Android is the next platform for mobile gaming. You can find Android games of all flavors and genres. Let’s check into some of the best word/puzzle games for Android. Whether you’re waiting in an airport, bored at home, or you just need to give something to your kids to do for some peace and quiet, these apps are simple to learn and easy to play. Great for all kinds of smartphone users.
Trivial Pursuit – This long-time favorite is now available on Android. Fill in your pie with wedges, in the “classic” mode or race against the clock and reach the finish line in the new “pursuit” mode. Trivial Pursuit has thousands of questions in subjects like entertainment, geography, and history. You can play against the computer or against up to 4 human opponents with the “pass and play” feature.
365 Puzzle Club – A new number puzzle every day of the year! 365 Puzzle Club has 3 modes of play: Calendar mode offers a new puzzle daily, Seasonal mode offers a gradual progression of different puzzle types, or you can practice on quickplay mode. Play games such as Sukodu, Tempenki, and Kakuro.
Tropical Sudoku – If you love Sudoku, you should try out Tropical Sudoku. Lots of different boards and 4 difficulty levels. It has a builtin “scratch pencil” feature for marking spots for later. The game autosaves so you can return later if you are interrupted. It has a soothing tropical theme.
MovieQuiz – The best part about this game is the sparkling sound effects it makes as you drag your finger across the screen. It’s so cool, I almost forgot there’s a game in there too. And there is! Answer thousands of questions on movie trivia. Play against the clock and check your answers later with a builtin link to IMDB.
WordSearch – WordSearch is a very attractive puzzle app with 16 different themes and multiple categories. With so many puzzle games in one app, it will keep you (or your kids) busy for hours on road trips. No more buying puzzle books at the grocery store.