"Diablo 2" Hacks for V1.07

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Released by Blizzard Entertainment in 2000, "Diablo 2" was the follow-up to Blizzard's earlier dungeon-diving third-person role playing game. Diablo 2 picks up where the first game left off, in the Church of Tristam. Players can choose from one of five character classes to explore the underworld, levelling up their character and developing skills as they go. Diablo 2 is a hackable game. Many players have built and uploaded hacking programs that can be added to the Diablo 2 data files to change your character's items, or his or her skills.

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"^[)ave's^Dat" Hack

Adding this hack to your "Diablo 2" game (version 1.07) will enable you to walk through and see through walls, leech skills from other players, cast multiple skills at the same time, build a sword that shoots arrows and have an unlimited items on your belt. Additionally, it has an in-game editor that can be activated by pressing "Enter," and then typing commands to modify your possessions and attributes.

"Hal 9010" Hack

This hack for "Diablo 2" version 1.07 will make your character absolutely invincible. It allows you to up all of your statistics to maximum (99,999,999) and has a variety of magic alterations, including casting multiple spells at the same time, learning all spells and locking your mana level so that casting spells doesn't decrease your overall mana.

"Ice Hack" Hack

For those "Diablo 2" players interested in experiencing "God Mode," "Ice Hack" offers a lot. God mode can be enabled from arrows or fire in this hack, and players can turn god mode on or off at will. This hack additionally offers maximum statistics and a "view traps" option.

"{NSW}v1.1" Hack

Designed with online play in mind, the "{NSW}v1.1" Hack for "Diablo 2" version 1.07 has a feature that allows you to see which dungeon level other players are on when they speak to you. It also has full map reveals and a "no drops at death" option that allows you to keep your acquired items even if you are killed.

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