Ten Offline Games on Android in September 2019

Ten Offline Games on Android in September 2019

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Even in our increasingly connected world, you may find yourself without Wi-Fi or data access throughout your day-to-day life. What better way to pass the time than to play a mobile game? Many of the most popular mobile games require an internet connection.  Here are ten offline games on Android in September 2019 that you can play.

Ten Offline Games on Android in September 2019

1. Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic was one of Bioware’s earliest role-playing games that launched on the PC and consoles in the early 2000s. Even though today, graphics might not be as modern and detailed as we would normally like, it’s still a fun experience with immersive storytelling, as well as thoroughly developed characters.

2. Occidental Heroes

Occidental Heroes is an old-school top-down RPG, where the joy of playing it comes from its simplicity. Split between an overworld and turn-based battles, you take control of a company of three warriors as they explore the land while trying to earn money.

3. Minecraft Pocket Edition

Minecraft’s success is no surprise to even the most hardcore gamers who shun it away. Developed by Mojang AB, Minecraft is among the best offline games. Minecraft lets players bring forth their creativity and create some of the best looking worlds in a world-building game.

4. Shadowrun Returns          

The year is 2054. Magic has returned to the world, awakening powerful creatures of myth and legend. You are a shadowrunner – a mercenary living on the fringes of society, in the shadows of massive corporate arcologies, surviving day-by-day on skill and instinct alone.

5. XCOM: Enemy Within

XCOM®: Enemy Within is a standalone expansion to the 2012 strategy game of the year XCOM®: Enemy Unknown and it’s now available on GooglePlay devices! Enemy Within features the core gameplay of Enemy Unknown plus more exciting content.

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6. Hitman G0

Agent 47’s move from stealth to tactical strategy actually made a whole ton of sense thematically. But we doubt anyone expected Hitman Go to be one of the better turn-based games around on mobile. Each grid-based level plays out like a game of chess. Characters are even rendered as model figures.

7. Pocket Run Pool

Pocket Run Pool rethinks pool games for mobile. It gets away from having you sink balls in standard fashion, or play against a computer AI you know is hobbled to go easy on you, or that plays like a pool god.

8. Evoland

Evoland is up next and is one of the most unique role-playing games that you’ll find on Android. It isn’t an open-world like The Elder Scrolls: Blades, but takes on a history of video games approach.

9. Ark: Survival Evolved 

The mobile port of Ark: Survival Evolved, a dinosaur-themed survival game, is one of the most enjoyable portable gaming experiences you can have. Ark is a blend of first-person survival and exploration, placing you on a large island full of dinosaurs. To survive you must collect resources and craft structures, clothing, weapons, and gear.

10. Asphalt 8 Airborne

Fans of high octane racing games are going to love the Asphalt 8 Airborne as it defies the laws of gravity. The game allows the players to live their wildest car-related fantasy in the high fueled gameplay that provides hours of fun thanks to an amazing progression system.

Author: BF

light sleeper, heavy dreamer.

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