How to play Android games on your PC with BlueStacks – Android Central

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After a game has finished downloading, there is a shortcut that appears on your PC's desktop. This provides quick and easy access, or you can just launch those games from the Home page in BlueStacks.

Compared to BlueStacks 4, you won't find another layout for finding potential games to download. Instead, you'll just need to open the Play Store from the BlueStacks 5 home screen. There are a few suggestions at the bottom of the home screen under the "Popular Games To Play" area. Clicking on one of those takes you straight to the Play Store listing so you can download it.

Double click the game that you just installed.

After a game has finished downloading, there is a shortcut that appears on your PC's desktop. This provides quick and easy access, or you can just launch those games from the Home page in BlueStacks.

Depending on what game you have installed, the window will automatically adjust to fit the aspect ratio used by the game. For example, if you're playing one of the best Android puzzle games, then you might see your window resized vertically. If you're trying to play one of the best platformer games, the window will likely resize horizontally to fit all of the elements.

Playing games with a keyboard and mouse is preferred by quite a few, but some games just feel better when using one of the best mobile gaming controllers. With the release of BlueStacks 5, your mileage may vary for the time being. In our testing, we used an Xbox Core Controller with BlueStacks 5, and everything seemed to work perfectly fine.

However, unlike BlueStacks 4, the fine-tuned controls and details for controller support don't appear to be there just yet. Considering that BlueStacks 5 just left its beta program, it will just be a matter of time before we see proper controller configuration support.

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