These wifi free android games do not require internet connectivity to run; no data charges. 10 No WiFi games to take the fun with you wherever you go.
A good game on your android device has got to be one of the best game that you can play anywhere. Don’t you just love to challenge yourself or others to a good game that keeps you on the edge of your seat? Well, sometimes it can be all fun and games till you realize that the game is ridden with what I like to call hidden fun-spoiling charges. It’s always such a bummer when you realize that you have to access data so that you can move on to the next level or unlock a power-up. Many players will swear that developers who come up with such games do not have the best interest of the players at heart.
You do not have to worry anymore. Some smart developers, I tend to think that they are also players, have come up with an ingenious way to save you from the purchases and the wastage of money on data bundles or Wi-Fi in order to play your most favorite game. They developed offline games! But before we can delve into these offline games, let’s try to understand the reasons why developers are developing online games. It’s only fair that we do so before we can pass on the judgment.
What are the best Offline Games?
- Minecraft Pocket edition
- Shadow Fight 2
- Infinity loop
- Asphalt 8 airborne
- Despicable me
- Six guns: Gang showdown
- Plants vs Zombies 2
- Hill Climb Racing 2
- Brain It On! – Physics Puzzles
Why developers creating online games?
The major reason comes from the loss of revenue due to piracy. Once an offline game has been produced, it can be copied and even be redistributed for free. This can be blamed on the many piracy sites and the ability to directly share some games and apps across devices.
Developers also create online games to make game play more interactive as the player can compete against other players worldwide. To earn revenue from the games, developers introduced in-app purchases. They realized that instead of limiting players to coins/tokens within the game to upgrade various aspects of the game play, they could allow the users to purchase the items using real money. This is facilitated using online payment methods such as google pay.
Most developers of free games have to somehow cash in on their creations and, therefore, they allow companies to advertise through their game applications. These will appear if you are connected to the internet while on the game. Ironically, to get rid of them, most developers will give you the option of a paid for an upgrade that will keep them at bay.
Despite it all, it is always nice and more convenient to have and offline game, free of adds that you can always rely on for entertainment and to pass the time.
So here are ten of the best offline android games we pick for our list of best free games without WiFi.
This is a 2D runner game, set in a beautiful forest full of various residents. There is, however, something terribly wrong with the forest and you, one of the forest dwellers, has to find out what’s wrong. Along the way are a numerous number of imaginative traps and obstacles that you now have to overcome. The game has stunning physics-based gameplay, quality graphics, and audio to optimize your gameplay.
The game can allow up to four multiplayer on the same device and allows you to beat the competition by knocking your rivals off spinning saws. You can also work together to beat a different level or even create levels of your own. There are really no limits or rules to this game; it is just endless fun. The game has over 10 million downloads and a 4.5-star rating on google play, proof that it is really a joy to play. It is available for free on google play with a download size of 184Mb.
2. Minecraft Pocket edition
Developed by Mojang, Minecraft is a true adventure game allowing you to put your creativity on the loose. Set in an infinite virtual world the game allows you to use blocky cubes to create your own virtual world whether it’s a bridge, clouds or building using the many materials available; dirt, stone, brick or sand. The game has several modes including survival mode in which each block is hand cut and collected in the open world. Although tedious, it comes in handy since when the sun comes down, the bad guys come for you and you better be prepared. The game is 76.23mb and is available on google play store.
3. Shadow Fight 2
Action lovers here is the game for you. Remember those kung-fu movies with all the acrobatic kicks and moves, well here you get the chance to try them on real enemies but with an addition of lethal weapons. Shadow Fight is a 2D game based on a character “Shadow “who lost his physical body when he unleashed some powerful demons as he tried to save his home from invaders. He now exists as a skilled shadow warrior who has to fight the demons and their various bodyguards in his quest to get back what he lost. The game has numerous stages to ensure you will always have an enemy to fight. The game has some in-app purchases but is not impossible to play without.
4. Infinity loop
Infinity loop combines simplicity and relaxation. Gameplay involves connecting various curved shapes to create a complete shape with no breaks. In dark mode, you now have to break a complete shape into its individual components until each part is on its own. You could play its infinite levels for hours without losing interest. As you progress, the levels become more complicated but can be solved just as easily as the earlier levels. The developers argue that the game was not created to become harder, but for you to relax and make those loops, this is complemented by the Thai like audio the ushers you to the next level. The game is free on google play store and is only 4.05Mb.
5. Asphalt 8 airborne
The latest version of the asphalt games, asphalt 8 is a true combination of quality graphics, speed, and awesome cars. The new asphalt 8 combines new stunts cars and arcades, even an aircraft carrier. The developers decided to throw everything they can on this one. On a good device, the game play is pretty smooth as you race against other opponents to win cash prizes that you can then use for upgrades and to also purchase new cars. Although the game can be played offline, the multiplayer experience for asphalt 8 airborne is one of a kind and is actually one of its strong points. The game is free on google play but has in-app purchases.