The iPhone doesn't support Flash, but the upcoming Android 2.2 OS does. In light of this, the social gaming portal Kongregate has announced a partnership with Adobe that would port its entire library of Flash casual, social, and MMO games to Flash Player 10.1, which will be playable on Android 2.2 platforms. As part of the agreement, Kongregate has launched a mobile site that features over 100 games optimized for mobile handsets and fully integrated into Kongregate's suite of social network features.
Kongregate's total catalog contains over 30,000 games created by 8000 developers. Not all of these games are Flash based, but the majority are. Adobe is continuing to update the player and the tools that will optimize Flash 10.1 content for an Android mobile handset. The 100 games that will be available for Android 2.2 from launch were ported over the course of about ten days, which suggests that it won't take long to make the entire Kongregate catalog ready for Android.
[via Worlds in Motion]