Kongregate Adds Honeycomb Support

Flash game arcade Kongregate has updated their Android app with an improved user interface as well as support for Android 3.0 Honeycomb.

I must admit, playing addictive Flash games on a tablet sounds like something I could easily lose hours doing. Now, of course, all XOOM owners will need to enjoy Kongregate’s 400+ games on their spacious, 10.1″ screen is a Honeycomb-ready version of Adobe Flash itself– and that’s due to hit the Android Market March 18.

The update also includes a new welcome screen with a “Hot New Games carousel,” a “badge browser” to view new and unearned achievements more easily, new notifications settings, landscape support for all screens, as well as bug fixes and performance enhancements.

[app]com.kongregate.android.kongarcade[/app]

via Download Squad

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4 Comments

  1. Honeycomb
    March 17, 18:48 Reply

    the power of flash. . . 400+ games added to the market via one single app.

  2. Dave Loft
    March 17, 21:57 Reply

    Why does the image say 300+ and your article says 400+?

  3. Office 2010
    April 11, 00:26 Reply

    I am a writer and would benefit by having Publisher included in this Microsoft Office 2010. Use Word 2010 and had to have the new version so my documents would open correctly.In fact, I thought it was, so I was sorely disappointed when I realized I now need to buy yet another Office 2010. Coming from Microsoft Office , it is taking time getting use to the new ways of doing the same thing I did in the older version.Stop nickel-and-diming customers.I have used it only one day; therefore I can’t tell how long it will take to adapt. Give people what we need and we’ll gladly purchase things in the future. In fact, we’ll more likely buy Office 2007 because you haven’t required payment for all these other things (like Publisher) Microsoft Office 2007 should have been included in the first place.

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