Starbucks Offering Spy Mouse as Free Pick of the Week

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With complementary Wi-Fi, convenient locations everywhere, and free new music, it’s already a piece of cake (or biscotti) to unwind at a Starbucks. Starting next week, you can also squeeze a little playtime into your pocket for free. EA and Starbucks are happy to announce we’re partnering up to offer the new iOS game Spy Mouse for free at all Starbucks nationwide the week of August 30th.

Play as Agent Squeak and navigate over 70 levels spread across six unique worlds with an advanced arsenal of gadgets, gizmos, and power-ups. Outwit fiendish hench-cats in his quest to liberate tasty treats without winding up one himself! This tiny package packs in a wealth of content including achievements, secret levels, and more updates to come.

Spy Mouse marks the first game featured as part of the new, expanded Starbucks Pick of the Week. In addition to new music, you can also discover some amazing Apps for your iOS device. Every week they will showcase a different application, TV show, or book preview.

This fun-filled new game from the creators of Flight Control and Real Racing can be yours for the low, low price of free! It’s as simple as picking up a Pick of the Week card from your nearest Starbucks while supplies last. You can then redeem its code directly through the iTunes Store.

This offer is for a limited time only, so make sure to swing by your local Starbucks and check out Spy Mouse starting next Tuesday, August 30th. If you can’t wait until then for this great new game, you can purchase it from the iTunes App Store starting this Thursday, August 25th.

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