Top 7 Free Offline Games for Android

Top 7 Free Offline Games for Android

Nowadays, more and more games require an Internet connection to be played, but luckily for everyone, there are still many good titles out there offering you a satisfying gaming experience free and offline! If you are an Android user, you should take a look at our list of free offline games for Android. They can be enjoyed while you take a quick trip on the subway, wait in line or have some time off in between to activities. We have put together today a nice roundup of the top 7 free offline games for Android you might want to have some fun with!

1. Monolithic

If you are a fan of classic puzzlers like Tetris and you also enjoy a challenging round of Jenga from time to time, then you are in luck: Monolithic is a free in-app game available to be played offline and representing a nice combination of Tetris and Jenga. Basically, you have to build a tower strong enough to resist the earthquake coming at the end of each round. Just like with Tetris, you need to plan ahead and have some visual memory and geometry skills ready, as the further, you go into the game the trickier it becomes to rotate, mix and place the building blocks of the tower. Besides making it stand tall, you also need to make it solid so the earthquake doesn’t shatter it to pieces. The best part of the game is that you can pick it up exactly from where you left off. It adds just the right amount of frustration to make you want to play it again next time you have some spare time.

2. Alto’s Adventure

Now, this is a game many Android users love to play, as it is entertaining, engaging and stunning from a visual point of view. The gameplay isn’t rocket science. All you have to do is accompany and guide snowboarder Alto down from what specialists call a “treacherous” mountain. The game is basically an auto-runner (or “boarder” if you like). The game’s difficulty increases progressively and each round is a tad harder than the previous one. Each round you are tasked with achieving specific goals and, of course, the challenge and the entertainment come from the tension of achieving said goals before Alto crushes down on the slippery mountain slope. As we said, this isn’t some ground-breaking game, but you will love it for its visuals and art direction – nothing you find with your regular free offline games for Android. You will love the colors, the contrasts, textures, the passing of light and the mountain sky just like everybody else does. The game is quite popular and allows you – if you so wish – to also spend your hard worked coins making online purchases.

3. Tank Wars

Are you in the mood for an offline action shooter to play offline while traveling or sitting in a crowded waiting room? Tank Wars is one of those very popular Android games without Internet connection requirements. Its art direction, colors, textures, and contrasts are very pleasing to the eye. If you love offline games for PC you will love this one as well – consider it a tank-centered shooter only on a smaller screen and scale. You get to control your own tank and “drive” it around the battlefield trying to shoot down and eliminate the enemies’ tanks. You have plenty of maneuvers and shelters to use to dodge enemy fire as well. Keep in mind you have over 100 exciting and challenging levels to go through and you can play the game at three different difficulty levels. The controls run smoothly and are quite handy, making the entire game experiences very satisfying.

4. Little Briar Rose

Are you in for a whimsical and fun adventure game you can play on your phone or tablet in between two PC games? The Little Briar Rose is your go-to choice if you want a symphony of color, cartoonish design, beautiful visuals and plenty of quests and challenges. The main goal of the player is to take the handsome prince of the realm and guide him through an intricate web of dangers and adventures so he can safely reach the castle where his sleeping beauty awaits. Think beyond the rather corny main story here and focus on the quests themselves as they are the ones to keep you glued to your screen. The original and surprising graphics come together with very interesting tasks and quests progressing in difficulty, some very hard puzzles to solve, brave heroes to join and an overall gameplay which will not disappoint.

5. Plants vs. Zombies 2

A name that needs no introduction, the Plants vs. Zombie franchise is the go-to free offline experience on an Android phone or tablet. Probably one of the best offline strategy games for Android, Plants vs. Zombies offers a unique experience, quite a fun adventure, some thinking and shooting skills. Plants vs. Zombies 2 comes with plenty of upgrades and fun things to do in your spare time and you simply need to give it a try. You won’t regret anything as the game is not only entertaining but quite challenging for a casual tower defense/shooter.

6. Townsmen

Not many popular PC medieval RTS games found the same success after being adapted to the small portable screen of phones and tablets, but Townsmen is a nice exception you surely want to try out. Exceptionally executed from a visual point of view, challenging gameplay and very satisfactory as rewards, Townsmen is a nice addition to the list of your future free offline games for Android. The controls are smooth and each session will fascinate you enough to come back for more. It has a problem, unfortunately: the free version is full of ads. If the game wins you over and you spend a few hours playing it, there is a great chance that you will actually want to spend a few cents on an ads-free version which won’t distract your attention from the actual gameplay.

7. Myciv Alpha

If you are a fan of the civilization building type of games, Myciv Alpha is the ride you will enjoy the most. The turn-based gameplay allows you to build your own civilization, explore new locations and territories, build cities from scratch, build industrial facilities and objects, fight the enemies trying to conquer and destroy your realm, and lead numerous armies to impose your domination. With fourteen different types of locations and eighty-two different types of buildings, you won’t get bored for a second. Factor in the fact that you can use fifty-four different types of fighting units while you enjoy a visually stunning world and you can easily understand why the game is so loved by the public and critics alike.

What are your favorite free online games for Android? Have you played any of the ones mentioned above or are you already downloading some of the ones described above?

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