Is your phone having trouble with A3: Still Alive? We have the solution because yes, this new MMORPG is quite greedy! We will see how to play A3: Still Alive on PC or Mac by installing an Android emulator on your computer.
The emulator we will use in this tutorial is BlueStacks because it is the most secure and the most powerful currently. Moreover, it is compatible with Windows and MacOS. We have been playing with this emulator since the release of the game and we are not disappointed! 👌 Download A3: Still Alive on PC
Installing an Android emulator to play A3: Still Alive on PC
To simulate your phone on your computer, you need to install an Android emulator. To do so, go to this download page and click on "Download A3: Still Alive on PC".
Once you have downloaded the emulator, just install it like any other software. After a few minutes of installation and once the Android engine has improved its performance for your PC, BlueStacks will finally be installed!
The first time you log in, you'll be prompted to sign in to your Google Account just like when you set up a new Android phone. I advise you to add the one with which you have your mobile game backups.
Install and play A3: Still Alive on PC
Once the emulator is installed, simply download the game A3: Still Alive to play it on your computer. In the emulator, open the Play Store and search for the game name and click "Install".
Now you can play A3: Still Alive on your PC! As the game is quite greedy, we advise you to read our guide on how tooptimize BlueStacks.
Recover your mobile progress on PC
If you've already started playing on your smartphone, don't worry! You can retrieve your progress and resume your game on your PC.
It's quite simple if you've linked your A3 account to your Google Account because when you log in to A3: Still Alive for the first time on your PC, it will automatically retrieve your game (if you have set the same Google Account during installation).
Of course, you must have linked your A3: Still Alive account to your Google Account on your phone before you log in to your computer and to do this you need to go to Settings, then Account and finally link your account to Google.
Your account is now linked so you can log in from your PC.
I hope you found this guide useful and that you can now play A3: Still Alive on PC with better performance and graphics! Now that you're in good shape to play, feel free to have a look at the list of free A3 coupons! 😉
FAQ : A3: Still Alive installation on PC
Installing an Android emulator for A3: Still Alive : is it legal ?
Installing an Android emulator for PC is 100% allowed. Its role: simulate the environment of your Android phone to give you access, via a computer, to all your mobile applications and games. Under no circumstances is this cheating. As indicated in our installation guide, we use the BlueStacks emulator every day for our tests. It's free and secure!
What are the minimum system requirements for playing A3: Still Alive on PC?
To play A3: Still Alive on a PC with the Bluestacks 4 emulator, the minimum system requirements are as follows:
- operating system: Microsoft Windows 7 (or higher) or MacOs ;
- processor: Intel and AMD ;
- RAM: at least 4 GB ;
- HDD: 5 GB of free disk space ;
- up-to-date graphics drivers from Microsoft or the chipset supplier.
Here is the recommended configuration to optimize your gaming experience on A3: Still Alive :
- operating system : Windows 10 or MacOs Sierra ;
- CPU: Intel Core i5 with virtualization extension enabled in the BIOS ;
- graphics card: Intel/Nvidia/ATI ;
- RAM: 6 GB or more ;
- HDD: SSD (or fusion) ;
- Up-to-date graphics drivers from Microsoft or the chipset supplier.
Can I transfer my A3: Still Alive account from iOS to Android?
Getting your A3: Still Alive account back from your iPhone to a new Android phone (or via PC emulator) is very easy. Just sync your account via Facebook. Remember to do it first on iOS, then on Android.
What are the differences between the PC and mobile versions of the game?
A3: Still Alive mobile or PC version is actually exactly the same game. So there's no difference in terms of gameplay. If you play A3 on a PC, it's because you're using an Android emulator (as explained in this tutorial). The differences between the 2 "versions" are mainly in terms of graphics and gameplay.
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