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NoxPlayer Lets You Play Android Games On A Desktop Computer

Android Headlines 2018-05-16 15:07:34

If you’ve been looking for a program which would allow you to play Android games on your PC, well, NoxPlayer emulator may be just right for you. Once you install NoxPlayer, you will be able to play PUBG Mobile, Shadowgun Legends, or basically any other Android game on your computer. You will have access to Android games via the NoxPlayer client that you install on your PC, though you’ll need to access the Play Store, of course. This will not only allow you to play games on a much larger display, but it will also let you utilize a keyboard and a mouse in order to boost your gaming prowess, not to mention that you’ll save battery life as you won’t be using your smartphone for gaming.

Now, some of you are probably wondering if games will be able to take proper advantage of a keyboard and a mouse, as they’re not made to be played that way, well, NoxPlayer lets you bind commands to keyboard and mouse easily, so it shouldn’t be a problem, as you can remap everything. To make things even more interesting, you can even bind sequences of commands to a single button on a keyboard or a mouse, in case you need to perform combos in games, or something of the sort. The developer even claims that you can run several games at once using NoxPlayer. Now, some of you may still be skeptical, which is why the developer released a show-and-tell video which will show you how NoxPlayer runs PUBG on a desktop, and according to the dev, the game was played on a low-end PC, though its specifications were not released. The aforementioned video has a duration of almost 20 minutes, so if you’re interested in testing NoxPlayer, you may as well check out that video beforehand.

It is worth noting that this is not the first build of NoxPlayer, not even close, the latest build that has been released is 6.1.0.0, so the developer had plenty of time to refine that program and clean any bugs that may have been plaguing the experience in earlier builds. If you’re interested in trying out NoxPlayer, you’ll find a download link right below the article.

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