Best Android Offline Games
There are many highly-rated games available on the Google Play Store that are best played offline. Here are a few of our favorites:
- Clash of Clans
Mobile games are known for their portability, seeing that we all carry our smartphones with us. Sadly a reliable connection to the internet isn’t guaranteed, which means games that require an online connection are much less viable when you’re out and about. The good news is that there are plenty of titles that support offline play, making up some of the best Android games around. But in order to keep things simple, AP has compiled a list of the most enjoyable titles that can be played offline, and many of them support Android’s best controllers. So whether you’re looking to challenge yourself with arcade titles like Super Hexagon or prefer to relax with the slow farming life found in Stardew Valley, you’re covered. Let’s dig in!
Unfortunately, there are throttling issues that plague the game on certain devices, such as the Lenovo Lenovo K6 Note. So while the game is quite enjoyable on certain devices, there’s one big caveat here: if you want to play this game on all the time, you should invest in a good Android device.
1 Dead Cells
Dead Cells is one of the best roguelike platformers available on the Play Store. The Android port is fantastic. You can select from 30FPS, 60FPS, and unlimited FPS in the game’s settings, and there’s also an HD graphics option for everyone with a beefy device. We’ve spent a lot of time playing this roguelike on Android and can confidently say the game runs like butter at max settings on high-end hardware. While this title demands precision controls, it’s fully playable with the touchscreen as well as a physical controller.