Zynga's Words With Friends for Android has been popular since its 2009 release. As with Scrabble before it, the hugely successful word game tasks players with creating words crossword puzzle style inmore
Zynga's Words With Friends for Android has been popular since its 2009 release. As with Scrabble before it, the hugely successful word game tasks players with creating words crossword puzzle style in turns and winning coins and badges in the process. Words With Friends is especially great for sharpening vocabularies, spelling, and puzzle skills.
You can wordplay up to 30 friends or randomly matched opponents simultaneously, getting push notifications to alert you when it's your turn. You can also chat with word chums in the app. Words With Friends is free to play, or you can pay for power-ups or to remove ads. But if after nine years, you're ready to try your wits at another word game, here are seven great alternatives for Android.
Words With Friends 2 improves upon Words With Friends Classic with a more modern, streamlined design and a couple of new play modes. Play against friends, take part in themed Solo Challenge events against a bot, or join a real-life team and play the exhilarating Lightning Round against another team. Like Words With Friends Classic, Words With Friends 2 is free to play, but you can pay for power-ups or to remove ads.
Powered by Oxford Dictionaries, the Apple award-winning word game Letterpress has players taking turns completing words to capture the board. Compete against friends, strangers, or a bot; message fellow players; track your performance; and more in this free game, with optional in-app purchases.
Free, with optional in-app purchases, Word Search Pro has you identifying hidden words and then swiping to mark them. The unlimited puzzles across 50 different word categories can be played in four progressively difficult levels. Play at your own speed, or try the Blitz or Marathon modes for added challenge.
Put your vocab to the test with WordBrain, a word puzzle, where you find and clear hidden words by sliding your finger over them. WordBrain, which is free, with in-app purchases, gets progressively harder as you play through its 700 levels.
In Word Connect, powered by Oxford Dictionaries, just swipe wooden, Scrabble-like block letters to build words and win coins across almost 3,000 levels. Free, with optional in-app purchases, Word Connect allows you to play at your own speed and request help from friends or family when you need it.
Wordscapes blends word finding and crosswords in one addictive game that gets progressively harder as you work your way through almost 4,000 puzzles. Wordscapes' beautiful travelscape backgrounds set it apart from the rest. Wordscapes is free to play, with optional in-app purchases.