Get Tiny Thief for Free Instead of $2.99
Article by George Norman
On 07 Apr 2014
In the past, you had to pay $2.99 to get Tiny Thief, but not anymore. The second game to be published as part of the Rovio Stars initiative is now available for free on Apple’s App Store and Google’s Play Store. So if the price tag kept you away from this charming game, you can now get it and try it out for free. You will have access to three episodes, five levels per episode.



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Tiny Thief, the game developed by 5ants and published by Rovio Entertainment as part of the Rovio Starts initiative, has dropped the price tag. In the past, if you wanted to play the game, you had to pay $2.99. Not anymore! Rovio recently announced that the exciting Tiny Thief game is available for free. Get the game and you have free access to 3 episodes, 5 levels per episodes.

Tiny Thief - Main Features
  • Puzzle-solving, hidden-objects adventure game set in a medieval fantasy world.
  • Use the element of surprise and sneakiness to outsmart your opponents.
  • Hidden treasures and other surprises are hidden throughout the interactive levels.
  • Three objectives per mission: complete a main task, find secret items, and find the mischievous ferret companion
  • 3 episodes are available for free, more are available for purchase.

Speaking about episodes, it must be mentioned that a new one has been recently rolled out. The new episode is called Bewitched, is made up of 5 magic-filled levels, tasks you with finding 18 hidden objects, and features 10 new characters (witches, ghosts, dragons, and more).



Get Tiny Thief for free from Apple’s App Store.
Get Tiny Thief for free from Google’s Play Store.


Additional information on Tiny Thief is available here and here.

In related news, the latest game to be published under the Rovio Stars initiative is a social and monster-themed word game called Word Monsters.




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