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Ipos 4 keygen. Advertisement While many Android games require an internet connection, you’ll find plenty of awesome ones that don’t. For situations when you find yourself without a connection, you’ll want some games that are free, fun, and offer plenty of content. Here are our top picks for the best offline games for Android in every major genre. Runner: Alto’s Odyssey At first glance, this seems like just another endless runner. But play Alto’s Odyssey for a while, and you’ll realize there’s something about it that makes it impossible to put down. Perhaps it’s the graphics and the music.
Endless runners are usually frantic, but this game bucks the trend to make it a soothing, calming experience. You’ll find yourself relaxing as you slide down sand dunes, jump to collect points, avoid obstacles, and perform backflips and double backflips for style bonuses. Alto’s Odyssey doesn’t bring anything new to the world of runners, but is highly entertaining nonetheless. For example, in the Darkness mode, you can see the maze at the start. But then everything goes dark except a small spotlight on you, and you have to make your way to the exit.
Try other modes like ice floor, where you end up sliding ahead of where you wanted to go, or the self-explanatory time trial mode and traps mode. In case you want a simple old game of maze-solving, there’s always Classic mode.
Each mode has plenty of levels to keep you entertained till your connect comes back again. Platform: Once Upon A Tower Once Upon A Tower flips a lot of game elements upside down. Instead of a prince rescuing a princess from a tower, the prince is dead and the princess is kicking some butt with a sledgehammer to escape the dragon. And instead of climbing up a tower, she’s digging down. On her way, she’ll have to battle monsters of all kinds, from ogres to spiders that can climb up walls. Then there are the traps that spring out of nowhere. If that wasn’t enough, she needs to be quick or the dragon will lay waste to everything with its fiery breath.
Don’t forget about the other enemy: gravity itself. Collect coins and power-ups when you can; you’ll need them to pass the levels to escape the tower. Once Upon A Tower is oodles of fun, and seemingly endless. Download: Once Upon A Tower for (Free) 5. Arcade: Jungle Marble Blast Unfortunately, the classic Zuma doesn’t work without an internet connection, but some of its many knock-offs do. Among them, I liked Jungle Marble Blast the best.
The graphics aren’t as smooth, but this isn’t a significant complaint. The gameplay is just as fun as it ever was.
Tap anywhere on the screen to shoot; tap on the beetle to swap between the two colored spheres you have. Shoot the spheres at the chain going around the map to create sequences of three or more. And when possible, get those power-ups to send the chain back, turn a large chunk into one color, or blast them into oblivion.
Jungle Marble Blast fits into the group of best offline games for Android perfectly. It’s small, lengthy, and free. Download: Jungle Marble Blast for (Free) 6. Brainy: Quizoid. Those Looking to challenge your friends in a battle of wits?
These free brainy multiplayer games let you find out who's the smartest in chess, puzzles, trivia, and more! Won’t work offline. Quizoid is all about challenging yourself, not someone else. Like other such apps, Quizoid asks a question with multiple answers, and you have to pick the right one.
But since it’s you against the AI, there are a few more game modes. For example, you can play 20 questions with the computer, or you can play a timed round to answer as many as you can. Quizoid boasts of over 7,000 trivia questions across 17 categories like entertainment, sports, science, politics, history, and more.