Word games are a great way to exercise your brain, stay sharp and have fun. Play these addictive word games, rated by Mobilewalla, solo or with your network of friends.AppleWordCollapse (Free)* An interesting take on the typical "word find" game. Swipe the words and the tiles collapse, bringing down new words in your attempt to clear the board. (Mobilewalla Score: 99/100)Moxie 2 HD ($2.99) Start with 64 letter tiles and build as many words as you can. Transform your words by using replacement letters. (Score: 99/100)Logos Quiz Game (Free) OK, it's not exactly a word game, but you will be shocked at how many logos you, and especially your kids, can identify. (Score: 99/100)7 Little Words (Free)* Find the seven words in each set with the help of clever word clues. (Score: 98/100)Word Bird ($0.99) A fast-paced word game with advanced sound effects and graphics. Play with your friends, or compete in the daily worldwide challenge. (Score: 87/100)AndroidWordFeud ($2.99)* Create as many high-value words on the board as possible. Play multiplayer games with your family and friends. (Mobilewalla Score: 95/100)Scrabble (Free)* The classic board game plays beautifully on your mobile device. (Score: 94/100)Hanging With Friends (Free)* Zynga took the schoolroom game of hangman and designed a gem of a social word game. (Score: 93/100)Words (Free) Identify hidden words in the grid by swiping your finger. Play in challenge or time mode. (Score: 90/100)CrossMe (Free) Called the "Japanese crossword game," this challenging game features tiles that are overturned until you can identify a shape. (Score: 86/100)Apps with an asterisk* denote availability on Apple and Android.Mobilewalla is a search and discovery engine using breakthrough technology to score every app to help consumers navigate the mobile application marketplace. Apps are scored using an algorithm that weighs several characteristics, including user ratings, position within category and staff recommendations. For more app intel, go to www.mobilewalla.com. Anindya Datta is a technologist and founder of Mobilewalla.