Big Fish Games in the News, November 20th

Posted by Conor Murphy on November 20, 2009 in Big Fish News -- Share:
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This post marks the start of a new feature in the Big Fish Games’ Blog. We’ve decided to periodically share Big Fish Games editorial content from around the web with our readers. We’ll be posting links here so you can see what others are saying about us.

As you can imagine, we’re rapidly gearing up for next week’s release of the Mystery Case Files: Dire Grove Collector’s Edition, and it looks like many of the top gaming sites are getting excited about its arrival as well. Gamezebo describes MCF: Dire Grove as "the hotly anticipated sixth game in the Mystery Case Files hidden object / adventure series from Big Fish Games Studios," while Gaming Nexus says (of the Collector’s Edition), "Casual gamers are going to love this announcement."

In Mac-related news, Big Fish Games’ Studios is proud to have just released the Drawn: The Painted Tower for the Mac. This release caught the interest of MacNN.

Finally, Big Fish Games CEO Jeremy Lewis was quoted in a Christian Science Monitor article, New Economy cities: A Seattle slew of advantages. When asked why Seattle is such a great place to house our headquarters, he touched on the advantage Seattle offers when it comes to recruiting top talent: "We recruit not only from here, but from other places, too… So it’s not just a place where creative people are, but a place where creative people want to come."

Check out more Mystery Case Files: Dire Grove Collector’s Edition coverage below:

Come back periodically to find links to Big Fish Games content we run across on the web!

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Conor is a Marketing Manager with Big Fish, working out of the Seattle office. In his spare time he enjoys watching science documentaries and playing old school adventure games. Get in touch with him on Twitter! or Google+