Android games gain support from Adobe, manufacturers | Android Apps

Android games gain support from Adobe, manufacturers

Oct 6, 2011

Flash Player 11 has been updated to boost support for 3D gaming and HD video, promising more resources and improvements for mobile entertainment. We first heard of Adobe’s updates last month, building anticipation for the native extensions for game developers to better integrate with Android smartphones and tablets.

Our love for mobile entertainment is influencing Android device manufacturers as well. Pandigital is expanding its Android line around media capabilities, launching its latest tablet with SuperNova. Pandigital’s flagship product, SuperNova’s 8-inch tablet comes with a capacitive touchscreen, Adobe Flash support and a 1GHz Cortex A8 processor with a dedicated graphics engine to power games and videos. Priced at $229 the SuperNova hits shelves mid-October, broadening the range of Android tablets with enhanced gaming features.

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