7 Offline Strategy Games Like Clash of Clans

Those of you looking for offline strategy games like Clash of Clans have come to the right place. We did our research and have just the right games you can play when there is no Wi-Fi around.

Clash of Clans is an interesting PvP (player versus player) game that gives you a role of a village’s chief and puts in front of you a goal of developing that village into a powerful town. The game has a fantasy feel to it and allows you to join forces with other players, talk to them, and participate in clan wars. But, you already know that. You also know the struggles that the game puts in front of you. You need to be constantly online and invest real money if you don’t have enough patience to wait for stuff to happen.

7 Offline Strategy Games Like Clash of Clans

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The online component is what makes the game so successful. The fact that you can join other players as an ally or fight against them as an enemy are the reasons why so many people are drawn to the game. The solo games played against Al will mostly give you a predictable experience. In Clash of Clans, playing against other players means that you never know what to expect. Also, the pleasure that comes with winning is bigger, when you know you have beaten a real person. This all means that you can’t get a close experience to Clash of Clans if you are not online and don’t play against other players. Still, we did our best to dig up offline games that have a similar feel. In case you want more offline strategy games, we recommend you to check out this list of 16 best offline strategy games for Android as well.

In order to find some offline strategy games like Clash of Clans, we took recommendations from sites like Games-Like Finder and from users over at Reddit and Quora among others. We then checked the recommended games for their rating on Google Play and iTunes and put the best-rated ones on the list.  Note that for some games, our sources got it wrong about the possibility for offline playing (we installed most of them to make sure), so they didn’t make it on the list. Let’s get going then.