Games are now a days passion for people as it has spread it roots to the people of all age and genders. Gaming is multi billion Dollar industry as it is a wide term which can not be defined in just few lines. It was like a gaming heaven for people who love to play their desktop games on mobile devices thanks to he creation of devices like the Nvidia Shield tablet and streaming apps like Remotr.
What if are thinking how it could be possible for people to play their Android Games on Windows. If you are like me and you had that question in your mind then you are in correct place. Today we are going to discuss some points which may make it possible to play our Android Games on Windows.
Now it is possible to play your Android Games on Windows with the help of an emulator which is a free Android emulator that makes it easy to run Android games in Windows. You just need to install this emulator and that’s it here you go and enjoy your Android Games on Windows.
Next questions you might be thinking is how to use this emulator. All you really need to do right now is to install the Nox App Player after that just navigate the virtual Android environment the same way you would on your phone or tablet but using your mouse for “taps” and “swipes” instead of your finger.
But some games require keyboard functions which help you play the game more effectively Nox emulator lets you use keyboard keys. To use this “simulated touch,” press Ctrl-1, click or swipe with the mouse, then press whatever keyboard key you want assigned to that action. Keep clicking/swiping and assigning until you’re done, then click Save.
Nox emulator is just not an emulator it can be used for more than just playing games, it is a very nice Android emulator which only supports Android 4.2.2. But nothing to worry there are some other emulators including Andy and Amiduos ,the latter capable of running Android Lollipop. But in terms of simplicity and game-friendliness, it’s tough to beat Nox App Player.