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Day: 13 September 2010
Although the iPhone recently announced it will more then likely be supporting Flash soon (surprise surprise), Kongregate has long supported gaming on mobile phones since the idea of Flash on Android came to light and was one of the first sites to make their games playable on Android devices. Well now developers have a chance to win part of almost $30,000 in prizes!
Zoodles is an interesting concept for Android. Downloading and installing this app is free and what it will do is change your phone into a ‘Kid Safe’ mode allowing them to watch videos and play educational games. While having been in closed beta for some time, response has apparently been extremely positive and Zoddles itself sports some great features you parents will love.
itsmy is a mobile social game developer and gaming network featuring 80+ games people can play via your mobile browser however it was just announced that itsmy has expanded their mobile gaming engine to include every mobile device with internet access which of course includes our beloved Android OS!
Well we have all been playing the beta for Angry Birds by Rovio since it landed on the Android market. While there were some slight speed bumps with the beta launch with devices not being able to see it on the Android market for one reason or another, Rovio is taking their time to ensure the full release will be bug free and compatible with almost every Android device.
Any iPhone user should have heard of Doodle Jump, and now every Android user should hear of the name Abduction! 2. This new game by Psym Mobile offers the same simplistic joy of jumping as high as you can, and also throws in a storyline (more of a objective type system) where you can save your cute animal friends and get to the goal in record time.
Samsung has announced that they are reaching out to developers on the android market to improve existing applications to work with the higher resolution screen in their newest product, the Galaxy Tab. Samsung also say that soon the tablet will be receiving Android 3.0 Gingerbread which should be better suited to 3D gaming and have a more tablet friendly user interface.
Recently we reported on id Software’s newest game, Rage, being previewed at QuakeCon running on an iPhone and that it would possibly be showing up for Android as well. Rage is their newest FPS title which has already received huge praise from the gaming industry including 3 awards being won at E3: Best Console Game, Best Action Game and Special Commendation for Graphics.