Whack APK

Version: Varies with device for Android, Windows PC, Mac.

Updated on: 2023-12-21

Author: Whack

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App details

Version: Varies with device
App size: 1 MB
Category: Arcade

Latest updates:

Update on help video.... read more

App Description:

There are no adverts, or in-app purchasing; just a one-time payment.

Use a slingshot (UK... read more


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Installation instructions

Whack works on any Android devices (requires Android 2.3 or later). You can also install and run this application on your PC or Mac by using an Android emulator app. Here's how to do it:

Install Whack on Android devices

Select one of the two options below, depending on the type of file you downloaded from this page.

Install APK file

Find and select the APK file. Tap 'Install' when the APK installer menu shows up. Afterwards, complete the installation by following any additional instructions that appear on-screen.

Install XAPK file

To install a .XAPK file, first download and install the Split APKs Installer (SAI) application. Then, open the SAI app and choose the "Install APKs/XAPK" option. Locate the .XAPK file you wish to install and click 'Install.'

Install Whack on Windows 10/11 and Mac

This app can be operated on a computer with an Android emulator. While there are various emulators available, this tutorial uses BlueStacks, which is compatible with both Mac and Windows systems.

Installing BlueStacks is straightforward. Simply download the installer from the BlueStacks website and run it. Be aware that the installer is large and setting up the engine might take some time.

If you don't have other programs associated with APK/XAPK file types, BlueStacks will open these files by default. To install an app, either double-click the APK/XAPK file or drag-and-drop it onto the BlueStacks home screen. Then, confirm the installation. Once installed, the app will appear on the BlueStacks home screen.

That's all! You've now successfully installed Whack on your PC Windows and Mac using BlueStacks.

If you have any questions, please post them in the discussion section below.


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Older versions

Varies with device (1)2023-12-21
There are no adverts, or in-app purchasing; just a one-time payment.

Use a slingshot (UK - catapult) to aim ammo at the enemies to stop them from escaping from prison. The catapult can be moved and rotated in all directions, in order to accurately aim at the enemies' bodies.

There are three difficulty levels: easy; medium, and hard.

The enemies will try and defend themselves, using their prison trays. If your ammo hits one of the trays, the enemy will spawn, and a new enemy will be created. If too many enemies are created, you will lose. The game is also lost if an enemy crosses the finish line.

Enemies will be killed if you hit them with the ammo, or else if they step onto ammo lying on the floor. If you kill all the enemies you win.

There is a help page containing videos, which outline how to play the game. It is highly recommended to look at them, especially the helpvideo 'Aiming'. The help videos can also be seen on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLqnfKA8IM3TzJLLbv5j2hylLcnwBlSOqd

Older devices with an API level less than 30 will download a Legacy version. The gameplay is the same; however, the graphics (especially special effects) are inferior to those on newer devices. API level 30 came out in Android version 11 (2020).
This is because older devices do not have the necessary GPU power, leading to jerky/slow gameplay. Both versions cost the same, since Google Play do not allow different prices for different versions.
What constitutes slow gameplay is subjective, and will also depend on the hardware of the particular device. It is also the case that some Android 10 versions may be updated to API 30. If you think the version downloaded is incorrect, please contact us to obtain a different version.
Update on help video.