Hello I have a question about if game hacking is legal in Florida. What I mean by game hacking is making a software and selling it (not altering the games original code or selling anything with the games code in it, and does not ddos/attack the games servers, however it can be used against other players on their servers but it doesn't attack the server) but the software simply reads certain events in the game and then the program displays information you would normally not have
Generally that depends on the EULA of the game. And you might violate the EULA you signed in the making of your hack, using the hack or even selling it! Let's spin an example:
Let's assume EULA contains this sentence from the Rockstar EULA:
You agree not to, and not to provide guidance or instruction to any other individual or entity on how to:
i [...] display, perform, prepare derivative works based on, or otherwise modify the Software, in whole or in part
In that case, by making it available, you are interfering into the contract (EULA) of your potential buyers with the game server owner - which is Tortious Interference and illegal.
Using the software, as well as making it is breach of contract and, that can make your whole endeavor illegal as you lost your license.
Heck, even modding can be considered a breach of that EULA, as became apparent for some Red Dead Redemption fan: He had already gotten a Cease and Desist on a previous project and then worked on another project, allegedly on an illegal copy of the (prequal) game... It went to court and it went through Arbitration and ended with a settlement making it for that fan illegal to ever work on any Take 2 or Rockstar game-related project forever. Oh, and it is entirely up to the company to decide if they want to pursue those breaches.
In the worst case, to facilitate your hack, you might need to interact with servers without allowance to do so, which can be Computer Fraud and Abuse Act violations.
It's a breach of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act which makes it a Federal Crime to access a computer "without authorization" or "in excess of authorization".
What you are proposing is beyond what the ToS allow so you are doing it "in excess of authorization". Thee activity could be defined as either Accessing a Computer and Obtaining Information with a penalty of 1 or 5 years or Accessing a Computer to Defraud and Obtain Value with a penalty of 5 years.