2013-01-17 16:44 , edited 2013-01-18 19:55 by Tyrone_Shoelacez
Run your name through the cheatometer. Any stats that are above average will appear in green. Any stats in red are way above average.
If you have an overall cheat score of 2% or more, feel free to explain your above average stats.
The higher your overall percentage means the better possibility you are cheating. A lower score is better.
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0.1 i am legit.
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2013-01-17 16:47 , edited 2013-01-17 16:48 by Magbule
2013-01-17 16:48 , edited 2013-01-17 16:48 by Mytacism
Yay, another pointless tool that will get us "good" players kicked and banned.
Easiest way to spot nabs?
Just look for the M16/M416 in the kill feed.
8.8% (of ?)
i use sniper rifles a lot :)
It says I have a 26% headshot ratio with assault rifles? I call bullshit. Probably closer to 5%.
Cheat-O-Meter : (0.5%)
My hack decreases my accuracy,visibility,bullet speed and damage..just to give other players a chance.
Note:The above comment is not a statement of fact or truth.
2013-01-17 17:06 , edited 2013-01-17 17:07 by Dwarfeh
why? 20000 kills with a rifle isnt much. some dude had 100 000 kills with an assault rifle like a year ago orso.
This tool is useless
Stating anyone above 2% is cheating is frankly ridiculous.
Good snipers have very high HSKR with snipers weapons.
You also need to look at what maps a player predominantly plays as well as game mode.
As stated in the repeated threads on cheat-o-meter, it is a tool that does calculations for you and should only be used as a guide to identify quickly players who need to be investigated further.
Cheat-o-meter should not be used to ban anyone in the vast majority of cases.