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Update 10 Best Offline Android Games 2020 | Many Android games depend on a mobile data connection. Whether it's downloading stuff from the server like Clash of Clans or using it for DRM protection like most Final Fantasy games, it seems as if virtually every game asks you to be near a web connection just to run the game.

Best Offline Android Games 2020

Not everyone has this luxury, so here are ten of the best offline Android games that don't need Wi-Fi at all. If none of them float your boat, Google Play has a list of offline games for your convenience. These include some modern games like Subway Surfers and classics like Fruit Ninja.

10 Best Offline Games For Android

Here are some of the best Android games that don't require Wi-Fi or a mobile data connection!

#1 Alto’s Odyssey
Altos Odyssey is one of the newer offline games that doesn't require Wi-Fi. It is a side-scrolling infinite runner. They ski to have different slopes, make different jumps, and collect a number of coins. The coins unlock customization elements in the game shop.

You'll also get colorful, good-looking graphics. They won't win awards for realism, but they're certainly nice to look at. The mechanics are simple enough.

They move forward on their own. The only player controls jump and perform flips in the air. The game is free with advertising. You can pay to remove the ads or buy coins to unlock customization items. It is one of the most popular offline Android games.

#2 Crashlands
Crashlands is one of the best offline Android games of all time. They land on a planet that has no way out. The goal is to build a base, defeat the main villain, and make different items to get out. It comes with a simple, fun combat system.

There is also a self-managing inventory, lots of stuff to tinker with and tongue-in-cheek humour that keeps the atmosphere light and handy. There is also cloud storage support, offline playback, and controller support. It's priced at 4.99 dollars without in-app purchases.

#3 Crossy Road
Crossy Road is one of the most popular mobile games. It's basically the frog of the mobile gaming generation.

They lead a chicken across the road, streams and around various obstacles. The game features more than 150 collectible characters, local and online multiplayer (if you play online anyway), offline support, Android TV support and more.

It is a family-friendly game that is free to play. The in-app purchases are mostly for cosmetic items that don't affect the game.

#4. Bloons TD 6
Bloon's TD 6 is the newest participant in the classic Tower Defense franchise. It plays a lot like its predecessors.

They set up towers along a road and defeat villains as they approach. The game has 20 maps, five levels of upgrades, heroes and 19 towers with three upgrade paths each.

You will also get a rich meta with many individual tower upgrades for specific situations. Finally, players get several difficulties and a few different game modes.

Of course, the game is playable offline. It runs for 4.99 dollars with some additional (and optional) in-app purchases. It is easily one of the two best tower defense releases of 2018.

#5. Eternium
Eternium is one of the few Freemium RPGs that does not require an Internet connection. This is an action RPG.

You walk around, slime magic, kill villains and explore various ruins and dungeons. Of course, you also get a story to collect tons of loot, and do a lot of stuff. It plays like most mobile action RPGs. However, you do not need to connect to a server to play anything. However, you must ensure that the latest content is downloaded.

Otherwise, the game may not work as expected. It's a freemium game, but it's not aggressive like that. It's one of the most successful action RPGs on mobile devices for a reason.

#6. Friday the 13th
Friday the 13th is a horror puzzle game with a ton of Gore and a funny premise. You play as Jason Vorhees and you battle your way over 100 levels.

You have to slaughter all the people, avoiding the cops, traps, landmines and, strangely, rotating phones. It's a fun action arcade style experience with some horror and gore elements. We definitely don't recommend this for kids, but you can play it offline and it's a good game.

#7. Kingdom Rush Vengeance
Kingdom Rush Vengeance is another outstanding tower defense game of 2018. This is the latest game in the popular Kingdom Rush series and it plays like its predecessors.

You set up towers and heroes on a path to defeat all villains. The game features a number of towers, 16 levels, 35 villains, 30 upgrades and over 50 achievements.

Yes, it also plays offline when you need it. The main game goes for 4.99 USD. There are optional in-app purchases for items that will help you win different games. However, there is no online multiplayer mode, so it's not pay-to-win. However, it is an extraordinary challenge.

#8. GRID Autosport
GRID Autosport is one of the latest racing games and has offline support. In addition, it has full controller support, a metric ton of content to unlock and a ton of race to play through.

The game is a full port of the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 version with all DLC included for the 9.99 USD price tag.

You will also get a number of race types, excellent graphics and above-average play. There's not much wrong with this and it's one of the few good racing games for mobile with controller support as well as offline support.

#9. NBA Jam
NBA Jam is probably the best arcade sports game at the moment. It has two-on-two basketball. The rules are also rather loose. The team with the most points at the end of the game wins. The graphics are not amazing, but they are passable. The mechanics are mostly arcade-style basketball. So they are simple enough for a good mobile experience. It offers local and online multiplayer, controller support and more. The game also has a campaign mode to play. You even get Android TV support along with support for hardware controllers. There's a lot here for 4.99 dollars. It also has no in-app purchases.

#10. Minecraft
Minecraft can't have story lines, but if you want the biggest bang for your buck, then it's probably this game.

You can create whole worlds and play offline either in creative mode or in survival, where you can build stuff, kill my stuff, kill bad guys and do pretty much anything you want.

It's not as big and immersive as the computer version, but the developers have closed the gap by adding things like Redstone for more unique building. It's priced at 6.99 usd with in-app purchases. The additional purchases are for player skins.

Those who like the idea of Minecraft but want a different experience, Terraria is also an offline game with similar mechanics.