Cheat Code Central: Contact Us


Send all codes, hints, strategy guides, proposals, comments, etc. to dave@cheatcc.com. If you find a mistake, broken link, problem, etc. on Cheat Code Central, please let us know so we can fix it. However, please do not send e-mail asking for codes, because we do not send codes to anyone. All codes that we have are found on Cheat Code Central.

Please note when sending us a code, hint, etc. that it may take a while or may never get added to Cheat Code Central. The reason for this is because we receive a ton of mail every day, and we just do not have the time to edit and post everything that is sent to us. We do read every single e-mail we receive and would like to thank you for taking the time to write to us.

All cheat codes, hints, tips, etc. sent to us will become the property of Cheat Code Central. We do not automatically give attribution for cheat codes, hints, tips, etc. submitted to us because of problems it has caused in the past. If you want attribution, please specify that along with the name you want the submission attributed to.

If you want to contact the crew you can email them directly below. Please note: All correspondence to Dave regarding codes etc should be sent directly to him via e-mail.

Cheat Code Central Staff Contact List:



Dave Allison
CEO / Owner / Code Content Director
Email: dave@cheatcc.com
Dave started CheatCC as a hobby in 1997, growing the site into the internet's largest independent game website. Dave is still passionate about video games, and he especially loves playing first-person shooters. In his free time, he enjoys MMA, snowboarding, and traveling.

Jason Messer
Editor-in-Chief / Video Content Director
Email: jasonmesser@cheatcc.com
After covering nearly every facet of the industry as contributing writer (while also assisting behind the scenes), Jason was asked to take over as Editor-in-Chief in 2015. In addition to ensuring the day-to-day operations run smoothly, he’s always looking for new ways to expand CheatCC’s creative content and social media influence. His goal is to keep Cheat Code Central ranked as the #1 independent video game site in the world! On an unrelated noted, when asked “...are you the Batman,” Jason suddenly disappears into a cloud of smoke.

Becky Cunningham
Site Editor
Twitter:@BeckyCFreelance
An old-school '80s-'90s PC gamer who picked up consoles as an adult, Becky has an eclectic taste in games. On one hand she loves gritty, low fantasy RPGs that involve tough moral decisions. On the other hand, she has an abiding love for all things bright and happy by Nintendo. She lives in Canada with her husband and two co-dependent cats. Along with gaming and writing, Becky enjoys singing, dancing, travel, and ranting about politics.

Angelo M. D'Argenio
Senior Contributing Writer
Twitter:@Angelo_Dargenio
Angelo D'Argenio is a six-year games journalist from New Jersey who has been a dedicated gamer since he first got his hands on a Mattel Intellivision at age 2. As he grew up, he integrated his love of gaming into his academic studies by producing several lit theory analyses of video game plots and a psychological study of the gaming community as a whole. When he's not writing articles for Cheat Code Central, he can be found entering and running local gaming tournaments, traveling the convention circuit to participate in gaming-related panels, or performing his own brand of stand-up comedy. His favorite genres include RPGs, action games, fighting games, and any sort of clever indie title.

Sean Engemann
Contributing Writer
Twitter:@CardCanuck
With a love second only to his family, video games have been Sean's obsession since before the industry's rebirth in the 1980s. Always looking to squeeze a few minutes of game time in while performing his duties as a stay-at-home dad, it was only during a career transition that he thought of writing about video games. With an innate creative mind honed even further by his university Major in Theatre, Sean has found the perfect professional outlet for his favorite pastime, and is thankful to Cheat Code Central for allowing his work to shine.

Jenni Lada
Contributing Writer
Twitter:@JMariye
Jenni has been playing video games since she could sit up. That is, until her father realized the second player controller on the Intellivision worked in a single player game of Night Stalker. She has a bachelor's in English from NEIU and has had her work appear at Siliconera, GamerTell and the now-defunct CAD Media. She will play any import game she can get her hands on, even if she can't understand it, and has a thing for quirky games like dating sims.


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