Multi Theft Auto (MTA) is an open-source software project that adds full on-line gaming support to Rockstar North's Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas PC game, in which this functionality is not originally found. It is the first open-source modification that adds a highly customizable network play element to a commercial closed-source single-player PC game.
Developed as an experimental piece of software for earlier Grand Theft Auto series, Multi Theft Auto has become an advanced multiplayer platform for gamers and developers. Our software provides on-line gaming for dozens of players running user-generated gameplay content and scripts through a Lua virtual machine, and is freely distributed under the GPLv3 license.
MTA:SA was brillantly developed, allowing any kind of game possibility. From racing to role-playing, forest mazes to hay stack climbings, there are endless possibilities. That makes MTA a modification impossible to get sick of, there's always something new to try out. And everything you need to create your own game is your brain, lua knowledge and a bit of imagination...
SA:MP compared with MTA is impossible. Because MTA sync is better, MTA has a lot of USEFUL codes(not the useless codes and callbacks from SA:MP) but MTA have a problem, players. SA:MP have a lot of players, but 75% uses some type of Hack or Cheat, making SA:MP famous. MTA brings a perfect anti-cheat and Hacks are not your problem in MTA. Thanks, Kerang.
MTA SA is one of the best modifications in history you need to play it and understand its potential before you realise how good it is.
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Since 2002 we have explored, played and enjoyed mods of all shapes and sizes just like Multi Theft Auto: San Andreas. We love games like Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas that have opened themselves up to modding. Because of communities like Workshop, Nexus, Curse, RTSL, GameBanana and Mod DB, more games support modding today than ever before.
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