Want Angry Birds for nowt? From tomorrow you can try and get a copy from the Currys- and PC World-branded versions of Intel's AppUp, the chip giant's netbook-centric online app store. You'll need an Intel-based computer running Windows of course. While AppUp is intended for netbooks, since the Atom chip is thoroughly x86 …
Downloaded the AppUp, registered and they offered me a free download of PacMan, but Angry Birds is still listed at £3.49......
Worked for me
The article did say "tomorrow" which is now today, so that might be a clue..?
It says tomorrow...
Article says "From tomorrow........"
Oh well. Still says it's £3.49 for me today - probably cos it's now over the 15,000 download mark. Never mind - stick to my iPad version.
You wouldn't catch me in thouse shops
If they gave all their merchandise away for free.
Well presumably the Dixons version...
.. is called 'Angry Customers'?
We love typos
My netbook is fully compatible
with the bus between glasgow and muirkirk, isn't yours?
buy from dixons?
you been on the sherry again?
Registered with AppUpp yesterday, but Angry Birds is still £3.49 today.
So re-registered today (1st Feb) and 'woohoo' free Angry birds downloaded and now running.
I give it five minutes
from when the action starts, modulo the system getting swamped. So best download & register the app thingy and have it ready come midnight. Probably. Me, I don't have a winders box handy so I won't be holding my breath.
Angry Birds for free
But the Angry Birds extended warranty costs £10.
It's an addictive little game.....
and took me 10 times as long to complete than MoH, any of the CoD or BFBC2 and cost me absolutely nothing.
Paris because it's fun to play with cheap birds.
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