Hack no internet dino running game on Chrome



Hack the dinosaur running game on Google chrome. Control running speed and change game over.

Step by step procedures:

var defRunner=Runner.prototype.gameOver

Runner.prototype.gameOver=function(){console.log(“BLABLA”)}

Runner.instance_.setSpeed(15000)

Runner.instance_.setSpeed(10)

Runner.prototype.gameOver=defRunner

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  2. dude guys when it says "Runner.instance_.setSpeed(15000)" change 15000 to 10000000 (7x 0) (million) or (8 x 0) (billion)

    guys don't do that! it will go back and front

  3. If you were wondering why this works:

    you are linking the variable 'defRunner' to Runner.prototype.gameOver
    then Runner.prototype.gameOver is set a function console.log, this tells the console to log BLABLA , and that overwrites the existing code for the game to end, just pure javascript.

    you can change BLABLA to anything else : ) and it'll still work

  4. Nice work!!
    For getting high-score only.
    ===============================================
    Just follow his procedure or in console Type this:
    Runner.instance_.update()
    Runner.instance_.activated=true
    Runner.instance_.highestScore=999999999
    Runner.instance_.time=999999999
    Runner.instance_.update()
    Runner.instance_.activated=false
    ================================================
    Just doing the second line would do the tricks. [Runner.instance_.highestScore=999999999]
    *SpeedHack*
    Runner.instance_.setSpeed(99000)

  5. Anyone who thinks this is a hack is a fucking idiot its just changing the code on the page you can do this with any website

  6. when i type runner.prototype it says "uncaught reference error: runner is not defined" Please tell me what to do

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