Kongregate either got confused or they ran into some problem with the market. Yesterday, they launched an app for their popular flash games. It then disappeared from the market and can now be downloaded here. It's nice to see that after the hardware locked NVIDIA store, Kongregate is offering over 300 free flash games through their app. Only downside for some of you is that you need to be on Froyo 2.2 and have Flash installed.
What you get in the app is access to 300 free flash games, many of which are really nice, since Flash games have been around the web for quite some time now. Also, you can share scores and rankings with friends, collect badges and download some of the games for offline play. Some of them still require an active data connection.
What's nice is that the games can be filtered and sorted by categoriess to find content you might enjoy and open up inside the app rather than in a browser where you have to activate Flash content and maximize it then. The layout is simple and intuitive and I can't stress enough how nice some of these games are. Seriously, check out Pel Plus, it's Pong on steroids and you'll find your brain going into overdrive after a few minutes to keep track of everything that's going on. Open Sea! is nice too, you have to part the sea for groups of people to cross and slide individual bars of the sea around to give them safe passage.
The above experience is unfortunately based on playing their games on m.flash.com since the app is refusing to load any content for now. It might be a server issue or the reason for which it was pulled, but I'm more than confident Kongregate will deliver a fix soon.
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