Best offline Android games
Last Updated on 15th August , 2018
Games are an excellent source of entertainment and one of the very best ways to kill time and have some fun. Smartphones have become the perfect companion for game lovers as they can fire up a game anyplace and anytime; well, almost. A number of Android games depend on a mobile data connection. Whether it’s downloading stuff from the server like Clash of Clans, or using it for DRM protection like most Final Fantasy games, it seems like virtually every game is asking you to be within the close proximity of a web connection just to keep the game going. Not everyone has that luxury for that. The only limitation that stops us from playing games is poor network connectivity. But the developers and CEO’s of game companies have used their grey matter and come up with a solution for that. OFFLINE games. Yeah. We’re sorry parents, your kids are going to be glued to their phones even during camp fires and safari rides.
There are millions of Android games available on Play Store in almost every genre imaginable. Many games need a strong and stable internet connection to work, which makes them useless where we don’t have any internet access. Games that need internet connection are sometimes filled with annoying ads and popups that disturb the overall gaming experience.When we do not have internet access, and we have some time to kill, our best option is to keep some offline Android games to fall back on.
This list of Best Offline Android Games can help all of us choose the best games from various genres that can be played offline anytime, anywhere.
Big Little Farmer Offline Form – Casual
Build your farm, cultivate and harvest crops with Big Litte Farmer. We get to experience the stress-free life of a farmer and embellish our farmland with this offline game.
There is no fighting or running in the game. Instead, we have to build a farming business with bakery and dairy products among other things. We have to sell our products through a delivery truck, fulfill orders and make yourself wealthy as you progress in the game. Sounds fun right?
Quizoid – Trivia
For the people with high IQs and no internet connection, this is the one. As the name implies, Quizoid is a simple quiz game which can also be played offline where we have to answer questions. It has over 7000 questions divided into six levels. Quiz and puzzle lovers would enjoy having this game on their phones. It can also make a fun game to play at parties.
This game has 17 categories, three game modes, and various hints to help you with the game. The quiz contains questions from Arts and Literature, Famous People, Geography, Language, Mathematics, Medical Science, Religion, and Mythology, etc. With the pro version, you get 3000 extra questions. Man! That’s a lot of numbers!
Smash Hit and PinOut
Smash Hit and PinOut are two of the better infinite runners. Smash Hit is played in first person. We throw balls at panes of glass to avoid injury. The number of balls also represents our life total. PinOut is a new spin on pinball. We must keep the ball flying for as long as possible. Both games have free and paid versions with no additional in-app purchases. That makes them rarities in the infinite runner space. That’s not a bad one-two punch for offline Android games.
Road Drivers: Legacy – Racing
Jump into the race with Road Drivers and drive the car of your dreams with legendary speed. Here we race through highway traffic, earn cash, upgrade our car and buy new ones. Be the champion on the leaderboards by driving the fastest car.
Hold your excitement because you are going to get the stylish and elegant cars to drive which is joyful but you have to reach your destiny fighting all the odds coming your way. The graphics used in the game are 3D that gives us a real-time racing experience.
Cats GO: Offline – Adventure
Cats Go Offline is another fun Android game to be played offline. It’s a game that has used Augmented Reality Technology (a technology that superimposes a computer-generated image on a user’s view of the real world, thus providing a composite view).
We can play this game exploring your nearby environment without leaving home. It doesn’t need any GPS as we are playing it staying at a place and moving around it. We just have to move through a small environment either it is our home or any place to catch the cats and add to our collection. What’re you waiting for? Meow away!