Getting setup with LSS Bot is very simple, follow the tutorial below to get your bot running!
1. Download LSS Bot
This version will only work on Windows 10+. We have cloud plans that will work on other devices!
Press the button below to download LSS Bot. Simply run the installer and follow the instructions.
If you don’t have Microsoft Redistributable Packages 2015-2019 on your computer the bot will automatically start another installer in the back, please follow the microsoft installer instructions.
Your Windows username (path) must not contain any non English characters in order for the program to function.
2. Install an Emulator
As of now LSS Bot works with LD Player 4, LD Player 9.0.13+ (new/beta) and MEmu. Download and install an emulator of your choice.
*After installing the emulator please run it at least one time, to finish the configuration process!
*Register a google play account, or log into an existing one on the emulator and it’s also recommended to disable auto-app updates in your google settings.
LD Player 4
Click the button below to download LD Player V4.
LD Player 9.0.13+ (NEW/BETA)
Please remember that LD Player 9 offers a better performance but is still in it’s beta testing stage. If you wish to test LD 9 make sure you install version 9.0.13 or higher.
To download MEmu visit the official MEmu website.
3. Run Your First Bot
Start the bot and select what game it should initially download.
Once everything is downloaded sign into the bot using your LSS Bot or ROEBOT account and proceed to the “Quick Start” tab.
Step 1: Select Emulator and Game
Select the emulator and game from the list menu and proceed to step 2.
Step 2: Create Emulator Instances
It is recommended to run the emulator at least one time manually so that it finishes all configurations after installation.
Create at least one emulator instance by pressing the “Create” button (you can also manually create the emulators in the emulator itself). This process may take a couple minutes, please do not close the bot until the process is finished!
It is recommended to NOT delete the first emulator instance.
Proceed to step 3.
Step 3: Create A LSS Bot Instance
Give your instance a name and select one or more emulators that the bot should use on the instance.
Important! Using the same emulator on multiple LSS Bot instances will lead to conflicts.
Press the “Create Instance” button and proceed to the last step by pressing the “Continue” button.
The bot will automatically assign the first (primary) emulator if none is selected.
Step 4: Settings
Select the game that you want the bot to play for you from the list menu in the “Scripts” tab. Go through all the available options and set the bot up the way you want it to play. Drag and drop the available tasks in the menu to determine the order in which the bot should execute them.
Tasks and options marked with a “Crown” icon can be enabled or configured by purchasing our premium subscription.
LSS Bot can work with multiple emulators. After completing all tasks it will close the current emulator and open the next one. You can configure the emulators that are tied to the current LSS Bot instance in the “Emulators” tab.
You can also save your script settings to file in the “Scripts” menu and tell the bot to use different settings on different emulators by selecting the settings file in the “Emulators” menu next to the emulator checkbox.
The bot is able to change accounts within game (if the game supports that). Simply enter the in-game username and/or email into the “Accounts” table. For example on Last Shelter it will use the “IM30” account switching option and look for values on screen that match what you’ve entered. If it ends up missing an account it’ll print the closest match into the log, so that you can modify the values.
Close the menu and save your settings. It may take some time for the settings to save, as the bot will also attempt to reconfigure the emulators if needed.
The bot is now configured, press the play button and enjoy!
If you wish to reconfigure a LSS Bot instance press the “Cog” button to reopen the configuration menu.
Keep In Mind
The bot works with default in-game settings, the in-game language must be set to English. The in-game tutorial must be completed before running the bot.