Viva Pinata

Game Fixes


Game Trainers



Viva Pinata
  • Create your own garden and more than 60 types of piñatas
  • Use easy, basic tools to develop an enviroment that reflects you
  • Regardless of skill level, find challenge in keeping out sour piñatas, perfecting your garden and keeping your new piñata friends happy
  • Choose how much you want to control your piñatas by letting them run free or attempting to control their daily lives
  • Games for Windows Version


I didn't imagine that what my friends were labeling "that cool pinata game" was actually an engrossing habitat simulation. You can garden, landscape, breed animals -- er..pinatas. And they're all named after sweets! There is nothing more rewarding than attracting that long sought after animal to your garden.

The game is so lighthearted and dreamlike. Even death is given light treatment -- the creatures don't "die", but are busted, leaving their candy "essence" behind. Every creature has a unique house. They're all so creatively constructed that you'll find yourself buying every building just to see what they look like. What's even more fun is trying to figure out some of the more obscure food references. "Swanana" shouldn't leave you wondering for too long.

I'd recommend this game to any one of any age.

Game Fixes

  • Always make a backup of the files that are overwritten by the File Archive, as the original files are usually required to update the game to a newer version or to play Online!
  • Some No-CD/Fixed EXE files work fine in Single Player mode but are detected to be modified when trying to play online. When this happens use the original EXE to play online, else you could find yourself banned from the game!
  • When using Fixed Files make sure to use a Firewall which controls outgoing traffic, as some games call back to report the use of these modified files!
  • Some original games do not work when a certain application has been installed, like DAEMON Tools. In most cases using a No-CD or Fixed EXE will solve this problem!
  • Some Game Trainers are sometimes reported to be a Virus or Trojan, the most common is a keylogger called HotKeysHook or the file has been packed/protected with VMProtect or Themida and is recognized as Win32/Packed.VMProtect or Win32/Packed.Themida. In ALL cases this is a FALSE ALARM as NONE of the Game Trainers @ GFW contain known malicious code! More info in the PC Games FAQ!
  • If you have problems using a trainer in combination with Windows Vista, 7 or 8 then make sure to run the trainer with Administrator rights and when needed in Windows XP or Windows 98 compatibility mode!
  • ALL available trainers are for Single Player/Offline use ONLY! Don't try to use them online else your account can/will be banned/closed!

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