5 Best Puzzle Games For Galaxy S9

If you’re looking for a way to keep yourself occupied and entertained during lunch break from work or in travelling somewhere, a puzzle game is an excellent way to keep yourself occupied, as they’re stimulating and have very little time commitment involved. In fact, many puzzles games should only take you a couple minutes per round, and if you can’t complete them, there’s no harm done in just shutting the app off!

So if you’re looking for the best puzzle games for Galaxy S9, follow along below — we’ll show you the best options out there.

Jigsaw Puzzles Epic

Jigsaw Puzzles Epic is the classic jigsaw puzzle game that has been around for years. This is a puzzle game that is suitable for all ages, and can be played at a bunch of different difficulty levels — there’s actually 11 different difficulty settings, with the hardest setting being 625 pieces to put together.

We really like Jigsaw Puzzles Epic because of the sheer amount of puzzles available in it — there’s actually an arsenal over 7,000 different puzzles available. Each puzzle is unique and has a different picture — you’ll put puzzles together with beautiful landscapes, animals, locations, landmark locations all over the world, different seasons, and so much more.

One of the more unique things about this game is that you can actually create your own puzzles using your own photos.

Download it now: Google Play

Unblock Me

Unblock Me is not only a favorite of ours, but it’s a top-rated title in the Google Play Store as well. The game starts off easy, but with 18,000 different challenges to complete, the game naturally gets more difficult as you progress. The premise of the game is to get the red piece of wood to the other end of the puzzle. However, it’s surrounded by wooden blocks, which you have to maneuver around in the proper sequence to allow the red block to get through. It’s actually quite difficult, and really puts your logic skills to the test.

Download it now: Google Play

Brain Games & Logic Puzzles

Brain Games & Logic Puzzles is next up on our list, and is one of our favorites because of the amount of different puzzles that there are. This app actually has 28 different puzzle games inside of it, which keeps things unique and refreshing. On top of that, there’s plenty of content inside — over 600 levels, actually. The neat thing about this game is that there isn’t a huge time commitment, which means puzzles can be completed rather quickly, or you won’t lose much progress by quitting. The neat thing about this game is that you don’t need an Internet connection to play — it all works offline.

Download it now: Google Play

Mansion of Puzzles

Mansion of Puzzles is another excellent puzzle game, and it’s actually a bit more unique than the rest on our list. In this game you take on the role of a detective, and have to make your way through one hundred different doors, all containing a puzzle to be solved behind it. There’s all sorts of different styles of puzzles, too. You can figure out how to open locks, solve riddles, collect cards, and solve other challenging puzzles. The game is suitable for all ages, so you don’t have to worry about your children getting into something that they shouldn’t!

Download it now: Google Play

Puzzledom Classic Puzzles

Last up on our list is Puzzledom Classic Puzzles. This is an exciting puzzle game with a large collection of classic and favorite puzzles. Puzzledom will keep you occupied for hours on end because they actually have over 8,000 different puzzles for you to play through. Not only that, but new levels are added to the game on a regular basis. Much like Unblock Me, puzzles start out easy, but get increasingly difficult as you move through the levels. Luckily, there are hints that can help you solve them, though they do cost credits that are earned through successfully solving puzzles.

Keep in mind that the game is ad-supported, but you can get rid of that through an in-app purchase.

Download it now: Google Play


There isn’t a puzzle game on this list that is necessarily better than the other — it all just depends on the type of puzzle game that you’re into. If you’re not into jigsaw puzzles, even though they can be quite difficult, Unblock Me might be a little more your style. Or, you might want to try out some classics like Puzzledom Classic Puzzles.

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Brad Coleta

Brad Coleta is a passionate reporter for The Droid Guy, covering all aspects of mobile, gaming, software, apps, and services. He graduated from the University of Rochester in New York with a degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering. When he's not reporting, he's a huge fan of the New York Giants and Yankees. But what might surprise you is that he also enjoys reading Manga during his down time. Brad is a dedicated reporter, always looking to tell the stories of the tech world. Contact me at Email or LinkedIn

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