The caveat being that the popular indie game is now priced at $.99 in the Marketplace, however, the developer believes that any who downloaded the free version of the game throughout the beta stages will continue to receive updates for free.
If you haven’t already tried Chicks N’ Vixens, it’s similar to Angry Birds and has come along quite nicely from early development stages. The developer is a single person and has been extremely helpful in communicating with fans on the games progress.
If you would like to give the game a try, there is a free trial option. You can find the game by searching for “Chicks n’ Vixens” in the Zune PC software or on your Windows Phone.