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    " Pay whatever you want to get four amazing games, each making their Android debut in this Humble Bundle promotion: Zen Bound 2, Avadon: The Black Fortress (Android version is tablet-only), Canabalt, and Cogs! Customers who pay more than the average will also receive Swords & Soldiers, a vibrant side-scrolling strategy game, now available on Android and Linux!"

    For those unfamiliar with the concept, you pay what you like (they suggest at least a $) and they donate to various good causes. While this bundle isn't as good as the first one, heck - its a $.

    I've tried all the games and they work fine on the tp even though some are slow to load. The best two are cogs, which is a sliding tiles puzzle game, and canabalt, which is a never ending run and jump game where you see how far you can get. Zen bound is a puzzle game where you rotate carved things into the correct orientations, but I didn't really see the point. Avadon is a rather generic turn based RPG.
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    Is an arm binary included for linux or source code for any of the games, for those of us sticking to webOS?
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    Not sure, but looking at the download links it doesn't look like it.
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    I had about the same experience. Avadon was a little finicky to install (took two tries, failed the first one) but then launched without a problem. Little sluggish sometimes though. Cogs worked fine. Zen Bound worked fine. Swords & Soldiers worked fine. I didn't try Canabalt except to see if it's launch.

    Ironically, the thing that gave me the most trouble was the HiB app which, when I did get it to work, didn't seem to do anything anyway. I had already downloaded the games via the web browser.

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