How would life be without the internet? Well, I say it will be a little difficult cause I experience this almost daily. I was in the metro when I reached a place with limited connectivity for an hour. That is when I understood that I don’t have any apps that run offline. Keeping that in mind, I thought of sorting the list of games that can be played offline without any hassle.
Well, for all readers who went through the same situation, this is for you. Below is the list of the best Android games you can play without the internet.
Now, this is a classic game. Simple graphics, tap to play, multiple characters to choose from, and all you have to do is help the chicken cross the road. The game is fit for any age and has over 200 Million players across the globe.
You can also compete with your friends or families, as it has multiplayer options. But please be sure before you download cause there is a possibility that you might get addicted to the game.
Dan the Man: Action Platformer
Dan the Man is an action-packed run-and-beat-em-up game. It is an excellent take on the classic genre, and with each level, you can upgrade characters with new skins and weapons. The game has also been updated with multiplayer mode, which brings us closer to our childhood days when we used to compete with our friends.
It would be great if you could buy the premium version of the game, as there are many ads on it. Or, you can just turn off your internet. Controls are very, and you will get the hang of it within a few minutes you start the game.
1945 Air Force: Airplane games
Grab your gear and jump into the world of a retro graphic style 2d aeroplane shooting game. The game starts with elemental planes and weapons at your disposal. But with each level, the experience gets more prominent, and the game is just visually pleasing to sit and play. It has over 500 campaigns, historical fighter planes, WW 2 battle zones and daily rewards to upgrade your aircraft.
The game includes in-app purchases for buying upgrades of your choice and also has a multiplayer mode. The game has easy controls, and you must pass through the enemy line to reach the boss.
Alto’s Adventure/ Alto’s Odyssey
Alto’s has been my favourite game for over a few years. The game is beautifully crafted and smooth to play. You will play as Alto, who is snowboarding through the Alpine hills on an endless adventure. On the way, you will rescue stranded llamas, jump through chasms and move through time in this scenic gameplay.
The game is easy to learn, and you can discover six other snowboarders with unique skills.
Oddmar is a Viking, and you get the experience of embarking upon his journey. It is a physics puzzle-based game where you travel through challenging terrains. The game has in-app purchases, where you must purchase after a certain level. But the initial stages will take you to the magical world of Valhalla.
Oddmar has comfortable touch controls and great gameplay, with a beautiful story that will keep you excited.
These are some of the options you can choose from. Also, it would be great if you could share your games with our readers in the comments below.