If you are looking for a game that you can sink a lot of time in, you will often find yourself hunting for a role-playing game (an RPG). These come in a variety of flavors, each focusing on a different aspect of the genre. Some are just hack-and-slash monster slaying marathons that focus on loot and gear, others go in depth with character development, and there are those that put an emphasis on tactics and prolonged battles.
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No matter the specific flavor, any RPG will usually promise a rich world with unending lore and at least a smidgen of an interesting story. In other words, if you”re about to spend a lot of time with nothing to do but game on your phone, it”s a genre worth exploring.
And since we are so often stuck in places with no Wi-Fi, there”s nothing we dislike more than racing towards our data caps while trying to enjoy a game in single player experience. So, the games here were specifically picked out to work in offline mode. Yeah, you can finally visit grandma out of town and not worry about the lack of coverage, because these games will have you covered!
This is a classic isometric hack-and-slash RPG where the main point is to kill monsters and gather epic loot so that you can kill more monsters. You have three hero classes to pick from — warrior, mage, and rogue. Yeah, it sounds Diablo-esque and, really, the game does feel like it drew some inspiration from the Diablo series. For example, every time you level up, you get stat points to spend on physical attributes, but also skill points to unlock and upgrade various unique skills. With the many weapons in the game, you can definitely make your own focused builds over multiple characters.
This is a beautiful love letter to the history of gaming in the form of an RPG. It starts out in monochrome color with pixelated graphics. As you progress through the game, it evolves to add colors, better graphics, sounds, and music, eventually ending up as a 3D adventure RPG. A pretty cool idea in concept that also happens to be solidly executed. If you enjoy it, but find its story to be a bit short — don”t worry, there”s a sequel available — Evoland 2!
OK, let”s get this out of the way… this game is not pretty to look at. It pays homeage to the RPG games of ye olde days and it goes all in — antiquated graphics and silly animations included. However, if you are capable of getting past that, you will find yourself playing a deep RPG game with tons of build options, a huge world to explore, and a story that”s engaging enough to keep nudging you to play. The soundtrack also helps to suck you in that “classic RPG” feel.
It”s not entirely free — about the time you are level 7, you will find that you need to pay to unlock the full game. But, at that point, you should already have your mind set on whether or not you want to spend $4 on this game.