Time to Celebrate, Android Games Are Here!

Posted by Conor Murphy on July 27, 2012
Time to Celebrate, Android Games Are Here!

Android users be proud! We do (finally) have an Android side! Android Games now officially have a home in the Big Fish Game Collections section of our Blog. We at Big Fish strive to bring you as many of our great puzzles, hidden object, time management & role playing adventures as possible to all of …Read more

Big Fish Unlimited – Launch Announcement!

Posted by Conor Murphy on July 24, 2012
Big Fish Unlimited – Launch Announcement!

The wait is finally over! Paul Thelen announced that Big Fish Unlimited, the cloud gaming service with 100+ Games streaming instantly to your personal computer, mobile device and internet connected TVs, went live this morning during his Keynote address at Casual Connect 2012 in Seattle. In addition to the cloud service going live, Paul also announced a …Read more

Week in Review: July 15 – 21

Posted by Conor Murphy on July 21, 2012
Week in Review: July 15 – 21

There are mysteries and hidden objects lurking around every corner this week. Explore labyrinth-like hallways in search of your twin in Haunted Hotel: Charles Dexter Ward. Or maybe you’re in the mood for a real historical mystery – find out what happened on the famous ship in Titanic’s Keys to the Past. But mystery isn’t …Read more

Big Fish on New Day Northwest

Posted by Conor Murphy on July 19, 2012
Big Fish on New Day Northwest

We’re happy to share that Big Fish Games was on King 5 News program New Day Northwest this morning to talk about casual gaming! Jessica Sachs, Director of Developer Relations at Big Fish Games spoke with hostess, Margaret Larson, about what makes casual games so much fun. Keep tuning into New Day Northwest to learn more …Read more

Week in Review: July 8 – 14

Posted by Conor Murphy on July 14, 2012
Week in Review: July 8 – 14

Don’t worry if you’re not a town-building, gnome-saving sensation, this week’s collection of new releases has a mix of strategy, puzzle, adventure and Hidden Object Games for your enjoyment. Here’s this week’s list to see if something strikes your fancy. 1. Howlville: The Dark Past Release date: July 8 You’ve probably heard of a government …Read more

Gaming With Your Kids: Five Reasons to Game Together

Posted by Conor Murphy on July 13, 2012
Gaming With Your Kids: Five Reasons to Game Together

For many of us who grew up before the dawn of the internet, talk of gaming brings to mind card games and board games with our family just as quickly as it brings to mind today’s Daily Deal. Quality family time has long been tied to such down time activities. In today’s online world, it’s …Read more

Bejeweled 2 Cheats & Cheat Codes

Posted by Conor Murphy on July 11, 2012
Bejeweled 2 Cheats & Cheat Codes

Want to make your next game of Bejeweled 2 even more fun? Popcap Games is known for including cheats and cheat codes in their games and Bejeweled 2 is no different. We’ve put together a collection of Bejeweled 2 Cheats you can use to add a little more spice to your gameplay. It should be noted that each some of the cheat codes can be enacted at any time while others require the player to reach a predefined level to gain access. Also, some cheats are triggered by typing on the keyboard. Such cheats are NOT case sensitive and can be typed at any time during gameplay. Combining cheat codes is possible and can be seen in some of the screenshots below. To do this, just use the codes simultaneously.Read more

Can Video Games Improve Your Health?

Posted by Conor Murphy on July 11, 2012
Can Video Games Improve Your Health?

Video games sometimes get a bad rap for negative affects on public health. But if you choose wisely, gaming can help people improve their health and disease outcomes in all stages of life. For instance, video games have helped improve gait velocity, stride and balance in patients living with Parkinson’s disease and helped kids increase …Read more

5 Signs of a Video Game Addiction

Posted by Conor Murphy on July 10, 2012
5 Signs of a Video Game Addiction

Do the people in your life give you a lot of grief because you like to play video games more than the average person? Alright, maybe "more" is a bit too vague. Maybe your hand has started to mold to the shape of your controller or mouse and you see Zerglings everywhere you go. So what?Read more

Week in Review: July 1 – 7

Posted by Conor Murphy on July 7, 2012
Week in Review: July 1 – 7

Nothing up this sleeve and nothing up that sleeve, but that doesn't stop us from making a full week of new releases appear!Read more

Best Things to Drink While Gaming

Posted by Conor Murphy on July 5, 2012
Best Things to Drink While Gaming

You've got a long night of gaming ahead of you, so you've created a checklist to prepare you for the long haul.Read more

Week in Review: June 24 – 30

Posted by Conor Murphy on June 30, 2012
Week in Review: June 24 – 30

We’ve got another marvelous batch of new releases for you this week! If you love history, we’ve got games set in two entirely different eras. Visit Jane Austen’s Victorian England in Pride & Prejudice: Hidden Anthologies. If the 1800s aren’t far enough back for you, you can play Mahjong on Mount Olympus in Mahjong Mysteries: …Read more