What games can you play if your internet is down? There are many good games that do not need Wi-Fi, and you only have to choose the genre that fits your gameplay. Read on to find out our recommendations!

    Top 10 Offline Games for Your iPad

    Most games today are online — the process prevents piracy and provides a better experience, especially for multiplayer games. Despite that, there are games you can play on your iPad offline, but it does not include real-money Vegas kazino games where you can get non stop bonus perks. Below are some of the best offline games you can enjoy while your internet is down.

    1. Badland

    Badland already has a sequel, but the original is still one of the best games you can play today if you like puzzle games. The gameplay involves traps, and you need to figure out how to avoid them. 

    There are cool perks in it where you can pick items that will make your character smaller or bigger. Although you can also play it locally in multiplayer, the game is fully functional if you play alone offline. 

    2. Mini Metro

    This is a city-building game where you must build a mass transit system. One may perhaps call it a “train tycoon” game. The maps here are based on real cities, and you must make a transit system that would connect these cities. 

    As you progress, you will have more stations, earn more money, and face more challenges. The goal is not to lose a lot of people from waiting for the trains to move.

    3. Stardew Valley

    This game was originally launched on PC, but then there is now an available iOS version. Stardew Valley is a farming game where you run your very own farm. Here, you can explore the town while waiting for your crops to grow. 

    What makes this a different farming game is that you will meet monsters as you explore mysterious caves. You can also customize your farm to make it unique to your tastes and sensibilities.

    4. Minecraft

    Minecraft is not just for kids. The offline version allows you to create a lot of stuff. It is probably the most successful sandbox game where you create your own world.

    Minecraft essentially gives you the freedom to build. You can have a farm, an iconic structure, a house — you can build anything here. However, you must go online if you want to explore other worlds in the game.

    5. Brothers in Arms 3

    This is a war game where you take the mantle of a soldier. As a third-person shooter game, you will find yourself in a reconstruction of the Second World War. Offline, you will play on the single-player campaign where you have to duke it out with the Nazis. 

    The specific setting is D-Day — one of the most decisive battles in World War 2. You will be deployed in Normandy, and your job is to fight the German army and secure the zone. 

    6. Need for Speed: No Limits

    You can race your way to the championship in this version of Need for Speed or NFS. As one of the most popular racing games, you can finally enjoy it on your iPad. 

    The game starts with a scene where cops are chasing you. From here, you will have the opportunity to build your car from your garage — from scratch. You must complete missions and win races to earn money and then use that money to buy upgrades. 

    7. Asphalt

    In relation to Need for Speed, Asphalt is an offline racing game built specifically for mobile. Although it has some unrealistic content, there is a wide variety of things to do here, like upgrading your car, buying a new car, and racing on off-road tracks.  

    Take note that Asphalt is now on its ninth release. The previous Asphalt games can be played offline, but Asphalt 9 is online only. If you want the game, get the previous versions. 

    8. GTA: San Andreas

    If pen-world gaming is your thing, then GTA: San Andreas is the right choice. It has been around since 2004, and yet it still has a cult following. 

    Here, you will play Carl Johnson. As you return home, trouble begins, and you must find your way to succeed in a world of gangsters. The map is huge, and there are so many things to do here. You do not have to follow the main mission if you do not want to.

    9. Puzzle Games

    There are so many puzzle games that you can download from the app store that you can play for free and offline. 

    Here are some examples:

    • Sudoku
    • Crossword
    • Word-guessing games.

    These are all excellent ways to sharpen your mind and also kill some time. Some of these come with a virtual pet that would give you bonuses and hints as you progress.

    10. Casino Games

    You can play a lot of casino games offline without spending real cash. Instead, you play with in-game currency. Here are some examples:

    • Blackjack
    • Roulette
    • Poker
    • Slot machines.

    If you want, these games also have online versions where you can compete against real people globally. There is no real money involved, but you have the option to buy in-game currency in case you have lost it all already.