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Top 10 Android games that you can play offline
Love playing games but don’t have Internet connection? Don’t worry. We present to you the best offline Android games to see you through when the internet is down or unavailable.
Temple Run 2
Temple Run 2, like its predecessor is a classic game in the Play Store, wherein an exciting endless runner where your hero runs down a beaten jungle path. You must jump over deadly traps, swipe left, right, up and down just in time to turn corners, and slide under fallen logs among other dangerous obstacles.
A bunch of evil and freaky-looking apes will get you, if you mess it up. While the concept is super simple, the gameplay is perilously addictive.
The game looks very simple at the first glance. However, it is clear that this game is not a cakewalk, once you get started. In Dots, you need to combine the maximum amount of dots of the same color in just 60 seconds, or with the least amount of moves possible.
An internet connection is not required, as you can play in single-player mode as well as in local multiplayer mode.
A giant long-necked creature that see coming out of the water is the WUUUUUUUUUUUU (that’s 12 Us). It is your responsibility to assist him in taking little people to their homes. So, what do you need to do? All you need to do is shout WUUUUUUUUUUUU in a high-pitched voice to control his vertical movement.
This game is innovative, amusing, and best not played in public. But don’t let that stop you from playing it.
You Must Build A Boat
You travel the world in your modest boat in this sequel to the fantastic 10000000, building it up into a powerful vessel by fighting monsters, catching them in a Pokemon-esque fashion, looking for treasure, and hiring new crew members.
It’s a challenging and utterly compelling game that justifies the creation of the word, ‘unputdownable’. Adding to the endless appeal of the game are randomly generated dungeons, and a unique combat system that relies on Candy Crush-like tile-sliding – it’s an absolute must-play.
Cook, Serve, Delicious!
Though it may sound mundane, it is one of the most high-octane games around. Debuting on the PC, Cook, Serve, Delicious devoured gamers with its compelling fast-paced gameplay, charming visual style, and catchy theme tune. You are a cook/restaurant owner in a high-rise building in this game, cooking food and serving people.
In this game, you will have to frequently take many orders at once while also trying to clean the dishes or setting mouse-traps at the same time. The more you progress in the game, you can buy food-stuffs, new equipment, and get your restaurant to a five-star rating in the end. It’s very good for those fifteen-minute sessions.
The moment this game debuted in the Play Store, this enthusiastic, chaotic game became an instant hit. After a long time, there is an action game wherein you do not have to hold down on the screen to move your character. Instead, you to need to focus on just tapping buttons to punch and jump while your character automatically runs across the screen.
It has a fantastic visual design that reminds of the classic platformers like Ghouls ‘n Ghosts and Metal Slug. Customize your character, level up, and even ride a dinosaur in this psychedelic punch-out.
Does Not Commute
This driving game is for people who are looking for something different. Does Not Commute, which is set in a strange 1970s town (of the undoubtedly bizarre sort) makes you control the town’s vehicles in a range of oddball missions, while trying to prevent the increasingly chaotic traffic.
You cannot stop in this game, hence, your reflexes and forward-planning will be pushed to the limit. It’s quirky and, most importantly, great fun.
X-Men: Days of Future Past
Android gamers now can finally get to dig into Marvel’s side-scrolling beat-em-up. With no internet connection needed and no in-app purchases, you get the full package once you buy the game and can start traveling through excellently drawn environments as your favorite Marvel superheroes.
The game not only offers quick-paced, superpower-filled gameplay, but also pays respect to Marvel’s well-known history by seasoning the levels with secret lore items, such as concept art, character bios, and classic comic book covers. It’s definitely a must-have for Marvel fans, and well worth a look for anyone looking to have some fun.
The perspective-bending puzzle game was recently voted the best game of 2014 at the 11th International Mobile Gaming Awards, and rightly so.
Your aim is to guide a princess through beautifully designed Escher-like levels by changing the perspective to help her get through past obstacles and buildings. It’s absolutely hypnotic.
This is one of the most visually attractive games in the Play Store. In this prize-winning floaty side-scroller, you need to hold your finger on the screen to manage a group of forest dwellers and make them glide through dark and gloomy wooded areas that are full of danger and obstacles.
An internet connection is not required, as you can play in single-player mode as well as in local multiplayer mode. The free version offers 40 levels, and the paid version will add 40 more onto that.
Do comment about the what you think is the best Android offline game you played.