Created by mirofinland
- Its way of handling remotes makes it a great option for games with spammy remotes. It doesn’t create a new button for every remote that is fired, instead it stacks them creating a lag-free experience.
- On top of this, it auto-updates the arguments in the code box which means that you can smoothly see the changes in the arguments
- Very responsive controls
- When not in use, it is extremely easy to hide it with a simple keybind (Default is P, you can change it by changing the TurtleSpySettings.json file)