It was a case of third time lucky. I tried BlueStacks which was so near but so far away. It loaded, I signed in and then it hung forever! The interface was clean and clear but it just wouldn’t let me log into the apps. Droid4x didn’t load and I think that was because Windows 10 did not like it at all. Epic fail on that one. I then had Andy to try .It loaded, signed me into the Google Play store and then thought for a bit. Emulators sometimes need time to think and make the connections with the foreign environment they are running in. I searched for and downloaded Hay Day. I then had to sit through the beginning screens of the game and wait until it loaded and I could go to the settings. I logged into my Facebook account and was already logged into Google Play. I needed this to connect to the Hay Day I had been playing on my iPad and then Google Play connection is needed to save the game. It plays perfectly on my desktop. At the end there is a screen which says nothing will be saved. Not true. Facebook login and Google Play login mean your game play is saved. I have a computer with 8GB of ram and that certainly helps with emulators. Andy has a really modern and clean interface. I look forward to checking out what else I can do with it. Right now I am thrilled to play my favourite game du jour on my desktop!