Best Offline Games For Android To Play Without WiFi – July 2020 Update

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Bored in the days of quarantine? Afraid of using up most of your internet browsing the internet or watching videos? Well if that’s the case then you are absolutely in the correct place! Read on to discover some of the best offline games for Android that you can play without any kind of internet connection!

Gaming on mobile devices has become really accessible to the masses, especially now in 2020 where everybody has a smartphone or a tablet. If we’re talking about mobile ecosystems, Android and iOS outshine others when it comes to the richness of apps and games available in the respective app stores. There is a huge collection of apps and games in all categories. While watching Netflix or YouTube might get you a few hours worth of entertainment, there is still nothing like spending hours crafting your skill in games.

Best Offline Games For Android To Play Without WiFi - July 2020 Update

However, most of the games that have been talked about in today’s world are battle royals or multiplayer games. Games like PUBG and COD Mobile require not only a constant internet connection but a good one at that to make sure your gameplay isn’t hindered. While finding a good internet these days isn’t the hardest thing to do, sometimes it’s just peaceful to enjoy some alone time in a game that isn’t filled with toxic players. If that is your true desire, then we have some great games for you. So sit back, relax and enjoy the read featuring some of the best offline games for Android to try out in 2020!

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Best Offline Games For Android To Play Without WiFi

#1 – Alto’s Odyssey

Let’s kick the list off with Alto’s Odyssey, a game that we have featured many times on our website for various good reasons. Not only is Alto’s Odyssey one of the best looking games, but it features a very well-composed soundtrack which makes it an absolute pleasure to play while using your headphones. Plus points if you have a phone with a higher refresh rate display since this game supports up to 120 FPS resulting in a really smooth experience altogether. Alto’s Odyssey is a game based on just tap controls meaning you won’t have to rely on a high skill level to be able to enjoy it. It also revolves around a great story that keeps you intriguing till the very end, definitely a must-have. You can download Alto’s Odyssey for your Android device by following the link to the Google Play Store page given below:

[googleplay url=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.noodlecake.altosodyssey&hl=en_US”]

#2 – Friday the 13th: Killer Puzzle

The next game on our list is geared towards and best suited for horror and puzzle lovers. You must have already heard about the Friday the 13th saga of games and how popular they are on PC. While you won’t get the same type of gameplay or graphics nearly as good as the PC version. In this game, you play as the famous psycho killer and your main goal is to trap as many victims as you can in cleverly-designed traps and stages. You get over 100 different puzzle levels to solve and many different strategies that you can use. The graphics of the games are also very appealing and will keep you hooked onto it for a long time. You can download Friday the 13th: Killer Puzzle for your Android device by following the link to the Google Play Store page given below:

[googleplay url=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bluewizard.f13puzzle”]

#3 – Crossy Road

If you are looking for a more casual game that doesn’t require much of your time or patience, try out Crossy Road. Chances are that you have already played it once before, but even if you haven’t it is a really fun time killer. Your only objective is to keep on crossing the road while avoiding traffic and other hurdles in between. You can unlock different characters and customize them for a more personal touch. While there isn’t much to the game other than single-touch controls, you can still play multiplayer with your friends or family members when you have an internet connection.

[googleplay url=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.yodo1.crossyroad”]

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#4 – Real Racing 3

Up next is personally one of my favourite games to have ever existed. Launched all the way back in 2013, Real Racing 3 had one of the craziest graphics for a mobile game – and it still holds true to its nature till today. Now admittedly, you will need an internet connection to access the multiplayer features in the game or make purchases, but if you have all the files downloaded, you can enjoy long races without any sort of connection at all. To top it all off, there are hundreds of different cars and thousands of upgrades to choose from. There are various kinds of races such as one-on-one, endurance mode and elimination. Overall, if you need a good racing game that works without a good internet connection try this one out. You can download Real Racing 3 for your Android device by following the link to the Google Play Store page given below:

[googleplay url=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ea.games.r3_row”]

#5 – Eternium

Ending our list of some of the best offline games for Android that you can play without the need or WiFi or mobile data, we have Eternium. This is one of the very few RPG games that require no access to the internet in order for you to play. Just make sure you have all the game files downloaded to keep you up-to-date on your adventures. The graphics of the game are also exceptionally good and it performs well of mid-rage phones as well. Your main objective is to defeat any enemies in your way to the top by tap or swipe controls. You can buy upgrades within the game and only a few of them require real money, making Eternium one of the best free RPG games that you can play as well. You can download Eternium for your Android device by following the link to the Google Play Store page given below:

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[googleplay url=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.makingfun.mageandminions”]

That’s all folks! We hope you enjoyed our roundup of some of the best offline games for Android for the month of July! Which one among the list is your favourite, and how many of these offline games for Android have you already known or have been using? Know other good games which don’t require an internet connection to play that you feel people might find interesting? Do let us know in the comments section below, we’d be delighted to hear from you guys!

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