Fit and Squeeze

Play Fit and Squeeze on PC

Published by Zynga Inc.

  • Last Updated: 2020-11-24
  • Current version: 6.3
  • File size: 298.16 MB
  • Works with: Windows 10/8/7 and Mac Computers
Gamer Score: 4.21662/5
From 337 Votes

Fit and Squeeze Game for PC Screenshots

How To download, install and play Fit and Squeeze on Pc

To install and play the Fit and Squeeze on your PC or Mac, we have painstakingly written these instructions to get the game running on your computer. Now follow the 4 simple steps below:

1: Download an Android emulator

The best emulators on the market are - a. Nox App and b. Bluestacks . You can download any of these. Note: You will need at least 1GB of free space on your computer.

2: Install the emulator on your computer

  • Go to the Downloads folder on your computer to locate the emulator application.

  • Install the app.

  • Accept the license agreement.

  • Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application properly.

  • If you do the above correctly, the Emulator app will be successfully installed.

3: Installing Fit and Squeeze Game on your PC

  • Open your Emulator app. In the search bar, type Fit and Squeeze and search.

  • You will see the Fit and Squeeze game icon. Click it.

  • A window will open with your app in it and an Install button on the right.

  • Now, click the Install button and your Game will start downloading.

  • You will see an icon called "All Apps".

  • Click it and to go to a page containing all your installed Games.

  • You will see the installed Fit and Squeeze app. Start playing the Game.

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App Information

Just tap the buttons and try to fit all the balls in the jar!

Top Game Reviews

  • Not Fun way way way too easy
    By Nershlob

    The game is not a challenge at all and lot of duplicate levels

  • Ok-ish
    By A100921

    Aside from the ads after every level, if you downloaded this, you should already know what you’re getting into. But yes, the ads killed what would’ve been an okay experience