A glitch hack is a video game term describing a glitch (bug) that has been exploited by the player to give them an advantage. One of the most famous glitch hacks is Wave Dashing from Super Smash Bros. Wave Dashing was so popular that Nintendo decided to intentionally include it in one of the game's sequels.
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A lot of developers use the above glitch hack as a convention, when in reality it should be bugfixed out of existence. If you think it shouldn't be bugfixed, ask yourself why. Is it because it is an important step in the evolution of programming? Or is it because it makes you feel cool when you write it?
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