Which games can I play without internet on my iPad in 2019?
Most of the game apps or casinos work online with a good internet or WIFI. But there are also many outstanding games that you can play without internet on your iPad. Afterall there are many punters who cannot get hooked to online presence all the time. Also with limited data plans, gamers run out of their data and want games that even work offline without any internet. Here are few of the best game apps that you can have on your iPad in 2019 and play offline without any worry of data consumption and cost. One thing you need to remember is that few of these games may cost you few dollars to enjoy anytime anywhere with your iPad.
1. Alto’s Adventure
Alto’s Adventure is one of the best games apps for iPad where you need to take control of Alto and ski down the slopes of the Andes, picking up coins and avoiding obstacles in the process. Use touch controls to make Alto jump or grind, and rack up points by performing tricks. The entire game plays offline, so enjoy your Andean adventure from your subway car. The game costs AU$7.99 at app store.
2. Alto’s Odyssey
The ward winner of 2018 this game app is the sequel to Alto’s Adventure. In this game you will find new characters, new locations, new music and a few new mechanics make this game feel more like an expansion than a true sequel. The game costs AU&7.99 at app store.
3. Monument Valley
Monument Valley is a surreal exploration through fantastical architecture and impossible geometry. Guide the silent princess Ida through mysterious monuments, uncovering hidden paths, unfolding optical illusions and outsmarting the enigmatic Crow
The beautiful visuals and mysterious setting make this game one of the most thrilling and immersive experiences you can have on your tablet, and you can play it entirely offline. The game costs AU$5.99 at app store.
Over 65 million gamers are hooked to this offline game which is a challenging puzzle game that sends your character through a world of dangerous traps and hazards. Use touch controls to keep your ball afloat, while you watch out for the spinning blades, pointy spikes, and other dangers that will shred it to bits. Various pickups in the world can turn you bigger, smaller, multiply you, and more. There is a local multiplayer component, but all gameplay can be experienced offline. This game costs AU$0.99 at app store.
Drop 7 is deceptively simple, hypnotically fun, and offers endless opportunities for mastery and mental challenge. Drop discs onto a grid, clearing discs when the number of discs matches the amount of discs in a column or row. Try to get chain combos and score as many points before the board is filled. The game works like popular game of Tetris which is not lose by having the balls go over the top, and to rack up points while doing it. It’s simple, but endlessly challenging fun. Everything but the leaderboards can be experienced offline. This game is all free at app store.
6. Mini Metro
Mini Metro, the sublime subway simulator puzzle game for your iPad which lets you build your own mass transit system. Using maps of real world cities, you can draw your own lines connecting different stations. You have a limited amount of lines and trains and an ever-increasing number of stations, so you have to place things wisely. If people end up waiting too long at any one station, you lose. This game costs AU&5.99 at app store.
7. Civilization VI
Civilization VI, is real historic game where you can play 60 turns for free. Using real world leaders, place names, and historical monuments, this is a turn-based game that takes hours but is easy to play in quick chunks of time. Although you can engage in local and online multiplayer, an offline AI campaign is more than enough fun for a long subway or plane ride. Once you have exhausted your free rounds you can have in app purchases to continue more. This game app is free at app store.
8. Stardew Valley
Stardew Valley is to run your own farm in a small town. With beautiful 8-bit graphics, simple, non-competitive gameplay and strangely compelling dungeon crawling make this game one of the best ways to spend a long subway ride. With over 50+ hours of gameplay content and new iPad specific features, such as auto-save and multiple controls options you will love to enjoy. This game app costs AU$12.99 at app store.
9. New York Times Crossword
Start playing with unlimited access to the daily puzzles for seven days. After that, subscribe for full access to The Crossword on iOS and at NYTimes.com. The Crossword subscription gives you access to The Crossword in the app and on NYTimes.com. Just connect or create an account and play anywhere. Your puzzles will be available in the app and on the web In addition to the puzzles themselves, the app has a number of other features. Keep track of your streaks on the Stats page, go through the Archive to do puzzles from the past, or buy packs of special crosswords. While internet access is needed to download new crosswords, an unlimited number of them can be kept offline for playing later. This game is free at app stores.
10. Ticket to Ride
Ticket to Ride is all about to board the train and set off on a railway adventure like no other. Collect wagons to take control of the railways connecting the various cities and relive the golden age of the first railroads. Now you can create your own railway network by connecting cities across the world. With over 50 million online matches and a new game starting every four seconds, Ticket To Ride delivers a gaming experience that is unique in its genre. This game costs AU$7.99 at app store.
Finally it’s your choice to pay for these apps to go offline in your game play or search for those pokies apps that do not cost any penny but still work offline.