Based on materials from androidpit.com
A dozen games (and one more) that will help you brighten up your offline minutes. We guarantee this time will fly by quickly! The first part is here.
If it was possible to give an award to the game that appears most often in all sorts of best games for Android, this puzzle would receive it. She was also named the best game of 2014 at the 11th International Mobile Gaming Awards, and deservedly so.
Your goal is to guide the princess through beautifully made levels in the style of the artist Escher, help her make her way through all these buildings and overcome obstacles. Completely mesmerizing.
Knights of Pen and Paper +1
Another title game, this time it's an Indie Game Festival award. Пиксельная ролевка, наследующая очень многое от классических настолок в духе D&D.
You control a group of kids playing a dungeon board game, each portraying one of the characters in a traditional RPG. The heroes sitting at the table remain in the foreground, but the background changes, and you travel across a fantasy world, fight monsters, collect loot and level up.
Cool 'meta-idea' – role-playing about characters playing role-playing. The +1 added even more stuff to a game that was already awesome.
A game about which we even have a separate material, a cross between an adventure book and a role-playing. You play as a wandering knight, and your progress in the game is highly dependent on the answers to various questions.
It takes a lot of reading, but turn-based combat makes everything a lot more fun. The game has a cool interface, a design inspired by medieval art, and has a smart save system that allows you to 'rewind' and change the answer to avoid trouble. It's definitely worth a try to play.
The favorite among games is the Humble Bundle, another award-winning turn-based RPG. Gloomy cyberpunk setting, gorgeous 3D graphics and a huge selection of weapons, spells and abilities. As elaborate as you would expect from a game for Android.
This is a mysterious murder story that takes place in the Seattle of the future, beautifully detailed – this applies to hacking, and shooting, and spells, and everything else. One of the best games for Android currently, and it doesn't even matter if it's offline or not.
World of goo
Well-drawn, smart, imaginative – it's all about World of goo . Despite the fact that this physics puzzle is already several years old, it is still one of the best in the Play Store. Similar to the classic Sega MegaDrive Lemmings, your task is to guide a group of creatures to the end of the level without getting too many killed.
Moving through the levels is not easy, you have to think about how best to avoid traps and obstacles. Completion of each stage is perceived really as a personal achievement and victory, and not a success that came as a reward for in-game spending. Spectacular graphics, excellent music, cool gameplay – in general, a must-have.
The award-winning fishing simulator from Vlambeer is awesome. You play as Billy, a warlike fisherman, whose task is not only to catch fish, but also to shoot them with different weapons – pistols, rifles and even bazookas. For each fish, money is given that can be spent on improving weapons. But beware of jellyfish! Shoot one of these and lose your money. Why? Who knows…
The game is very addicting, there are excellent controls, graphics, and, which is nice, no in-app purchases. All in all, it's cool. This is ridiculous. It's offline. And that's … fishing.
Thomas was alone
A puzzle platformer with a lot of storytelling. It has a minimalist design, lacking all the flashes and blinks that other games abound – instead, it uses simple colors and shapes.
In the game you need to take Thomas (that's the name of the red rectangle) and his geometric friends through the levels. You can use the abilities of each of the companions with a different shape to complete the level. You solve riddles that can be called smart, but which are by no means annoying.
You yourself will not notice how deeply you dive into this geometric life on the screen. If you want an addictive, fun game, you don't have to look far.
Dumb ways to die 2
The fun graphics compensate for the dark theme here, and overall it's great fun. The same could be said for the original game, where you had to prevent cute characters from killing themselves by sticking forks into toasters or standing in a piranha pond. But here we are dealing with the topic of sports. And this means that we are waiting for dynamite races, jumping with obstacles over fences under tension and other idiotic competitions with the risk of life. Really, you don't need to say so that you don't try to repeat it at home?
The pace gradually increases, and it becomes not so easy to avoid dull death. Keep in mind, if you are playing in a public place, the game involves certain body movements, so you won't get sidelong glances.
Temple run 2
A Play Store classic like its predecessor, an addictive endless runner in which the hero progresses along a broken-down jungle road. Swipe left and right and up and down to turn, jump over deadly traps, crawl under fallen trees and avoid other dangerous obstacles.
In case of failure, you will get a pack of angry monkeys. The gameplay is very simple, but that doesn't make the game any less addictive.
At first glance, everything is very simple, from the second and subsequent ones – not so much. You need to collect most of the dots of the same color or in 60 seconds, or using as few movements as possible. You can play alone, or you can play in multiplayer over a local network, so the Internet is still not required.
The award-winning Badland is lightweight and one of the most visually immersive side-scrolling games around. You control a group of forest dwellers and, keeping your finger on the screen, guide them through gloomy forests full of dangers and obstacles.
There is a single mode, and there is a local multiplayer, so no network connection is required. The free version gives you 40 levels, and buying the game you get 40 more.
Well, that's all this time. Do you have any favorite offline games not on the list? Share in the comments!
Read also the first part.