RAM Cheat is a generic cheat tool that finds memory addresses where a program maintains certain variables, in the context of games such as the number of lives, ammunition, funds, energy, etc. This is achieved by taking snapshots of the program's virtual memory space. You only have to specify the current value of the variable and/or you let RAM Cheat know what happens to the variable as time passes, e. g. whether its value is increasing or decreasing. RAM Cheat then allows you to inject a new value of your choice directly into the running process. It can even update this value automatically e.g. in millisecond intervals. RAM Cheat makes use of the same virtual memory access methods and fast search and comparison algorithms as WinHex. WinHex and RAM Cheat are even interoperable when it comes to sharing found memory addresses using the POS file format.