Best offline games for Android
Many people are familiar with the situation when you are sitting on a plane, on a train, or in the subway, and then you come up with the idea to play something on your smartphone. You start the game, and it very casually informs you that without Internet access, it will not even think to start. As a result, you have to once again just listen to music or scroll through photos. To prevent this from happening, there are games that work offline as well. Today I will tell you about several such games. However, some of them will be paid, since going online is a way to show you ads and earn money from them. Without such an outlet, you often have to earn money by selling. However, there will be a selection of good free options. So let's get started!
Once Upon a Tower - a new fairy tale about a princess
Once Upon a Tower turns the classic tale of a princess awaiting rescue upside down. Instead of waiting for a handsome prince to appear, this princess fights her way through brute force. Many regard the game as a message to young girls who can not wait for their prince but can do everything themselves.
You will need to collect bonuses and coins to progress through the levels, fighting monsters along the way. Best of all, the game is free and does not require an internet connection. What more could you ask for from a mobile game?
JYDGE - justice for everyone
If you've ever wanted to plunge into a dark dystopia in which you have to fight criminals on the brink of justice, then JYDGE is for you. This is a shooter with two virtual joysticks - one moves your character, the other takes aim, and fires your weapon. The simple and smooth control scheme works at breakneck speed. You have to react quickly to enemies and flying bullets - take cover, aim, move, and shoot at the same time.
With a sleek cyberpunk aesthetic and powerful synth-rock soundtrack, JYDGE maintains momentum throughout the game. A large number of missions will not let you get bored on autumn evenings, and additional modes will make the game even more interesting.
Implosion: Never Lose Hope - fighting mutants
This fantastic action game from Rayark is a beautiful sci-fi shooting game. You are tasked with saving humanity from the plague of alien mutants. The first six levels are free and a one-time IAP unlocks the entire game — an epic campaign, secondary missions, and challenges that will take you more than an hour.
The game is packed with casual-looking animations, nasty enemies, and challenging boss battles. The levels are optimized for short play periods of 5-10 minutes, but there are special conditions that allow you to pass the levels differently.
Reigns: Her Majesty - Almost Game of Thrones
The sequel to Reigns, the kingdom simulator, will require you to use Tinder-style gesture controls. This time you will be put in the place of the queen. However, the basic premise is the same as in the previous game. You will need to use a set of cards and items to make decisions that balance the budget and various other aspects of your kingdom, such as people, army, and church. Well, of course, don't forget about your desires. You're the queen.
It is best to play this game in small visits. This creates the illusion that you really rule the kingdom and are playing a political game at all levels, including intrigue in the palace.
To achieve a good ending, you need to think carefully, but if you do not have the desire to go deeply into achieving the result, just do what you want. Even if the queen is killed and you lose, it is still done in an interesting way and with a decent amount of black humor.
ICEY - beautiful action game
In this game, the cybernetic protagonist is a samurai fighting many robot opponents in order to achieve his goal. As you progress through the game, you will enjoy a variety of nice and stylish beat-em-up games. All the while, the game will offer you a friendly narrative and nudge you in the direction of the game.
It may seem to you that the game is too straightforward and does not carry anything special in itself, but already at the initial stages, it hints that this is not so. After all, you don't have to take the one route that is presented to you. You can go your own way and challenge all the games.
Crashlands - how to escape into space
Crashlands is a fantastically well-crafted game in which your hero finds himself on a dangerous planet on a mission to build a base, defeat enemies, and ultimately escape back into space.
The combat system is simple and fun. Optimized inventory makes it easy to gather resources and build a base.
The story is light-hearted and filled with playful humor. The paid version of Crashlands offers potentially endless and addictive gameplay. After you complete the game, you can simply create new levels for yourself using the editor.
Plague Inc. - a game about a virus
Have you ever dreamed of creating a virus that will destroy humanity? I hope not. However, Plague Inc. combines the genres of "strategy" and "post-apocalypse".
In this game, you have to try to infect the population of the planet with a deadly virus by choosing one of the 12 available types. What's more, the game is equipped with artificial intelligence that will challenge your efforts. So you have to try to succeed in this difficult task.