Download Song of Pan for PC on Windows and Mac

Song of Pan is one of its-own-king puzzle game making itself popular right now. Players are playing the role of Pan in this game. Pan is a young guy who is responsible for recovering Zeus’ flock of sheep. A flute is all Pan has got. He has to use this flute to recover the lost flock of sheep. On the journey, players have to collect music notes which will activate Pan’s flute. There are many complex puzzles watching your way. Upon solving these puzzles, you will discover the music notes and keep improving your flute. Once you discover the sheep, your responsibility is to take them back safely. Do not indulge in anything that brings harm to the sheep and your player in the game. There are many hurdles and challenges waiting for your out there. This amazing blend of music, puzzle and RPG is available for free in the Google Play. Players can play it on their computers as well. 

Song of Pan for PC can be played on a Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 and MacOS/OS X computers. You can play Song of Pan for PC via BlueStacks, BlueStacks 2, Andy OS or Remix OS Player. Have a look on the easy steps listed below to start playing Song of Pan for PC.

Download Song of Pan for PC on 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 “Song of Pan” using the Play Store.
  4. Install the game and open the app drawer or all apps in the emulator.
  5. Click the Song of Pan icon to open it, follow the on-screen instructions to play it

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

 

 

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