The inclusion on Samsung’s upcoming tablet sets the device’s expectations around gaming and entertainment. It also validates both Android’s and Samsung’s efforts towards creating a potential iPad competitor, which is set to be sold in Verizon (VZ), AT&T (T) and Sprint (S) stores.

While Gameloft circumvented the Android Market all together, there are at least 100,000 other apps that have found a home there. The milestone was casually tweeted by a Google (GOOG) employee yesterday, lending promise to the future of this digital storefront.

With Adobe AIR rolling out continued support for Android devices — Adobe (ADBE) announced AIR 2.5 just yesterday — there’s a swell of Android apps that run on AIR. Some of the newer apps include Queue Manager, a searchable tool for your Netflix account, and Skatedroid AIR, a 2D video game of landing jumps and riding rails.