Gta Iv Hot Coffee Mod How To Install

For sure that you've heard of this mod of GTA San Andreas. GTA San Andreas Hot Coffee is the mod that allows you to unlock the explicit content and interactive sex-games with your girlfriends in GTA San Andreas.
The games are included in the original game, but they are locked. When you install this mod you will be able to play all missions as usual, but girlfriends are always available for dates, and will have coffee with your after every date from the beginning. Of course, you will be able to see and get in the game when they say they are drinking coffee.
How to install GTA Sandreas Hot Coffee:
Backup your data/script/main.scm and data/script/script.img files, then replace the original main.scm and script.img files with the versions included in Hot Coffee and start a new game. From then on, you will be able to enjoy the full experience of GTA San Andreas.
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This Mod is rated Adult Only, so it should be played only by people 18 years and older.

My friend personally sent me the unlock mod for Hot Coffee, all you do is run the application after GTA SA is installed, no technical user mod above running the app on top of a previous GTA install is needed, I'd look for that patch to run instead, I don't know where it would be hosted online presently though, so some sort of cloud based storage would be a good idea, the patch is not large, in the regard of whether it would be difficult or not. You posted this in and mentioning GTA 4, let's be clear, there is ABSOLUTELY NO GTA 4 mod for HC Edited January 9, 2014 by BlackListedB. Fan made is JUST NOT THE SAME as Hot Coffee as defined by historical significance, and that's what I'm driving at and the place I'm coming from. If I don't know about all fan based mods, that's totally reasonable, I'm a CONSOLE player and owner firstly and foremost, but I'll tell you, I don't shy away from the PC versions. The problem remains that Rockstar under the auspices of the Housers will not cater to PC first, and as such, any PC versions will fall short the optimization mark, until the day they have a crack PC team of programmers in-house. Fan made is JUST NOT THE SAME as Hot Coffee as defined by historical significance, and that's what I'm driving at and the place I'm coming from. If I don't know about all fan based mods, that's totally reasonable, I'm a CONSOLE player and owner firstly and foremost, but I'll tell you, I don't shy away from the PC versions.

The problem remains that Rockstar under the auspices of the Housers will not cater to PC first, and as such, any PC versions will fall short the optimization mark, until the day they have a crack PC team of programmers in-house None of that alters the fact that you incorrectly claimed there was no HC mod for GTA IV and I corrected you. Yes, you're right, I'm wrong, there's a Mod, but that doesn't mean jack shite when I'm referring to the original hidden sex game that no USER or GAMER added, Rockstar Games STAFF added, and was denied by the Housers and official statements, yet it existed, the mod was done to reveal the hidden sex game. Please do try and keep your ego out of this.

PatrickW I may remind you is a staff member of GTAforums, however, I disavow all knowledge of that site, bad blood still exists, but lemme say, READ that BOOK 'Jacked' by all means Edited January 19, 2014 by BlackListedB. Yes, you're right, I'm wrong, there's a Mod, but that doesn't mean jack shite when I'm referring to the original hidden sex game that no USER or GAMER added, Rockstar Games STAFF added, and was denied by the Housers and official statements, yet it existed, the mod was done to reveal the hidden sex game. Please do try and keep your ego out of this. My ego isn't a factor here, yours apparently is.

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You made a statement that was factually incorrect and all I did was correct it. You first tried to deny it by claiming you were talking about the original GTA: SA minigame (which this topic really has nothing to do with) when your own initial post contradicts this by clearly including the word 'mod', then tried to deflect it by bringing up Rockstar's alleged lack of a 'crack PC team' (something else this topic has nothing to do with). I would beg you not to be daft, as the Brits put it, but I don't think that would do any good. You feel that ego-less means you get the last word?? I dunno about that, really!??! The truth is largely what I believe makes up the story of GTA and Rockstar within the book Jacked, it's only real critique was issues of the own Houser's device, that is to grant fewer and fewer interviews in recent years in which to quote from the horses' mouth so to speak.

Why focus on Rockstar over user mods? You seem to think I'm touching on things not related and off-topic. I say, clearly, WRONG. Mod is short for Modification I'll remind you. Hot Coffee I'll also remind you, yet again, not an original user mod to GTA IV, it clearly existed BEFORE GTA 4, that's fact, it's truth, and there's no argument anyone, including you, can devise to say otherwise. This is wholly why I contest you arguing for legitimacy here.

Patrick Wildenberg, excuse me if I got the spelling wrong at the moment, but PatrickW (his current online user name at GTAForums) is the programmer who unearthed and RESTORED Hot Coffee with his Mod, it made him somewhat infamous in the process, even he didn't want the controversy to include him in the swarm of press that came about, it effected everyone involved, right up to Dan and Sam Houser. I'm not talking about ANYTHING to come in years following those two discoveries, so that's that. Don't bother trying to discount me further, I'm right, here, there's no false truth in what I said about Hot Coffee. Now if some user created the same title 'mod', that's too bad, really, because you should never ride someone else's coat-tails, and use their mod work to gain notoriety for you own!! Patrick's work is labeled a MOD, though not to enhance gaming, it reverts the coding used to hide the minigame originally.

He is a user, a gamer, and he comes from the same school of knowledgeable coders who device game enhancements, so again, you can't argue he's not a modder, it's again an untruth! Edited January 23, 2014 by BlackListedB. Patrick Wildenberg, excuse me if I got the spelling wrong at the moment, but PatrickW (his current online user name at GTAForums) is the programmer who unearthed and RESTORED Hot Coffee with his Mod, it made him somewhat infamous in the process, even he didn't want the controversy to include him in the swarm of press that came about, it effected everyone involved, right up to Dan and Sam Houser. I'm not talking about ANYTHING to come in years following those two discoveries, so that's that.

Don't bother trying to discount me further, I'm right, here, there's no false truth in what I said about Hot Coffee. Yeah, there is actually one false truth: The fact that there is an HC mod for GTA IV, contrary to your very own claim. Patrick's work is labeled a MOD, though not to enhance gaming, it reverts the coding used to hide the minigame originally. He is a user, a gamer, and he comes from the same school of knowledgeable coders who device game enhancements, so again, you can't argue he's not a modder, it's again an untruth! Wow, yet again you try to put words in my mouth. I never said this Patrick guy was or wasn't anything, I just wanted to know why I should care that he's an admin or a mod or whatever at GTAF. Edited January 27, 2014 by Spartan198.

This response relies only on the OP continuing with his input, so the problem can be properly resolved. I spoke my peace. Let it go at that, I'm responding in facts for the benefit of any reader, since I read a topic about GTA like any other forum reader, my perception is expressed in my response, I feel I have more background based on the actual games and the company from my many years of gaming, so that is the rational behind my response and original posting. Don't engage to enrage, there's no need for heated exchange OR argumenatative stance with this topic or any other.

The problem with GTAForums is a near complete lack of respect for other gamers, so I won't indulge in that any further. Patrick is a well respected member of GTAForums for the main reason I mentioned him, he and he alone unearthed Hot Coffee in 2005 with his mod, made it available to unlock the hidden mini game code. He's a modder of GTA, that's what you must acknowledge Edited January 27, 2014 by BlackListedB. This response relies only on the OP continuing with his input, so the problem can be properly resolved.

I spoke my peace. Clover dvr software viewer. Let it go at that, I'm responding in facts for the benefit of any reader, since I read a topic about GTA like any other forum reader, my perception is expressed in my response, I feel I have more background based on the actual games and the company from my many years of gaming, so that is the rational behind my response and original posting.

You didn't know an HC mod existed for GTA IV and stated incorrectly that no such thing existed. Why can't you just acknowledge that and accept that somebody younger than you knew something you didn't? I am not commenting on a USER mod, outside of the mod to unlock Hot Coffee originally. My mistake was not knowing the relation to GTA IV, initially I mentioned it might have been posted incorrectly.

But the thing is, this topic has zilch to do with the original GTA: SA minigame. It always had zilch to do with it. The subject of this topic is the HC mod for GTA IV, which you claimed didn't exist when it, in fact, does exist. It was you that brought up the original minigame, you that brought up GTAF, you that brought up this Patrick guy. None of those subjects had anything to do with this thread. How is grammatically correct even important?

It's subjective, I type as I would speak (my thoughts) Not writing a book or college thesis. The OP as in Original Poster needs his chance to expound on why and what he's posting, don't bother trying to defend your argument since I explained myself and there's simply no need to go on with this. Consider the matter settled. Trying to pick apart all of my posting is creating an air of inhospitality. That's something I'm not trying to solicit, but it seems you certainly have it in your head to do so, from the postings you made rather then admitting my comments about modding as it stands in reality are correct as well. Hot Coffee is a Rockstar mini sex game hidden within GTA San An. That is again, FACT.

I'm right about the facts surrounding it. Patrick Wildenberg's mod software reverses the revised editions I believe or unlocked the original, I'm a little unclear on that historically, but if you're a long time fan of GTA, you'll remember store shelves becoming devoid of San Andreas as Rockstar was forced to pull retail copies as they originally shipped.

What was written to unlock the second edition is also referred to as a mod. The way I see it and still do, unless you think a better term applies Edited February 3, 2014 by BlackListedB.