Okay so in today’s article, I am going to recommend some Android games that don’t need WiFi.
First I’ll talk about the free ones and then I’ll talk about the paid ones.
Don’t worry, I know free is good, so I’ll be suggesting more free Android games compared to the paid ones.
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With that being said, let’s get to today’s topic: Android games that don’t need WiFi.
Android games are getting really fun to play now, and although most of them require an internet connection (which is kind of a good thing, since it saves your progress), sometimes, you get stuck in places where WiFi is too slow or not available at all.
If you’re finding yourself in places where you can’t get a stable internet connection for games, well, worry not, here are a few games you can pass time with before you get an internet connection again.
Yeah, I know, a breath of fresh ehh… connection?
You can check out videos too to see how each game is before you download for free or buy.
Want to take your walking to another level? Well, you can do that now with Walk Master, the free Android offline game.
In this game, you can play as a bunch of different characters. You start off as a goat though, and eventually you can buy as many characters as you want.
You purchase characters with coins you earn after completing each level.
Get on your “Stick Legs” and try to reach the finish line as you avoid many obstacles.
Also play some special challenges and improve your skills.
Walk Master is a really fun game, you might even get lost in the game because you’re trying to pass a crazy and frustrating level.
I know that sounds like a bad thing, but you’re going to understand what I mean once you start playing.
INTO THE DEAD 2
Love shooting Zombies? Well, with “Into The Dead 2”, it’s going to be a non-stop Zombie killing experience.
In this game, you play as a man trying to reach his family in a world full of zombies.
You’ll get a lot of weapons to choose from as you make progress in the game. You also get a companion to help you in your journey.
In the demo video, I played with a trustworthy dog… Riley. I chose to name him that because, Call of Duty: Ghosts.
I know, I know, I’m getting too far ahead of myself. This is supposed to be an article about mobile games.
If you’re already hyped for this game, I suggest you try it out today. Did I mention it’s a free game? I’m sure you already know that. This is the free section.
DREAM LEAGUE SOCCER 2020
Just recently released, Dream League Soccer (or DLS) 2020 is, obviously, a football (or soccer) game for Android devices.
Get a team, choose a captain, and hire a manager. Try to take on as many teams as you can.
There are lots of modes to play.
Now, you do get a multiplayer mode, but that only works when you have an internet connection.
But you can still kick balls to the back of the net when you’re not connected.
Overall, this is a really good game to try, if you’re interested in football (or soccer). I’m not a huge fan of football, but I’m sure some of you are.
You currently won’t get it on the Play Store, but I’ve provided an external link you guys can get it from.
Jumanji is also an Android game that you can play without an internet connection. And just like Dream League Soccer 2020, it is also a new game.
It has some really minor performance issues but don’t worry, it will get fixed as future updates roll out.
Anyways, so if you’ve played Subway Surfer, you shouldn’t have a problem understanding how this game works.
Swipe up or down to jump, slide or hit opponents. And try to gain as many points to unlock different maps.
This is a game that doesn’t require a lot of concentration. In other words, it’s a kind of game you can play for a short time.
In my experience, I die a lot in games like this. I don’t know, it seems like it’s the easy games that are hard for me.
ZOMBIE BLAST CREW
It has been 11 months since the infection started.
Everyone fled the cities, mass panic in the streets. The zombies took over our towns, our buildings, our block.
Now we sleep outside while they roam our streets.
We waited on the army, and the army didn’t come, so we picked up guns.
We waited on a hero, and a hero didn’t come, so we picked up our flag. Now we’re done waiting, and a leader has come, so we’ve picked ourselves up.
That leader is you.
BAD 2 BAD EXTINCTION
Bad 2 Bad: Extinction is a sequel of Bad 2 Bad: Delta, back with more stories and a variety of contents.
Extinction covers the story after you defeat Gorat al-Llama’s terrorist organization, Al-Qatala, and discover humans behind them.
Here, you will engage in a war against the Tailless Legion – humans – as the B2B Delta Team.
While searching for your main target in the mission field full of Wilders to proceed with campaigns by force.
You can also play the game with more freedom in randomly generated maps and clearing sub missions to collect items and/or get rewards.
This is a First Person Alien killing Android game where you play as Kal Wardin, a retired Marine hero.
You get a lot of weapons and perks as you go deep into the game.
And yes, you can upgrade your favorite weapons to the destructible level you want.
This game also has a multiplayer mode which you can play with people all over the world. But watch out, you’ll need a very good weapon to handle the heat.
Obviously, that requires an internet connection.
The story mode, however, can be played without WiFi.
This is an adventure/fantasy game where you solve puzzles and explore an open world.
Although I only played this game for about 2 hours because my current phone isn’t powerful enough to handle the graphics, I really enjoyed playing it.
And I’ll get the game as soon as I get a better phone.
For those of you who have really powerful devices and love solving puzzles, this is a game that you should try.
You don’t need an internet connection to play it and the best part is, it’s free.
Download Unknown Fate by clicking here.
PAID ANDROID GAMES THAT DON'T NEED WIFI
Although the first part of the game is free, you’ll have to make a purchase in order to enjoy the rest of the game.
Xenowerk Tactics is a strategic game I enjoyed playing. It has 3 endings. I only got to see two because well, I had a lot of other games to play on the Shu’s Techs YouTube Channel.
In this game, you play as the commander of an emergency response team after a disaster at a secret lab, hidden deep in the arctic region.
Your task is to cover up and maximize profits for the Xenowerk corporation, or to save the world, depending on whom you ask…
Only advice I’ll give you is, if you don’t know the source of the messages you get in this game, try not to respond to them.
Besides that, I hope you have a really awesome time playing this game. I know I did.
DIRT TRACKIN 2
Take the wheels and get on the dirt. This Android offline game will keep you focused for so long, you will forget you need to get on Facebook.
Except when the game actually makes you sign into Facebook to save your progress… yeah…
If you’ve played and enjoyed Reckless Racing 2 or 3 before, this is as close as it can get to that game.
There is a career mode for you to try.
Being first is not always necessary in this game, but try to be among the top three. If you really want to push it, then by all means, try to be the first in each race.
Dirt Trackin 2 also has a multiplayer mode for you to try. Take on some of the best players around the world and improve your driving skills overtime.
MENTAL HOSPITAL VI
“You work as a reporter for a small local newspaper. One fine evening, you receive a message from your friend Ada that something mystical is happening in the vicinity of the Santa Monica Psychiatric Hospital.
The most hopeless psychos from all the states were brought there!
So you take a video camera and decide to check what was really going on there. But the story you’re getting into is so terrifying that you will remember it for your whole life!
And it depends only on you whether you can unravel this tangle of chaos and horror and survive.”
Couldn’t have put it better myself.
Just a heads up, there’s going to be a part where you don’t get the code to access a room. What you’ll need to do is brute force your way in.
Took me a lot of dying to figure it out. But hey, what am I here for?
TABLE TOP RACING WORLD TOUR: NITRO EDITION
This Android racing game just proves that mobile games are on a whole other level.
Graphics are great and the physics are awesome.
Although you will find yourself replaying a lot of races to earn money, you won’t get bored doing it.
However there are lots of modes to choose from and lots of cars too.
You don’t have to play by yourself when you have an internet connection. Just try the multiplayer and race against people all over the planet.
Table Top Racing World Tour: Nitro Edition isn’t only a mouth full, it is also a really fun racing game to try.
THIS WAR OF MINE
Although this game was released in 2015, it has been receiving a lot of updates that make it worth playing today.
I wouldn’t really call this a fun game. Enjoyable, maybe.
Put yourself in the shoes of someone trying to survive in a city destroyed by war. You go out each night to find supplies in order to survive.
Food, weapons and medicines. You will need to look everywhere possible to get them.
But know that there are others out there looking for the same.
Sometimes you’ll have to make really inhumane decisions just to survive.
Not sure you can handle it? Well, you are just a download away from finding out.
Having games that require an internet connection isn’t really a bad thing. As already mentioned, when you’re connected, your progress is saved to your Google account.
When you change a phone or just sign into another device when yours is down, you can continue playing like it’s the phone you started the game on.
Not to mention having the option to play with other people online.
But if internet is currently a problem, well then, you just need to try out the list of games I’ve provided.
I’ve played all the games myself, which is why I am recommending them.
I hope you enjoyed reading, let me know of any game(s) you’d like to see in the list and I’ll update it as soon as I test them.
Okay, so, what game(s) will you be trying from the list?
Is it going to be Xenowerk Tactics, or do you prefer horror games and will like trying Mental Hospital VI?
I’ll love to know, so tell me what you decide in the comments, down below.
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Post written by Shaibu Ibrahim
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