RE: How to play Clash of Clans on your PC without Bluestacks

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Jan 7, 2017 7:02:34 AM via Website

Hi, I also found another great way to play this game on PC - ApowerMirror. Using it, you can play Android games with the mouse of the computer. It can control Android phone and display the phone screen in full size on PC. And the game process will be saved on your phone app. Maybe you can have a try.

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Feb 27, 2017 4:26:26 AM via Website

Anyone trying this? Nox App Player is better than BlueStacks?

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Jul 25, 2017 7:42:51 AM via Website

Bluestack is very good emulator but Andy emulator works better.
Can use it to play coc on pc.

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Nov 29, 2017 10:15:24 AM via Website

Yes, it works smoothly. I connect my phone to PC with USB cable, and it works great. Now both mobile app and desktop app update, and I can set the mirroring resolution. It is really great. I am still using it. Also it can record the game play.

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May 25, 2018 5:59:17 AM via Website

Puedes jugar juegos de Android con droid4x

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Jun 24, 2018 3:22:03 AM via Website

I've tried Nox App and it's not really as good as Bluestacks in my opinion. Btw, if you are playing CoC on pc, you should try using Clashfarmer bot. Do you know the latest TH12 update last week? here's some information about the new features. clashfarmer.com/blog/clash-of-clans-update/clash-of-clans-town-hall-12-update-june-2018/
Clashfarmer bot is compatible with Clash of Clans Town hall 12 update - June 2018.

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Aug 8, 2018 4:46:42 AM via Website

what do you do when clash of clans needs to update? Is It possible without Bluestacks?

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Aug 19, 2018 8:34:53 PM via Website

1.MEmu
MEmu is a high-performance Android emulator for Windows that is based on Android Lollipop. Unfortunately, it comes preinstalled with Android Jellybean 4.2 and upgrading to Lollipop requires downloading additional packages. It is compatible with Intel, Nvidia powered Windows PCs and unlike Remix OS Player, it is also compatible with AMD chipsets.

2.AMIDuOS
AMIDuOS, also called DuOS, is yet another Android emulator developed by American Megatrends, a Georgia-based company. Before installing DuOS, make sure that the “Virtualisation Technology” is enabled in BIOS and you have Microsoft Net framework 4.0 or above.

  1. LeapDroid

LeapDroid is a powerful Android emulator that was acquired by Google last year and eventually shut-down (you can still download it from other sources). But make no mistake, despite the discontinuation, LeapDroid still manages to be one of the most robust Android emulators around.

There are many more to use.

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Aug 20, 2018 3:25:11 AM via Website

Yes, I used both before. Nox is definitely more fluent on my computer than Bluestacks, maybe Bluestacks requires a more higher settings for PC, I just cannot manage other things on my PC while the bluestacks is running.

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Aug 20, 2018 3:30:57 AM via Website

I was first use it for mirroring my phone to PC, and then I found that it can be used to play game, i saw this guide of playing Android game on PC, thought i could share it to you guys, it also mentioned teamviewer, which is also a great tool, so many options(thinking)

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Sep 4, 2018 6:59:57 PM via Website

I have tried this and it really works. thank you so much for sharing this.

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