horizontal bar that contains six buttons: Search, Modify, Speedhack, Time Jump, Script, and Menu. You can use these buttons to access different features of IGameGuardian 55. - The menu is a vertical list that appears when you - The menu is a vertical list that appears when you tap on the Menu button on the toolbar. It contains various options and settings for IGameGuardian 55, such as Select App, Hide Icon, Settings, Help, About, etc. You can use these options to customize and control the tool according to your preferences and needs. - The status bar is a horizontal bar that appears at the bottom of your screen when you perform a search or a modification. It shows the progress and the results of your actions, such as the number of values found, the number of values modified, the current game speed, etc. You can also tap on it to pause or resume the search or modification. How to search and modify values in games?




The core feature of IGameGuardian 55 is to search and modify values in games. Values are the numerical data that represent various aspects of your games, such as money, health, score, level, etc. By changing these values, you can alter the game state and outcome to your advantage. For example, you can increase your money value to buy anything you want, or decrease your enemy's health value to defeat them easily.


To search and modify values in games, you need to follow these steps:


  • Launch IGameGuardian 55 and tap on the Select App option in the menu. Choose the game that you want to modify from the list of running apps.



  • Tap on the Search button on the toolbar and enter the value that you want to find in the game. For example, if you have 1000 coins in the game, enter 1000 in the search box.



  • Select the data type of the value from the drop-down menu. The data type determines how the value is stored and interpreted by the game. For example, if the value is a whole number between 0 and 255, you can choose Byte as the data type. If you are not sure about the data type, you can choose Auto and let IGameGuardian 55 detect it automatically.



  • Tap on Search and wait for IGameGuardian 55 to scan the game memory for matching values. The status bar will show you how many values are found.



  • If there are too many values found, you need to narrow down your search by changing the value in the game and searching again. For example, if you spend or earn some coins in the game, enter the new value in the search box and tap on Search again. Repeat this process until you find a few or one value that matches your desired value.



  • Tap on Modify button on the toolbar and enter the new value that you want to change in the game. For example, if you want to have 999999 coins in the game, enter 999999 in the modify box.



  • Select whether you want to modify all values or only selected values from the drop-down menu. If you want to modify only selected values, you need to tap on them in the list and mark them with a check mark.



  • Tap on Modify and wait for IGameGuardian 55 to change the values in the game memory. The status bar will show you how many values are modified.



  • Go back to your game and enjoy the changes. You can also save your search results for later use by tapping on Save button on the toolbar.



Congratulations, you have successfully searched and modified values in games using IGameGuardian 55. You can use this method to change any value that you want in any game that you play.


How to use different types of searches and data types?




In addition to searching for exact values, IGameGuardian 55 also supports different types of searches and data types that can help you find more complex or hidden values in games. Here are some examples:


- Fuzzy search: This type of search allows you to find values that are not fixed or known, such as random numbers or dynamic addresses. You can use fuzzy search by selecting Fuzzy from - Fuzzy search: This type of search allows you to find values that are not fixed or known, such as random numbers or dynamic addresses. You can use fuzzy search by selecting Fuzzy from the drop-down menu in the search box. You can then specify whether the value has increased, decreased, changed, or unchanged since the last search. For example, if you want to find the health value of your character in a game, but you don't know the exact value or data type, you can use fuzzy search and select Decreased when your character takes damage, or Increased when your character heals. Repeat this process until you find the value that changes according to your character's health. - Encrypted search: This type of search allows you to find values that are encrypted or obfuscated by the game developers to prevent cheating or hacking. You can use encrypted search by selecting Encrypted from the drop-down menu in the search box. You can then enter the visible value that you see in the game, and IGameGuardian 55 will try to find the hidden value that corresponds to it. For example, if you want to find the coin value in a game, but the game shows you a different value than the actual one, you can use encrypted search and enter the visible value that you see in the game. IGameGuardian 55 will then try to find the real value that is stored in the game memory. - Text search: This type of search allows you to find values that are represented by text or strings, such as names, messages, codes, etc. You can use text search by selecting Text from the drop-down menu in the search box. You can then enter the text that you want to find in the game, and IGameGuardian 55 will try to find it in the game memory. For example, if you want to find the name of a character or an item in a game, you can use text search and enter the name that you see in the game. IGameGuardian 55 will then try to find it in the game memory. - Address by mask: This type of search allows you to find values that are located at specific addresses or ranges in the game memory. You can use address by mask by selecting Address by mask from the drop-down menu in the search box. You can then enter the address or range that you want to scan, and IGameGuardian 55 will try to find all values that are located there. For example, if you know that a certain value is located at an address that starts with 0x1234, you can use address by mask and enter 0x1234???? as the mask. IGameGuardian 55 will then try to find all values that are located at addresses that start with 0x1234. How to use different data types?




The data type of a value determines how it is stored and interpreted by the game. Different data types have different ranges and formats of values. For example, a Byte data type can store values from 0 to 255, while a Double data type can store values with decimal points and scientific notation. By choosing the correct data type for your value, you can increase the accuracy and efficiency of your search and modification.


IGameGuardian 55 supports different data types, such as Double, Float, Qword, Dword, XOR, Word, Byte, or Auto. Here is a brief explanation of each data type:


- Double: This data type can store values with decimal points and scientific notation, such as 3.14 or 1.23e+45. It has a range of approximately 1.7e308 and uses 8 bytes of memory. - Float: This data type can also store values with decimal points and scientific notation, but with less precision and range than Double. It has a range of approximately 3.4e38 and uses 4 bytes of memory. - Qword: This data type can store whole numbers from -9,223,372,036,854,775,808 to 9,223,372,036,854,775,807. It uses 8 bytes of memory. - Dword: This data type can store whole numbers from -2,147,483,648 to 2,147,483,647. It uses 4 bytes of memory. - XOR: This data type can store whole numbers that are XORed with a key before being stored in memory. The key is usually a constant value that is used by - XOR: This data type can store whole numbers that are XORed with a key before being stored in memory. The key is usually a constant value that is used by the game to encrypt or obfuscate the value. To find and modify XORed values, you need to know the key and enter it in the XOR box in the search or modify interface. For example, if the value is 1000 and the key is 1234, the XORed value is 1000 XOR 1234 = 2106. You can use XOR data type and enter 1234 as the key to find and modify this value. - Word: This data type can store whole numbers from -32,768 to 32,767. It uses 2 bytes of memory. - Byte: This data type can store whole numbers from 0 to 255. It uses 1 byte of memory. - Auto: This data type can automatically detect the data type of the value based on its format and range. It is useful when you are not sure about the data type of the value or when you want to search for multiple data types at once. For example, if you enter 1000 as the value and select Auto as the data type, IGameGuardian 55 will search for all possible data types that can store 1000, such as Double, Float, Qword, Dword, Word, or Byte. How to use speedhack and time jump features?




Another feature of IGameGuardian 55 is to use speedhack and time jump features to change the game speed and time. These features can help you save time, skip waiting, or manipulate game events. For example, you can use speedhack to make your character move faster or slow down your enemies, or use time jump to skip cooldowns or timers.


To use speedhack and time jump features, you need to follow these steps:


  • Launch IGameGuardian 55 and select the game that you want to modify from the Select App option in the menu.



  • Tap on the Speedhack button on the toolbar and adjust the slider to change the game speed. The default value is 1.0, which means normal speed. You can increase or decrease the value to make the game faster or slower. For example, if you set the value to 2.0, the game will run twice as fast as normal.



  • Tap on the Time Jump button on the toolbar and enter the amount of time that you want to jump forward or backward in the game. You can use different units of time, such as seconds, minutes, hours, days, etc. For example, if you enter +1h, the game time will advance by one hour.



  • Go back to your game and enjoy the changes. You can also pause or resume the speedhack or time jump by tapping on them again.



Congratulations, you have successfully used speedhack and time jump features with IGameGuardian 55. You can use these features to change the game speed and time according to your needs and preferences.


How to use Lua scripting with IGameGuardian 55?




The last feature of IGameGuardian 55 that we will cover in this article is Lua scripting. Lua scripting is a feature that allows you to create and run scripts that can automate tasks and enhance functionality with IGameGuardian 55. Scripts are small programs that are written in Lua language, which is a simple and powerful scripting language that is widely used in game development and modding.


With Lua scripting, you can do many things that are not possible with normal search and modification methods, such as finding pointers, creating trainers, making cheats menus, etc. You can also download and use existing scripts that are created by other users or developers.


In this section, we will show you how to create and run your own scripts, as well as how to download and use existing scripts with IGameGuardian 55.


How to create and run your own scripts?




To create and run your own scripts with IGameGuardian 55, you need to follow these steps:


  • Launch IGameGuardian 55 and select the game that you want to modify from the Select App option in the menu.



  • Tap on the Script button on the toolbar and then tap on New Script.



  • Enter a name for your script and then tap on OK.



A text editor will open where you can write your script in Lua language. You can use various functions and commands that are provided by IGameGuardian 55 API (Application Programming Interface), which is a set of tools that allow you to interact with IGameGuardian 55 features and settings. You can find You can find the documentation of IGameGuardian 55 API reference at . It provides all the background information about the Lua language and the functions and commands that you can use in your scripts. You can also check out some examples of scripts at or . To write your script in Lua language, you need to follow some basic rules and syntax, such as: - Use -- to start a comment line, or --[[ and ]]-- to start and end a comment block. - Use = to assign a value to a variable, such as x = 10 or name = "John". - Use local to declare a local variable, which is only visible within the current scope, such as local y = 20 or local function foo(). - Use ; or \n to separate statements, such as print("Hello"); print("World") or print("Hello")\nprint("World"). - Use , to separate arguments or values in a function call or a table constructor, such as print(x, y) or t = 1, 2, 3. - Use .. to concatenate strings, such as print("Hello" .. "World"). - Use # to get the length of a string or a table, such as print(#"Hello") or print(#t). - Use to create a table, which is a data structure that can store multiple values of different types, such as t = or t = name = "John", age = 25. - Use [] to access or assign a value in a table by its key, such as print(t["name"]) or t["age"] = 26. - Use . to access or assign a value in a table by its key if the key is a valid identifier, such as print(t.name) or t.age = 26. - Use () to enclose the arguments of a function call or the parameters of a function definition, such as print(x) or function foo(x). - Use do and end to create a block of code, which is a sequence of statements that can be executed as a unit, such as do x = x + 1 end. - Use if, then, elseif, else, and end to create a conditional statement, which is a statement that can execute different blocks of code depending on the value of an expression, such as if x > 10


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