The new version of Cinnamon appears to be compiled on April 1st for Android. Hopefully it's not an April's fool joke. The build is running very well, even on my old Galaxy Note I.
It's funny that after Jim Ablett's website is down since a few weeks, i had to become a fisherman to sail away here and there in various websites and look for new versions on my own.
Sometimes i'm coming home (!) with nothing at all. And sometimes i'm lucky.
Indeed we need more engine authors who care about Android versions. So, thanks must go to Guiseppe Cannella. He's one of them.
I'd previously posted about 1.2b version of Cinnamon which worked on some arm devices according to other users but that never happened on my Exynos or Rockchip cpu's. I only had the x86 build working on Atom 3745D, a processor that i could not use for Rapidroid due to different Nps performance distribution across engines. X86 is simply not linear with arm architecture.
Now Cinnamon 2.0 looks promising for a series of gauntlets since it can use both fixed time and Fischer clock as per first tests. I guess it can take part in the next Rapidroid release.
Meanwhile, you may enjoy the following builds on your arm devices:
Cinnamon 2.0 32-bit for arm7: HERE
Cinnamon 2.0 64-bit for arm8: HERE