Top 25 FREE OFFLINE iPhone & iPad Games  | iOS No internet required
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Top 25 FREE OFFLINE iPhone & iPad Games | iOS No internet required

October 8, 2019


25. Opening our list of Top 25 Free Offline iOS
games is Castle Doombad: Free to Slay This recent addition to the iOS’s collection
of free games is a reverse tower defense game from Adult Swim. In the quest to kidnap the princess, you,
Dr. Lord Evilstein, have unwittingly invited a herd of knights, archers, and heroes into
your evil lair. Shoo them off your property in 45 maniacal
levels. Send out your minions, or stack and combine
your traps to keep those heroes at bay, and the princess firmly yours. It has a PlayScore of 8.73 24. Landsliders Do you feel the need? The need for…collecting? Then slide across this infinite land filled
with your chosen character’s favorite things. Be a panda and collect bamboo shoots, or a
tornado with a hunger for homes. Earn enough coins so you can buy new characters
with their own unique cravings. Collect all the items and complete quests,
and you’ll be literally transported to a whole new level. Each world will be littered with various obstacles
and deadly foes so slide with caution! It has a PlayScore of 8.73 23. Bardbarian Growing bored of fancy swordplay, Brad the
barbarian sets out to defeat monster invaders with the power of music. Use Brad’s axe guitar to summon allies into
battle and inspire them with buffs and spells. Take from the decaying corpses of your fallen
enemies to unlock upgrades for Brad, the town, and his friends. So metal! With its hand-drawn art and hybrid gameplay,
Bardbarian makes for a great tower defense with a fun blend of RPG. It has a PlayScore of 8.75. 22. Capitals – Free Word Battle Unlock your inner Shakespeare in this turn-based
multiplayer word game. Unlike other word games, you’re gonna need
a good strategy to win. Form words on the game’s hexagonal grid
to cover a larger area and expand your territory. Getting the proverbial checkmate can be done
by capturing your opponent’s primary tile. It’s a cute, fun, and simple game to play
with your friends. But you should have probably better words
than that. It has a PlayScore of 8.75. 21. Tennis Champ Returns A rebirth of the Amiga classic. Return to the days of old with a Tennis Game
that was a major success 20 years ago. Now, the graphics feel livelier and the physics
more enhanced, but it hasn’t lost its retro feel. It makes the entire experience new, yet classic
at the same time. Exclusive to the iOS, experience its career
mode with up to 200 missions and be the best Tennis player out there. Did we mention it can let you exchange power
shots with other players online? It has a PlayScore of 8.78 20. ZENONIA 4 From the first Zenonia series, Regret comes
back as the main protagonist in this fourth installment of one of the best RPG’s to hit
the iOS. In this installment, a dark lord is trying
to take over Zenonia. It is up to Regret and his fairy friend Anya
to stop him. As usual, GAMEVIL USA serves us a beautiful
RPG with dynamic battles and epic adventures with a side of adorable artwork. It has a PlayScore of 8.79. 19. Bad Piggies The pigs of the Angry Birds franchise are
taking the stage in more physics-based puzzles. Help the green porkers get through 200 levels
using crazy contraptions and home-made flying machines. Collect nuts and bolts to widen your scope
of engineering and express your creativity in 9 sandbox levels. Happy with your creations? Then share it with the world. Because hey, everything is possible when pigs
can fly! It has a PlayScore of 8.8. 18. Egg, Inc. In this cookie clicker game–or should I say
cookie clucker–you must turn your humble poultry farm into a laboratory filled with
the secrets of the universe. Although it’s a different premise, the mechanics
are pretty much like other clickers. Tap on your button to make chickens, make
money from your eggs, add a few upgrades to increase efficiency, and then tap some more. Before you know it, you’ll have robots and
machine learning incubators! It has a PlayScore of 8.81 17. Robot Unicorn Attack 2. A worthy sequel to the trippiest runner on
the mobile, Robot Unicorn Attack 2 marks the return of their quirky and mesmerizing adventure
with new features including the ability to finally fly! Join between two warring factions in a psychedelic
world. It’s either you pick Team Inferno or Team
Rainbow and embark on a perilous quest to climb the leaderboards. Customize your Unicorn to its most dazzling
form, and unlock abilities to be one fabulous war machine. It has a PlayScore of 8.82 16. Uppercup Football Enjoy this unique soccer game that doesn’t
necessarily have to be soccer. Use your fingers and help these younglings
achieve their dreams of becoming a professional soccer player. Or not. Travel to various places from all around the
world to kick, kick, and yes, kick that ball to score a goal. It has over 100 levels and tons of football
humor for the hardcore fans. And just because it’s soccer doesn’t mean
you get to play it with a soccer ball. So expect more surprises because this game
has a PlayScore of 8.83 15. Crossy Road A game that asks the age old question on “Why
did the chicken cross the road?”, well the answer is simple: To climb the leaderboards
and avoid the perils of mass transit. Inspired by the 1981 game Frogger, guide your
little chick in… well, crossing the road. There’s no need to explain much about the
game but it’s an addictive treat for players who just want to sit down and play casually
while listening to the game’s adorable tunes. It has a PlayScore of 8.85 14. Super Stickman Golf 3 This sequel to the award winning stick series
is better and bigger than ever. NoodleCake Studios brings you a game that
takes a whole new spin to the series. Face off with over 20 unique courses with
real-time or turn-based golf modes and collect stuff with the game’s card collecting feature. For added fun, players can also customize
their own character with hats, powerups and more. It definitely sets the par compared to its
predecessors. It has a PlayScore of 8.86 13. Plants vs Zombies 2: It’s About Time With Plants vs Zombies being a worldwide hit,
Electronic Arts made a good decision making this sequel. This time, you’ll have to defeat Dr. Zomboss’
ghastly ghouls from ancient times and the distant future. Battle robotic minions and transylvanian cohorts
in 11 new worlds. But, no worries, with a new assortment of
powerups and plants like lava guavas, laser beans and more, zombie killing will be a cakewalk! It has a PlayScore of 8.88. 12. Pretentious game Beneath this bulky bunch of blocks hides a
dark secret. Yes, it looks like an uber simplistic game
that hardly deserves a second look. But, it’s actually a deeply profound game
that revolves around a captivating love story. Prove your love by solving the puzzles in
each chapter and watch yourself get hooked to this games mesmerizing atmosphere. I’m not crying over colored squares, but you
definitely will be. It has a pretentious PlayScore of 8.8. 11. Skiing Yeti Mountain Winter Sports takes a chill step into the
iOS with daredevil moves, multiple tracks and the hunt for the elusive Yeti. The game lets you weave across trees, skid
on ice, launch off cliffs and experience the slalom adventure in handcrafted wonder. This game gained positive acclaim due to its
responsive controls, good replayability and the town’s bizarre locales. If anyone wants to take a good breeze and
soar through the snowy mountains, then this game should be for you. It has a PlayScore of 8.89 10. Asphalt 8: Airborne This is by far the best racing game on mobile. With over 200 million players and an expansive
multiplayer content, the game just keeps getting better and better. Rev up your engines and experience the most
visually stunning game to hit the mobile. If not for its visuals, then feast on its
over 140 licensed cars from Lamborghini, Ferrari, Volkswagen and more. So gear up and battle with players from all
around the world and dominate the leaderboards. It’s a candy store for car enthusiasts with
a PlayScore of 8.89 9. Starlit Adventures Embark on adorable adventures in the fantastic
worlds of the starlit Bo and Kikki. Collect gems and fight equally adorable creatures
in this brain-teasing puzzle game. You have 8 worlds to conquer and gigantic
bosses to defeat, but that’s no matter when the game’s rich visuals will dazzle in every
step. It also has responsive touch controls, cute
sticker albums, and unlockable aww-worthy suits! The game is a delightful diversion with a
PlayScore of 8.9. 8. Good Knight Story For a game that’s set in the medieval period,
this one seems the most absurd. Be a Knight as he wakes up with no recollection
of what happened last night. In this crazy turn of events, uncover the
missing memory by getting past 100 levels in its unique Match-3 gameplay mixed with
RPG mechanics. Aside from its quirks, the game has epic boss
battles and heavy customization options. Also the soundtrack is neat! It has a PlayScore of 9.00 7. BitCoin Billionaire Ahh, BitCoin. The internet’s most powerful currency. Forget Dollars, Pesos, and Pounds because
this game takes the BitCoin Business to its casual form. Well, all you have to do is sit down and wait
in this fun idle-clicker game. The game starts off slow since you’re basically
starting with nothing. So improve your BitCoin empire with the game’s
extensive upgradeable options, and make your character the richest on the planet. Did we mention there’s Time-Travel? That’s for you to find out. It has a PlayScore of 9.00 6. Super Cat Tales Cat lovers, rejoice. This cute and adorable game takes platforming
to a kitten-tastic journey. Control Alex and help him reunite with his
fellow feline friends in a mysterious land. On the iOS, feel the smoothness of the game’s
touch controls with over six cats to play with unique abilities. There are tons of hidden secrets to uncover
in this game with more than 50 levels. Aside from that, it’s cute pixel visuals
is the perfect art style for these adorable kitties. It has a PlayScore of 9.06 5. Blendoku 2 Sudoku and colors combine in Blendoku’s colortastic
sequel. Color your way through hundreds of levels,
and brand new modes to play on. Arrange your favorite artist’s palettes in
painting mode, or play with your friends in multiplayer. It also comes with colorblind support that
allows you to change colors to your liking. With intuitive controls and addicting gameplay,
it’s another 2D hit with a PlayScore of 9.09. 4. Bullet Hell Monday With a title that’s a combination of all things
awful, it’s surprisingly good. The visuals first of all is a psychedelic
dream with its hypnotic use of colors and geometric shapes. The game also has loads of content. Guide your ship through the onslaught of bullets
present in every one of the games over 50 stages. Or you can upgrade your ships and test your
flight skills in the game’s endless survival and challenge modes. It’s a feast for the eyes and a relief for
your pockets with a PlayScore of 9.09. 3. Dan The Man Rekindle the beauty of action-brawlers in
this fun game developed by Halfbrick Games, the makers of Fruit Ninja and Jetpack Joyride. Take control of Dan as he saves his village
from an invading evil corporation. Punch, kick, slide, and unleash your fire
fists with the game’s 12 unique levels with memorable boss fights to encounter. Team up with your girlfriend, Josie, for added
fun. It’s a gauntlet of fist-fighting proportions
and it really takes players back to the classic days of retro brawlers. It has a PlayScore of 9.14 2. Planet Quest Tap to the beat of dancing giraffes in this
unique rhythm game. Play an alien abducting animals transforming
mascot creatures into their natural form. Yeah, it sounds ridiculous, but that’s what’s
so great about it. That, and it’s compilation of quirky and original
music. This game is great for long hours of play,
or just a casual round or two to pass the time. It has a PlayScore of 9.22. 1. Kingdom Rush When it comes to the best offline game on
the iOS, it’s Kingdom Rush. Ironhide Games’ creation gave birth to Tower-Defense
games. Fortify your defenses and endure waves and
waves of monsters in this first entry to the award winning Kingdom Rush saga. So plan ahead and make sure you place those
towers right. Stop hordes of goblins and orcs and unleash
the powers of your legendary heroes to get that juicy three stars. This flash game has dominated the gaming industry
with its unique charm. From the browser, to Steam and to the Mobile. This game has a
PlayScore of 9.32

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  1. I just watched a video almost completely identical to this one with just 3 or 4 games different. Wtf?
    Lazy ass youtubers.

  2. Crossy Road is inspiring and kind of cute;There's a new one which doesn't require network and is free, Tadpole Swimmer, a cute game as well

  3. See this for iphone https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00YD549VE/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B00YD549VE&linkCode=as2&tag=852789321-20&linkId=bc4581d008a90b660d3f5ad6f4c8cbeb

  4. Thanks for telling me all these games. I really needed it because we’re going shopping WITH. MY. MOM!
    She takes so long shopping

  5. Why are you guys saying how do you not download games!!! We can it’s just that some of us get wifi only on the weekends and what game are you going to play in the washroom during mathclass and get caught by the annoying girl in your class >:#

  6. I play those games while Iam at the bus I feel really bored so I take sometimes sleeping and sometimes playing ヾ(^∇^)

  7. Thank you very helpful.

    I’m going to Disney in a car with my family and it’ll take atleast 17 hours, and I needed some games to use in the car.

  8. What about that rabbit game? I don’t remember what it was called but it’s a game where you make a hole under a farm and have so many rabbits

  9. See this video 👉Top 5 games for android [No needed WiFi] || ANDRO TECH 👇👇 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7-GQh8pT1wM

  10. peeps are idiot, they said "how to download when you don't have wifi" then why df are they watching this video if they have no wifi.

  11. Why is internet even a thing? Have you ever questioned yourself about this? I have. I mean, why do games need internet?

  12. I subscribed and ring the bell beside the subscribe cause the girl who's explaining every game has a good voice and the game looks good

  13. I also beat running 1 running 2 and running 3, it seems like Hudgames. com has run 3 new update game, I have to try it now

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