No internet? No problem! The best Android games to play offline

No internet? No problem! The best Android games to play offline

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 the best offline Android games for you to check out, recently updated with new recommendations for you to try.

Most free-to-play games above a certain graphical quality tend to have most of their features limited to online use, since that's a big part of how they make money (by showing online ads, encouraging competition with better-equipped players and so on). Generally speaking, premium paid games tend to be better for offline use, though there are still good free 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 free and does not require an internet connection. What more can you ask for?

App version: 17
Compatibility: Android 5.0 and up
Price: Free


If you ever wanted to live out your Judge Dredd fantasies of unleashing justice upon the violent miscreants of a futuristic dystopia, then this is the game for you. JYDGE is a 'twin-stick' shooter game, which means you have two (in this case virtual) joysticks, one moves your character, the other aims and shoots your weapon. The simple and fluid control scheme lends itself to a frantic pace. You have to react quickly to enemies and bullets - to take cover, aim, move and fire at the same time.

With a slick cyberpunk aesthetic and pounding synth-rock soundtrack, JYDGE keeps the action flowing liberally. The different missions offer a variety of challenges, and completing them unlocks points to be used to upgrade the cybernetic enhancements of your gavel gun for extra fire modes, health points, secondary weapons and so on. This, plus extra mission objectives to compete for medals, help keep things fresh.

  • App version:
  • Compatibility: Android 3.0 and up
  • Price: $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 online, but for arcade-style solo-play vs the AI, it's the best offline fighting game for Android available. A free download 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: 1.01.02
  • Compatibility: Android 4.4 and up
  • Price: Free/$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 of alien mutants. The first six levels are free to play and a one-time IAP unlocks the whole game - an epic campaign, 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 $9.99 for the full game you can also unlock other playable characters with different capabilities (one for the main campaign, one in a side-story). There's a plot with pretty cutscenes too, but I can wholeheartedly recommend it for the carnage alone.

  • App version: 1.2.12
  • Compatibility: Android 4.0 and up
  • Price: $9.99

Kingdom: New Lands

Kindgom: New Lands is a side-scrolling survival strategy game with retro pixel graphics, in which you take on the role of a monarch exploring new lands and building up settlements from scratch. Although the idea of a wandering king dropping coins on random peasants in the wilderness is a silly scenario, the gameplay is compelling. You move from area to area, gathering coins and carefully deciding where to spend them. That way when the inevitable invasion comes, your new town can hold it together.

The game is simple to play, with one resource to gather and spend (coins) and a simple tap control. However, don't be fooled, the well-designed areas require real strategy to beat. For example, it seems obvious to cut down all the trees you can for construction, but doing so prevents new encampments from arriving and you need those to recruit the peasants, making you lose out on manpower. 

Each new land has different conditions and opportunities that make decisions a careful balancing act. Figuring out the game will at first lead to some inevitable disasters as you experiment. But the challenge is all part of the fun, and provides some heart-pumping moments when the demon army spills from the portal and you need to choose wisely for your poor subjects.

  • App version: 1.2.8
  • Compatibility: Android 5.0 and up
  • Price: $9.99

Alto's Odyssey

The long-awaited sequel to Alto's Adventure recently arrived on Android! The new sequel swaps out snowboarding for sandboarding in the desert, canyons and other exotic locales, but just like 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 free 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, like a wingsuit or a compass that provides powerups.

Get it on the Play Store

  • App version: 1.0.2
  • Compatibility: Android 4.1 and up
  • Price: Free, ad-supported, in-app purchases

Reigns: Her Majesty

In this game of 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 aspects of 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.

  • App version: 1
  • Compatibility: Android 4.3 and up
  • Price: $2.99


On the surface, ICEY is a beautiful action hack-and-slasher. The cybernetic samurai protagonist slashes, spins and dashes through an assortment of robotic foes out to get her. As you run and fight through the various stages, you'll enjoy plenty of satisfying and stylish beat-em-up romps, all the while guided by the friendly narrator, that nudges you in the direction of your antagonist with a helpful arrow.

Sure, you could do that. And it's a lot of fun. But don't be deceived by the apparently straightforward presentation. Even early on ICEY hints that there's more going on under the surface. Should you choose to defy the narrator and explore off the beaten path, you'll discover hidden depths and an intriguing story that breaks through the fourth wall and is worth paying attention to.

  • App version: 1.0.4
  • Compatibility: Android 4.1 and up
  • Price: $1.99

Thimbleweed Park

Thimbleweed Park is a fantastic old-school adventure game with a lot of modern features, but true to its old-school roots. The whole game plays 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 Much weirder.

The puzzles are challenging, and the ability to control multiple characters offers some creative and complex (if not always completely logical) solutions to the various obstacles you meet in the story. But if you'd rather just enjoy the stylish retro pixel 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: 1.0.4
  • Compatibility: Android 4.4 and up
  • Price: $9.99


Crashlands is a fantastically well-designed game that plonks your protagonist on a dangerous planet with a mission to build a base, defeat your enemies, and eventually escape back to space.

The combat system is simple and fun. A streamlined inventory makes it easy to harvest resources and craft your base and items.

The story is lighthearted with plenty of tongue-in-cheek humor. For $6.99, Crashlands offers potentially infinite and addictive gameplay - once you've beaten the game, you can simply make more content with the level editor.

  • App version: 1.2.16
  • Compatibility: Android 2.3 or higher
  • Price: $6.99

Planescape: Torment Enhanced Edition

Planescape: Torment is rightly remembered by gamers of a certain age as a masterpiece. Yet, the Dungeons 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 check out Beamdog's similarly enhanced editions of classic RPGs such as Baldur's Gate and Baldur's Gate 2.

  • App version:
  • Compatibility: Android 3.0 or higher
  • Price: $10.99

XCOM: Enemy Within

XCOM: Enemy Within is a graphically impressive tactical strategy game in which you control a crack team tasked with taking down hordes of hostile alien monsters.

Easy enough to learn, but difficult to master, XCOM's missions become progressively harder. However, you’ll also get the chance to upgrade your team with alien tech, powerful weapons, and new recruits. Online multiplayer is available, but the offline campaign is more than enough to keep you occupied.

$9.99 will net you plenty of deep tactical gameplay, but be sure to check its OS compatibility before you buy, as XCOM: Enemy Within has issues running on post-Lollipop Android versions.

  • App version: 1.7.0
  • Compatibility: Android 4.0 or higher
  • Price: $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?

  • App version: 2.4.1
  • Compatibility: Android 4.1 or higher
  • Price: Free with in-app purchases

Plague Inc.

Have you ever dreamed of creating a virus to exterminate humanity? I hope not. Regardless, Plague Inc. combines the 'strategy' and 'post-apocalypse' genres. 

In this game, you must try to infect the world's population with a deadly virus, choosing from among the 12 accessible types. Moreover, the game is equipped with artificial intelligence that will challenge your efforts.

  • App version: 1.12.5
  • Compatibility: Android 4.0 or higher
  • Price: Free 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 free, and only takes up about 22 MB of space on your smartphone.

  • App version: 1.1.6
  • Compatibility: Android 2.3 or higher
  • Price: Free 

Minecraft: Pocket Edition

Minecraft: Pocket Edition is part of one of the biggest selling video game franchises ever. The mobile version of the beloved title might not have everything that its desktop PC counterpart does, but after a number of years of frequent updates, it’s pretty darn close.

What Minecraft: Pocket Edition delivers is a huge open-world sandbox for creation and/or survival. You can play it purely to craft impressive structures and mechanisms, or you can take on survival mode where you must defend against enemy mobs through harsh nights, all the while discovering new items and creating stronger equipment. 

There are hundreds of weapons, items, and potions, as you might expect. However, it’s the simple act of placing blocks, one at a time, to create structures, that has kept its audience captivated since its launch and what gives Minecraft its incredible replay value. 

Though there have been dozens of titles since, which have tried to copy this craft and survive formula (Minecraft certainly wasn’t the first to do it), none have managed to match the satisfaction of building like Minecraft. 

Minecraft: Pocket Edition can be enjoyed offline for the $6.99 entry fee. You’ll need to be online if you want to play with friends, but no internet connection is required to play the main game alone.

If you’re still unsure about Minecraft: Pocket Edition, there’s a 30-day free trial available, so you can see what all the fuss is about.

  • App version: Varies with device
  • Compatibility: Varies with device
  • Price: $6.99 


Limbo is a bleak 2D platform game, in which you a control a young boy who's entered a lonely, monochromatic world in search 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.

At first glance, Limbo looks like the stuff of nightmares, but it's actually one of the more poignant Android games out there. / © Playdead
  • App version: 1.16
  • App Compatibility: Android 4.4 or higher
  • Price: $4.99

Did we miss anything? Let us know what your favorite offline Android games are in the comments.

Please note: this article has been rewritten since it was first published and comments below may not reflect the latest content. 

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  • Troy Rodman Oct 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 check yourself. I could just barely understand you enough to translate.
    <([Where is this "Real Gamers Place?"])>


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  • Nice one and good info

  • Good article and very interesting

  • I really love this list. But, not at all surprising from Nicholas Montegriffo. Great list and I am already playing many games.

  • I am a BIG Fan of "Street Fighter IV" Game... it's Just Awesome

  • OMG thank you this so much help me

  • I spent a lot of time riding the snow-covered slopes in Alto. I advise everyone, without the Internet, the most important thing is to relax and relax.

  • Thanks

  • Now the child can not be limited by the lack of the Internet) Although I would play some games myself)

  • marco sarli
    • Admin
    Aug 23, 2019 Link to comment

    I will check some of these

  • I really liked the article but you should consider high action games such as Hitman Sniper,Life Is Strange.I saw list and found such games and was expecting the same,But still a nice article,Keep up the good work Author.

  • King Feb 19, 2019 Link to comment

    wow great games broo

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    Deactivated Account Dec 25, 2018 Link to comment

    I play Alto's Odyssey and it is a very nice game. I did pay to remove advertisements. :-)

  • Usually just board games like chess and Go, but recently came across a sale price on "Dust and Salt", a fairly slow and thoughtful sword and sandal epic with a lot of text but military and empire build up and battles now and then. Not for the twitchy fingered player, but a pretty good game of decisions and consequences.

  • Awesome information..Thank you folks for sharing such a brilliant info

  • storm Dec 24, 2018 Link to comment

    I pretty much play only off line games.

  • Alna Oct 18, 2018 Link to comment

    Nice article dude

  • Sorin Sep 1, 2018 Link to comment

    A lot of games, good for fun or for the time lost.
    But the most important game is missing, without which you can not make the top 10 of all the games ever played, a game that made history, a game that created general hysteria, a crazy rule: ANGRYYY BIRDS !!!
    (take it as a joke, please)

  • try to play mage and minions its been almost 1 year since i started playing this games ans still playing it until today after you finish the update you can play it offline and play it online for freebies

  • Guys try WorldCraft : 3D Build & Craft! This is really fine sandbox with cool survival offline.

  • woow nice ?? thanks

  • A Girl Adrift by Tapas
    You can sync to the online servers if you like, but you totally can do everything offline. Cute, relaxing, has some story.

    Crab War
    There are some buffs you can only get while online, and the store only works online. But you can play offline.

    Star Traders 4X by the Trese Brothers.
    Very unique turn-based strategy game. You control 3 factions who hate each other while being attacked by up to 16 factions you cannot negotiate with at all. Diplomacy is used to keep your 3 factions from tearing you apart long enough to survive the outside threat. Also, utterly fantastic development team. The brothers respond to email, give advice in their forums, discuss strategy and development ideas, etc. Totally worth supporting them.

    Empire (nothing else, just "empire") by Crazy Monkey Studio
    No free version. Great survival game. You cannot win. The goal is to see how long you can hold out.

    Battle for Wesnoth
    Another strategy game. This one is openly moddable, has dozens of user-made campaigns, you can create your own maps in game, and even invent new unit times and even game rules then share with others all for free.

  • maybe fastlane?

  • Amoun Jun 23, 2017 Link to comment

    Thank you

  • Many of them doesn't run offline.

  • Smash Hit is bit old but I can still play it for hours. One of my all time favorite.

  • Alto's Adventure is by far my favorite game for Android hands down, incredible graphics, amazing soundtrack and incredibly addictive

  • I had Asphalt 8 installed and playing it from time to time. Last time in plane I was thinking to play it offline to kill time. It didn't work. It kept asking for a connection to check for an update. I tried to cancel but it won't work.
    I rage-uninstall the app :-)

  • All the games (except Townsmen, Shadow Fight 2 & Baldies Gate 2) are CHICKEN-GAMES liked by chickens. Please post some good games for humans. Is there any offline games like "DomiNations"? Please write article sabout some good offline strategy, action, adventure & sports game which we humans will enjoy. I (& gamers like me) hate CHICKEN-GAMES like angry bird, Tertis, Temple run. These games are good for eumnuchs

  • In the truth most people love shooting game. We have lots of shooting game but a few amount of them are suitable and perfect.

    Infinity Blade III and modern combat 5 are the perfect games. I love them very much. Everything about them really very well and suitable like their graphic and the action scenes. Another game that I love it it’s the Enemy Nightmare. It is the one of best shooting games, and it’s free. I think this game is really perfect and it graphic is high. This is Top 10 shooter game on ios. This popular shooting game is among best third person shooting games aiming to offer you an enjoyable time while playing the game in realistic combats against the terrorists in Middle-East.

    search the enemy nightmare in google play

  • Hill Climbing Racing, guys you must try once, it's interesting.

  • steve Oct 30, 2016 Link to comment

    I don't think my poor thumbs are up to or capable of the repetitive strain of climbing, skying, snowboarding , killing Zombies or even driving the desert bus.

  • Alto's Adventure is one the best games out there hands down

  • Plants vs. Zombies

  • thank information,, sometimes i want play offline game

  • Great List to play offline.. !!!


  • its really great list of offline games, i love it. find out more news related to mobiles.

  • Reyn Jul 4, 2016 Link to comment


  • Xcom :Enemy within is a awesome game! It is a huge memory conqueror but it is worth it! The gameplay is sweet with a awesome storyline!

  • Some people just want to see Minecraft off the list. 50% of the people that said the article sucks are probably Minecraft haters. Anyways great list when my WiFi signal recovers maybe I should try these games.

  • why isnt zenonia in this list

  • What an ugly list. Given that this was posted just a month ago.

  • try kingdom in chaos

  • mini militia is the best multiplayer game with can be played Offline with a group or friends together

  • Hey everyone, check out our android mobile game.Super ANNOYING BUT ADDICTING. the ONE HIT GAME

    If you write any article it will be much appreciated. It really worths a try. search the google store for: ONE HIT GAME

  • James Apr 13, 2016 Link to comment

    Why would you jump straight to Sorcery! 2? Yeah, it's better than the first one, but it's also the middle of the story. If you play Sorcery! first you both have a better idea of what's happening and can bring your character with all their spells and loot. And if you're just going based on the best game in the series that should surely be Sorcery! 3. Maybe include the whole series as one entry?

  • Hill Climb Racing

  • K.M.D. Apr 10, 2016 Link to comment

    Hey guys!

    You should try new game that can be played offline: Spin Your Mind on Google Play.

    It's very catchy and it helps sharpening your mind in spare time.

  • some games are good

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    Deactivated Account Apr 7, 2016 Link to comment

    I was really disappointed Plant VS Zombies 2 can't be played offline. I will stick with the original since it can. I love playing the survival mode. I don't keep games I can't play offline I hate the adds always popping up. You should add the original to your list it is a great time waster, when your waiting for something.

    • plants vs zombies 2 is completely playable offline

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        Deactivated Account Apr 8, 2016 Link to comment

        I will try again didn't work on my S3 unless I was on line. I am going to get the LG G5 soon as it is available here in the Philippines, I will try it on that.

  • What about plants vs zombies. Not only a great offline game but a great game of all time

    SorinDeactivated Account

  • How about Benji Bananas, folks?

  • Flappy Bird, anyone?

  • Dumb ways to die is cute :) Also, check out a new game that my friend made: ANIMAL TRAIL! :D

  • Thanks for this is article

  • Thanks for this is article , I downloaded three games from the list 😍

  • Sozu Feb 21, 2016 Link to comment

    Whoever wrote this, you suck

  • jack Feb 20, 2016 Link to comment

    Such terrible tast for games

  • WHERE'S into the dead and Aurum blade?

  • This article is complete rubbish. Many of these games are online only. You had one job, Robert Zak... Wa wa

    • Sorry to hear you were disappointed Matt, the page has been updated recently and we hope you find the current content more appealing. Thanks for the comment as always :)

  • The ****?? No ShadowFight 2????

    Lame Paid Articles.................

    • Thanks for the comment kutchero. It's not a paid article, these are clearly signed. We can't include every single offline game ever and if a game you like isn't on the list, there could be any number of reasons for this. We might disagree with you, we might not have tested it, etc etc etc.

      That being said, NEKKI's Shadow Fight 2 IS now on the list because AndroidPIT believes in it as strong offline Android title -- that's all.

      I appreciate the comment all the same.

  • Hazey Jan 15, 2016 Link to comment

    Boo.... for some reason none of these games are available in Timor-Leste! Any ideas why? Copyright issues?

  • Men...don't need to say where u can put those games right???
    Here's a a place where sun never shine...

  • Really disappointed with the lack of insight offered here - why are there on-line only games like mini warriors on this list. Really missed the ball....

    • Sorry to hear that you are disappointed Soul Khan, I've since updated the list and hope you like the current content more.

      We believed that Mini Warriors was an offline Android game but I today confirmed that it's not and updated the article to reflect this.

      It's worth mentioning that some of the games on this list DO require online capabilities for some non-essential features, however, such as purchasing in-app gold or items, and sometimes functionality and online requirements change over time.

      Thanks for reading

  • Gameloft has lots of games with good graphics. After the initial download, all of their games work offline. Best of all they are cross platform. Just in case you don't know what cross platform means, they make the games for Android, iPhone(iOS), PC & also for some basic cell phones. The one thing I've noticed is that all great games you can get for free through Google Play Store for the Android, there seems to be a charge for on the Apple App Store.

    Just Google list of Gameloft games & you can go from there.
    I hope this was helpful

    • I downloaded twp gameloft games after reading this and neither one works without a wifi or data connection lol

      • Yeah sorry I wasn't more precise...after downloading the game it usually requires wifi to download additional data & then the game will run offline. I could be wrong though

  • I was very disappointed. mini warriors need an internet connection. can you tell me how can i play it offline and wheres the main campaign

  • Really? Those are the best games on Android? I'd rather jump off a building than play certain games you've mentioned. Yeah sure some of em are good like Baldur's Gate... But where's Star Wars Kotor and the other classics. Most of those games are played by 12 year Olds who have all the time in the world.

  • Great games for offline play!

  • actually i am a guy that is looking for real guys games,and that means first of all good graphics,if that is not,the game is not worth it playing it,that for just a simple fact,i dunno how many around here have played games on the pc in MS DOS,and games on platforms that were be4 the ps and xbox craps? well to make my point,i would never play a game again with same graphic as all games that were back then,things and technology advance not to get stupidly stuck on same old games,r so many games with awsome graphics and real true games that exist and u guys never even mention them,so shame on u,i dunno if any1 know that pc game called Dead Space,it's an awsome game if u love the genre,well that game is on android too and it has same graphic as on pc,but with a different story line and types of actions,did u guys even heard of it ? probably not if u only give here stupid and extremely poor graphic quality games,even batman on android have astonishing graphics ... well,stay back in the 90s with this kind games,i will just pass by and say hi from the real gamers place

    • 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 check yourself. I could just barely understand you enough to translate.
      <([Where is this "Real Gamers Place?"])>

      • ooo,mister englis teacher,for your information,not everyone in this world got born in an english talking country,to do what u do is just showing how stupid u can be,english is my 3-rd language that i speak,so sorry if i do make mistakes in spelling,so don't hold your breath especially that are much more ppl that did born with that language and still don't talk right,it's not me to tell u about it,i am sure i met lots,at least i have an excuse,do you ? so pls shut up and look for your own business,maybe you didn't get it,but i am sure others did,pfff

      • Sean Feb 8, 2016 Link to comment

        You sound slightly more ignorant than a russet potato my friend. As far as I can tell you're using some dialect or form of English that's barely discernible to people with educations but, granted, I have been wrong in the past. Might I suggest removing yourself from society by moving out into the mountains and living off the land like a turn of the century Klondiker? You clearly are not contributing in any meaningful way to the betterment of humanity and you're just embarrassing yourself and bringing down my property value as it stands.

      • philS Mar 16, 2016 Link to comment

        My English teacher used to say never use a long word when a short one will do. I add to that, unless you really want people to think you are pompous, arrogant, and up your own rectum

    • I stick with the Universal Grammar Translator, And also, what phone are you freaking using if you want grapgics comparable to dedicated gaming machines at least ten times larger than your mobile phone?

    • If you think it's graphics that make a good game, instead of actual content and gameplay, then your opinion means absolutely nothing. It's mindless sheep like you that consider themselves "real gamers" that are ruininght industry for everyone. You are the reason companies like EA and Ubisoft can continue pumping out shiny turd after shiny turd, and jackasses that only care about graphics just keep coughing up money. Grow up.

  • joost Sep 29, 2015 Link to comment

    hey man stop advertising monument valley! you make yourself unbelievable!

    it indeed is a beautifull app. but ...
    if you have read the comments (and there are a lot of reactions on the playstore) you should have mentioned it is without questioning the most highpriced game for the least amount of playing minutes.
    within an hour most people have played all levels.. and then the fun is gone.
    the story is very limited and
    there is no exitement or action involved
    it is not addictive...

    recently they added a free level... okay
    but still to a lot of people believe Monument Valley is am overpriced and overrated game!

  • Thanks you for sharing these games. But I really love playing Minecraft, there is something in it that makes it more interesting and addicting to play.

  • If you guys want to see some of the games displayed here in action
    visit my channel on Youtube would like some feed back. for a link just ask me and I will send you one.

  • ufc is not offline i just tryed it bad info ugh

  • Pixel dungeon is a good replayable Rougelike, and it's entirely free

  • Badlands is truly addictive. Anyone has any thoughts on a halfway descent offline soccer game? I have flick shot but its only for taking deadballl shots not open play.

    • dream league soccer tottally free , offline and you actually play like fifa 15 you can make your team pretty easy and fun to play

  • I have played temple run 1 and 2. its just awesome...
    Guys try ads free android apps and games >>>>

  • how about Nimble Quest?

  • Lara Croft Relic Run if also an excellent game that does not need an internet connection.

  • minecraft

  • Subway Surfers is still the best Android Offline Games!!

  • Limbo is very good
    Try This game and tell me who is the best

  • Dead Trigger,ShadowGun,Mortal Kombat X....

  • No,UFC by EA Games is not offline game...It need an active internet Connection...I just recently Checked It out...but the game is Awesome..!!!!

  • What about the Drawwiz?

  • My favourite offline games are SNK titles... And all of them are free to play! Metal Slug Defense is simply AWESOME. Crazy Taxi (a SEGA classic) is f2p and offline, too.
    Bitcoin Billionaire is an addictive piece of crap. You'll love it and hate it. And then love it again.

  • actually its the worst games except asphalt 8

  • What about Geometry Dash??

  • RATAFISH is better than Swing Copters!! My best score is 35 points!

  • Its good to know that there are lots of good games that can be played even without internet. You can have the great time getting addicted to your favorite gameplay.

  • 10000000 - a puzzle RPG/endless runner hybrid. $2.99, no connection required, no in-app purchases

  • like

  • I like suduko, canasta, gin rummy, hearts games, monhong.

  • Great collections. Thanks for sharing such a wonderful collection.

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  • Silent age are masterpiece for who like puzzle game. Very recomended. One of the best mobile game so far.

    Another great puzzle game is fran bow. But still in beta and demo only.

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    I've been playing "Dumb Ways to Die" for a few weeks, and it's addicting for a time-wasting game.

  • Badland is amazingggg! Definitely recommend. The game play is smooth and addictive, and the graphics are epic.

  • I love's addictive :)

  • Galaxy On Fire 2 is an excellent game that does not need an internet connection. Another good title is Shadowrun Returns.

  • How about flow? This pick puzzle game is amazingly entertaining!

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