Are you into Word games?
If so, then let’s be honest here, they are fun because they’re easy and simple to play. There are a number of word games. You can discover phrases inside a large jumble of letters, unscramble anagrams, or fill in crossword puzzles.

Test your puzzle-solving skills, trivia knowledge, and sheer reflexes. Besides you can also practice your vocabulary skills as well as learn new words in the Process.

But, a lot of them are copies of one another or don’t actually meets the Expectation. So, We attempted our best to find some of the best that you will find in the Play Store.
Let’s get into it,

Best free word games for Android

1) Alphabear 2

This game is the sequel to Google Play’s 2016 first-ever “Standout Indie” award winner! Enjoy the English word puzzle game which is suited for people of all ages.

Her is how it works, Each game takes place on a grid, and you form words by selecting the letters. The Used letters vanish and the gaps are filled by the bears.

When you finish solving the puzzles, you’ll earn new bears for your permanent collection and when you need help in the future guessing the phrases, these bears can team up to help you out! Lastly, a smart dictionary and other new features make Alphabear 2 a great way to improve your English and have fun while doing it!

Price: Free

2) Words With Friends 2

Ready for a fast-paced team match to test your rapid word building skills?

If you are wondering this is a sequel of the “Words With Friends”  which is one of those classic games that everyone has played before. Earn unique themed badges for completing weekly challenges and scoring big against your friends. You can also Challenge your family members or Facebook friends to a game or use Smart Match to find your perfect word puzzle opponent.

To win real cash and other awards, participate in the Answer 12 word-focused trivia questions and answer it correctly. Even if you answer it incorrectly, it’s not all over, you can still earn in-game rewards and improve your word knowledge by continue playing. With its latest update to the Dictionary, it has added  50,000 new words.

Test your linguistic smarts and train your brain every day!

Price: Free

3) Bonza Word Puzzle

If you like a word challenge and you enjoy pushing boxes around with your fingers, then Bonza is your type of go. It mixes word search, jigsaw and trivia to create something completely fresh. Rather than giving just a single clue for each word, you get one for the entire puzzle.

Get free daily prizes by solving a new free puzzle every day. Some are based on current events, others are designed by the Bonza community.

The first few Early levels will lead you in gently. But as you’re staring at a dozen or more tiny clusters of letters, figuring out how they all join up is a brisk test.

Price: Free

4) Wordament

Wordament is a single player and an online multiplayer game. Instead of playing against one person in a turn, you can play against thousands at once. Some of the Rounds challenges are two- and three-letter tiles, themed words, speed rounds and more.

Find the most words possible, earn the best score, find the longest words, best your Frenemies and beat your top score. Wordament also tracks your progress by maintaining rich statistics about your gameplay including your best word found, total score, best word count, first place finishes and more.

You can also check the Leaderboards to see you who are rocking it for the day, hour, and overall.

Price: Free

5) Jumbline 2

Rearrange the scrambled letters into words and underline them with your finger to score points. Twist and Scramble your brain to make words from the jumbled lines of letters. Advance to the next level by finding and underlining the largest word.

You can play in a relaxing untimed mode or put your skills to use and race your brain against the clock in timed rounds.

There are two additional games in Jumbline 2: Cloud Pop and Star Tower. In the Cloud Pop, rearrange the letters found within clouds and pop as many clouds as possible floating in each cloud. However, In Star Tower, your goal is to create the floors of a tower as it gradually scrolls downwards and build the tallest tower you can. The larger the word, the slower your tower sinks!

Price: Free

6) Letterpress

Letterpress is an Apple award-winning app that offers a unique word puzzle game. Players take turns to spell words in order to capture the board and the Player with the most points wins the game.

Here is how it works, You go head to head with another player with a five by five grid of letters. When you enter a letter, it filled in with your color and the game ends when every letter with a color. If you have more color, you gain more points and win.

The game doesn’t have any super intrusive ads and it has the support for the Oxford Dictionary, bad words, and can also have a stats to track your gameplay. Even though the User Interface (UI) is simple, the game can surprisingly hook people in.

Price: Free

7) Spellspire

Spellspire is a thrilling action role-playing Word game. Yo have to Pick letters from a grid to spell words and shoot them from your wand as spells. The size of the blast depends on the word. The longer the word, the bigger the blast is. You can also buy more potent wands, hats, and robes with magical special effects and abilities by collecting gold dropped by slain monsters.

Price: Free

8) Typeshift

If you love SpellTower, you will love this game too. Unlike other Word game, you will get rows of letters and you move each row up and down until it forms a word forms. The puzzle ends when the player lights up every tile or in other words form a word. Although the User-interface(UI) isn’t the best looking, it has a solid control system and the gameplay is interesting.

Typeshift has over a hundred free puzzles plus with every day with new free daily puzzles, however, you can purchase additional puzzle packs and it will also remove ads, and unlocks themes & detailed statistics.

Price: Free

9) Words

This one is a classic. You are given a grid of letters and you have to solve and find the words from the grids. The letters from the words have to share a side which maybe (diagonal, horizontal, or vertical) with the next letter as well as the previous one. Every new word has its own color so you can see where you’ve been before. The goal of the game is to find all the words and the game ends when the player finds all of the given words.

It is also available in several languages, has several difficulty levels (Easy, Medium and Hard) and also an Online dictionary to find an unknown word while remaining in the game.

Price: Free

10) Wordscapes

We can say that Wordscapes is kind of a mix of Crossword Puzzle and Boggle. You will get a crossword style layout at the top and a mix of letters on the bottom of the screen. You have to swipe the letters to form words that fit in the crossword section rather than finding every single word.

This text twist of a word game is a little bit tremendous of a brain challenging fun with over 5,000 crossword puzzles! Although this crossword puzzle starts easy, it becomes challenging fast!

So, Challenge your brain and vocabulary.

Price: Free

11) Word Search by Melimots

Word Search by Melimots is nothing too crazy but a simple game with a simple user interface (UI). Although it may not reach the standard of those we have discussed before, it’s hard to complain of a free game. Each word has its own highlight color and you can also customize the size of the font into larger or smaller according to your preference. You can also track your highest scores and the ads aren’t too spammy or pushy.

Overall for a free app, it’s a decent one.

Price: Free

12) Word Yard

Discover all the hidden words just slide your finger across the letters to form the words and complete the puzzles!

It is Simple and Addictive with hundreds of unique levels with tons of different words. You can also Improve your vocabulary while having fun. Train your brain and spelling skills. Play every day and collect your free daily bonus!

No need to worry about Internet connection as Word yard can be played whether online or offline!

Price: Free

13) Heads Up!

Ever seen  Ellen DeGeneres play HeadsUp on her show? Now you can too.

It is a local multiplayer trivia game. Her is how it works, One player holds the tablet or the phone to their head which will show a word, and the other teammate will give hints on what the word is without saying it (Maybe body movement, enacting the word, etc). Get fresh word by a quick flip down of the device.  You can also watch the replay taken from your device’s front-facing camera and share it out with friends.

Each has 18 themed decks to choose from, each packed to the brim with exciting gameplay cards.

Price: Free

14) 4 Pics 1 Word

Are you good at word association? Now you can test your brain to find the right word in 4 Pics 1 Word.

You will be given four pictures which are all somewhat connected by a common word and you have to find the word and fit them in right together. The game starts out easy but as we get progressive to higher levels, it gets more difficult.

What I like about this game is that there is no registration, no complicated rules. You just start playing and have fun!

Price: Free

15) Wheel of Fortune

Spin the wheel, solve puzzles and train your brain. Guess on thousands of brand-new official word puzzles from the producers of the hit TV show. To win the bonus round, Spin the wheel and see if you can solve the word puzzles.

Challenge yourself to new exciting puzzles and fun categories every day!

Price: Free

If we have missed any great word games that you would like to be included in the list, tell us about them in the comments! 

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