I know that many of you want to play Sniper 3D on your PC, for different reasons. Now the thing is, that many do it the wrong way and have the wrong tools for it so the performance is not a very enjoyable gaming experience – that’s the reason why I decided to write this tutorial. I will show you how you have to get Sniper 3D for your PC (and Mac), which tool is working best (it’s NOT Bluestacks!) plus how you can set it up to play it very effectively.
If you already playing it on PC, make sure to check out the last chapter of this guide to learn how to do it more powerful! If you use Bluestacks, do not use it anymore and read the section where I teach you why.
How To Download Sniper 3D For Windows PC & Mac
- many don’t have access to new smartphones with large displays or own a tablet – Sniper 3D is not a lot of fun on small screens!
- You do not own an Android or iOS smartphone, like Windows Phone, Blackberry…
- Manage more than 1 accounts easily
- Some use it at work in the office, where they don’t have WiFi/Internet connection on their mobile devices or not allowed to use their mobile devices during working hours
- Play without getting interrupted by messages & phone calls
- Stable recording (Youtubers)
- lagging gameplay & high performance needed
- difficult setup
Getting Banned For Playing Sniper 3D on PC/Mac?
A very important question first, the reason why many don’t try it – are you risking a ban for using Sniper 3D on a PC or Mac?
The answer is NO!
I know there are several people out there talking about that this can get you banned, but that’s not true. Sniper 3D is just not supported in case of any technical problems happens, in case you don’t play on iOS or Android.
The thing is, if you do it right (like I show you below in this guide), you will not have any problems.
Attention! Do NOT intall any hacks/mods, this will get you banned! But that will also get you banned when playing on Android or iOS devices…
Step By Step Guide To Play Sniper 3D on PC & Mac
The tutorial to do it is not that complicated – you will get an emulator on your Windows PC (or Mac) that will emulate an Android device. No fear of getting banned and full game support.
Before we start, I’d like to give you some tips to the emulator tools, because in my opinion it’s important for you to know that.
Why Not Bluestacks? Andyroid Is Much Better!
To give you the full story, Bluestacks was initially created to be a tool for app developers to test out their apps without loading it to their mobile devices – that was back in the 2010ish years.
In the beginning of mobile games, many didn’t have a smartphone to play with, so they just were using Bluestacks (even if Bluestacks was not intended to be a gaming simulator) simply because it was the only thing that worked.
Today, Andyroid did make an emulator which is designed from the scratch for people who want to play mobile games on their PC & Mac.
- Easier setup (promised!)
- Much smoother (Bluestacks crashes often, Andyroid did not one time for me so far)
- Fewer hardware requirements! Bluestacks is really turning my PC hot as it uses full hardware sources – Andyroid can’t get limited to only use what it needs (I’ll show you later)
Step 1: Get Andyroid on your PC/Mac
Ok first of all, you will need to download Andyroid and install it.
Please wait until the installer finished successfully.
Then start Andyroid from your PC or Mac.
Step 2: Login Your Account (or start a new one)
- If you want to use your exciting Sniper 3D Account, you will need to log in with your existing Google Play Account
- If you want to start a new Sniper 3D Account (or secondary account), you will need to create a new one
Step 3: Get Sniper 3D Installed
Now open up the Google Play Store.
Sometimes, you’ll see Sniper 3D right at the start – if not, simply search for “Sniper 3D “ at the top.
Choose “install” and wait until Andyroid has been installing Sniper 3D.
You can now play, but I recommend you to also check the settings from step 4.
Step 4: Configuration
Adapt Hardware Resources
Andyroid will not need more than 1024 MB of memory and 2 CPUs (if you’re using a desktop PC, you can also choose 1 CPU as they are stronger than notebook CPUs). You can set it up in the “Virtual Box” settings – Andyroid will set this at the start automatically, but it doesn’t hurt to double check it.
Setup Keyboard Support
Playing with keyboard hotkeys will make your life a lot easier because it will allow you to do things without clicking around all the time.
This should also be set and you can see it when you start Sniper 3D in Andyroid.
You’re now set to play the game, so have fun 🙂