Loving this simple and popular punch game? In this quick tutorial we’ll show you have you can play One Punch for PC on your Windows or Mac computer.
One Punch Game Review
One Punch is a online fighting game that is crazy addictive! Play alone or play with your friends. Enjoy the retro arcade game look (all the PIXELS). Try it offline if your internet connection is weak or nonexistent.
Users enjoy the gameplay, especially the fact that you can play the game all the way through without spending any money at all. They also love that you can hunt down fun combo codes around the internet (facebook, etc) to improve your play.
And while the game does have ads and in-app purchases, the ads are minimally bothersome and don’t completely spoil the game like some do.
One star ratings in Play Store report that there is some lag, server connection issues, glitches and crashes. That being said, the develop seems very active in the comments and responds fast to complaints about lags or glitches with update fixes.
One Punch is highly rated so far, a 4.7 out of 5 stars on Google Play Store. The game is free to download and play, but has ads and in-app purchases. This game is rated for Everyone 10+ due to Fantasy Violence and Mild Blood.
How to Play One Punch for PC
Until One Punch is available for Windows/Mac or in browser play, the primary way players are enjoying One Punch for PC with the assistance of an android emulator.
An android emulator imitates the operating system and hardware of an android device on a desktop or laptop computer. There are lots of emulator options out there, but we like Bluestacks 4. Bluestacks was recently updated, it is free to download/use, and beginners can get started without much trouble.
To get started, the steps are pretty simple. All you need to do is install your chosen emulator on your desktop computer, and then use your emulator interface to get the game you want to play if you don’t already have the APK, and then play the game inside the emulator.
Quick tip: check the system requirements for the emulator you choose before you download it, as some emulators do not work that well with older computers.
That’s pretty much it. Any questions? Let us know.