Zen Pinball HD now on Google Play, Marvel tables on sale - destructoid

Zen Pinball HD now on Google Play, Marvel tables on sale

6:30 PM on 12.18.2012

Brett Zeidler

Contributor and Engineer

Hey Zen Studios, take all my money... again


Zen Studios has announced today that Zen Pinball HD would make its way to the Google Play store today. Yes, I'm sure some of you have had it for awhile (myself included), but that's because we're running one of those sexy Tegra powered devices. Now everyone is able to download the platform, and all tables have been upgraded to allow the player to run the game in an enhanced or standard version for Tegra and standard Android devices, respectively.

To celebrate the official launch of Zen Pinball HD, Zen Studios is also having a $0.99 sale this week on every single Marvel table that's currently available on there (X-MenCivil WarBladeGhost RiderWorld War HulkThe AvengersCaptain AmericaThorFantastic Four, and Wolverine). These are originally $2.99 a pop, so you'd be saving yourself $20 if you bought all of them. Which you should totally do, by the way. I know I just did (for the fourth time).




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