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Angry Birds Epic now available for free on Windows Phone

Rovio's latest instalment in the Angry Birds franchise is an RPG, which is quite different from the physics-based gameplay that has made the series an international hit. Called Angry Birds Epic, the game was soft-launched in Canada, Australia and New Zealand earlier this year, but is available globally now.

Angry Birds Epic follows a free-to-play model that is becoming increasingly popular with mobile game studios. The game follows a turn-based RPG format which sees players battling pigs with a team of birds. Along the way, players can acquire and upgrade weapons, potions and armor, level up and unlock new characters. Users also have access to a crafting engine that allows them to create new parts for use in battle scenarios.

Check out the trailer for the game below:

The game is a free download and comes with several in-app purchases. Head over to the link below to download the game for Windows Phone. Works on phones with 512MB of RAM.

  • Angry Birds Epic - Windows Phone 8 - Free - Store Link

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Angry Birds Epic now available for free on Windows Phone

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Not having to wait years to get it on Windows Phone makes me happy :) I'll give this a try... But good luck getting any money out of me! I am staunchly defensive about paying anything when it comes to f2p.

I'll take f2p ONLY if there is a resonable way to progress withouth investing any money.

Could Riders is a good example of "resanoble" F2P game. My stronghold is level 6 , valor is about 800 with level 28 (29 soon) and I haven't invested a penny yet.

GameLoft is on the opposite end of the spectrum. You'll get stuck with no way out mid game unless you start forking serious dough.

Havent played any Gameloft release except Asphalt 8 ... Have reached 765 stars without spending any money ... Yes ... there are days even one star seems impossible ... but you pull yourself through ... if only i had that much perseverance in real life !!!

Same here! I have 564 stars, need more time to play but it has been fun all the way! I play it on my 1020, Dell Venue 8 Pro tablet and desktop computer. Asphalt 8 is a great game.

Precisely the sort of folk these types of game hope to avoid. They should offer a flat out fee purchase option.

That's what I thought. But I'll be honest Angry Birds Go was a good game , so were the bad piggies (even thou I thought that Bad Piggies was unresonably hard) ... yes you'll get bored quick if you don't invest real money but AngryBirds GO was fun even if you take free route...

My only grip is that Rovio is kinda like Disney: you install game beeing baffled why it takes so much space. AngryBirds GO was ridiculous that way...

I've never tried the original angry birds or angry birds go but Bad Piggies was simply awesome game.

I figured Angry Birds was still relevant considering its always at the top of app list in each platforms respective store.

Further, I liken it to Pokemon. Sure the initial crazy hype died down. But now its become a well known, successful franchise in it's own right. Gotta give credit to Rovio for diversifying the brand and committing to all three platforms.

Is this multiplayer??
gameplay trailer seems like kingdoms and lords &cloud raiders.

EDIT: Gameplay is smooth, i guess it is multiplayer too as it has facebook login.

Wow.. And it still takes less than 10 comments for the first "no XBL, no brain" post. Jesus.

I haven't tried the game yet, but it's definitely nice to see that it launched the same time it did on Android and iOS. Rovio seems to take WP seriously. Hopefully more and more app and game devs/studios follow suit.

But I didn't actually find it on my HTC one x, and my friend's HTC one (m7)
EDIT: never mind I had to go to "other apps from Rovio" to get
Didn't find it in normal search...

I'm not a fan of RPG's but my daughter finds entertainment in them, almost all games I have on my 1520 are for baby girl.

Good RPG is very entertaining but you have to invest time way beyond casual play. Sadly many of us don't have that time luxury...

RPG... Eh. You can bet it'll steer heavily towards the 'pay or grind' approach.

I think I'll finish my backlog of Final Fantasy games first tbh.

I wish they'd release more Final Fantasy games, and even the apps for Final Fantasy 14 like the authenticator. I hate needing to grab my keys every time I want to play.

+920

LMAO!

See if you can put a pig on some poorly constructed structure. You're fun level will go sky high as all of a sudden you don't neceseraly have to aim at the pig...

Poorly constructed structure. hmm, these pigs are heavier tho. I think I need to use a bird cannon instead of a slingshot to knock em down. Maybe place them on a random house/building and Cannon AWAY! Might be better. This way it feels more like angry (dead) birds.

AngryBirds GO was the same way but there was a workaround.

You start a game while on wifi , wait for a home screen to show up and press home button.

Now you can go back at any time and play a game off line.

(Pressing home button will suspend the game but when you go back to it it will not check for interent connection again since it will simply resume from "home screen")

Just when I'm amazed that one company cares about WP by releasing their games at the same time as IOS and android, those stupid kids come along and moan about Xbox live integration....

They're given as comments for every game that comes out. It would appear that this is a religious experience for them.

Laguh.

Ignore.

Move on and remember not to feed the Troll...

It's actually a fine game. Really smooth and very intuitive. The birds and pigs sounds can get annoying tho.

Don't need to search . Just click on the link given in this article. If you are using WPC app, than swipe left to go more, click on Download APP..

That's exactly what I did except it's swipe right not left.

Still it's odd how it didn't show up in store when I did a search.

(It's not a first time this happened..)

1) WP version released together with iOS and Android versions.
2) Available for 512 MB devices.
The above two reasons are enough for me to support the game. It being an RPG helps too.

So far it's a great game, but I can't figure out how to log in to my Rovio account so that I can pick my game up on my tablet and not continue to destry my phone's battery.  According to Rovio's website you click the nest and go to the totem pole and sign in under Rovio account but all I see on my Lumia 520 is the ability to sign in to Facebook.  What gives?  Anyone having this same problem or know what I'm doing wrong?

I don't think Rovio accounts are supported on Windows Phone. This is why I gave up playing Angry Birds. I switch phones a lot and restarting is hugely disappointing.

I get a facebook login fail too.  And no ability to log in to my Rovio account.  I installed the app on my android tablet and the option to sign in to Rovio account is there.  So it's apparently lacking in the Windows Phone app version???

Loging and balancing is an issue but so is the gameplay.

Tap on your bird. Draw a finget to pig. Watch random generator deciding how much damage pig gets.

Wait for pig to strike.

Repeat. <YAWN!>

You option is to hold finger for what appears to be "special power".

Seriously, is this a receipt for a good game?

Weird problem to bring up but does anyone hear a weird static noise when they listen to their speaker when they load this game or whatsapp?

Don't Freemium games bother anyone else?

My Son has spent more than $200 on Clash of Clans in this Freemium model.  It's always just another 5 bucks. 

I don't know anyone who would buy an app for $200, yet we are letting these companies get away with this?

SERIOUSLY:
Look at their business model.  They pit players against eachother in an online world, then continuously offer to sell both sides more powerful weapons to beat the other guy.  

MANY FREEMIUM SOFTWARE COMPANIES ARE ARMS DEALERS THAT SELL TO BOTH SIDES!   

Sorry to say it but you have no one but yourself (and your son I guess) to blame for in-app purchases.

Many of us have accepted fremium model and we're ok with it as long as it's "resanoble".

EDIT: 

In my household we don't have any credit cards registered with any devices that support in-app purchases. Heck even my own phone is set to US region so carrier based charges do not work (unless yo change region and reboot). I give my son ocasional 25 dollar pre-paid card from wallmart and that's it... he does with it what he wants but he gets them extremely rearly so he has learned to "spend visely".

You just answered your own question really.. you allow your son to spend that much on a freemium game, do you wonder why they keep making them? It's because of YOU! Your MONEY supports the freemium model.

I don't mind that it doesn't have Xbox support. What's irritating is that the Rovio account is not supported on Windows Phone yet. I want to sync my progress across my devices Rovio! :(

The game even mentions the Rovio account in the loading screen tips... awkard. :S

Wow, is this the first app/game to ever launch simultaneously on all the major mobile platforms? Must be a first for WP.