Emully

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  1. should tell that to the guy that won beta 😔
  2. So I'm going to be making the most detailed review on Zapped on here. I am covering every little thing on this cheat. Whole Menu: The menu itself looks super clean, and I think that it's fine how it is. The default color scheme looks really nice when put together, and matches the name of the cheat perfectly. When you first open up the cheat you can see your username and profile picture, and it opens the "Home" tab by default. Tab #1: Home When you first look at this tab, there's 2 sections. "User Stats", and "Chat Box". The Chat Box is pretty self explanatory. You can talk to other people using the cheat with this Chat Box, though I think it would be really cool to see this connect to the Web Chat Box. The "User Stats" section has a bunch of information. It shows; Your UID, the amount of users online right now, when the last update was released, how many users were online in the past 24 hours (with a graph back showing the last 8 hours), and even how many people were online yesterday at the time of checking. There's also a changelog in the cheat, with a button underneath that takes you to the update list on the website in your browser, which I find is pretty cool. Tab #2: Legit In this tab, you can configure all of your aimbot settings to your liking. It's pretty easy to configure, depending on how you like to cheat. You can setup these modules; Pistols, Rifles, Shotguns, Snipers, and MG's (Which is SMG's). Aim Settings: In the "Aim" settings, you can choose all the HitBoxes you would like the aimbot to target(Head, Neck, Chest, Waist, Arms, Hands, Legs and Feet). You can choose which one to prioritize, or just prioritize whatever is closest. There's a "Scan Edges" feature, which I didn't understand at first, but I know how it works now. If you have it set to 0, then it'll target in the middle. The higher you set this bar, the closer the aimbot will allow you to reach the edges of the hitbox. The FOV settings are pretty simple. The higher you set it, the further they can be from your crosshair before the aimbot activates. There's also a "Distanced Based FOV" option which makes the FOV corresponds to how far the enemy is. Smoothness is also pretty self explanatory. There's "Smoothness Types". Static only moves at the speed you set Smoothness to. Accelerating moves faster as you get closer to the hitbox you're targeting. Decelerating moves slower as you get closer the the hitbox you're targeting. Higher smoothness makes the aimbot move slower towards the enemy. There's also a randomization so it can bypass some server-sided anticheats (I think). There's a silent aim section too. Silent aim makes it so you don't aim towards them client-side (other people will see you snapping at the enemies). This is good when you use low FOV with pistols or snipers. You can even disable the aim when you reach a certain speed (measured in units per second). Triggerbot Settings: Triggerbot works like this: When enabled, you hold down the bind you set, and when someone enters your crosshair, it shoots for you. You're able to set HitBoxes, so it only shoots when the hitbox(es) you set enters your crosshair. You're also able to set a priority to these HitBoxes the same as in the "Aim" settings. Scan edges also works the same way (it's probably a good idea to set this high in triggerbot). In the Delay setting, it works just how it sounds. It waits the set amount of time (measured in milliseconds). With the "Overshoot" setting, it'll wait even longer before shooting (making you miss sometimes to look legit I THINK). There's an AutoStop option, so it'll make you stop moving whenever your triggerbot activates. There's also a wallbang option, so your triggerbot will work behind walls. The most confusing parts I think about setting up triggerbot, is the Minimum Damage and Hitchance. Minimum damage is what the minimum damage you're able to inflict onto the person you're targeting before it shoots them. Hitchance is how it sounds. It's the percentage chance of hitting them. When setting both of those up, it'll only shoot them when both requirements are met. Triggerbot can also be disabled at local velocity, the same as the aim settings. Magnet Trigger, moves your aim towards the enemy when shooting. You can set this up the same way as the aim settings, with the FOV and smoothness settings. RCS settings: The RCS is pretty much a recoil control system. You can control the X and Y control of your spray. You can also change how many shots you fire before the RCS control kicks in. There's even a smoothness option for the RCS control. The Silent RCS option makes it so it doesn't move your mouse when controlling the RCS. Other settings: In this part, you can set up the little things like; Time Until Lock and Shots Until Lock. These two things are self explanatory. Time Until Lock is how much time it takes until the aimbot kicks in and aims towards the enemy. The Shots Until Lock is the same, except it waits until you shoot a certain amount of bullets. You can disable the aimbot when certain things happen in "Disable Triggers". This has: In Air, Flashed and Unscoped. Entity checks does the same thing when a certain event happens to your enemy, such as; In Air and Smoke (which disables when they're in the smoke). Retarget Delay is how long it takes until the aimbot targets another enemy (measured in milliseconds). You can also make the aimbot shoot at friendlies. If you enable "Wallbang", then the aimbot will target people through walls. Legit-AA is antiaim, but legit 😉. There's 3 options for this: Always, Enemies and Edging. "Always" is self explanatory. "Enemies" only enables Legit-AA when there's an enemy nearby. "Edging" enables Legit-AA when you're near a corner. The Max Ping setting makes your real angle move further away from your fake angle the higher you put it, but makes your ping look higher in tab (it isn't actually high). You can also move your Real angle with Left Manual and Right Manual binds. Backtrack will also fake high ping if you move it above 200ms. Here's how backtrack works: If you set it to 150ms, and you shoot where the enemy was 150ms or after, you will hit the enemy. The Legit bot gets a 10/10. It's super easy to use, and has everything you'll ever need. You can configure this cheat however you like, depending on your play style. Zapped.cc has the best legit bot I've ever used. Tab #3: Rage Everyone who's used Zapped can tell you one thing. The Ragebot really isn't that good. I don't use the Ragebot a lot, but I still know that it's not that good. If you're playing against legits, then it's fine, but if someone else is cheating on the other team, then there isn't really a point in trying. I don't know a lot about it, so I'm just gonna skip over this and give it a 4/10. Tab #4: Visuals To start off this MASSIVE section, there's 4 tabs in Visuals. These are: ESP, Models, Viewmodel and Local Player. ESP: The ESP tab already has so much in it. There's 3 parts in this. Enemies and Friendlies pretty much do the same thing, so I'll cover that first. Friendlies/Enemies: You can choose to see so much, like; Name, a box around the player (they even have customizable corner sizes), health (with either a normal bar or Sliced bar), skeleton, ammo bar, distance, the weapon they're using, aim points (shows toggled hitboxes in Aim Settings), d-lights and step rings. You can also choose where to see all of these things in the "Settings". There's a preview of your visuals, so you don't need to keep opening and closing to cheat to see what you like. You can choose to render with Render Checks. Render Checks has 2 options, Audible, and Visible. These are self explanatory. Force on Radar also has these options. You can even see bullet tracers (zapped effect hits p). There's out of FOV arrow, which you can change the distance, and size of. Models: Like Friendly/Enemies in ESP, it's the same for Models. There is so much stuff that you can do just for the material, so here's a list: Model, textured, flat, plastic, clown (me), moving reflective, ghost, overflow, LSD, vapor, chandelier, paint splatter and spin art. There's an option to Render When Hidden, and Render When Ragdoll. It's really cool that you can also change the color of the reflectivity. You can even remove the model/ragdoll altogether if that's what you'd like. In world, it do be having stuff like C4, defuser, grenade and weapon glow. Viewmodel: In viewmodel, the first think you'll see is Removals, where you can remove your hand, sleeves, or weapons. You can remove visual recoil, use freecam, enable 3rd person (with customizable FOV), and even change your aspect ratio. Here's a list of things you can change with the viewmodel: Debug FOV, viewmodel FOV, push, horizontal position, vertical position, weapon sway, tilt and roll (the last two I haven't seen in any other cheat so that's pretty cool). Local Player: In the crosshairs section, there's some extra option you can enable and customize in the "Varients", such as: aim level, FOV circle, recoil, spread and wallbang. All of these can be pretty useful, and I use them quite a bit myself. With the "Force crosshair with snipers" check, you can see your crosshair with snipers (just how it sounds). You can also enable the "Scope Spread" option or even remove the scope completely. There's even an option to change the scope color. In the "Effects" tab in Local Player, there's not a lot. You can enable bullet tracers, walk trail, grenade prediction, or even have a flashlight (which is another first for me). "Other" tab: There's 2 slides here. Rendering and World. Rendering is all the basic stuff. The best thing here is the "Hide ESP" option, which hides your visuals from your screenshots or OBS, which is good if you're trying to act legit while recording/streaming. You can enable a velocity graph, spectator list, event logger (which logs purchases, damage dealt, damage taken and shots missed), side info (which has bomb info, choke info, desync, FPS, your manual aa, ping and velocity), info bar (which shows you your kills, assists, deaths, total shots, headshots, bodyshots, current time, fps, ping, speed, tickrate, uid and even how many people are online) and shared ESP. In the "World" slide, you can enable fullbright, change Bloom and Nightmode, ambient color, prop color, skybox color and skybox color. You can change the skybox to whatever you like, or enable world ESP to show you what you wanna see, which is good for danger zone as it shows you things like: ammo boxes, C4, defuser, dropped weapons, grenades, hostages, look crates, radar jammer and weapon upgrades. The Visuals get a 10/10. It's so customizable, that you can make your visuals look exactly the way you want them too. There's so many options that haven't been seen in any other cheats too. Tab #5: Skins The skin changer is pretty well made, and the new update is gonna make it even better with an inventory changer added into it. There isn't really much to talk about when we're talking about the skin changer. It's pretty simple and easy to use. There's search bars so you can search for the exact skin that you're looking for, you can change the wear, turn on stattrak (with a live stattrak option too), change the name of the skin you want, even change the see to exactly what you want. There's also a model changer, which can be confusing at first, but when you get used to using it, it's really easy. The Skin Changer gets a 8-9/10. The model changer that's in it is kind of complicated, so it would be really cool to see something added to the cheat to make it seem easier to use. The Skin Changer part, works perfectly, and it'll work even better after the update. Tab #6: Misc The "Misc" tab, is one of my favorite tabs, since there's a lot here that can make your gameplay more fun and enjoyable, since it has a lot of features that could be used for trolling or moving around the maps a lot easier. Gameplay: I'll only be talking about the "Movement" side of this, since the "Audio" side it pretty much self explanatory. First thing you'll notice is that there's an Auto Bhop option with a "Success Rate" slider. You probably know what it does. The lower the slider, the less chance you have of hitting your bhop, which is good for when you're trying to legit cheat. There's also Auto Strafe, and Edge Jump. Auto Strafe has 3 options. Legit, Multi Direction and WASD. Edge jump only has 2. Normal and Crouch Jump. There's an option to even use Air Duck, if you're trying to get those extra pixels in a jump. You can use slow walk too, and change the speed of how slow you'd like to talk. If you wanna be that guy, then you can enable slide walk, and anti trigger. Auto Defuse and Auto Pistol can be pretty useful at times too. I don't really use Quick Stop and Quick Duck, but it's nice to have at certain times. The best things about this cheat, in my opinion, is the trolling features: Player Hover, Block Bot, and Door Spam. I love using whenever I grief or throw my matches, and the reactions are pretty funny too. Jump Scout and Auto Peek are a thing, but I've never used them. Fun: There's 2 parts to this. Extra and Name/Chat. The same thing about "Audio" in the Gameplay section, I'll only be talking about the things in "Extra". Reveal ranks does exactly what it sounds like. It reveals everyone's ranks in Competitive and Wingman. Same thing about Always Show Headshots and preserve killfeed. Ragdoll intensity changes how far the ragdoll will travel when you kill your enemy. There's 5 options for the Hitmarker option, and you can enable all of them at the same time (Two dimensional, three dimensional, damage, screen pulse and word display). There's also a bunch of hitsounds you can use (bell, bubble, cod, coil, metal. tap, zapped, and custom sounds). There's Auto Accept, and an option to view your knife in your left hand. There's also some convar bypasses if you wanna use wanna use em. Oh yeah, and there's an Unjam Radar option too. Tab #7: Settings The settings tab is where you'll want to go to customize everything about your menu and configs. Configs: This is the most important part about the cheat. You can save, load, and customize the name of your configs here. The best part about this, is that there's a config browser built into the cheat, so you can find the perfect config without having to do anything yourself. Font Changer: This is exactly how it sounds. You can change the font that the cheat uses to whatever you want. You can enable/disable the drop shadow, and change the size of the font. Appearance: This is where the cool stuff happens. You can change pretty much any color of the cheat here. You can change the main color, background tint color, accent color, title bar colors, control color, and underglow color. There's bars that you can change: underglow pulse range, underglow pulse speed, menu fade speed and side bar speed. you can even use an image as your custom background. Menu: This is pretty basic. You can change the menu bind here, show the player list (which also shows who else is using zapped on the enemy team), or enable the menu sound. There's also a way to change the speed of the rainbow. The Search feature is pretty cool too. If you can't find something in the cheat, just use the search option and you'll find it (if it's in the cheat). Settings gets a 9/10 from me. It brings everything together and there's so much customization. The entire cheat gets a 8-9/10 from me. I know in my last review, the ratings were lower, but I've been using the cheat a lot more since then and I understand everything a lot more now. If they made the rage bot way better than it would definitely be a 10/10. Everything about this cheat (besides the rage bot) is super good. I doubt that you read this entire behemoth of a review, but thanks for at least coming to the end. this entire review was 2,824 words and 15,846 characters (not including this), so it would be nice if you could give me some feedback on this, thanks 😄
  3. shit youre're're right, my bad.
  4. Legit: The legit settings, in my opinion, are pretty well done. You can do whatever you want with the. If you want to go blatant, you can. If you want to play super legit, then you can. You can configure the cheat however you want, and you'll get the desired result. 10/10 Rage: In complete honesty, the rage is kind of alright. Obviously it's not made for HvH since it's a legit based cheat. But if you're just trying to mess around against legits, then with a good rage config, you can blast off people's heads easily. 5-6/10 Visuals: The visuals can be a little bit buggy (from my experience), but there's a lot you can do with them as they're super customizable. There's also some things that haven't been added into other cheats before, which is pretty cool. 7-8/10 (but 9-10/10 easily without the bugs) Skins: I think it's cool that you can add any skin onto any weapon (Dragon Lore onto a Fave-Seven or Famas), but I think it would be better if they made it so it shows you the skins that are made for the weapon you're adding the skin to. For example, if I select the AK-47, it would show me all the AK-47 skins, and then show me all the other skins. It can be pretty annoying when you're just testing out random skins and you can some broken skin. 6-7/10 Misc: In this section, there is a lot of things you can do. It has some pretty cool features like Door Spammer, Block Bot and Player Hover, which is pretty funny when you're just trying to troll people. It also has a success-rate slider for bhop, so you're not super sus when you're bhopping around. There's sound settings, like hit-marker sounds, and even changing the volume of ambient volume by itself. It even has a movement recorder and a shot helper, to help you around maps and do jump automatically without even doing anything. 10/10 Settings: The settings are very customizable. You can change the color of everything, there's even an RGB mode. You can even change the font in the cheat if you want to. But the best thing about this tab is the config browser. You can browse user-made configs to find exactly what you're looking for without the hassle of making it yourself. If you find a config that just about has what you want, don't worry. You can customize the config to your liking. 9/10 Altogether: If you're thinking about buying zapped and wondering if it's worth the money, it definitely is. This cheat is so full of features, I'm barely even scratching the surface with this testimonial. If you're interested in what else there could be, just buy the cheat and check it out yourself. It's worth it 🙂 I doubt anyone will read this entire thing, but if you did, then thanks!
  5. Emully

    Is v2 worth it?

    I used this cheat when it was in v1, and it was pretty good with not too many downsides. What I wanna know, is the cheat easier/better to use now that it's in v2? And, is the constant crashing issue fixed? Not that I actually have the money to buy it, I'm just curious 🙂