Kongregate Gives Android Gamers 300 Titles Worth of Love

Free-to-play Flash game site Kongregate has just dropped a service for Android devices that’ll bring more than 300 games to the sorely under-populated platform.

Unlike the iPhone and iPad, Android is a bit lacking in users’ ability to track down quality games. Kongregate’s new service hopes to make the discovery part of the process a little easier, in addition to converting a ton of its site’s simple Flash games to a format that works on Android 2.2 Froyo.

Some of the games will be downloaded with the app and available for offline play, but for the most part, it sounds like you’ll need an Internet connection of some kind to play Kongregate Arcade. On the plus side, you can integrate your existing Kongregate account to keep track of all scores and any badges you earn when playing — so if you’ve got Kongregate friends, you can spend some time squashing their scores whenever you’ve got a free moment.

One more cool thing: this should single Kongregate’s start with making Android-specific games rather than just converting its existing Flash games to touchscreen capability. Sounds awesome.

Via Joystiq.

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