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The Top Ten Best Offline Games For Android Under 100MB – RevAdVert

The Top Ten Best Offline Games For Android Under 100MB – RevAdvert

Section 1: 10. Lines


Clips of animated characters flittering about are known as ‘lines’. That is what we thought, anyway. A quick search of Google Play in the ‘lines’ section of the store does indeed turn up a rather…wide selection. By broad I mean highly niche. I’ve only seen it once in my own search. These were games that had made it into the Google Play store and had ended up hidden under the ‘lines’ label. Lately, I have found that there have been a number of games from this genre that are worth looking at, so that article has been added to.

As a counterpoint to the article by Mr. Basti, I thought I would include a list of what I consider to be the very best lines games on Android, in no particular order.

9. Solitaire

Solitaire is a very old classic game, but there are plenty of modern versions as well. By far the most popular of the various online solitaire games, there is an offline version as well. With over 200 million downloads on the Play Store, this is one of the best choices for an offline game.

You can play this game on multiple devices, and it is safe for multiple players to play together. This game is now free to download, but there are options available to purchase some of the add-ons. If you are looking for a classic games, this is one of the best options.

If you download the most popular solitaire, it will also give you access to a few other interesting games.

Solitaire (Free)

8. Snake

In 2012, an Australian man was charged with treason for cracking the screen of his Samsung Galaxy S3 in a bid to play Snake without any data connection. To be fair, there were many an Android user who didn’t use microSD cards at all. They relied solely on the internal memory. However, such games just aren’t the best for mobile phones due to their processing requirements. Therefore, even if your phone doesn’t have RAM issues (it’s generally a good idea to install games on RAM-light devices if you have multiple apps running in the background), there is a case to be made for these games not being optimized for lower-powered devices, especially low-cost ones.

Nevertheless, this is still a fine game, with fantastic sound effects and unique gameplay mechanics.

7. Memory

If you are into puzzling and puzzle games, you should definitely try out Memory, which has a lot of little things to see and do in the many screens it offers, in which you are the main character and all you have to do is interact with the objects that present themselves to you. It’s not difficult to figure out what you need to do and it’s not even difficult to learn how to do it either. Memory takes place all over the place, and you’ll see that more and more as you go, but it’s not so difficult to learn the basics and if you do, it will be enjoyable as anything.

6. Splash!

Like Ducky Too but in a totally different style, Splash! is a simple app with some great features, including in-app purchases, but you’ll never run out of them, that’s for sure. The whole game is free to play, but a few of the paid modes – and all the DLC – are locked behind a single, unlockable box. There’s no in-app purchases in this game whatsoever.

(Screenshot: Splash! for Android)

With just a few taps you can float and swim around this wonderful pixelated world and even start taking on challenges, but don’t expect an in-depth gameplay as this is essentially a collection of levels you can play in your leisure time.

(Screenshot: Splash! for Android)

5. Bubbles

There are plenty of bubbles out there, but most of them are unfortunately, made for handheld devices. Bubbles is a brand new and fully 3D mobile puzzle game that you can either download from the Play Store for free or buy from the Gearbest store for $0.99. In this game, you’re tasked with attempting to turn colored bubbles into water using just the touch of a finger. But it’s actually much more complex than that, as you can make different formations by moving the bubbles around in order to achieve each desired result.

Platform: Android

Cost: Free with in-app purchases

If you want to save a bit of cash, you can always get a promo code from Gearbest and get some added cash back on a game that’s that cheap!

4. Matching Game

It’s hard to get bored in the first three minutes, in Matching Game you start off with a simple match and then unlock more levels and more content that will get harder and harder with each match.

Like the name says, the objective is to match 4 identical pictures. That’s it. That’s how the game is and there is not much else to it. This game is actually a parody of the original game Snood, which is a very popular game that is also very hard.

This game has since been pulled from the store but you can still try it on Amazon.

Related: Best Android Apps 2017

3. Tetris (Puzzle Game)

Tetris is a classic puzzler, where you need to place falling pieces to match them and increase your score. The game is a simple grid, in which pieces disappear as soon as they hit a wall. The game’s overall design is basic, but you can customize the game with new pieces with endless uses. You can play the game offline in just one tap of a button – simply remove the theme and game data. This particular game has been updated to support tap-to-sleep mode, which makes the game much easier to play on the go. The puzzle game is one of the best options for finding that sweet-spot in your download limit.

2. Temple Run 2 (Game)

There’s nothing quite like this game. Temple Run 2 is the sequel to the popular iOS game Temple Run.

1. Chess (Board Game)

Chess is a game of choice and logic, where you have to use all of your wisdom and logic to end up in a victory as you can hardly do it with your heart. The premise of the game is to checkmate the opponent’s King. Chess was first written in the 18th century, but it was just recently published on the Android devices by an Indian mobile game developer. Some simple guidelines about the game are as follow:

-You need to be online at all times,

-If a piece is captured, you get to replace it with a new one, and

-there are various pieces, including the king, the queen, and the pawns.

The game is free to play, with in-app purchases available to help you achieve your goal faster. You can use the currency earned through each battle to buy additional moves, depending on what you need.




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