Kongregate Arcade Launches with 300+ FREE Flash Games for Android Devices

Popular browser-based gaming destination Kongregate announced the release of their free Android app, Kongregate Arcade.  Packed with more than 300 Flash-based games to start, the app lets users running Android 2.2 or higher play games, share ratings, achievements and more.  More new titles are expected to arrive each week as compatibility and mobile-optimized games are identified.  Keep an eye on your local GameStop as they’ll be advertising the app across the country, shining a light on Android’s capabilities.  Looks like our tablets get even more fun today!

Kongregate Arcade Features Include:

  • World’s largest collection of free mobile Flash games
  • One App install includes 300+ games, with more added each week
  • Best game-discovery tools on Android
  • Available on any device running Android 2.2 (Froyo) or higher, with Flash 10.1
  • Fully integrated with Kongregate web accounts
  • Gamers can share and review game ratings, achievements and comments with community
  • Ability to collect exclusive, mobile-only badges on top titles
  • Select games can also be downloaded for offline play

To read more about the app, be sure to check out the press release.

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4 Comments

  1. Omar
    January 18, 18:04 Reply

    Is that froyo on a Nexus S? Hah.

  2. Riddlin
    January 19, 10:06 Reply

    Cant find it in the market on my DX.

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