The most addictive offline games to play in 2021
The rise of the smartphone has revolutionized the way people play games. Now anyone can play on the device of their choice without going to the expense of buying gaming consoles. From old and expensive gaming consoles to cellphones and VR headsets, any game can now be found on Google Play Store.
However, the downside to playing on any phone is the internet, which, when being temperamental, can detract from the gaming experience. When you are hooked, the ‘net goes down. To counter this, leading game developers have come up with a variety of fun options that can be played online and offline.
Here is our review of some of the most addictive offline games to play in 2021
If you ever played the Sega game Frogger, you should enjoy this one. Players have to score as many points as possible by dodging traffic, hopping across logs, sidestepping trains, and collecting coins, although it is important not to fix them.
Described as easy to play but difficult to master, this is an offline game with great graphics. Although it is the sequel to Alto’s Adventure, it works equally well as a standalone game. It is easy to understand but requires skill to become advanced. Alto is the main character of the game, which has extremely realistic graphics. Players accompany Alto and his friends on their sandboard adventures and even halt proceedings to take scenic photos.
Want to try your hand at being a nobleman? Look no further. In this game of armies and victories, players plan attacks, lead armies into war and gain additional powers by winning battle cards. As they enter an alternate reality of 1896, players can also enable auto-battle to sit back and enjoy the action while an intense attack is carried out. This is a war on an incredible scale – watch as airships loom overhead and warships support your army from the beach.
Iron Blade: Medieval Legends
Also, taking a step back in time, this discord and bloodlust game incorporates magic elements as players become monster hunters of note. Along the way, you will be able to collect weapons for your monster hunt, explore real-world locations and dungeon strongholds. This all happens while at the same time you will be building on your battle skills, which will be put to the test during a fight with demon knights in Notre Dame and putting vampires to the sword in a Transylvanian dungeon.
Ice and Fire: Dawn Break
From ordinary to elite, this game has more than 100 levels with varying standards of difficulty and is an absolute test of players’ skills. You have to battle to save the future – but beware! All heroes have secrets and hidden agendas. This is a single-player game designed to challenge your battle skills and give you the thrill of adventure.
Dead Rain: Tree Virus
How to survive when there is a tree growing in your body is the theme of this multistage game. Easy to play offline, players have to fight zombies and explore hidden elements in each stage. The graphics are superb and will keep your attention engaged throughout. It’s not to everyone’s liking, but we think this is a great game if you’re looking for something to keep you busy on the morning commute.
It’s a case of kill or be killed in this Wild West adventure in which you can choose to play a male or female version of the main character. In between adventures, in which you earn rewards by winning challenges and dueling with baddies, players can take a rest by having a drink at saloons.
Asphalt 8: Airborne
The Asphalt series keeps on growing, with new games being released each year. Recently Asphalt 9: Legends have been released for Android and iOs, but if you want to have the enjoyment of Asphalt offline, you’d have to stick with Asphalt 8: Airborne for now. There are 40 tracks and a handful of great new cars that you can choose from. Speed your way across the world, both online and offline. Obviously, the online version gives you more leniency to play against dozens of other opponents. However, if you don’t have an internet connection, the offline version is still filled with exciting races and exhilarating features to make it better.
Originally designed to help you relax and unwind your brain after a long day, Infinity Loop quickly caught on to become one of the most played mobile games. The goal of the game is to create new and unique shapes by simply connecting dots. It’s a really relaxing offline game that offers you a simple and somewhat strategic experience. Because the game is designed to help you relax, there’s no timer, and you can play and resume whenever you want. The game developers know what they’re doing and have also brought us other popular games such as Infinity Hex and Brain Decipher. If you’re looking for a game full of action, then this might not be for you.
Plants VS Zombies
Yes, we had to include this all-time favorite. Plants VS Zombies made a comeback a few years ago, being compatible on mobile devices. The exciting game managed to have us hooked to our screens for hours on hours. Plants VS Zombies is a strategic game that puts you in charge of safeguarding your house by using plants and other various elements to fight off zombies. For those who haven’t played it, the zombies become smarter, faster, and more deceiving as you progress. Luckily, your plants, tools, and equipment also get a massive upgrade. We love this game, and now that it’s available on smartphones, we’ll rarely stop playing – more importantly, the game is free to download and play!
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