Those who have used TweetDeck have a good idea how well an application built with Adobe Air works. Even another popular game, Machinarium for iPad is also built using the Adobe Air.
Adobe is in a slightly precarious position right now because it needs to be present on iOS devices, from which it was barred earlier. Adobe says users will be able to play 3D games in web browsers or iOS devices in the same way that they do on consoles.
It’s okay to take the claims from Adobe slightly sceptically, but it is also a positive for the game creators to have one more way to bring their games on the iOS devices. Air 3 will be available for all only in early October.
The major features for Air 3 would include accelerated 2D/3D graphics which will provide 1,000 times better performance than earlier version of the same software.