Quite often, we find ourselves bored somewhere with a very poor Internet connection, or perhaps our data plan isn’t that great and we have to make it last a little; or maybe you have problems with your WiFi connection, or simply a problem with the connection in general. Whatever it is the reason, every game from this list of the best offline games for Android may be very helpful when you feel like killing time in those moments when you have absolutely nothing else to do. Here is the first part of this list.
To start off, we’ll talk about some of the game that, whether or not they can be played offline, figure among the best games for Android.
In Badland, we have one of the best games to spend a lot of time down with. In general, it is often classified as one of the best Android games; so, it’s not uncommon to include it in the list of the best Android offline games. Luckily, this one can be played offline. Therefore, it will offer hours of fun independently of your whereabouts, as long as you have your smartphone.
It’s a very simple platform game. We control some sort of flying hedgehog that must make its way with its wings and your help through a world full of obstacles. It has a decent difficulty, very good art, and an impressive sound design.
When it comes to shooting and monsters in a simple yet challenging way, few games will be like Swamp Attack. It’s about a farmer who gets on a war to protect his land from the waves and waves of swamp animals and mutant monsters. Its gameplay is very simple: just touch the place where you want to shoot and defend yourself against your enemies. There is a large number of weapons you can use, many levels and upgrades you can be get as you advance. Definitely one of the best to kill time offline.
A high-quality game, one of the most popular for Android; it’s on the list because once you have downloaded the content, you don’t need an Internet connection to play. This is a great relief since many who don’t have a continuous connection, or have limited data, can now access this great title.
The game tells the story of a warrior who comes to fight and blah blah blah; the story itself is not that big of a deal, but its great gameplay will make up for that. Shadow Fight is a fighting game. So far, it’s normal. What makes it interesting is the physics applied to the fights; the game is really very realistic with those movements and it’s something nice to watch. Difficulty ranges from the simple to the really difficult and there are many things to equip your character with. It’s one of the most advisable to play.
Plants vs. Zombies 2 is the next level of the game developed by the Pop Cap. Its previous delivery became a true classic among games of its kind. Now this one game, we think on Reviewdapps, it’s on the highest level of what it could become; it’s a sequel for the first delivery, but it’s at the same time a great improvement.
In this occasion, we find ourselves in a crazy travel through time and space, in the search for Crazy Dave’s taco, in an adventure that promises a lot.
The system is the classic one we already know from the first delivery (if you haven’t played it before, you should do it urgently) with many more things. New zombie types and plants, new strategies and more. You will have to adapt to the new zombies while you advance through the world, the difficulty is amazing. The game invites you to play endlessly and discover all it offers.
Minecraft: Pocket Edition Review.
And we’ll finish this first part of the best offline games for Android with one of the most popular games of recent times. it’s Minecraft, in its pocket version for Android, with all its features, but much less demanding.
It is of course one of the most popular sandbox games in the world, with more than 50 million copies sold in all its presentations. Survive as you can, but beyond that, progress and go out into the world and explore. Minecraft offers this and much more; for this reason, we decided to end the list with it.
And here’s the first part of the list of the best offline games for Android. Tell us what you thought about it and what are your favorites. If you think of another game we should add to the next part, let us know!