Everything you need to know about how to configure, program, and use Cronus Zen 32bit GamePacks. The user guides for all 16bit Community GamePacks can be found here 👉 gamepacks.cronusmax.com
✅ = Fully tested with the latest version of the game - no warnings or errors.
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Don't know how to code? No experience with GPC scripting? Need a MOD for your favorite game that is guaranteed to work? Introducing the famous Cronus GamePacks....
These are developed and supported by GPC script experts in the community, who are on hand to listen to your feedback, implement feature requests, make improvements, and fix any bugs that you or others may have found. This is what is so special about the Cronus Community, everything is maintained and improved directly from the input given by you guys.
There are also a number of special edition GamePacks (highlighted in Zen Studio as [PRO]), exclusively written by our colleagues, the ModPass Team.
There is no direct community support for these packs, however, there is excellent video and manual documentation available.
GAMEPACKS VS SCRIPTS
Scripts are open-source code with no GamePack Configuration Interface (GCI) in Zen Studio, and most of them have no OLED menu system.
If you are looking for the best scripts with a nice OLED menu, for example anything written by taylodrift21 is highly recommended by Cronus Community Admin.
While we have control over the GamePacks available in Zen Studio, we have no control over GPC scripts available in the GPC Library, Cronus Community, Discord, and other places. Therefore, moving forward, you should ALWAYS assume that any COD script is no longer compatible with the latest versions of those games, and will likely cause a temporary account block. The simple solution is to update to the latest version of the GamePack, but if you really need a particular COD script, then you should speak to the script author to confirm if it has been updated.
The GamePack Configuration Interface, of GCI for short, popups up when you program any GamePack to a memory slot (or simply click the Memory slot number to open). This is where you can set all of your GamePack settings before even programming the Zen.
Open Zen Studio, click on the Programmer tab, then simply select the GamePack you want from the list on the right and drag it to an empty memory slot. Once programmed to the Zen, there's an advanced menu system displayed on Zen's OLED Message Screen that gives you direct access to each MOD option and adjustable values such as speed and power while you are playing the game, in real-time, without being connected to a computer.
Once the GamePack is programmed to your Zen, select the correct memory slot by pressing the P1 button which is the blue button to the right of the OLED screen - you will see the logo of the GamePack with instructions on how to enter the GamePack Menu System (For example the Community Pack Menu Quick Toggle is: Hold LT/L2 & Press MENU/OPTIONS)
Watch this video to see how easy it is to download & program a Zen GamePack
GamePacks are primarily designed to be used with a controller. Mouse & Keyboard will work as the Zen interprets them as controller movements, however the sensitivity settings will be very different in most cases.
Also note that in any game, the sensitivity settings are quite different depending on the platform (PS4 and PC settings are very different for example).
Lookout for the 32bit MK GamePacks - these are specially designed for Mouse & Keyboard users!
If you require assistance with a GamePack, have a feature request, or have a bug to report, we have setup an individual support community for every single GamePack. The link is provided at the top of each page's introduction; here's a screenshot to show you where: