The Best Offline No-Wifi RPG Games for Android – March 2019
Looking for the best no WiFi RPG games for Android? Well, you’ve come to the right place! Mobile RPG games have advanced a lot in just a couple of years, with some of the best Android RPG titles out there even getting close to PC and console gaming-level quality. The content and technology advancements are simply amazing.
However, with how accessible Google has made the Android platform, there are a lot of RPG games for Android available — some that are excellent, and some that are not so good. And with new games launching almost every day, how can one possibly find the good RPG games to play, let alone all of the options that don’t require a WiFi or cellular connection. It’s certainly a process, but luckily, it doesn’t have to be.
That’s why we constructed this list of our favorite no WiFi RPG games for Android — so that you wouldn’t have to go digging through the depths of the Google Play Store yourself. Not only that, but you certainly don’t want to download a random RPG game, only to find out that it was one big waste of time because it didn’t meet your needs or content preferences. We did that work for you. And so, without further ado, here are the twenty best RPG games for Android that don’t require an Internet connection. Let’s dive right in!
If you’ve been a lifelong fan of video games, you’ve probably heard of Knights of the Old Republic, or KOTOR for short. Considered one of the best western RPGs of all time by many fans of the genre, KOTOR was originally developed by BioWare, coming off the success of both Baldur’s Gate and Neverwinter Nights in the late 1990s and early 2000s. BioWare teamed up with LucasArts to create an RPG based on Star Wars, and they absolutely knocked it out of the park upon release in 2003. BioWare went onto be purchased by publisher EA, as well as to create Mass Effect and Dragon Age, the former of which was influenced heavily by KOTOR’s space-setting and alignment system. To many, KOTOR represents peak-BioWare, a game so perfect, many have asked for years for a proper third entry in the series.
Despite its general appearance as an action RPG, KOTOR is a turn-based 3D role-playing game, where you move your character around massive 3D areas, pausing gameplay to select your next action. I tested the game by using a Bluetooth controller synced to my Shield Tablet, and overall, I’d say this is the way to play. The game is definitely playable on touchscreen devices, with movement achieved by tapping and holding sections of the screen to move your character around the environment. For example, holding the top part of the display moves your character straight, while holding the right part of the screen moves him or her to the right. Because of this, I wouldn’t recommend playing on a device smaller than 6 inches in size—thing the Galaxy S8+ or Nexus 6. This is a detailed port, a game originally designed for either computer monitors or televisions, and it’d be incredibly difficult to see that detail on screens lower than 6 inches in diameter. I also recommend playing the game in full 1080p—the game looked fantastic on my Shield Tablet.
As mentioned, if you have a Bluetooth controller that supports Android, that is the way to play. Moving your character around is done with the controller; when you enter combat, the game pauses itself as you select your weapon loadout and your actions. Combat is turn-based; the enemy will strike, followed by a strike back at you. Your character will attempt to dodge attacks, occasionally causing the enemy to miss. You can also have companions in your party, who also engage in combat, with you gaining the choice to either manually manage their actions or let the AI take over. It’s up to you what you want to do; personally, I prefer having total control over my party in turn-based RPGs, but you may be able to adjust to unpredictable actions pursued by your teammates’ AI.
Knights isn’t a remake of the classic game, but a port, so it isn’t surprising that the game doesn’t look incredible when held up to console standards in 2017. Though the game is sharper and upscaled compared to its original 2003 release, along with a widescreen move, you should absolutely expect some jagged polys and less-than-attractive character models. Still, for a game that’s nearly fifteen years old now, it doesn’t look terrible compared to games from that same time period—looking at you, Jak II. I’d love to see KOTOR get a full remake eventually, both on consoles and mobile platforms, but for the time being, this is what we have. EA owns both BioWare and the star Wars license for games, so theoretically it is possible, but for now, EA’s offered nothing byt free to play mobile games on iOS and Android.
If you haven’t played KOTOR previously through its years of rereleases and don’t know what it’s about, here’s what you need to know. Knights takes place 4,000 years before the films and tasks you with traveling the galaxy, battling Sith and defending the Republic from the evil Darth Malak. Eventually, you train to be a Jedi, and the choices you make throughout the game—everything from your dialogue choices to major plot actions—will change whether you join the Jedi, and their quest for peace and light, or the Sith, and their quest for evil and darkness. It’s not the most complicated plot in the world—KOTOR II, the Obsidian-developed sequel, delved further into dark plot lines—but there’s plenty of complex decisions you’re forced to make throughout your adventures.
Don’t let the age of KOTOR freak you out—this is a great port, with a few flaws in terms of graphic quality and also in terms of occasional game-breaking bugs (also ported over from the original game). At only $9.99, you’re looking at 30-40 hours of gameplay ahead of you, battling Sith masters, droids, and warriors alike. Overall, KOTOR might seem expensive for a mobile game, but the quality of what you’re getting makes it worth every cent.
At first glance, Evoland may seem like yet another easy cash-in, working off the backs of successful pixel-art titles released over the last decade. Though the game might not be anything groundbreaking in terms of video games, mobile or otherwise, it’s impossible to ignore what makes this game so great. Unlike other pixel-based games you can grab from Google Play, Evoland isn’t just about following an unoriginal adventure and a silent protagonist. Evoland is about the evolution of RPGs in general, from simple 8-bit sprites all the way to current day three-dimensional graphics. And while there are certainly some gripes to be had with some of the game’s mechanics, Evoland knows what it is, and more than anything, that is a victory for the game itself.
Evoland opens with your character displayed in classic, black and white 8-bit graphics. In a lot of ways, the first few moments of this game look exactly like The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Adventure for the original Game Boy, with a young boy set as the protagonist. The world is surrounded in black, except for the areas to your left and right, displaying two chests. As you begin to move around the world, you build out the abilities you have in the game, earning notifications for your unlocks.
The earliest parts of this game limit you to moving around the world, finding chests and unlocking not just new abilities, but new effects as well. For example, the game is played completely silent until you find a chest containing “Sound FX,” which input some standard footsteps and other noises into the world around you (the music for the game comes later, locked in a separate chest). Camera movement, weapons, and even enemies are all unlocked in the first few minutes of playing the game, as you use the chests to effectively build the world around you.
Eventually, upon upgrading your graphics, adding color, and learning the basics of the game, you finally unlock the “story” of Evoland, which is told with a basic title crawl and is effectively functions as an excuse to create some form of gameplay over unlocking additional chests. The game pokes fun at the weak excuse for a story with its notification, but that doesn’t quite erase the disappointing story from still existing. You can do meta-narratives correctly, but here, the story fumbles along in the background.
The first twenty or thirty minutes of this game feel as fresh as anything we’ve seen on the Play Store previously. Hidden references and nods to moments in gaming history, like the SNES’s Mode 7 map, expand the game in ways you don’t see coming. The first few moments of the game feel nearly identical to classic Zelda games. with a focus on sword-based combat using an action button. Once you unlock an overworld, however, combat changes into a turn-based RPG system coming straight out of SNES-based Final Fantasy games. Random encounters are added, and though the game retains some of its traditional combat when you’re in a village, town, or cave, the turn-based system feels so much better that you’ll inevitably wish the whole game utilized that combat style. Some other references, including adult townsfolk that won’t talk to you while you’re a child, or locked areas until you upgrade your equipment, do a fantastic job in making this feel like the 90s games it’s emulating without going too over the top.
Evoland isn’t without some flaws, both technical and mechanical, and several of those problems relate back to the controls. Though you unlock a circle pad over your D-pad within the first few moments of the game, moving your character in this game never feels fantastic. Because you’re moving your character over a grid-based system for much of the game, but your character can move in 360 degrees, it’s easy to get caught on elements of the environments, like rocks and trees. Despite playing through much of the game, I never improved at navigating through the world without some issue, and this also translated into problems with the combat. Getting hit by an enemy in Evoland is a one-hit kill, booting you back to the main menu, and since it’s easy to accidentally walk into an enemy, deaths can often feel unfair or cheap.
The problems with Evoland’s controls don’t stop there, though. I ran into multiple glitches during my playthrough, whether from switching apps, turning off my phone’s display, or even just from taking a screenshot caused the game to glitch, reverting the circle pad bad to a locked D-pad. The only way to fix the game was to find a save point, save the game, then reboot our file. This happened several times during our playthrough, and while it’s an easy fix, it’s still frustrating to reply to a text message and find your game glitching out. It’s also worth noting the game doesn’t seem to support any amount of physical controls. No matter what I tried, using a Bluetooth controller with Evoland seems to be a no-go, a strange omission since the game was originally released on PC in 2013.
Problems aside, Evoland is an excellent addition to RPGs on Android. Unlike so many mobile games before it, Evoland seems to understand the history of classic games like Zelda and Final Fantasy at a core level, including wink-nudge references and in-jokes that give the game a distinct sense of humor. Though a bit pricey at $4.99 on the Play Store, as a crash course in classic game history and as a quality RPG on its own, Evoland is worth picking up. The game begins to slow down a bit in the latter half of the game, as unlocks and upgrades become more rare and the game refocuses its attention on the plot. Despite some missteps with its story and control system, Evoland is a great game for the classic gamer in all of us.
Dungeon Quest isn’t your classic role-playing game for Android. This one is all about action; however, it does have a lot of role-playing elements to it. You can create a Wizard, Rogue, or Warrior, and then customize them with endless amounts of weapons and armour. There’s a gear-based skill and talent system, as well as a Crystal and Mythstone crafting system that gives you even more control over armor and weapon options.
The game has plenty of content for playing offline. There are actually four total acts, each with a large boss that you’ll have to defeat in order to progress to the next act. You’ll venture through tons of different environments, and face all sorts of enemies, and in masses, too. There’s a Pet system, where you can choose and customize a friend to take with you on your journey!
If you get tired of playing offline and alone, when you’re around a WiFi or cellular connection, you can choose to go online and play on multiplayer.
If you love open worlds and immersive storytelling like Skyrim and Morrowind, you’ll love what The Elder Scrolls: Blades has to offer. Android hasn’t seen an open world to the extent of Morrowind, and now, we have just that in The Elder Scrolls: Blades. It’s one of the first massive first person role playing games to come to Android.
The Elder Scrolls: Blades has an excellent character creation screen, allowing you to truly dive into this open world with your own unique appearance and skill sets. You’ll be able to discover and find unique weapons, armor and abilities that you’ll be able to use to venture through the world and fight the legendary enemies and hordes within.
It has a really good quest system in place. In summary, The Blades, the Empire’s top soldiers, are forced into exile. After you create your character, you head to your home city, only to find it destroyed, possibly something to deal with the exiled Blades. You’ll quest to unravel the mystery, and in the progress, attempt at rebuilding your home town to greatness.
You can sign up for Early Access at the download link above.
One of our favorite offline role-playing games is Knights of Pen & Paper 2. This one takes on a unique style, actually resembling how a tabletop role-playing game like Dungeons & Dragons might play out. You have a Game Master at the table, and then your party members, as well as yourself. The Game Master guides you through the game, and helps you make decisions during combat and exploration through mysterious environments.
In typical tabletop fashion, Knights of Pen & Paper 2 takes on a turn-based fashion, so the game does play out a little bit slower. It has some retro 8-bit graphics, which actually look really nice on mobile.
There are plenty of character classes that you can choose and build out. There are the newly released Druid and Psion, and then you have the classics like Wizard, Warrior, and others. There’s a complete skill system that can upgrade your abilities, and Knights of Pen & Paper 2 also has a substantial amount of customization as far as weapons and armor goes. There’s even a crafting system where you can combine armor together to make, well, better armor!
Give Knights of Pen & Paper 2 a shot — you won’t regret it!
The Bard’s Tale is one of the earliest role-playing games to land on Android. In the game, you play as the Bard who is on a quest for treasures. You’ll join characters and keep them healed as you all work together to defeat enemies and reach the end of the game.
There’s not really a serious end-game boss or goal to defeat or reach in this game. The Bard’s Tale is a very comedic tale, featuring hilarious dialog and plenty of funny quests. The world itself is beautiful, and full of very detailed graphics. One highlight of The Bard’s Tale is that the game includes a whole 14-hours of awesome voice acting from Hollywood talent.
This immersive world will provide you with plenty of content to keep you busy for 20-30 hours, and based on the hilarious dialog, you might even consider a second playthrough!
This is actually one of the few role-playing games that are really hardware intensive. That said, it’s recommended that your phone is running a 1GHz or higher CPU at least, an Adreno 205 graphics unit or better. The Tegra 2, SGX 540 or Mali 400 or higher GPUs will work just fine as well. If you have a modern flagship smartphone, you easily meet these requirements.
Eternium: Mage and Minions is a cross between your traditional role-playing game and a hack-and-slash action game a la Diablo 3. The game has an immersive and multiple thrilling story lines that you’ll be able to partake in; however, there’s also a vast and detailed world that you’ll be able to explore and dump hours upon hours of time into.
Depending on the world or environment you enter, you’ll be able to battle robots and aliens, beasts and demons, and even the undead. There’s a lot of touch controls that will keep you very engaged in the gameplay — you’ll tap around the world to move your character, and then you’ll also swipe in different combinations to cast different spells on your enemies.
Similar to games like Diablo 3, you’ll be able to select your class — Mage, Warrior or Bounty Hunter — and then wield a sword, axe, staff or gun to take into combat. As you progress through the game, your character will level up to learn new abilities, which is where the swiping function we talked about comes in.
You can put an endless amount of hours into this game, because, not only are there three distinct and vast worlds to explore and conquer, but you can also fight enemies in an endless amount of automatically generated levels.
The game can be played online; however, you can take Eternium: Mage and Minions offline for some no Wi-Fi fun after a couple of content downloads. Just make sure you have the room on your phone!
If you loved the time of 8-bit retro games, you’ll love the vast adventure content that Exiled Kingdoms has to offer players. It’s a slight upgrade over the 8-bit style, taking on more of a early 2000’s style akin to Diablo 2. That said, the graphics aren’t the best by today’s standard, but it has an immersive storyline that’ll easily keep your attention.
It takes on an action RPG style, giving you the top down perspective in a tap-to-move world. Exiled Kingdoms’ goal is to drop you in a challenging environment that you can truly have an impact on. There’s a consequence with every choice, and there are multiple paths to develop out your character and affect the world as a whole. There are dozens of quests, beautifully written dialog, over 135 areas to explore, and an endless amount of mysteries to uncover.
Exiled Kingdoms says that there’s about 120 hours of gameplay in this game, which will keep you busy for weeks to come. Pick your class, upgrade your character, and bring peace to the Exiled Kingdoms once and for all.
Fire Emblem Heroes is Nintendo’s much-loved and hit strategy role-playing game. Originally thought of and launched twenty five years ago, Fire Emblem Heroes has been reinvented for both Android and iOS platforms. Players will summon characters from all across the Fire Emblem universe, teaming up with them to bring peace to the universe.
The game is full of content that will keep you busy for weeks — Nintendo has put over seven hundred story stages in this game for players to complete. There are different difficulty modes to really get your strategic skills moving — you’ll clear story stages, which then give you Orbs. Orbs are used for summing other Fire Emblem Heroes, who can help you out in battle and clear more story stages. Nintendo regular adds new stages to the game, always keeping you busy with fresh content.
Since this is strategy role-playing game, the battles are turn-based. These strategic battles will require you to think hard about the advantages and disadvantages of each Hero’s weapon, as well as the choices that you make in battle. Unlike many games, the touch and drag controls are actually precise and easy to maneuver with. Or, instead of making complicated decisions, you can simply attack by swiping one of your Heroes over an enemy.
Fire Emblem Heroes is a ton of fun, and if you’re looking for plenty of offline content, this game will be right up your alley.
Portal Knights is one of the newer role-playing games to arrive on Android, placing you in a cooperative 3D sandbox where you’ll be able to fight solo or with your friends.
The game can be played offline, giving you plenty of solo content to play; however, if you ever happen to be around a wireless connection, you can play local multiplayer with your friends.
In Portal Knights, there’s a character progressions system like many typical role-playing games. You’ll be able to level up your character as you progress through the game and complete quests. You can craft powerful gear in order to upgrade your character’s skills, and really make yourself a force to be reckoned with. And you’ll definitely need that armor and upgraded skills when you go to defeat the epic boss battles.
Players will be able to explore dozens of generated islands, and can work solo or together to restore peace to the world. As you explore, you’ll be able to meet inhabitants of the different worlds, complete their quests, and even recruit some of the citizens to your own homeland.
When you want a break from exploring the vast world, you can actually create and architect your own island. Even with touch controls, you’ll be able to build up amazing and jaw-dropping structures in Portal Knights’ Creative Mode. You can mine and father resources, and then build your homeland up with plenty of different materials and furnishings.
Looking to jump into a role-playing hack and slash adventure? Then look no further than Gameloft’s Dungeon Hunter 5. The world has been thrust into case because of the rise of the Dragons. And now, people of the world are attempting to survive in this apocalyptic land, fending off bands, monsters, terrors of the night, and more. You will play as a mercenary or bounty hunter who is given a choice: fighting for good or terrorizing the people of the world in your quest for prosperity.
One of the highlights of Dungeon Hunter 5 is the excellent graphics. Few games have been able to obtain the visuals that Gameloft has been able to obtain in this game. Suffice to say, it looks excellent. The graphics really “pop” on displays like Galaxy S10 or even the Google Pixel 3.
You can choose to play offline in this challenging world, or you can head online and join in on a multiplayer co-op mode. There is tons of customization in this game as well — equip your characters with over 900 unique and different pieces of armor and weaponry, upgrading your mercenary or bounty hunter enough to be able to handle even some of the most fierce enemies. Or, you can take your character into Player versus Player combat, see who can best each other and climb the competitive leaderboard.
Minecraft: Pocket Edition is a role-playing sandbox game. Originally developed by Mojang Games, and ever since Microsoft took over, the game has a ton of different aspects and mechanics to it.
It has a lot of traditional role-playing elements, allowing you to equip your character with armor and weapons. The game has an extensive crafting system, where one portion of that system will allow you to craft your own armor and weapons, whether that be chest plates, boots, swords, bows, arrows, etc.
The crafting system actually intertwines with Minecraft’s massive sandbox system. You’ll be able to craft different items to help you gather materials — such as axes, mining picks, and more — which can then be turned into different materials for building structures, and even furnishings to outfit those structures with! You can even create modes of transportation, like boats and rail cars, to traverse vast amounts of water and land.
In addition to the crafting system, Minecraft actually has some story elements that you can follow as well. You can venture into the Nether, and then to the End Game to fight Minecraft’s epic boss — the Ender Dragon. And since Microsoft took over, there are a couple of other epic bosses that players will be able to challenge — the Elder Guardian, The Wither, and the Wither Storm as well.
The game doesn’t have a storyline that you can follow; however, Minecraft does have elements in its crafting system to help you create your own story line through maps, notebooks, and signs. Get creative, because the sky’s the limit in Minecraft!
If you love the concept of Minecraft, but wish there was more of a story game, you’ll want to definitely check out Telltale Games’ adaption: Minecraft: Story Mode. You play as Jesse, and join a squad of heroes who all traverse together through a thrilling story line through Telltale Games’ own creation of the Minecraft world. In season one, you and the gang vanquish one of Minecraft’s most fierce bosses — The Wither Storm. The gang becomes the saviors of the world, and becomes famous heroes.
But as all story goes — there’s never a happy ending. A new evil arises in season two, which requires Jesse and the squad to uncover the mysteries of a hidden, ancient underground temple. There’s plenty of great and funny dialog, as well as multiple choice options that you can make. The visuals in the game are nice as well, particularly on newer devices like the Galaxy S10, Pixel 3, etc.
One of the neat things about Minecraft: Story Mode is that it’s broken up into episodes. All episodes aren’t available straight away, as Telltale Games releases them over a couple of months; however, each episode gives you hours of content that you can enjoy, particularly if you’re trying to see how all of the multiple-choice options play out in the end!
Pocket Troops: Tactical RPG is a different type of role-playing game, thrusting right in the middle of a cartoon-style battlefield. You’re the commander, and you have squadrons of miniature troops to command and control. Your job is to place them in strategic positions for maximum combat efficiency. You’ll lead your rag tag group of soldiers into battle, and fight against powerful military strong bosses.
You can build your own team of advanced and strong soldiers, venture through the single-player campaign, and when you get bored, you can go online and compete against other players. Despite Pocket Troops’ cartoon-ish style and many comedic themes, Pocket Troops is actually one of the few role-playing games on Android that has a fully fleshed out backstory.
Pocket Troops actually gives you your own military base that you can upgrade and advance as well. There are different facilities where you can upgrade different aspects of weaponry, and is a place where your squad can come to rest.
So if you’re ready to take part in an awesome story line, bring together your own custom squad of various troop classes, and show military strongmen who the boss is, download this game for free and play today!
In this awesome RPG, you’ll be transported to a medieval world. One that requires strength, tenacity, and a measure of fierceness to sustain yourself and fight your way through life. In this fantasy world, you’re the hero tasked with battles and assignments to gain experience and keep climbing the level-ladder.
In Forgotten Tales, you’ll encounter monsters, dragons, orcs, trolls, and plenty more mythical creatures. How you’ll overcome them is up to you: will you risk your life by taking on the challenge of battling against them in your own? Or will you build a band of trustworthy brothers of war to help aid you in times of trouble?
Beyond the adventures of war, there is plenty to discover in this RPG. When you’re not fighting for your life, you’ll be discovering treasure, finding new deserts or getting lost in vast forestry. Be sure to carefully in both dungeons and caves, and maybe, just maybe, you’ll make your way out to see the sun again. Forgotten Tales is free on Google Play, and it’s an exciting game you won’t want to miss.
LEGO and Star Wars had provided entertainment separately for both young and old many, many moons ago. But over the past 20 years, they have often combined their efforts and it’s been nothing but successful. What began in ‘99 with a buildable LEGO X-Wing, has grown into seemingly endless LEGO Star Wars films, block sets, games, and general merchandise. And now in the digital age of smartphones, let’s not forget the apps.
In this fantastic app, you may notice that this is not merely another hybrid of LEGO and Star Wars, but it goes even further, becoming a hybrid story of LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game and LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy. In the game, you’ll have to play through different tasks and levels to unlock more than 120 characters, and take advantage of both sides of The Force.
On the hardware and controls side of things, you’ll be able to choose to use your device in more of a “controller”-style, or simply use it as you typically would with apps as a classic touchscreen. Because this game is so vast, please be forewarned that it’s going to take up a good amount of your device’s battery-life. But for many, that’s hardly a cost for the amount of awesomeness LEGO Star Wars TCS has to offer.
Speaking of games that have been around for awhile, Final Fantasy has been beloved by many for over thirty years now. For the seasoned-gamer, Final Fantasy is among the classics that have made so many memories. And because of the game’s lifespan, it’s something they can pass on to their children, especially as we see so many of these great classics evolving with technology. What started on the original NES has now come all this way to our smart devices, which means it’s even more accessible for this generation than the last.
While this game is huge (we’re talking over 3GB, soon-to-be 4), you won’t regret it. The storyline alone is worth it, as you’ll work tirelessly to find Princess Garnet, who is the heir of Alexandria. There are so many plot twist (but we can’t offer spoilers) and adventures in this game, between meeting new people, forming alliances with others, and getting to the bottom of the impending doom before it’s too late.
In Final Fantasy, some of the best parts of the game are in the details that seem minor at first glance. Between armor build-ability, mini games, achievements, new skills, and more, each little detail is there to create a game-focused app that will provide hours and hours of entertainment for a long time to come.
If you’re in need of some comedic relief, look no further than Crashlands. While this game has a seemingly endless array of awesome gameplay, the tone of the storyline and banter between friends as you go along is well worth noting. Not only will you have fun playing, but hopefully you’ll get quite a kick out of even the most basic of dialogue as it was intended. Basically, if you need a good laugh, Crashlands is the game for you.
So what is Crashlands actually about anyway? Basically, you’re an alien trucker who lives in the galaxies. You’ll gain experience through a number of things: battling monsters, cooking new recipes, and more. As you level up, more and more places will be unlocked for you to explore. But with all new planets and galaxies come never-before-seen enemies too, so be sure to be on your guard.
One of the best things about Crashlands is how diverse it is. You can go from battling alien enemies and taming strange creatures to building a base, working on your house, cooking food, playing delivery-guy, and more. Crashlands is essentially a game built for you to never tire of playing it, and honestly, we’re more than ok with that.
Last Day On Earth is — as you might expect — set in a post apocalyptic world in the year 2027. An unknown infection secretly spreads across mankind, killing its hosts wherever it can. However, those people don’t stay dead — they rise from the dead and turn into zombies, making it difficult for a small group of survivors — thanks to the resistance in their blood — to thrive in this apocalyptic world.
In this role-playing survival game, you’ll have to watch statistics like your character’s, hunger and thirst levels. If you don’t watch them carefully, you’ll end up losing health, and eventually, dying. On top of watching your character’s statistics, you’ll have to collect valuable resources for crafting, create weapons, and even transportation for traversing around this vast apocalyptic world.
Create fortifications to fend off against hundreds, if not thousands of zombies. Or, gear up and raid other survivors’ camps for resources. If you think you can survive in this dangerous world, hit the download button above!
How To Train Your Dragon has become an extremely popular cartoon-based movie, and now, it’s been turned into a role-playing game adaption for Android! In Dragons: Rise of the Berk, you’ll join Hiccup, Toothless, and friends to protect your village from invading enemies who insist on bringing chaos to Berk.
It was once a peaceful land, but now you’ll have to discover what exactly these new enemies want, and why they want to destroy your homeland of Berk. While you follow this immersive story line, you’ll also train your own dragon, progressively helping them discover new powers that can help defend Berk against the mysterious enemies that be.
Dragons: Rise of the Berk isn’t like other movie adaptions though; this game is full of content that will keep you busy for weeks. There are over four hundred dragons to discover, including our favorites that we’re already familiar with from the movie, such as Toothless, Stormfly, and even Skullcrusher. In addition to discovering new dragons, there are seventy five different species that you’ll be able to collect.
With 60 unique islands in the Viking territory, you’ll have plenty of different story-based missions to complete across the world of Berk. There are stunning visual effects in this game, which are enhanced through modern day flagship phones that bring unmatched clarity, such as the Galaxy S10. You can play this game offline in single-player mode with the many different missions; however, there are modes that allow you to test your strength against other rides in Brawl and Gauntlet game modes.
Finally, in addition to all of the awesome role-playing mechanics this game has, there are city-building mechanics where you can build out your own version of the world of Berk, creating facilities, homes, and other types of infrastructure. It’s worth a try!
These are twenty of the best role-playing games that you can play without a wireless connection on Android. We’re only scratching the surface on the amount of no WiFi role-playing games out there, but we can reassure you that these are some of the best that you can play on Android today.
Do you have a favorite role-playing game that doesn’t require WiFi or a data connection? Let us know in the comments section below, and it may end up on our list at some point!