These are the best offline iPhone games available to keep on your iPhone before you go offline. They are all fun games you can play on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch even without an internet connection. Whether you’re traveling, on a subway commute, or taking a vacation in the woods somewhere that’s untouched by man, these games don’t need wireless or WiFi connections. If you don’t have an internet connection you can still play a lot of games.
Lately, it seems almost every mobile game needs a data connection to work. That’s how Pokémon GO spawns new monsters. You need the internet to battle in Fortnite or Call of Duty, and it’s what loads your Clash of Clans village. So while most need WiFi or data, there are other addicting games that work offline.
These games are great for iPad users or that old iPhone without a data plan you gave to the kids.
And while some iPad variants come with a SIM card or 4G LTE, that’s usually an extra $10 or $20 a month. Not everyone can afford the extra charge so they stick to WiFi. If so, stay entertained for hours on end with these offline iPhone games. These games are perfect for kids too, so you don’t have to worry about them going over their data plan, or yours.
Before we begin, it’s important to mention that some of the games on our list need internet access at least once. Basically, after you use the internet to install the game, open it once and let it download a few more files or connect to Game Center. So, connect to the internet at home first, or in your hotel. Do this once and you’re all set.
Best Offline iPhone Games
You can play fun games like Fallout: Shelter or Grand Theft Auto without the internet. Or enjoy Kraino, Minecraft, Altos Adventure, and more. This is in addition to popular titles like Solitaire, Plants vs Zombies, Bejeweled, all of the Angry Birds games, and Subway Surfers.
However, our list also details some great games you’ve probably never heard of or didn’t know worked offline. Including Cut the Rope, Badlands, Dead Trigger 2, Jetpack Joyride, Pac-Man 256, Crashlands, or Ridiculous Fishing. In total, we found 30 games you’ll absolutely enjoy. We’ve added titles from any and all genres to ensure we have a little something for everyone.
Info about each game and links to download them are in our slideshow below. Keep in mind that these are in no particular order or genre. Simply pick what sounds interesting to you and give it a try today or on your next summer or winter vacation. We’ll continuously update this list throughout the year with all the best offline iPhone games.
Updated July 17, 2020 with new links and updated descriptions.
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