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[ Gone Free ] Angry Birds Seasons: The Uber Popular Game is now FREE for the iPhone and iPad for a limited time

Editor’s Pick: Angry Birds Seasons HD

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Angry Birds Seasons HD
(4 stars with 67302 User Ratings)
iPad App
$2.99


Angry Birds Seasons
(4.5 stars with 223934 Ratings)
iPhone App
$0.99
Free Offer Ended. This app was free on February 5, 2015, but the offer has expired. Follow us on Twitter or Subscribe by email or RSS feed to get daily App Gone Free notifications so you won’t miss it next time. The following impression was made during the promotional period.

 

We have an incredible deal for you today. Angry Birds Seasons (yes, THAT Angry Birds Seasons) is now free for a limited time!

Now you can grab the game at no cost for your iPhone or iPad. It has all the wonder and excitement of the original Angry Birds game, which I’m sure everyone is familiar with, with a holiday twist. Now you can play the Halloween version, maybe even the lunar New Year version, and so many others including the newest NBA All Star levels. This physics based game has taken the App Store by storm since it first came out, and it hasn’t appeared to let up on its hold on consumers.

Grab this for free while the deal lasts and start flinging those birds.

 

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Best Free Apps of the Day on Mar 27. MyCal PRO, Fiete – A day on the farm, Music Tutor, & More

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New! Final Fantasy Record Keeper

 
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