15 best offline Android games that require no Internet!

Here, In This article, we can discuss 15 best offline Android games that require no Internet.  Today time the games are very popular, especially on mobile phones. A lot of Android games depend on a mobile data connection Here The List Of Android Games Which not run on wifi on the internet.

Alto’s Odyssey

Alto’s Odyssey is one of the newer offline games that require no WiFi. It’s a side-scrolling infinite runner. You ski down various slopes, make various jumps, and collect a bunch of coins. The coins unlock customization elements in the game shop. You also get colorful, good looking graphics. They won’t win any awards for realism, but they sure are nice to look at. The mechanics are easy enough. You move forward on your own. The only player controls are jumping and performing flips in mid-air. The game is free with advertising. You can pay to remove the ads or buy coins to unlock customization elements.

Bloons TD 6

Bloons TD 6 is the latest entrant in the classic tower defense franchise. It plays a lot like its predecessors. You set up towers along a road and defeat bad guys as they approach. The game features 20 maps, five levels of upgrades, heroes, and 19 towers with three upgrade paths each. You also get a rich meta with plenty of individual tower upgrades for certain situations. Finally, players get multiple difficulties and a few different game modes. Of course, the game is playable offline. It runs for $4.99 with some additional (and optional) in-app purchases. It’s easily one of the top two best tower defense releases from 2018.

Crashlands

Crashlands is among the best offline Android games ever. You end up on a planet with no way off. The goal is to build a base, defeat the main bad guy, and craft various items to get out. It comes with a simple, fun combat system. There is also a self-managing inventory, tons of stuff to craft, and tongue-in-cheek humor that keeps the atmosphere light and goofy. There is also cloud saving support, offline play, and controller support. It’s $4.99 with no in-app purchases.

Crossy Road

Crossy Road is one of the most popular mobile games. It’s basically the Frogger of the mobile gaming generation. You guide a chicken across the road, streams, and around various obstacles. The game features over 150 collectible characters, local and online multiplayer (when you play online anyway), offline support, Android TV support, and more. It’s a family friendly game that is free to play. The in-app purchases are mostly for cosmetic stuff that doesn’t affect the game.

Duet

Duet is an older puzzle game with some runner elements. You play as two balls that orbit around a central point. Your goal is to spin those orbs without hitting the falling platforms. Each level gets more and more difficult. Thankfully, the gameplay is surprisingly fun. It’s also easy to replay any level. The free version of the game gives you the base campaign mode. You can pay for the premium version. It adds more game modes and unlocks some other content. It is also playable without mobile data or WiFi. This also has Google Play Games cloud saving. Keep in mind that you can’t cloud save if you’re offline, though.

Square Enix

Square Enix bounces back and forth when it comes to the severity of their DRM protection. Some Final Fantasy games require an online check every time you open the game. Others don’t. Final Fantasy IV, in particular, is even listed on Google’s offline Android games list. All of the games are 20-30 hours long with deep storylines, have excellent soundtracks, and simple enough mechanics. A few of the games are playable offline. However, you may need to occasionally open the app with a web connection to get the DRM check. It should be playable for a while offline after that. Thus, we list this ass pseudo-offline rather than entirely offline experiences. You may need to check before the refund time expires and they are rather expensive.

Eternium

Eternium is one of only a few freemium RPGs that requires no internet connection. This is an action RPG. You run around, sling magic, kill bad guys, and explore various ruins and dungeons. Of course, you also get a storyline, tons of loot to collect, and plenty of stuff to do. It plays like most mobile action RPGs. However, you don’t have to connect to a server to play anything. You do have to make sure the latest content is downloaded, though. Otherwise, the game may not function as expected. It’s a freemium game, but it’s not aggressively so. It’s one of the most successful action RPGs on mobile for a reason.

Hooky Crook

Hooky Crook is one of the newer offline games. It’s an action-platformer with some puzzle elements. You control a cat burglar and it’s also a cat. You use swipe gestures to sling the cat around while avoiding obstacles and bad guys. Players win when they reach the end of the level. The game features 84 levels, simple controls, kid-friendly content, and leaderboards. The leaderboards won’t update while offline. However, the offline mode does work quite well with this game. It’s a decent little time killer and it’s also relatively inexpensive. The developers also promise more levels in future updates. We hope they follow through.

Kingdom Rush Vengeance

Kingdom Rush Vengeance is another outstanding tower defense game from 2018. This is the latest game in the popular Kingdom Rush series and it plays like its predecessors. You set up towers and heroes along a path to defeat all of the bad guys. The game features a bunch of towers, 16 stages, 35 bad guys, 30 upgrades, and over 50 achievements. Yes, it also plays offline if you need it to. The base game goes for $4.99. There are optional in-app purchases for items to help you win various matches. There is no online multiplayer mode, though, so it’s not pay-to-win. It is exceptionally challenging, though.

NBA Jam

NBA Jam is probably the best arcade sports game right now. It features two-on-two basketball. The rules are rather relaxed as well. The team with the most points at the end of the game wins. The graphics aren’t amazing, but they are passable. The mechanics are mostly arcade-style basketball. Thus, they are simple enough for a good mobile experience. It features local and online multiplayer, controller support, and more. The game also has a campaign mode to play through. You even get Android TV support along with support for hardware controllers. There is a lot here for $4.99. It also has no in-app purchases.

 

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