We all know that listening to music and playing sports is probably the best stress buster. But sometimes we get stuck in a limited data plan or travel takes us offline. That doesn’t mean you have to be bored.
iPhone is a powerful gaming device and every time you don’t have internet to enjoy them. Whether you’re stuck at the airport or waiting in a queue, sports can take away boredom. We’ve rounded up the top offline games for iPhone to make sure your gaming doesn’t stop.
1. Subway Surfers
Easy to play with endless running mode while dodging obstacles. Subway Surfers has fast-paced acrobatics and smooth controls. In addition to the impressive HD graphics, there are a ton of rewards.
2. Into the Dead 2
The game has seven long chapters, 60 stages and many challenges. The game is loaded with a variety of weapons including explosives and melee weapons. Also, Into the Dead 2 has an impressive atmosphere and if you get bored with the same story, you can try out the daily special events mode.
3. Vector 2
Vector 2 is an easy to play offline game that plunges you into a dystopian world. The game has a test subject who has to keep going through the different floors while avoiding obstacles and jumping and sliding.
After each level, you’ll earn some upgrade tokens that can be used to upgrade armor and other things.
4. Call of Duty: Mobile
If you are looking for a top notch alternative to PUBG, then look no further than Call of Duty: Mobile. This battle royale game has all the bases covered to provide a thrilling survival experience.
For starters, it comes with a 100-player battle royale Battlegrounds, where you can showcase your gaming skills to be the last one standing. In addition, it also includes power-packed 5v5 mathematics and sniper vs sniper battles to put your shooting skills to the test.
With customizable controls, COD comes fully equipped to deliver a console-quality HD gaming experience on your iOS device.
The multiplayer maps are neatly designed so that you can fight multiple players at once and control the game at your own pace. The 3D graphics along with the matching sound enhance its profile.
5. Asphalt 9: Legends
Widely considered the best iPhone racing game, Asphalt 9: Legends is what you should choose from to drive a variety of supercars from reputed manufacturers such as Porsche, W Motors, Ferrari, Lamborghini, and more. Apart from this, it also provides you with a very neat car editor to facilitate you to customize the cars as per the liking of your heart.
There is a single-player mode where you can race at your own pace and complete over 900 events to grow your roster of supercars. However, if you want to put your racing skills to full display, race against up to 7 rival players in the online multiplayer mode. Interestingly, Asphalt lets you form a club of like-minded racers and collaborate with them to unlock big prizes and rule the club leaderboards.
6. 8 Ball Pool
8 Ball Pool is a very addictive pool game. As you may have already guessed, the game is played with 8 balls, which are divided into two groups namely strips and solids. Whoever is able to fall first has to stick with that specific group and pocket all the balls before their opponent. And the one who pockets all his balls wins the game.
7. Idle Magic Academy
If you’ve already run your own zoo, amusement park, and candy store in other commercial simulators, try running a generic version of Hogwarts. Idle Magic Academy lets you enroll non-magical students and teach them the basics of magic, while you expand the schoolhouse by opening dorms, classes, courses, spells, and potions. The gameplay is low key, but of course you have to tolerate ads to play the game for free.
8. Mine craft
Ranked as the number one game in the simulation category, minecraft is the one you should choose to explore infinite worlds and build amazing castles. Probably the best part of this game is the “Creative Mode” which is designed to get the most out of you as a creator. With unlimited resources, Minecraft makes sure you have everything you need to build amazing mansions.
There’s a survival mode where you can craft powerful weapons and use all your might to escape dangerous hordes. To make gaming more exciting, Minecraft lets you modify the gameplay, summon mobs, and even change the time of day. However, what I love the most about this game is the marketplace where it’s fun to discover the latest community creations. Not to mention, you can get texture packs, cool skins, and unique maps from your favorite creators.
9. Dead Trigger 2
For those who love to play zombie games, Dead Trigger 2 should be a favorite choice. In this zombies apocalypse fps shooter, you need to fight for your survival against all odds. It’s about building a safe haven and giving your maximum in nerve-wracking battle scenarios.
You can unlock 10 different areas and showcase your shooting skills in over 30 battlefields. Each battlefield has some twists that put your skills to the fullest. With over 600 gameplay battle scenarios and over 70 types of gun weapons, Dead Trigger has everything covered to deliver hours of high-octane shooting.
10. Dead Cells
As a Roguenia (a mix of procedurally generated roguelike game and action-exploration-based Metroidvania games) action-platformer, Dead Cells never fails to amaze you. Boasting power-packed 2D combat with a wide array of weapons, the game sets you up against brutal minions and bosses. And if you fail to learn the patterns of your enemies, you will be exhausted in no time. So, make a smart strategy and play accordingly to survive.
Speaking of weapons, there’s enough variety in Dead Cells to choose your best bet. And with the necessary customization, it also allows you to fine-tune your weapons to your liking.