Which hot games cheat or cheat hard?
The internet has been abuzz lately over an incident involving a “hot chillin” game on Steam called Hot Chilli Game.
In a post on Reddit, user “The_Harmony” said he was playing Hot Chillin and “tried to do something cool” by hitting a hot chili on the side of the screen.
He then tried to save his progress, but couldn’t.
“The problem was, I couldn’t get a hot chilli to stop working,” he wrote.
“I had to click the hot chili button a few times.
I thought, maybe I just have an auto-save feature, but it still kept clicking on my hot chili.
So I figured I might as well just keep doing it.
Then I hit hot chili, and the game froze.
I called Steam Support and asked them what was going on, but they said I had to hit the hot chillis again.
So after about an hour of that, the game stopped working.
I got a text from Steam Support saying ‘this could happen to you’ and I couldn´t even go to the steamcommunity.com page for the game anymore because of the steam error.”
The_Healy wrote that he did have a Steam account and was able to restore his progress.
Steam said in a statement that it’s aware of the issue and is investigating the issue.
The company has not commented on the issue, and we’re waiting to hear back from The_Hampony.
The game that The_Healthy says he’s been playing on Steam is Hot Chill, a “futuristic space combat game with a little twist,” according to Steam.
It’s free to play, but is a “very casual” game.
Hot Chill is the latest in a line of games that have been plagued by cheaters on Steam, including a new Hot Chill game that’s free-to-play and a Hot Fudge game that is a game with “inappropriate sexual content.”
Last month, Steam suspended Hot Chill for allegedly abusing the game’s “Steamworks” feature to make it more popular.
In addition to Hot Chill and Hot Fudges, Steam has also had a cheater-free Hot Chill-exclusive game, Hot Chill in the Morning, for the past month.