Best 10 Offline Games for Android

    There are situations where you cannot access the Internet and are completely offline. One of the common situations is in the flight where you have the device in Flight mode. But, for entertainment, you either have music, movies, or games. If you are fond of playing games, you can always have some interesting games installed that work offline and don’t need the Internet connectivity to work without an issue.

    Here, we suggest you the 10 best offline games to download on your Android phone. Some of them are high-end ones and some are rather small but are still great enough to be on the list.

    1. Asphalt 8 – Airborne

    A large game, over 1.3GB in size and so you know how good would the graphics would be on it. One of the best racing games ever, the Asphalt 8 Airborne has multiple levels and you can play for hours before it would rarely need the Internet to download newer levels on board.

    2. Asphalt nitro

    This is a racing game alternatives that is exactly the opposite to the Asphalt 8. Not heavy on graphics and not at all heavy with the size, the Asphalt Nitro is a completely offline game with several levels yet never needing the Internet connectivity.

    3. Temple Run 2

    No wonder the game got over a hundred million downloads, it is an addictive game where you don’t do much but just run, tilt the phone, swipe on the screen and make the runner escape from the monster behind. It is the simplicity that makes it so addictive.

    4. Subway Surfers

    A game similar to the Temple Run 2, it is a bit more interactive and you get to do a lot more than just run ahead. Another addictive game that doesn’t require connectivity, it is much more famous than the Temple Run ones, and even though there are some in-app purchases available, you aren’t ever stopped from playing if you don’t buy anything.

    5. Jetpack Joyride

    A very cool game that tests your concentration and skills when you are out to dodge missiles, storm into things, and equip packs while running and brazing through the labs. This game contains optional in-app purchases. You can disable this feature in the settings menu of your device. There are several one-touch controls here and that would test how good you are.

    6. Plants vs Zombies 2

    This game tests your skills on how well you are planning to fight the zombies and here, the timing is very important. This is more of a strategy game than a fun one and the game can work perfectly offline, only after you download a large additional file while installing it. The graphics are great and you will see hard levels that make it very interesting.

    7. Banana Kong

    A game similar to the Jetpack Joyride, you see a horizontal view and there’s a gorilla that has only one job to do – collect bananas. Easy it may seem but the developers have packed enough for you to glide in the air, make a push and break through the rocks and you are given missions to complete as well. It might suit game lovers of any age.

    8. Traffic Rider

    There is no limit to the number of racing games that are available for smartphone users. But some of them are just simple and good, enough for you to spend time enjoying them. No strategy, no roleplay, just accelerate and pass through the traffic in the Traffic Rider game where you can go ahead and get new bikes but the ultimate role is the same – accelerate and keep going.

    9. Badland

    An adventurous dark game where a character that you control moves forward through the forests and fly, jump, changes its size and is ready to take it all to cross the different obstacles. One of the best things about the game is that you can also get a multiplayer mode without having to connect with any other device and four players can together race through on the same phone.

    10. Lonewolf

    This game is more suggested for the 17+ users because it is all about shooting. Not really a strategy game because you are just given a task to do and that is to shoot people. But it isn’t the simple aim and shoots, but control the firing to kill moving people, adjust the aim based on the wind speed and your breathing. All this makes it a very interesting and addictive game, again one that doesn’t need the Internet connectivity.

    Gizmo Times Staff
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