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The REAL OctoPie is on Your Computer

From the world of Nickelodeon's show Game Shakers comes one of the zaniest pizza slingshot games ever created. Join the lovable octopus pizza delivery guy as he attempts to deliver pies to the residents of the big city. Unfortunately, all of his orders are on the higher floors of the buildings and he doesn't have time to walk all the way up the stairs.

What's a pizza delivery octopus to do?

Slingshot the pies to his crazy customers. See how accurately you and shoot pizzas to customers like sumo wrestlers and bears, but watch out for the jetpack wiener dog or lobster on a high wire. Use special power-ups to give your pizza delivery a little extra oomph and score big tips to unlock new upgrades. As you deliver pies, you will advance through the city until you reach the richest and tallest buildings. Unlock locations, costumes, truck themes, and so much more when you play OctoPie on PC or Mac.

Play OctoPie on PC. It’s easy to get started.

  • Download and install BlueStacks on your PC

  • Complete Google sign-in to access the Play Store, or do it later

  • Look for OctoPie in the search bar at the top right corner

  • Click to install OctoPie from the search results

  • Complete Google sign-in (if you skipped step 2) to install OctoPie

  • Click the OctoPie icon on the home screen to start playing

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If you really want to get a tentacle or two up on the competition, you are going to need to work hard and practice those shots. It wouldn't help if you unlocked more precise controls and a ton of other great benefits, too. Download the free BlueStacks player to play OctoPie on PC and Mac anytime you want. Using your mouse and keyboard, you can easily time and aim your shots without worrying about using clumsy touch screen interfaces. More than that, BlueStacks gives you a lot of extra features that will take your mobile gaming to the next level. For more information, watch this brief video.