Flash Games Inside Browser Accessible on Android for First Time
SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwire - May 20, 2010) - Today, Mochi Media announced the launch of an optimized mobile site of Adobe® Flash games for the Android mobile platform. The site will utilize Adobe Flash Player 10.1 to allow Flash games to be played on the Android mobile platform.
The site, m.mochigames.com will feature more than 25 games and will be available upon the release of Google's next version of Android ("FroYo") phones. The site features mobile-optimized versions of puzzle game Biomass, card game Magic Towers Solitaire and strategy game Wheekling, as well as other puzzle, strategy and shooter games.
"The introduction of Flash to Android will open up a world of opportunity for Flash game developers," said Jameson Hsu, co-founder and CEO of Mochi Media. "Through Mochi Media's mobile site, our developer community will now have access to a whole new audience of gamers through the medium of mobile. We're extremely excited about the great things to come, both for Mochi Media, and also its developer community."
"The Flash game development community continually pushes the boundaries of what is possible with Flash," said Ricky Liversidge, vice president, Product Marketing, Flash Platform at Adobe. "With the beta completion of Adobe Flash Player 10.1, sites like MochiGames are expanding the countless opportunities for developers to engage with consumers through mobile."
It's expected that more than 50 percent of smartphones (approximately 250 million cumulatively) will support Flash Player by the end of 2012 providing developers and designers the ability to deliver innovation across the broadest reach of devices. (Source: Strategy Analytics and Adobe adoption estimates.)
About Mochi Media
Mochi Media is the world's largest browser-based games network, with more than 140 million monthly active users and 15,000 games on nearly 40,000 publisher websites. Mochi Media's game development products and services enable developers to track usage analytics, distribute their games to thousands of websites, and monetize global gameplays via micro-transactions and in-game advertising. The company is headquartered in downtown San Francisco and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Shanda Games Limited (
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