So I’ve been without the net for a little bit. And yeah, it sucks. It makes talking to friends that I made online, pretty difficult, but it’s also cut down on thr games I can play on my tablet and phone. Because who wants to eat up all their data playing games when everything else requires it too? So I’ve downloaded and played a bunch of easy going games to play that don’t require the net. Some of them are card games, some are simulation games, and some are just plain goofy. **The games I am about to mention can be found in the Google Play Store, I’m not to sure about Apple’s App Store. If you can find them in the App Store, leave a comment to let everyone know!**
#1 on my list is a card game that is goofy, delves a little bit into the occult, and is a good time killer. Underhand is the title of the game. This game puts you in charge of a small cult and you have to manage it while keeping suspision off of you, making sure you don’t run out of food, and summoning the dark gods. While it sounds like a lot and not an easy going game, it totally is. If you’re playing with headphones or in your home, a radio announcer will pop up on certain choices. If you aren’t offended by the occult and can laugh at the little things, then I reccommend this game. I have it on both my phone and tablet. This game is a free to play game as well. No adds and no microtransactions!!
#2 is a game matching game like Bejeweled called Jewels Star. It has 3 game modes: Classic, Arcade, and Mineral. It’s a free to play game on the Play Store, I think it’s in the App Store as well. There are a few little ads but they are on the bottom of the screen and don’t get in the way of the board. There are about 3 powers that help you score quickly. The backgrounds are pretty awesome. They consist of artwork of plants in alien systems, dual moon skyscapes, and looking down on a gas giant, just to name a few.
#3 is a little clicker game called Brew Town. You get to run a brewing company. You get to control the research on different types of beer, like lager, ipa, and ales, to name a few. You get to brew it, send it out, and sell it in a tiny bar. You get to advance in the game by upgrading your hops. I’m not going to spoil the different types of hops for you guys, I want you to play the game and enjoy it! This game rewards you for playing everyday. You get to pick 1 card out of 4 for your prize and everyday is different!
#4 will make you want to eat cakes and sweets all day long. Bonbon Cakery puts you charge of a little cake shop. You get rewarded for playing everyday with things called premium tickets, which are a big help in the game. I think they can be bought using real money, but if you play a little bit everyday, it’s not needed. Moving away from the tickets, you get to create different treats like cakes, parfaits, and tarts. You also get to sell your treats from a little food truck! It’s a cute little game that will make you want to open up your own little bakery.
#5 is a ragdoll physics game that will help you with the feelings of pushing people down stairs! Stair Dismount lets you push crash test dummies from all sorts of places. Stairs, cliff sides, ski jumps are a few places. There a couple bundles you can purchase, some are just for skins, or locations, or to be able to have your dummy break as it falls from whatever ledge you push it from. There is also 1 bundle to buy that unlocks everything. Those are the only things purchasable, but you can still have fun without buying any of it. This game is on both the Play Store and App Store. I found this game a few years ago with my 1st or 2nd gen iPod Touch. (Yikes, that was a while ago!! O.o)
There are just a couple of the ones I play. They make for good time killers when you’re stuck at home, in the backseat of a vehicle (it’s a crappy place to be as an adult, lol), or even at th doctor’s office. And like I said, they don’t require the use of data to play, only to download them. Give them a whirl and let me know what you guys think of them! What are your favorite games to play that don’t require the net or data?