Saturday, 11 July 2015

5 best offline Android games


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Limbo is a classic PC indie game that's been launched with great care onto Android. Limbo's world is sad and beautiful, and playing it you'll soon be too immersed in its enigmatic story to care about the fact that you don't have an internet connection.

Oh something very special about playing Limbo all on your lonesome, because it's a game that oozes loneliness, sadness and isolation. In this 2D platformer, you control a young boy who's entered a bleak monochromatic world in search of his sister.
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The WUUUUUUUUUUUU  is that giant long-necked creature you see coming out of the water, and it's your work to help him transport little people to their homes. How do you achieve this? Shout WUUUUUUUUUUUU in a high-pitched voice to control his vertical movement, that's how. This game is innovative and amazing.

Does Not Commute

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 This is a driving game for people looking for something a bit different. Set in a strange town, Does Not Commute sees you controlling the town's vehicles in a range of oddball missions, while avoiding the increasingly chaotic traffic. There's no stopping either, so your reflexes and forward-planning will be pushed to the limit. It's quirky and, most importantly, great fun.

Punch Quest

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Finally this vibrant, chaotic game became an instant hit when it landed in the Play Store. An action platform game that didn't force you to awkwardly hold down on the screen to move your character, focusing instead on just tapping buttons to punch and jump while your character automatically runs across the screen.
The visual design is fantastic, recalling classic platformers like Ghouls 'n Ghosts and Metal Slug. Customize your character, level up, and even ride a dinosaur in this psychedelic punch-out.

EA Sports UFC

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Forget those oiled-up clowns and pantomime villains on WWE. UFC may also be filled with sweaty men in pants and suplexes, but the difference is that these men are actually trying to hurt each other. 

Definitely, it makes little difference in a game where you're trying to beat up your opponent either way, but there are plenty who'll be excited by the arrival of the world's most popular mixed martial arts organization on Android.
The graphics are great, fighters and arenas are fully licensed, and the gameplay is fist-clenchingly good.

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