Let's take a rest from Flash Lite just for a minute. I just came across this really cool application called MeBoy:
MeBoy is a Gameboy emulator for mobile phones (which means you can use it to play Gameboy games on a mobile phone). It works on phones with support for Java Micro Edition, specifically MIDP 2.0. Your phone manufacturer's web site can tell you if this includes your phone.
Gaemplay is surprisingly good on my w300i, averaging around 20fps at most times. But to be honest, there is a noticeable decrease in performance in certain circumstances (fading, transitions) but I guess you can't expect too much. Another big downer is the current lack of audio support. Oh well, I guess you can't have it all. Either way, it's still great to see this program bring back the great Gameboy games of our time. You can visit the developer site here: MEBoy.
Now, back to flash for a minute: wouldn't it be cool if emulators could be created in Flash (or flash lite?). Would be pretty awesome, but I honestly have no idea if that's even possible. Just a thought...