Is there a way to slow down / speed up the actual game speed? For Windows PC, there is the Cheat Engine SpeedHack that does it nicely. Is there anything (requiring root or not) to achieve similar effect on Android?

Check the Cheat Engine wiki (linked above) for the description in the functionality.

  • Well, you can always flash a new kernel and use SetCPU to change your clockspeed, but this won't have quite the effect you're wanting. It'll just make the CPU faster/slower, which you'll only really notice with things like emulation (PlayStation, for example) – Bryan Denny Jul 22 '13 at 15:58
  • Any updates from your end? – geffchang Jul 29 '13 at 3:29
  • Hy @geffchang thanks a lot for participating, but unfortunately no. I am gonna check some of the answers, but I just rage-quit the slowpoke of a strategy game that prompted me to ask this in the first place, so the need went away. – Mindwin Sep 24 '13 at 15:58

GameCIH (CheatIng Hacker) can change the game speed.

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Use GameGuardian. It perfect works on all Android versions include Lollipop and Marshmallow.

It have speedhack worked on arm and x86 devices, include x86 emulators like Bluestacks, Droid4X, Andy and others.

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Android app GMD Speed Time claims to speed up games by accelerating device time. The free version accelerates time up to 10x. It requires root access on the device and does not work on all devices.

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You can use No-frills CPU Control CLASSIC App.

Get No-frills CPU Control CLASSIC from Google Play. Or the App page in F-Droid

Description: No-frills CPU Control CLASSIC is a trimmed down version of the popular No-frills CPU Control. It is meant for older devices running Android 1.6 "Donut" or Android 2.0 "Eclair" or for people who want an app as small as possible: just around 400KB!

All the features of the standard No-frills CPU Control are available in the CLASSIC version. The only difference is in the user interface ("the looks").

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    While this might slow the game down I doubt it'll do it how the OP wants, it will just just slow down the whole phone. – Peanut Jul 29 '13 at 20:48
  • And also saves battery energy. – Abdelraouf Adjal Jul 29 '13 at 21:19
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    Yes... but the game probably won't slow down in a smooth way, it will probably lag/drop frames rather than everything just move at 1/2 speed for example. – Peanut Jul 30 '13 at 11:05
  • @Peanut, If the game is programmed correctly, it will slow down smoothly. See the PhysicsFixedStepExample from the AndEngineExamples. play.google.com/store/apps/… github.com/nicolasgramlich/AndEngineExamples/blob/GLES2/src/org/… This is to make the gaming experience perfectly reproducible between different devices. That being said, if the CPU is being purposefully underclocked by the user, the system is being fooled into making those fixed steps longer than they ought to be. – Stephan Branczyk Nov 2 '14 at 4:29
  • And yes, underclocking will slow down the entire phone, but if you're just cheating on a game, then you don't need your phone to be underclocked all the time. You just need to turn on underclocking when you're actually playing the game. – Stephan Branczyk Nov 2 '14 at 4:36

Download Cheat Engine for Android here: www.cheatengineandroid.com

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    Does this product actually do what OP wants? And a link to the play store is much preferred.. – Peanut Sep 12 '13 at 23:11

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