Due to the low volume of the HL2 cheats the current versions should suffice for some time. If there are issues with crashing; please disable multicore rendering in any game that crashes. This wasn't an issue in the past but due to the more recent updates of the HL2 engine; there seems to be an issue with multicore rendering in some scenarios. Since these games are old; there should be no problem running the games in single core mode to 200-400+fps.
If there is demand I can also make L4D versions of the HL2 cheats (has to be a separate version) that I could possibly bundle with the HL2 cheats as 2 different packages. Taking some look at L4D: it shouldn't take too much work to fork the HL2 cheats into a L4D version. Also if there is interest in cheats for Black Mesa; that can be done as well as it is a version based around CSGO + Source. So I can make a new hybrid project that would work on Black Mesa. Not sure about the overall market here but if there is interest please comment.
In terms of the other cheat versions; I have been working on new versions for CSGO GamersClub and I am currently about to go into the testing phase. If all my internal testing goes well then we should see a new version before the end of this month. I have been waiting on hardware after accidentally misplacing / selling the hardware I used for testing before. Some people have also been asking me about FastCup for both CSGO and HL1. The HL1 version of the FastCup cheat has not been forgotten but it is in queue after the GamersClub version is completed. Therefore there will not be more progress on that version until GamersClub is released.
As always, please download the new version from the Download page.
Jimster480 & LC Staff