Having Flash support in Android is great, especially if you enjoy playing Flash games online. While there is an ever growing selection of Flash games packaged and put onto the Android Market which are specifically re-designed for mobile playing, a lot of the good Flash games are still browser-based and do not have controls for mobile gaming.
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A new set of APIs will be available very soon from Adobe, Codenamed: “Molehill” for developers to use in their Flash game development. These are low-level, GPU accelerated 3D APIs which will allow developers to make much more detailed and faster rendering 3D graphics for the upcoming Flash Player update. Officially this is awesome news.
Adobe Max 2010 is currently underway and some of the announcements that came out of today already have been some major goodies and could mean a lot when it comes to gaming on your Android phone. While detailed information is still currently being released here are some things you might want to drool over while you wait.
This is literally one of the crazier projects I’ve come across in a long time in gaming. Question: What do you get when you combine Flash Player, Unity3D, Google Maps? A browser based wicked looking Flash game that uses real world maps/locations. Throw an Android phone into the mix and now you have portable F1 3D racing in any real city.