Angry Birds: Archna's Free Game of the Week

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Angry Birds: Archna's Free Game of the Week

edited 9 February 2016 at 10:51AM in Freebies (no spend required)
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MSE_ArchnaMSE_Archna Senior Researcher
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edited 9 February 2016 at 10:51AM in Freebies (no spend required)
Click the link to play the game: Angry Birds

Link updated Feb 2016: original link no longer worked.

Don't forget if you have a suggestion for a game and want to see it in the Moneysaving tip email [EMAIL="freegame@moneysavingexpert.com"][email protected][/EMAIL]

Note from Martin: Why it's Archna's Free Game of the Week

You'll notice that it's Archna's free game of the week, much like it's Andrea's Freebies. MSE Archna is a stalwart of the team, and in charge of making sure everything's organised, sorted, collated, checked, researched and generally spiffing in the e-mail - as well as being a seriously good researcher.

Sadly though, I noticed that occasionally she loses focus and catch her playing the games that we put at the end of the e-mail. She persuaded me this was part of her 'testing work' - so now it's an official part of her job. She gets to choose the games each week! Blame her if they're no good.



  • StumpyPumpyStumpyPumpy
    1.5K posts
    Part of the Furniture 1000 Posts Photogenic
    While it says "Chrome" and is obviously done by Google to publicise Chrome, you can actually play it on other browsers as long as they are the most recent versions It definitely plays in Firefox 5.0, and I'd expect it to play in Firefox 4.0 and IE9 (but I don't have them installed to test) It doesn't work in IE8

    Come on people, it's not difficult: lose means to be unable to find, loose means not being fixed in place. So if you have a hole in your pocket you might lose your loose change.
  • I saw this when I went onto crome the other day. Can't trust myself to download it as I will never get any work done :rotfl::rotfl:
  • GlasWolfGlasWolf
    143 posts
    Works fine on Firefox 4.
  • worse than crack

    No way I am going near that
  • CampdenCampden
    217 posts
    Part of the Furniture
    Works on Safari.
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