Teens are so obsessed when it comes to playing games. Who doesn’t like taking a break from their hectic schedule and chill? This can get much better and fun if we can play all the games not on our 5 inches mobile screen but on our PC. With a bigger screen and clarity playing games is possible too. Advancement in technology has come up till this level that android games can be played on our PC with a mouse and a keyboard or maybe a controller too. Let us look at the ways how we can play them.

  1. Blue Stacks:
  • Blue Stack is an Android Emulator which provides us with a platform on which the games can be installed and played on the PC.
  •  It does not replace our operating system, rather is compatible with Windows 8, Windows 10 and Windows XP too and MAC also.
  • Using this Android Emulator we can play multiple games at a time.
  • It has also got the feature of chatting and playing simultaneously.
  • Download and installation of this app is free of cost.
  • It has got connections with the Google Play Store.

How to install Blue Stacks:

Step 1: download the program from the Blue Stacks website and once the download gets completed, run the file. The file size is large so it might take some time to get the installation finished.

Step 2: once the above process gets completed, we will be asked to log in using our Google account similar to the ones when we download on our mobile phones.

Step 3: enable the hardware acceleration features to make the app or the game run faster and smoother without any lags.

Step 4: after the launching of this app, select the games from the menu screen or from the list of recommended games. We can even download them from the Google Play Store.

You can play many games on your PC via bluestacks like clash of clans mod, tekken 3 etc.

  1.       Android SDK:
  • It is suitable for developers and not to be used on a daily basis as it is comparatively slower and difficult to configure.
  • To start using this emulator, download the Google Android SDK and once the downloading gets completed go to the SDK manager to change its default settings.
  • Select Tools and then Manage AVDs to create your own Android Virtual Device and click on Start to get started.

  1. Geny Motion:
  • It is just an alternative to Blue Stacks with better speed and features.
  • It helps us to download and install games using drag and drop.
  • Download and run Geny Motion on your PC and start playing games on it by downloading them from the Google Play Store.
  1. ARChon:
  • It is a traditional Android emulator which lets us download games using Google Play Store.
  • It is compatible with Windows, MAC and Linux as well.
  • Install this app on Google Chrome and then provide the apk files of the games you wish to download.

  1. You Wave:
  • It is an Android Emulator which is fast.
  • It supports Windows XP, 7, 8 and Linux.
  • Helps us to sync the app to our mobile phones.
  • We can download the games from Google Play Store.
  • The only disadvantage it has got is we can send text messages and is supported with multi-screen touch.
  1. Andy Android Emulator:
  • It supports Windows 7 and 8.
  • It supports multi touch function.
  • We can download the games from Google Play Store.
  • It requires graphics card of higher configuration and calls and texts cannot be sent.
  • It supports only Android 4.2

  1. NOX App Player:
  • It can be downloaded from the website and once done run the EXE File to complete the installation process.
  • It supports screen recording.
  • The games can be either downloaded from Google Play Store or drag and drop installation using the apk of the files.