Climbing Pirates for PC: Windows and Mac


Climbing Pirates is a brand new game in the Play Store. The game is meant to kill your time. If you haven’t played a fun game in the recent while, you need to check out the Climbing Pirates. Just as the name suggests, you get the Pirates in this game whom you have to help climb all the way up to the top.

Climbing Pirates Overview

In the game, the players are given a Pirate who is holding on to an object which looks like a trunk of a tree. The hurdles will be coming on the way on the left and right side. When the hurdle is on the left side, you have to keep the pirate to the right side and when the hurdle is on the right side, you have to move the pirate to the left side. As time passes on, the speed of your pirate will increase. The game will get so fast that you will not be able to keep a track of the pirate. This is where the real test starts and this is where you will put a handsome score on the leaderboards. The higher you go, the more you score.

The only mission in this game is to climb as high as possible. The game comes with average graphics. This game is solely meant to kill your boredom so do not expect some next level fun here. The game is light and can be installed within a few seconds only.

Now that this game is available for Android, it means you can run this game on a computer as well. I am going to show you the steps to install this game on a computer running Windows and Mac ecosystems. Follow the easy method given below.

Climbing Pirates for PC

To install Climbing Pirates for PC, you need BlueStacks 4 on Windows and the old BlueStacks on Mac. Once you have got the emulator, you need to install it and set up the Google Play Store in it.

After setting up the Google Play Store, simply open the Play Store and search for “Climbing Pirates”. As you find the game, install it. It will appear under the “All Apps” section in the BlueStacks. You can now launch the game and use the keyboard of your computer to play it.

That’s all folks. This is how simple it was to run this game on a computer. If you have got any additional questions, feel free to reach out to me through the comments section below.

Usama M, a software engineer by profession, is the founder and editor-in-chief at Techbeasts. At Techbeasts, he uses his expertise to craft solutions to solve everyday consumer tech problems. His main areas of interest are Android, iOS, and Windows. You can find him on YouTube at "Tech with Usama".

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