It is the season of giving, and Rovio is in the mood to give. The company’s entire portfolio is now up for grabs, and all Angry Birds games are now free to download for Windows Phone users.

The Windows Phone Store is slowly bridging the app gap, but the fact remains that compared to the iOS or Android offerings, a lot of apps and games on Microsoft’s platform cost money.

And with the company now targeting emerging markets, this causes a bit of a problem.

It’s not the price that’s the issue for a lot of Windows Phone users that choose budget handsets, but the fact that not all of them own credit cards — and Microsoft does not have agreements with all carriers to all these users to pay for apps using their monthly bills.

But now is the moment to download some fun titles.

Rovio Black Friday Deal

A total of 10 Rovio games are listed on the Windows Phone Store, and 9 of them are now available for download, as part of its Black Friday promotion. All the Angry Birds titles can be downloaded free of charge. The only title that is priced at $0.99 is Amazing Alex.

Rovio Entertainment, the developer of these games is known for slashing prices of its titles a few times through the year. In case you missed downloading these the last time, now is the time to start your download engines.

The following titles are available, for a limited time, of course:

Angry Birds, Angry Birds Epic, Angry Birds Seasons, Angry Birds Star Wars, Angry Birds Go!, Angry Birds Rio, Angry Birds Star Wars II, Angry Birds Space and Bad Piggies.

All are compatible with devices powered by Windows Phone 8 and up.

And you can grab them here.

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  • SoylentGreenIP

    To bad they all don’t work on 512 devices.

    • Fahad Ali

      Yup, valid concern. There shouldn’t actually be 512MB Windows Phone devices, just up the price by whatever to add in another memory module or something, and go in with 1GB on all smartphones.

      Oh well, what can you say, right?