Amazon Underground Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Free (usually £6.56) over 2,000 Android mobile apps and games totally FREE
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Amazon Underground Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Free (usually £6.56) over 2,000 Android mobile apps and games totally FREE

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Found 16th Dec 2016Made hot 16th Dec 2016
Freebies include Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (usually £6.56) Goat Simulator (£3.99) Jetpack Joyride, Sonic Dash, Sonic Dash 2: Sonic Boom, Sonic CD, Angry Birds (RIO, Space,Slingshot Stella) Disney Toy Story Smash it, Nemo's Reef, Frozen Freefall etc

To install on Android mobile, follow the steps below.

Download the Amazon Underground app to your Android mobile amazon.co.uk/gp/…-21

The app will prompt you to change your settings to install from unknown sources. (If not, go to Settings, Security and scroll to Unknown Sources.)

Open the app and scroll to Underground Apps on the menu to download freebies – check out bestsellers for inspiration.

If you have trouble downloading it, Amazon's help page:
amazon.co.uk/gp/…180

To make absolutely sure the app / game is free look for the 'Actually Free' banner.

Doesnt work on other tablets or iPhones

15 Comments

Was hoping I'd be able to do this on the Amazon Fire TV but can't seem to find the app. Would've loved to give this another whirl

This is a freebie listing not a deal.

Definitely not free in the Amazon App Store through the fire tv

This has been free through Amazon Underground on Kindle for a long old time now.

Has been free on underground for ages. I've completed KOTOR twice on mobile since it was free :')

do these work on kindle fire etc or just on android tabs

Always been very wary of Amazon Underground because of the permissions involved. I've installed apps from Amazon before but I know a lot of folk seemed concerned Underground could pose security risks. Anybody here had any problems?

shikztheurbanlegend

do these work on kindle fire etc or just on android tabs


It should work on all Kindle fire tablets. The best way to test it out is click the "Get App" button at the following link: amazon.co.uk/Sta…lic and then it should appear in your app drawer.
Edited by: "dkumar" 16th Dec 2016

Cold. Been free for about a year now

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Edited by: "oUkTuRkEyIII" 16th Dec 2016

oUkTuRkEyIII



'Access the flashlight'

Wat?

Yes, this is a repost of something that's been around for years, but I haven't seen it posted for a while... It's sometimes nice to have a reminder of these things, or for new members who haven't seen it before.

Didn't even know this was on android.

copperspock

'Access the flashlight'Wat?


use flash for photo app i presume

copperspock

'Access the flashlight'Wat?



My flashlight on my phone now blinks randomly at night ever since I installed it......

I figured out in morse code its saying "Try kellogs frosties... they're great!"

Amazon selling on my details no doubt

all joking aside its quite scary the access that app gets to your phone.

Its spyware you are actually knowingly downloading...
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