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Crash NST Level Editor LEAK Download - Lama LED - 06-10-2021

yo whats up gamers 
you can download ARD's Crash NST level editor early now. biggus leakus downloadus




RE: Crash NST Level Editor LEAK Download - Guyus The Raptor - 09-10-2021

What are the odds it's a mere malware?


RE: Crash NST Level Editor LEAK Download - Lama LED - 09-10-2021

(09-10-2021, 09:24 PM)Guyus The Raptor Wrote: What are the odds it's a mere malware?
if you think it's a malware try on vm then


RE: Crash NST Level Editor LEAK Download - Guyus The Raptor - 10-10-2021

(09-10-2021, 09:40 PM)Lama LED Wrote:
(09-10-2021, 09:24 PM)Guyus The Raptor Wrote: What are the odds it's a mere malware?
if you think it's a malware try on vm then

As in VirtualBox? I don't see how that would have any effect. And even if it was a real editor, it would pretty much require NST itself, which is inaccessible and preposterously massive.

Besides, I tried to install VirtualBox once, but it asked permission to install some "USB-drivers". I was afraid that would damage my pre-existent USB-drives, so I declined and VirtualBox failed to install.

If only there was an alternative to VirtualBox that would not require installation of any alien drivers.


RE: Crash NST Level Editor LEAK Download - Prox_y - 10-10-2021

what i wonder is, if ARD hasn't released the tool yet it's because it's unfinished and may contains bugs, so why not just wait that ARD releases it's tool?


RE: Crash NST Level Editor LEAK Download - Prox_y - 10-10-2021

(10-10-2021, 08:36 PM)Guyus The Raptor Wrote:
(09-10-2021, 09:40 PM)Lama LED Wrote:
(09-10-2021, 09:24 PM)Guyus The Raptor Wrote: What are the odds it's a mere malware?
if you think it's a malware try on vm then

As in VirtualBox? I don't see how that would have any effect. And even if it was a real editor, it would pretty much require NST itself, which is inaccessible and preposterously massive.

Besides, I tried to install VirtualBox once, but it asked permission to install some "USB-drivers". I was afraid that would damage my pre-existent USB-drives, so I declined and VirtualBox failed to install.

If only there was an alternative to VirtualBox that would not require installation of any alien drivers.

You can try to check vmware instead, but it would require additional drivers to be installed, they are separate drivers that don't affect your main drivers.