Key Sender and Auto Clicker for Tera (and many other games)
Chimpeon is a Windows key sender and auto clicker that can perform a wide range of actions in many games including Tera. Key and mouse buttons used in-game are triggered using either a pixel colour change or a time interval, allowing complete control over game automation. The software is simple to configure and use (no scripting is required) and is one of the safest methods to automate your Tera gameplay - it does NOT access or alter game files, memory or CPU processes - 100%!
A fully functional (yet time restricted) installation of Chimpeon can be downloaded from the developer's website...
NOTE: Chimpeon does not contain a virus or malware... View the VirusTotal report. In fact, the developer is reputable and very helpful.
What Chimpeon can do for you
- Automate attack rotations
- Automatically react to game event warnings
- Accept notifications
- Prevent AFK
- Automate chat
- Move a character (in a limited way)
- Perform an entire attack rotation by spamming just a single key
Chimpeon is fully documented on its website...
Help & Support
The Chimpeon developers are very helpful and there are a number of resources to help and support you...
NOTE: The crazy mouse movement bug and the FPS/performace issues reported by some users have now been fixed. There are a few things you may still need to consider though when using Chimpeon. This guide will help you if you encounter a problem...
Getting Chimpeon Working with a Game
- Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, XP - 32bit or 64bit versions
- Tera 32bit or 64bit (or another supported game)
- Tera on primary monitor (if using more than one monitor)
- Windows and Tera scaling set to 100% or 1:1 (or pixel colour detection won't work)
Using Chimpeon Configuration Strings Created by Other Users
If the pixel color functionality of Chimpeon is used it is unlikely a configuration string exported by another user will work without modification. This is because Tera interfaces are configured differently. Screen resolution, graphics quality and addons can affect pixel detection. It is therefore advised you only use other user's configuration strings as a starting point for your own configuration. Once you familiarise yourself with the Chimpeon concept, configuring it is very quick and easy... and some might even say fun!
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