Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Version 0.L37

Minor tweaks and fixes done for this version. Remember to get the zoomhack values right.

Latest version here.

Saturday, August 29, 2009

Getting the correct memory values for Zoom Hack

Open Cheat Engine

Instead of "4 Bytes" , use "Float"

Go outside of City in Central Asia.

Zoom in as much as you can, than search for Float "2".
Zoom out as much as you can, than search for Float "10".

Repeat until you get 4 values, replace them in memory.ini

After that, change the zoom level in Config.ini to 35

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Alright, there are quite a bit of changes in the version prior to Atlantica Online latest patch.

Firstly, do note that the life, sit and inventory addresses will no longer need to be copied to config.ini
Instead, they are to be written in memory.ini

The methods of retrieving the hex values remain the same.

Version L.027
Latest Version here

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Atlantica Online Bot v0.K

Latest Atlantica Bot version

Update to v0.K


-Added PixelChecksumMaker for Quest / monsterInfo / VisibleGUI Checksums

-Added Memory Read for the Cursor ID's , in case it doesnt work the Buttons still exist

-Changed some visuals in the BotGUI

-Changed the Pixelchecksum to see if the ComboBox for the MonsterInfo is open

-The Bot will allways "sit" if it stops AutoMove, to refresh the Moving Memory

-The Bot uses a Bird View outside combat, which allows for some more easy targeting
Its just the start of the bird view, as it possible offers a lot more options

-Some tweaks and other changes

Get it here

Saturday, June 20, 2009

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Atlantica Bot V0.i3

Latest Atlantica Bot version 0.i3 is out. All thanks to creator TheOnlyOne

Update: v0.I3

-Added a interval of checks to look for the Location Pixelchecksum,
to avoid the Flower effect that can mess with it.
-Added a "CombatInProcess" check whenever the Script moves in a Quest.
-Added variables for the PixelChecksums in visibleGUI, QuestInfo, MonsterInfo
so peops can use it to input the customized values and dont need to recompile.

-Included SuperZoom hack to get in Ego-Perspective with ZoomLevel 1, or zoom out
to a massive BirdView to watch the complete Map from the Sky.
So far extrem good for Nation Dungeons as its easy to spot moving enemies,
coord your Teams and find some missing Mobs if they are hiding (well they are insane small ofcourse).
Viewing Distance 5 needed with a big Zoom.

Remember to read and follow the instructions on setting up here.

Get Atlantica Online Bot Version V0.i3

Sunday, May 31, 2009

Alt + 4 Toggle issues

Most people have this problem when they start up their bots. The bot simply alt+4 repeatedly and does nothing else.

Solution by TheOnlyOne (Hail to the creator)

Alt+4 is allways done if the Bot wants to Pixelsearch, as it prevents it from getting Results of the GUI and it prevents it from clicking parts of the GUI it should not.

Important for this was that peops got problem with the Help Request, or it could randomly click on the Quest List if an monster was behind it (as the List is transparent) which opens the Quest Info all the time and never gets to click the Monster.

All this simply make it better to use the Alt+4, especially in combat with the Camera Position, as otherwise parts of the GUI block the View and Clicks.

The Function that says if the GUI is visible or not:

Func _checkVisibleGUI()
$pixelChecksum = PixelChecksum(6,8,9,13)
if $pixelChecksum = 3827775855 Then
return True
return False

Simply looks for a small white part of the GUI Menu on the top, if it can't get the correct CheckSum it simply assumes the GUI is not visible and clicks Alt+4 if it wants to see the GUI, the other check simply wants to "hide" the GUI and looks if its "not" visible.

So if it just keeps pressing Alt+4 you know that your coords are not the same as this here.

The easy trick is stated in the FAQ like for many other problems related to this wrong Coords.

Use the MouseSearch.exe tool to look if your upper Left corner of the Ingame Window (not the TitleBar, only the Ingame WIndow) is the 0,0 coord, and you can simply make the Pixelchecksum with the given coords.

So hover the mouse on the 6,8 coord and press F1, than hover on 9,13 and press F2, you will now have a PixelChecksum produced between this coords.
If your GUI is visible the Bot wants it to be exactly the given, if its different you have to change were the Atlantica Window is placed.

In Config.ini theirs:

$GuiMoveX = 0
$GuiMoveY = 0
$FuseGUIwithApp = 1

So you can change it to

$GuiMoveX = 0
$GuiMoveY = 5

if your Coord in upper Left is than 0,0 it should work as it should.

Direct information at http://www.elitepvpers.de/forum/korean-foreign-games/191187-atlantica-online-auto-battle-bot-175.html

Bot not moving forward?

Question by Ne*****:


So I'm having a new issue now, it was working for a little while, I got it all setup, but now when I go to run it, it will battle correctly if a battle is initiated, however it just taps S to backpeddle every 4-5 seconds outside of a battle, that's it. No more moving around, just small backsteps every few seconds.

Any idea what could be causing this?

I went back and doubled checked all my values, they all checked out. It was occasionally target and engage a mob, fight the battle, win, but afterwards it does the same backpeddle thing, I double checked the graphics settings and they're correct.


Simple, just remove your mount. Remember to click "delete LifeMana.ini" and start bot.

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Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Multiple Atlantica Online Clients on single PC

Yes, it is possible to do multiple Altantica Online clients running.


Go to your Ndoor\Atlantica\ folder
Run Atlantica.exe

and... after loading

Run Atlantica.exe again

It is advisable to set low graphics before running multiple clients, otherwise your pc might blow up. Anyway, the bot is able to function on multiple clients in a single PC, try out the Party Control GUI...

Have fun

Friday, May 22, 2009


Thanks for all the comments, it helps others to understand what they need to know too. Don't be shy in giving your views on how to make the bot work better by posting your comments.

By the way, the creator TheOnlyOne replied, "Sounds good, keep the Blog clean and i might give credit for it."

I'll do my best to give as accurate information as possible, but I need you guys to help me in case I missed out any details.

Once again, thanks.

Atlantica Online - Bot

Alright, before I begin, please read the following:

  • By using the bot, the risk is upon you, no one else will bear the responsibility except yourself
  • We should all give thanks to the creator, "TheOnlyOne"
  • If you like this guide, at least click on the Google sponsors as thanks

Yeah, I know a lot of us have frustrations getting the bot to even work. I can only show you how the basic steps should be done to get it running. The finer details got to be experimented by you, I can't really pin point your problems.

For those who have no idea what's going on, just read on and download the latest bot and cheat engine

TheOnlyOne AutoBattle Bot v0.i2.rar


Cheat Engine at http://www.cheatengine.org/

** If you have virus scan, it will pick it up as some Trojan or Virus. Rest assured, it is the bot and nothing else. The scripting and memory functions made the bot look like a virus, but it is not.**

You will need WinRar to unzip the files. Just Google it and you will find a free WinRar program.

Unzip the files into any folder

You should get these files after unzipping.
Do NOT Switch on Atlantica Online yet
Do NOT Start the bot yet

Install the latest version of Cheat Engine from http://www.cheatengine.org/

The first damn thing you should do now is to change your Windows setting (NOT the game) to at least 1028 x 1024pixel
Set Atlantica Online to "Windows Mode"
Start the game

Now in the settings:

Low Texture : Checked
Full Screen : Unchecked (Window Mode)
Bright : 0
Contrast : 0
View Distance : 1

Normal Avatar : Use Simplified Character
Battling Avatars: Omit Character Output

Interface Settings: Uncheck all

You should see something like this on your screen

Got it?

Now make sure your main character:

Has "Sit" action
Has "Auto-Loot" action
Is at hotkey "1" (Select Main character and press Ctrl+1)
Has Resurrection Potions in QuickSlot (F2)

Remember, every step is crucial to make the bot work.

Now, get your character to "Sit"

and start Cheat Engine

Now follow the instructions given in your bot folder > Cheat Engine > Cheat Engine HowTo get the correct Sit Memory
Make sure you have pasted the correct memory code into Config.ini

Now do the same for

Cheat Engine HowTo get the HealthMana Memory

Cheat Engine HowTo get the InventorySlots Memory


The current bot version CAN support mercenaries like Prophets and Princesses
. (Tested)

Start the file BotGUI.exe
Click on GetCursorID Hand and dont fu**ing shift the mouse
Next click on GetCursorID Sword and find a mob, mouse over it (Do not click), showing the sword icon... press PageDwn key

Now uncheck all the boxes EXCEPT (Sit) (AutoLoot) (Auto-Res) and ignore the rest for now.

Set the number of mercenaries (Including you) to the actual number. If you have 3 mercanaries and 1 main character, set it to 4.

At the next tab "Hacks and macro"
Uncheck all

Next tab "Customize"
Uncheck all EXCEPT Monster Searching

**Edited.. There is no reason to mess with the ScanArea"

Ignore "Auto Craft"

Next tab "Combat Settings"
Uncheck all (unless you really know what is happening. I don't recommend for starting up)

** This is the frickin part which most people are stucked with **
Before starting the bot, click on "Delete LifeMana.ini" function

(Do this only if the bot is still not getting the correct health, try this:
Make sure your character is in full health
Open up LifeMana.ini in your bot folder
Check if Character 1=HEALTH matches the main character's max health in the game
If the health doesn't match, replace the number in LifeMana.ini with the actual health and save the file.)

Once you are done, switch off Cheat Engine.
Position your main character near some monsters.
And click "Start Bot / and save settings"
Click "Ok" on the instructions pop-up
Click on the grey box "Start Bot" and do not move

.... It should be searching for monsters and battling now. If not, you got to check what are the steps you have missed out. Otherwise, submit a bug report.

Each time you restart Atlantica Online, you would need to find the Hex memories for "Sit" , "Main char life" and "number in slots". Also, the hand and sword cursor has to be obtained again. Once you have the bot "working", try out the other features and improve your botting flow.

I hope I have helped you achieve whatever you need. Remember to give thanks to the creator and click on my google ads (once a day will do, don't spam)