By Darcy LaCouvee September 30, 2008 0 0 0 181 Mobile Entertainment is reporting that Connect2Media has plans to make 12 different games available for the Android OS platform once Google opens up the Android Market for non-free applications. The story says that the first games should be available in Q1 of 2009. The initial games will include ’4 in a Row EX’ and ‘Classic Card Games EX’, which I have to admit does not sound exciting at all. There’s hope, though, as the company also promises to bring a new “groundbreaking” game franchise to the platform later.Advertisement Mobile Entertainment quotes Connect2Media’s CEO as saying: The launch of these games for Android reinforces our intention to be a developer and publisher of high quality casual games for multiple platforms and it also shows our commitment to new and exciting ways of gaming. [via mocoNews] 0 0 0 previous postHTC’s John Wang says Android and Windows Mobile are complementarynext postNo Android phones from LG and Samsung until Q3 2009?