These are the best offline Android games available in 2019. Fun games you can enjoy on your Android phone, Galaxy or tablet anywhere and everywhere. Whether you’re on a vacation, a subway commute, or enjoying the outdoors somewhere, these games don’t need WiFi, internet, or cell reception.
These days most games need some sort of data connection to work. That’s how Fortnite adds your skin and finds players. Or, how Pokemon spawns new monsters and Clash of Clans loads your village. So while most games need internet, if you have some time to kill but no service, there are other addicting games to try.
We dug through the Google Play Store’s growing list of offline Android games and found the best free and paid options for you to play. Games you’ll want to have ready for when you need to disconnect or have some time to kill on the airplane.
Additionally, these are great games for your kids that don’t have a data plan or play on a tablet. Most Android tablets don’t have a SIM card like your phone and only work on WiFi. If you’re in the car for a road trip, or on a plane, your kid’s tablet can still play these games.
Keep in mind that some of the games on our list need internet access at least once. Requiring WiFi to install the game and download any additional game files or connect to Google Play. Basically, you’ll want to open the game once at home or the hotel, where you have internet access, just to make sure it’s all good. After you do this once you’re all set and can take your trip or start an adventure.
Best Offline Android Games
You can stay entertained or kill some time with fun games like Altos Adventure, Grand Theft Auto, Minecraft, Fallout: Shelter and more without the internet. Or, play casual games like Angry Birds, Subway Surfers, or Plants vs Zombies.
However, our list also details some great games you’ve probably never heard of or didn’t know worked offline. Including BADLANDS, Cut the Rope, Crashlands, Adventure Llama, Pac-Man 256, and even the popular NCIS: Hidden Crimes. Even, the popular shooter game Dead Trigger 2 doesn’t need WiFi. In total, we found 30 different games from several genres and have something for everyone.
You can find more info about each game and a link to download them in our slideshow below. Keep in mind that these are in no particular order. So play anything that sounds interesting, download a few to take with you on vacation or try each one this summer and throughout 2019.
No WiFi? No Problem! Just get Fallout: Shelter and play it all year. Fallout is still one of the most popular console games of all times. Players can enjoy it for hundreds of hours on end and love every minute of it. While many of you have probably played Fallout: Shelter on mobile, did you know it works without WiFi? This is a perfect game to enjoy while on a plane.
Fallout Shelter is like SimBuilder type games where you build a village and make everyone happy. Only this takes place in an underground bunker after the world was destroyed. It's similar to the popular console game but obviously different in many ways. It runs 24/7, even without WiFi, and you'll get notifications when stuff happens all the time. As a result, Fallout Shelter is an extremely popular (and addicting) game that everyone can enjoy. Here are some important tips and tricks, then download it from our link below.
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