Smartphones have changed the way we looked at gaming, and we could never have imagined that we could experience high-end graphics or VR ready games on our Android smartphones. However, nowadays, much of the games available on the Play Store requires an active Internet connection. So, you would be needing offline Android games, which you could play anytime you want, without limitations.
There’s a lot of offline Android games that you could enjoy playing. However, users prefer to install such games which offer valuable in-app purchases, challenging gameplay, and creative objectives. Here’s the list of best offline Android games, considering the factors normally a user would look for while installing a game on an Android device.
It’s the sequel to one of the most popular offline Android games, i.e – Shadow Fight 1. It was also one of most addictive Android games we’ve ever had. The game presents a mixture of RPG action, and classical fighting. It includes a lot of traditional (but lethal) weapons that you can use. In addition, there are some modern modifications to the weapons as well.
The armors, weapons and magical powers available to unlock are attractive and would keep you willing to fight for them. The opponents are way more powerful and appealing that the previous characters. There’s a slim difference (negligible) between the real physical reflexes and the in-game character reflexes. So, it’s a game where you can experience life-like martial arts techniques.
It’s one of a kind game. The graphics may seem to you as something weird. But the game’s concept revolves around the pixel block designs of the character and the texture as well. It’s highly addictive and you would enjoy a lot while playing it.
A quite high price to pay for a game. However, on black Friday deals, you would probably get it at $0.99. So, if you can wait, you can save a lot of bucks.
Have you ever used the old, Sony Ericsson mobile devices? If yes, you would definitely be knowing about the awesome snowboarding games that came pre-installed along with the device. However, that’s gone. Alto’s adventure isn’t anything similar but offers you to play along as an adventurous snowboarder.
It’s one of the most popular endless offline Android games. You can enjoy snowboarding with intense obstacles, ancient woodlands and a lot more content in it. It’s a pretty simple game but just doesn’t let you clear the levels quickly.
It’s an award-winning game title on the Play Store. It’s impressive and a lot more creative as well. It’s probably the best side-scrolling adventure game we’ve seen so far. The graphics quality is good enough for high-end devices. The physics-based gameplay is innovative indeed.
Multiplayer support? Yes! It offers a support for up to 4 players to play on a single device and also you can connect up to 4 players in Single Player campaign mode. It depends on you whether you feel the multiplayer support is convenient or not.
It’s a paid game available for 323 INR. It’s one of the best horror Android games that you would have come across. You will play the game as a boy desperately searching for his young sister. The boy enters LIMBO, where he tries to track down his sister. But instead, he finds something else which he should be more cautious about. You’ll get know about that when you start playing it. However, it’s a treat to play this game.
It’s yet another one of the most popular offline Android games (paid). It nearly costs the same as you would pay for “LIMBO”. Both the games aren’t directly comparable. However, you would find this a great game as well.
It is a puzzle game which would blow your mind with the creativity put on it and the effort you need to put in order to play through the game.You can guess the quality of the gameplay by the positive ratings on the Play Store (with a 4.9 rating overall!). A must-play puzzle game.
I’m already in love with this game. So, I’ll recommend this one definitely. But apart from my personal opinion, this game deserves the listing here. It’s the ever popular game which most of the kids and adults have played on an Android smartphone.
All you have to do is keep driving. You would always get limited fuel. And, there would be checkpoints where you can refuel the vehicle. It has been intelligently made to make it look easy but completing the levels after a while becomes a nightmare unless you choose the right vehicle. Yes, you do have to utilize your mind playing the game. You’d have to predict which vehicle would be suitable for the track you’re on. For instance- if you have a slippery track to drive on, you should consider the Monster truck for better grip and if you have higher hills to cross, the motorcycle seems to be perfect. It offers a whole lot of interesting vehicles.
War starts! Crazy animals are trying to attack you and you will have to defend the swamp cottage you live in. It offers more than 300 interesting single-player levels and eight episodes to be exact. I’m sure you would find the mighty shotgun to be the best.
You’re a stickman! It’s similar to Hill climb racing. But, it’s easier and fun to play. You are driving your way through creative obstacles being a stick man (yeah, that’s the best part!). The developer team has put their creative brains to introduce such awesome gameplay. It’s damn impressive. Although, you always complain people being skinny, but you’ll love being the stickman in this game.
The sequel to Vector 1 has got more positive reviews. Vector 1 was one of the only popular offline Android games to represent parkour to its fullest potential. Let’s face it – the people who have mastered performing parkour for real – are not monkeys jumping around. But one of the best athletes who have mastered the control over their body. Vector 1 offers interesting gameplay, with the lead character on the run for his life. You’ll have to keep running and avoid obstacles to prevent getting caught. It was never easy .
Now, Vector 2 presents the same with a new modern concept. This time, you get high-tech gears and a difficult track to run on. It’s definitely a worthy sequel to the previous adding sci-fi approach to the game. Although, if you’re one of the users who would want a good storyline, then it won’t offer you that. Vector 1 offers a more compelling story to play with than Vector 2 does.
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