Mobile Legends: Bang Bang is one of the most popular mobile MOBAs in the world. The game was developed by Moonton in 2016 and since then the game has been downloaded more than 500 million times from Google Play Store. Mobile Legends can be downloaded for free on Android and iOS devices so most players game on their smartphones. However, some players find it hard to deal with the small screen and clunky controls. If you’re one of those, you might want to download Mobile Legends on your PC using Gameloop (Tencent Gaming Buddy).
Gameloop (previously known as Tencent Gaming Buddy) is a gaming emulator developed by Tencent. Gameloop is the official emulator for PUBG Mobile, Call of Duty mobile. Players can also access Garena Free Fire, Cyber Hunter, and many other popular Android gaming titles. The emulator, according to their official website, requires only 2 GB of RAM to run, making it ideal for low-end systems. This Android emulator for PC has an option to adjust mouse dpi and sensitivity as well. Here’s how you can use Gameloop on PC.
How to Download Gameloop (Tencent Gaming Buddy) from the website
- Click here to download Gameloop (Tencent Gaming Buddy)
- Click on the ‘Game’ tab and search for Mobile Legends.
- After installation, run the emulator and Log in.
- On the main screen, you can search for Mobile Legends through the search bar.
- Click on the download button.
- Wait for the download to complete and install the game.
BlueStacks is another option to download Mobile Legends for PC instead of Gameloop (Tencent Gaming Buddy). It is available for Windows as well as Mac and featured good graphics because of its smooth functionality. It’s own App Store lets you access apps other than those on the Google Play Store. However, the higher minimum system requirement or this Android Emulator for PC may mean your system cannot support BlueStacks.
(Also Read: Where Does Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Come From?)
Apart from Gameloop (Tencent Gaming Buddy), there are other emulator options like MEmu, and NoxPlayer for downloading Mobile Legends on PC. However, many of these run into errors or crash upon launch. Some other android emulators can be potentially harmful to your computer installing malware, spyware and viruses. Many aren’t from verified publishers so make sure you have a good antivirus installed and active on your computer before you try to download any files. We also recommend staying away from the Softonic website. The website appears in the top search results on Google but Softonic is notorious for installing malware into your system.