There are still places untouched by the enlightening hands of the Internet. If you and your Android device end up in one of these dark places, you may feel cut-off from the rest of the world. Don”t panic,the solution is simple – here are thebest offline Android games for you to kiểm tra out, recently updated withnew recommendations for you to try.
Most free-to-play games above a certain graphical quality tend to have most of their features limited to trực tuyến use, since that”s a big part of how they make money (by showing trực tuyến ads, encouraging competition with better-equipped players and so on). Generally speaking, premium paidgames tend to be better for offline use, though there are still good ko lấy phí offline games. We”ve picked the best of the bunch for you to enjoy:
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Once Upon a Tower
Once Upon a Tower flips the classic fairy tale of the princess waiting to be rescued on its head. Rather than wait around for a handsome prince yo turn up, this princess smashes her way out with brute force. It”s a nice message to young female players:You can beat the enemies. You can escape the dragon. YOU CAN DO THIS!
You will have to collect power-ups and coins to advance through the levels, battling monsters and creepy crawlies along the way. Best of all, the game is ko lấy phí and does not require an internet connection. What more can you ask for?
Once Upon a Tower
App version:220.127.116.11Compatibility:Android3.0 and upPrice:$9.99
Street Fighter IV: Champion Edition
One of my complaints about SFIV: CE when it first came out for Android was that it required an internet connection to play. Thankfully, Capcom has since removed this nonsensical restriction and you can now enjoy the brawler completely disconnected.
Of course, you cannot play matches against real players unless you”re trực tuyến, but for arcade-style solo-play vs the AI, it”s the best offline fighting game for Android available. A ko lấy phí tải về basically gets you a demo with Ryu and a couple of characters, but a one-time $5 purchase unlocks Chun-Li, Guile and all the classic fighters from the coin-op days, alongside newer faces. The touchscreen controls for mobile are decent, with an option to turn on a dedicated assist button for your special moves if you find them too tricky.
App version:1.01.02Compatibility:Android4.4 and upPrice:Ko tính phí/$5
Implosion: Never Lose Hope
This fantastic action game from Rayark is a good looking sci-fi slash-n-shoot-em-up romp, in which you control a snazzy-looking mech. You are charged with saving humanity from a plague ofalien mutants. The first six levels are ko lấy phí to play and a one-time IAP unlocks the whole game – an epic chiến dịch, side-missions, and challenges that will keep you busy for hours.
With responsive controls, effortlessly badass looking animations and a variety of nasty enemies and challenging boss battles, I must admit that Implosion got me hooked. The levels are mostly well-designed for short (5-10 min) bursts of play, but there are a variety of special conditions that you can aim for to add replayability and unlock cool stuff.
If you shell out $9.99for the full game you can also unlock other playable characters with different capabilities (one for the main chiến dịch, one in a side-story). There”s a plot with pretty cutscenestoo, but I can wholeheartedly recommend it for the carnage alone.
Implosion – Never Lose Hope
App version:1.2.8Compatibility:Android5.0 and upPrice:$9.99
The long-awaited sequel to Alto”s Adventure recently arrived on Android! The new sequel swaps out snowboarding forsandboarding in the desert, canyons and other exotic locales, but just lượt thích its predecessor, it can be enjoyed completely offline.
As well as a change of scenery, Alto”s Odyssey brings more variety in levels, more movement tricks, more worlds to discover and secrets to find. Beautiful scenery and music help create a relaxing and absorbing atmosphere. You can play the game for points or just chill out with the consequence-free “zen” mode.
Alto”s Odyssey is ko lấy phí to play, but you”ll get ads in between levels that can be removed for a couple of bucks. If you”re impatient, you can also outright purchase the coins that you normally collect in the different levels, which can then be used to unlock special items and bonuses, lượt thích a wingsuit or a compass that provides powerups.
Get it on the Play Store
App version:1.0.2Compatibility:Android4.1 and upPrice: Ko tính phí, ad-supported, in-app purchases
Reigns: Her Majesty
In this gameof thrones, you swipe or you die. And sometimes you still die, but it”s always fun. Besides, you can always happily reincarnate back into royalty and try again.
A sequel to Reigns, a kingdom sim with decisions made through Tinder-style swiping, Reigns: Her Majesty puts you in the queen”s fancy shoes this time. However, the basic premise is the same – using a selection of cards and items (new to the sequel), you make decisions that attempt to balance the budget and various other aspectsof your kingdom, such as the people, the army and the church. Not to mention your own desires.
Reigns: Her Majesty works best played in short sessions that give the impression of an episodic progression through an ongoing story of politicking, intrigue at court, secret affairs, occult conspiracies – a queen”s life is never dull.
Although it”s a game that makes you think carefully, if you want to work for a perfect ending, I never got too stressed about making the wrong decision. This is thanks to the clever writing, which delivers even missteps and misfortunes (and deaths) with delightfully dark humor.
Reigns: Her Majesty
App version:1.0.4Compatibility:Android4.1 and upPrice:$1.99
Thimbleweed Park is a fantastic old-school adventure game with a lot of modern features, but true to its old-school roots. The whole gameplays completely offline. Monkey Island/Maniac Mansion creator Ron Gilbert spins a compelling yarn, reminiscent of the X-Files and Twin Peaks, about a pair of idiosyncratic FBI agents investigating a murder mystery in an equally idiosyncratic town.
Initially distrustful of each other, the Feds realize they have to work together to solve the case. As the plot thickens, a pair of local misfits get involved for their own reasons. And that”s when things get weird…er. Much weirder.
The puzzles are challenging, and the ability to control multiple charactersoffers some creative and complex (if not always completely logical) solutions to the various obstacles you meet in the story. But if you”d rather justenjoy the stylish retro px graphics and quirky sense of humor without having to furrow your brow too much,there”s an easy mode that goes light on the puzzles.
For fans of story and puzzles alike, Thimbleweed Park is a delight, and well worth the 10 bucks.
App version: 1.2.16Compatibility: Android 2.3 or higherPrice: $6.99
Planescape: Torment Enhanced Edition
Planescape: Torment is rightly remembered by gamers of a certain age as a masterpiece. Yet, theDungeons and Dragons based RPG that wowed so many in the year 2000 hasn”t aged so well alongside modern AAA titles.
Thankfully, Beamdog has given this classic title a modern facelift and tune-up that includes various convenience tweaks, as well as beautification and a remastered soundtrack.
Just $9.99 on Android, Planescape: Torment Enhanced Edition”s rich and immersive storytelling remains as compelling as ever, and you can expect to sink 30-40 hours into completing it.
If you enjoy Planescape: Torment, then you might also want to kiểm tra out Beamdog”s similarly enhanced editions of classic RPGs such as Baldur”s Gate and Baldur”s Gate 2.
Planescape: Torment: Enhanced Edition
App version: 1.7.0Compatibility: Android 4.0 or higherPrice: $6.99
Into The Dead
Want to get a little scared?Put yourself in a dark room, plug in your headphones and launch “Into the Dead”!In this title, the player is immersed in a post-apocalyptic world where the undead rule.
There”s only one thing to do, try to run as long as you can, but how long will you manage to survive?
Into the Dead
App version: 1.12.5Compatibility: Android 4.0 or higherPrice: Ko tính phí with in-app purchases
Tank Hero: Laser Wars
I”ve played a lot of tank games on Android, and none have stood out in my memory as much as Tank Hero – the first of the series, and Tank Hero: Laser Wars, which revives the concept with up-to-date graphics and a ton of fun.
Tank Hero: Laser Wars is completely ko lấy phí, and only takes up about 22 MB of space on your smartphone.
Tank Hero: Laser Wars
App version:Varies with deviceCompatibility: Varies with devicePrice: $6.99
Limbo is a bleak 2D platform game, in which youa control a young boy who”s entered a lonely,monochromaticworld in tìm kiếm of his sister.
It”s a classic PC indie game that”s been ported with great care onto Android. Limbo”s world is sad, eerie and beautiful, and you”ll soon be too immersed in its enigmatic story to care about the fact that you don”t have an internet connection.
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Troy RodmanOct 19, 2015
Mmm… mm mm mm I am the universal bad grammer translator! I shall translate this for you all!**Actually I”m a guy that is looking for real guys games. That means good graphics. If not, the game is not worth playing. I dunno how many around here have played games on Pc in MS DOS and games on platforms that were before the PlayStation and Xbox consoles. My point is, I would never play a game again with same graphic as all the games were back then. Technology advances so we”re not stupidly stuck on same old games. There are so many games with awsome graphics and real true games that exist and u guys never even mention them. So shame on you! I dunno if anyone knows the Pc game, Dead Space but it”s an awesome game. That game is on android too and it has same graphic as on Pc but with a different story line and types of actions. Have you guys even heard of it? Probably not since here you only give stupid and extremely poor graphic quality games. Even Batman on android has astonishing graphics! Well stay back in the 90s with these games. I”ll just pass by and say hi from the real gamers place.**Woo. That was a lot.Tips: °Don”t rant about graphic quality.°You can”t spell awesome but you can spell astonishing? Work on that.°For the love of God! Please!!! Spell kiểm tra yourself. I could just barely understand you enough to translate.