Everybody wants to play with lasers, but unfortunately, real-life lasers are expensive and not too easy to come by. That's why Laser Shards is one of the greatest puzzle games to come along in a while. Just like scientists, you get to play with lasers in a physics-based environment. By using multiple tools, you must direct a laser to hit certain chargers. As you play through the levels, the challenges will become more difficult.
While this premise may sound basic and simple, it is far from simple. In each level, you will have to work within certain restrictions based on the tools you are presented. Use these tools to direct the laser beam through a room with multiple obstacles and walls. To make things more challenging, some levels will have multiple chargers that you must locate and hit with your laser.
Just when you thought you had seen it all, something comes along that is even cooler than laser beams. The free BlueStacks 2 player is the only application you will need to play any Android game or app right on your computer. Take your laser beam challenges to a whole new level when you change the game and play Laser Shards on Mac or PC. Stop straining your eyes to see a tiny screen. Unlock the BlueStacks Advantage to play on a large computer screen and clearly see all of the action. Controlling that action just got a lot easier, too. BlueStacks allows you to use your mouse and keyboard controls so you can stop fumbling around with terrible touch screen controls.
With the latest version of the free BlueStacks 2 Android emulator, players now have the most convenient access to the world of Twitch broadcasting of any emulator. At one time, if a player wanted to stream Laser Shards to the internet, they would need extra cables and equipment. Thanks to modern technology, that is a thing of the past. BlueStacks 2 now has one-button access to Twitch broadcasting. Finally, a way for anyone to become a gaming star is here. Twitch users can watch and share videos, chat with other players and broadcasters live, and even begin growing their own fanbase.