10 Mobile RPGs That Don’t Need the Internet
A selection of role-playing adventures with quests, leveling up heroes and exterminating monsters.
1. Beast Quest
This three-dimensional RPG is interested in a large game world with locations open for exploration. On the sea coast, in the snow-capped mountains and in the impenetrable forest, dangerous wild animals and mysterious monsters will be waiting for you, which can be defeated only with the help of a lightning reaction.
In each fight, especially with huge bosses, it is necessary to anticipate the actions of the opponent, exposing the block in time and dodging blows. These skills are the basis of all battles in Beast Quest.
This game is a combination of RPG and puzzle “three in a row“. You have to join the ranks of a mighty order that protects the Earth from monsters. You will have to fight them in the mode of combining various elements on the playing field.
3. Dungeon Quest
Colorful RPG with isometric view and almost endless dungeons. Everywhere you can find secret passages and hidden from prying eyes caches with weapons, protective equipment and magic items.
The single player campaign can be played offline, but the game also has a battle mode with other players. For it, a connection to the Network, of course, will be required.
4. Wonder Knights
A simple RPG in the style of “flying shooters” with automatic upward movement. Instead of the traditional spaceships and airplanes for the genre, there is one or more heroes, each of whom has a different specialization. All characters can be leveled up, mastering new skills and gaining access to more powerful melee or ranged weapons.
5. Magic Rampage
This game combines elements of RPG and classic platformer. From the first genre there is the possibility of customizing, pumping and arming the character, and from the second – 2D-location and side view.
The game has many really difficult levels, some of which can be fully explored only with the help of special equipment. For example, some robes will allow the hero to jump above his head, climbing hidden ledges, and rare amulets – to walk on fire, looking for secret rooms.
6. Legend of Solgard
This role-playing game takes you to the fabulous Solgard – the world of Scandinavian legends, which is on the verge of death. Only a girl chosen by the sun goddess named Embla can save him. She will have to gather an army of creatures and together with them to resist the impending threat.
At the heart of the gameplay is the search and collecting of creatures that can be used in turn-based battles. They are combined in lines, columns and squares, from which they only become stronger.
Another game with large three-dimensional locations, open for study, and complex tactical battles. Each fight will require from you the utmost concentration and quick reaction, allowing you to parry blows and put a block in time.
The game takes place in the possession of Morngard, an abandoned world, now inhabited by demons. It will take a dozen hours to study it.
This two-dimensional RPG has a rather unusual graphics and gameplay with elements of strategies of the Tower Defense genre. In it, you have to restrain crowds of terrible monsters that will constantly attack the Viking hero or the girl-speller.
To overcome more than 100 different levels will help, legendary weapons and unique skills that allow you to summon the power of the gods.
9. Nonstop Knight
For the game, you need only one finger, with which you will activate various skills. The character can move and swing the sword himself. You only need to equip it and competently use the pumped abilities.
Despite the simplest controls, the gameplay does not bother at all. In addition, this is one of the few RPGs that you can play right on the go, even if you have only one hand free.
10. Heretic Gods
In this game, you have to destroy the undead and exorcise the heretics who flooded the dungeons of the cursed abbey. All locations are randomly generated, so each new sortie will not be similar to the previous one, even if you perform the same task.
Items of equipment are also randomly generated. Many of them form single sets, seriously increasing the parameters of the character. Just like in the good old Diablo.