Ta da! Fallen Enchantress on a Google Nexus 7!
Okay, okay, it's not actually running on the Nexus 7. It's running on my Windows 7 desktop, which I'm then using from the tablet via a VNC-type application. Fortunately, Android actually has support for mice, so all I had to do is pair a bluetooth mouse with it (seen on the right), and a mouse cursor magically appears, and is fully functional (right clicks, scrolling, etc.). It's perfectly playable, and I've spent many hours sitting on my couch in front of the TV playing FE on the Nexus.
Not sure why I'm posting this... I guess in case anyone else wants to give it a whirl. What's required:
- A VNC-type application running on both the Windows machine and the tablet. I'm using Splashtop 2, though there are certainly other options. I chose Splashtop 2 because it's very well regarded, claims to be very secure, easy to set up, and it's free as long as the tablet and computer are on the same local network. The mediocre 3.6 rating is simply because of the $10/year subscription fee if you want to do this remotely. If both your computer and tablet are local, however, it's 100% free, though it does require signing up for an account. There are plenty of alternatives, though, if you want to use something else.
- A bluetooth mouse. I don't think it would be realistically possible to play FE without one, because you need right-clicking. Unfortunately, to the best of my knowledge, iPads don't have mouse support, so this is only possible with Android tablets for now (and please, no bickering over which tablet is better, I'm just mentioning it so I don't mislead iPad owners).
Just bored on a Saturday afternoon, so thought I'd share...