Going to the province? Moving out for the week? Spending some ‘quality’ time on the ancestral home with no wifi? We know, and we got you!
Because it’s the Holy Week for us Catholics, at some point you know you have to pack things up for the trip. Long car rides that almost always gets you sleepy could be dreadful. What happens when the place you visit has no wifi? How will you pass the time? Well here at Gamegeek, we care about your gaming needs. Therefore, we picked out the best offline mobile games to keep you company this Holy Week.
Of course we’re going to kick this off with a huge bang. The classic Final Fantasy franchise recently released this ‘tiny’ version of their latest game. This dramatically changed the way we normally play FF with new ways of fighting and a smaller much simpler quest finding concept. Talk about putting some ‘change’ on your pocket, hehe.
Create a bridge. Destroy zombies. Re-create the environment you’re at. Explore everything with Minecraft pocket edition. You’ll probably need some creativity boost when you’re out of your workplace on vacation. Why not exercise it with this offline game?
Our next pick talks about creating a much more intuitive understanding about nature. Prune is a mellow game that features you trimming trees and planting some seeds. Be sure to make them feel the sunlight, or else you’ll lose growth points. Each level is different, this game will most likely take much of your time. Even when you get home!
4.5/5 by google play. 4/5 by miniclip. This game is one of the most wittiest, weirdest and most fun we’ve ever tried. It has unlock-able levels to keep you company. It will test your wits and capabilities of thinking separately. The concept of this is to get your character to the end zone, without basically losing dozens of yourself. You’ll never know what happens next until you get the chance to play it. Oh and by the way, this game was nominated game of the year 2013.
hat being said, we’ve given you games you could play all throughout the week, but let’s keep in mind also that we have to spend time with our families and relatives. We are there for a reason. During these kinds of holidays, we must also remember the importance of these kinds of holidays. It’s the thing that keeps families together and happy. Game responsibly Gamegeeks! See you on the next one!