"The number of digital home devices in the market is exploding and we are happy to see that we can continuously rely on Adobe to support them," said Steve Couture, chief executive officer, Frima Studio. "Adobe AIR allows us to easily publish games and applications to a wide range of digital home platforms. We are excited about future possibilities for games like Zombie Tycoon by bringing them to TVs—furthering the excitement of those games and introducing them to new audiences. As a third party and multi-platform developer, this means new revenue opportunities for us and our partners."
"PlayJam has always been a pioneer in interactive TV games and will continue to push the limits of social and casual gaming with AIR 3 including Stage 3D," said Stuart Walsh, chief operating officer, PlayJam. "With the near ubiquitous adoption of Flash technology by connected TV manufacturers, we believe that Flash enabled TVs will further fuel the global casual games community and provide a solid revenue channel for PlayJam and content partners like Slingo and Relentless."
"We are pleased to bring the 'I Love the 80's' trivia app to connected TVs with AIR," said Kristin Frank, general manager, MTV and VH1 Digital. "The rich content and vibrant colors bring the 80's back to life and provide our audience another screen to celebrate the decade."
Available later today, Flash Player 11 and AIR 3 enable the next generation of immersive application experiences across devices and platforms including Android, Apple iOS (via AIR), BlackBerry Tablet OS, Mac OS, Windows, connected TVs and other platforms. Dozens of new features in Flash Player 11 and AIR 3 allow developers to deliver a new class of gaming and premium video experiences, as well as sophisticated, data-driven applications with back-end systems integration across devices, including the iPhone and iPad via AIR.