OpenFeint has be developing their support for Android for awhile now and we have patiently waited for it to be released. Well the wait is over and OpenFeint is now available for developers of Android games. On top of that, OpenFeint has decided to make this opening for Android support a big one by dropping 20 games onto the Android market over the next month.
Makes sense now why the Fruit Ninja game had the little OpenFeint symbol on its icon. Along with Fruit Ninja most of the 20 games stated by OpenFeint are already available on the Android market.
OpenFeint Month Release Game List:
Face Fighter Gold - Developer: Appy Entertainment
Touch Racing Nitro - Developer: Bravo Game Studios
Symbolism - Developer: ChewSoft
Cestos 2: Party Time - Developer: ChickenBrick Studios
The Moron Test - Developer: DistinctDev
Super KO Boxing 2 - Developer: Glu Games Inc.
Mega Jump - Developer: Get Set Games
Fruit Ninja - Developer: Halfbrick Studios
Bomberman Dojo - Developer: Hudson
Must.Eat.Birds - Developer: Mediatonic
Solipskier - Developer: Mikengreg
Flick Kick Field Goal - Developer: PikPok
Flick Kick Football - Developer: PikPok
Flick Kick Rugby - Developer: PikPok
Tic Tac Toe - Developer: Posimotion
Super Slyder- Developer: Sandlot Games
MiniSquadron - Developer: Supermono
Kamikaze Race - Developer: TastyPlay.com
Dot - Developer: ustwo
Dot Dot - Developer: ustwo
That's a pretty sweet list of games and as you can see by the names most are already available on the market. Whether they are being updated now with OpenFeint or will be shortly is another matter. Fruit Ninja does have it available and I can already thing of a few more games I've seen a 'Coming Soon' regarding OpenFeint such as Radio Ball 3D.
Don't forget to grab the OpenFeint Spotlight App! It will keep you informed of new games, connect to friends and the community and even prizes! Without keeping you much longer, it's time to go beat up iPhone people since OpenFeint is completely cross-platform with iPhone. So..as the title says, let the games begin!
AndrewH - Andrew is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of DroidGamers. Having been a hardcore PC and console gamer all his life, this passion is now applied to Android gaming and writing about it. When not playing or writing about Android games, he spends his time with his son.