Download Arrow.io for PC (Windows and Mac)

Arrow.io comes from Cheetah Games. This action game is making gaming geeks go crazy. The virtual control on the screen is all you have to defend yourself and attack on your enemies. The game is basically revolving around a ninja who has a bow and arrow. There are enemy ninjas coming in attacking from all the directions. Control your ninja carefully and shoot down other ninjas before they attack you. As you continue playing the game, the number of enemies keeps increasing and also increases the level of difficulty. You can choose what kind of skill do you want your ninja to have. Furthermore, you can go online and battle against other players. The game makes sure that you do not get bored and your time is well spent on your smartphone. Arrow.io has got amazing graphics as well. It’s available for free and can be easily grabbed from the Play Store for Android. Arrow.io is playable on a computer as well.

To play Arrow.io for PC, you just need an Android emulator like the BlueStacks 2 and Remix OS Player. You can play Arrow.io for PC on a desktop PC/laptop running Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 and MacOS/OS X. Have a look on the steps now to play Arrow.io for PC.

Download Arrow.io for PC (Windows and Mac)

  1. Download and install BlueStacks or Remix OS Player: Bluestacks Offline Installer | Rooted Bluestacks |Bluestacks App Player | Remix OS Player for PC
  2. Open the installed BlueStacks or Remix OS Player and open the Google Play Store in it.
  3. Now search for “Arrow.io” using the Play Store.
  4. Install the game and open the app drawer or all apps in the emulator.
  5. Click the Arrow.io icon to open it, follow the on-screen instructions to play it

You can also use Andy OS  to install Arrow.io for PC, here’s the tutorial: How To Run Android Apps On Mac OS X With Andy.

 

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