How to Download and Play Fill - one-line puzzle game on PC, for free!

Until now the successful Fill - one-line puzzle game of MagicAnt.Inc is only available for smartphones and not yet for desktop computers. Play Fill - one-line puzzle game on your PC today by downloading one simple application. We will give instructions on how to install the app on every desktop device.

Play Fill - one-line puzzle game with Bluestacks on PC

Fill - one-line puzzle game

Fill - one-line puzzle game

Using a free Android emulator you can continue to play the app on the PC. The BlueStacks AppPlayer allows users to use all apps that are meant for mobile devices on your dekstop for free. Since 2011 over 90 million users have used the software. BlueStacks works on Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10 and Mac OS.


  1. Download BlueStacks for Windows for free and install the program.
  2. After installation, you can sign in with your Google Account and get access to the Google Play Store
  3. The Google Play Store needs to be searched for 'Fill - one-line puzzle game'. The Android app can now be easily downloaded and installed.
  4. Start the app after installation and play as on your smartphone.
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If you have problems with the BlueStacks App Player you can use alternatives like GenyMotion or AndY. AndY is also free and offers many great features, while GenyMotion charges you an annual amount.
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About Fill - one-line puzzle game

Sharpen your mind with a connect-the-block-style one-line brain training puzzle game.
A simple but addictive one-line puzzle game that’s completely free to play.

Your brain becomes more active the more you play.
During your commute, before you sleep… enjoy downtime with brain training.

The rules are extremely simple.
Just fill in all of the blocks using only one line.

Use hints for puzzles that are too hard to solve.
Hints are also free, of course.

4 levels of difficulty.
A whopping 2,000 puzzles.
Don’t get too cozy—the puzzles get harder as you go along.

One-line puzzles are mathematical problems with origins in the early 18th century. First posed in Königsberg, the original puzzle revolved around the town’s Pregel River.
Mathematical thinking is said to increase work efficiency and prevent aging.
Whether math is your bane or your forte, be sure to give this game a try.
You’re sure to get hooked on these puzzles!

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