Ok, I'm not really sure about this, but isn't the reason that the Nexus in that movie can play that game because it's running Android 2,2(FroYo) which means it supports full flash 10,1? As far as I know in that movie its not an application from the Android Marketplace? It's a .SWF on the internet that is played with the flashplayer inside the phone?
This would mean that only android phones running android 2,2(FroYo) would be able to play flashgames/apps made in CS5 but older versions of android would be unable to play them. I would love to be able to put my flashgames/apps in the marketplace..
In Flash CS5 there is actually a direct export option which exports completed iPhone apps which you just have to upload to the appstore (and get validated by crApple) ... right? This is the sort of think I'm looking for.. But for android instead.
(Well, you where supposed to be able to upload them to the appstore until Apple denied that kind of devloped applications.)
Sorry if I've gotten something wrong