You’ve no doubt heard tales about PLITCH by now. Some view it as a silent ninja, working behind the scenes to make your gaming experience the best that it can be. Others see it as a heavenly hand, guiding players through gaming turmoil that they couldn’t bypass by themselves. Others picture PLITCH as a testing point; a means to challenge themselves by limiting their abilities and training to be the best player that they can be. 

But how does PLITCH actually work? A few theories have been making the rounds, and we’d like to explore them and get to the truth today.  



Theory #1: PLITCH is the fulfillment of an ancient gaming prophecy and is fueled by the power of friendship. 

Historians cite ancient texts from a period known as the 1990s when cheat codes were an integral part of the gaming industry. The titans of that era were known by the monikers of Game Genie and GameShark, and they pioneered the concept of altering games to make them more enjoyable for players everywhere. Prophecy is a dubious beast, but PLITCH is definitely a modern interpretation of these ancient works. As for the power of friendship, PLITCH was founded by a couple of friends who had a simple goal: make games more fun for more people. Since they’re still pals at the time of this blog post going live, it’s probably safe to assume that the power of friendship is winning. 

Theory status: Somewhat Confirmed. 

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Theory #2: PLITCH is actually a gift from your future self

There’s a lot to unpack with this theory, so here we go. Basically, the rationale is that no one knows you better than you know yourself, and if you somehow managed to gain access to time travel, you would probably use it to make your past life better. Sure, you could try and fix past relationships, pick the correct lottery numbers, or any of that jazz, but even the richest and ‘happiest’ people struggle with video games at times. The solution? Create an intuitive customization software known as PLITCH and let your past self think they discovered it entirely by chance. It’s either that or it was created by a couple of very smart and handsome Germans, but it’s tough to know for sure. 

Theory Status: Hard to say. 



Theory #3: PLITCH is the result of programming mastery, and it interfaces with your PC’s memory using its custom codes

Oh, yeah, this one’s actually true. PLITCH works via injection points in the user's local memory (RAM). It’s not the most exciting explanation but what it really means is that the actual game isn’t altered, and it’s just the memory on your PC that gets interfaced in order to activate PLITCH’s various codes. Whether it’s turning on God Mode in Resident Evil Village or transforming Patrick into a giant in Spongebob Squarepants – Battle for Bikini Bottom, PLITCH is easy to use, safe, and a great way to get the most out of your games!

Theory Status: Confirmed!

Thanks for going on this journey of discovery with us, and let us know if you have any further questions about PLITCH by posting in our forum. Now if you'll excuse us, we have some lottery tickets to buy.