I started a while ago to build Android and iOS pseudo-native versions of the game using PhoneGap, and first results were really encouraging. But big issues started to pile up, and I started to lose a lot of time trying to fix them instead of working on other planned evolutions.
Cozy started as a personal private cloud and app platform, and is now evolving into a universal tool that can help you organize your life and make you more productive by automating routine tasks. But it can also host any client side app you want, including games such as 2048 or esviji.
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For those of you with Android devices, there is a new way to play esviji, with the publication of the game in the Google Play store. Go install it and play!
Andrzej Mazur, Enclave Games founder and creator of Captain Rogers, sends every week a great newsletter about HTML5 Game Development: Gamedev.js Weekly Newsletter. In January 15th, 2016 issue #106 he featured esviji v2.
Andrés y Johnatan has published a nice review of the game (in spanish) on his “Apps Firefox OS” blog.