mic_888 · Jan 29, 2011 at 06:00 am

Kongregate Arcade – Over 300 Free Flash games!

After being removed from the Android Market, Kongregate Arcade has now returned! Posted in our forums by XDA member neotekz, the app provides a portal to over 300 Flash games that you can play on your mobile device.

Originally removed since Google does not allow distribution of other apps, Kongregate has now explicitly stated that the games are not installed as applications onto your mobile device, but instead run in your browser.

Kongregate Arcade lets you share and review ratings, high scores and comments with others, as well as collect exclusive, mobile-only badges.

Requires Android 2.2. or higher, and also requires Adobe Flash to run.

Kongregate Arcade is available for free in the Market. To post your own feedback, head on over to the forum thread.

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