Rogue Adventure is a recently released deckbuilder card game we are loving! In this quick tutorial, we’ll show you how you can more comfortably play this game on your desktop or laptop computer.
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Rogue Adventure Review
Rogue Adventure is the game I’ve chosen to review today because it has so many features that we like. First, and I know not everyone is a fan, but I like the old style pixel graphics. Sorry, I’m a child of the 80’s. It just makes me feel good to see those kinds of graphics. Next we like it because it is a deckbuilder card game with RPG elements.
There are different worlds to discovery, lots of enemies and dangers to work through, and the game doesn’t get boring because the play is different every time. There are more than 100 cards, tons of skills, and 100s of enemies to keep you entertained for hours.
Rogue Adventure is currently rated 4.4 out of 5 stars in Google Play. The game is free to install, and has ads and in-app purchases. The content is rated Everyone 10+ due to fantasy violence and mild blood. The developers seems active in the reviews and comments about the game, and have released updates to fix reported bugs and problems.
How to play Rogue Adventure on PC
Rogue Adventure is not available on PC to our knowledge at this time, and is unlikely to be available in the near future. As such, most people who want to take advantage of this game on their desktop computers are doing so with the assistance of an android emulator.
An emulator imitates the software of the desired game you want to play on your device. There are iOS emulators, N64 emulators, iOS emulators. You just need to make sure that the type of emulator you are using matches up with the operating system required by the app/game you want to play.
For android emulators, there are a lot of free options you can easily download from the internet. We like Bluestacks emulator (we recommend Bluestacks 4, the latest and most recently released version).
To get started, all you need to do is download and install the emulator on your desktop computer. Then launch the emulator, and inside the emulator, navigate to where the apk is stored, or download it from Google Play Store. Then play as usual.
Any questions? Let us know in the comments section below.