Lucky Patcher is an app management and modification tool developed for Android. Hence it is not possible to use it for video games running on Windows. However, there are a few alternative routes that are worth mentioning.
First of all, you should be aware that the Lucky Patcher only works on Android. This tool cannot be found on other current operating systems such as iOS, Windows or macOS. However, there is a partial solution that may make some users happy: running Android apps on Windows. This is possible by installing an emulator. In this way you bring to life a virtual machine that simulates the Android environment and on which you can install games and apps developed for Google’s operating system, such as B. Lucky Patcher. Of course, this isn’t a definitive or perfect solution, because Lucky Patcher would run in this closed environment and wouldn’t be able to interact with our PC’s software, only with the emulator’s games. This fact makes it impossible to modify games developed for Windows. If you still want to play video games developed for Android on your PC, you can use BlueStacks, a full virtual machine that’s often used for this purpose, and Lucky Patcher if you intend to.
On the other hand, there is modding software designed specifically for Windows and its collection of games. A good example is the Cheat Engine, which allows you to apply cheats to popular and well-known titles like FIFA. Thanks to this application you can change the difficulty of your games in the games on Windows.
Although Lucky Patcher doesn’t work on Windows, you can on your Android device use for many things. Besides modifying video games, it’s capable of extracting your applications’ APKs, modifying their permissions, or even removing junk applications that come pre-installed on your device. Keep in mind that many of these features require root access.