Help Save Nina (and others like her)

Posted by Melissa Dingmon on July 29, 2013
Help Save Nina (and others like her)

You may have heard about Nina. She is a young wife and mother who found out that she has less than a month to find a match. Nina has lymphoma. Lymphoma can be treated through bone marrow transplants, but the registry doesn’t have a match… YET. One of my colleagues here at Big Fish knows …Read more

Check Out the New Big Fish Games App Today!

Posted by Conor Murphy on July 26, 2013
Check Out the New Big Fish Games App Today!

We’re very happy to announce the release of the Big Fish Games App, the newest incarnation of our Game Manager! Go ahead and download the new Big Fish Games App here! The redesigned, revamped Game Manager looks better, runs better, and is much easier to use than ever before. You’ll be able to easily see …Read more

Art Director Goes on Vacation? Casino Artists go Wild!

Posted by Conor Murphy on July 18, 2013
Art Director Goes on Vacation? Casino Artists go Wild!

What’s the only thing better than playing slots? Playing slots online of course! And what’s the best thing about going online? Checking out all the funny memes! A few weeks ago the Art Director in our Oakland office went on summer vacation. Naturally, our Oakland artists dropped everything and decided to brainstorm new and exciting …Read more

If I Were Attending Comic Con, I Would…

Posted by Lauren Hall-Stigerts on July 17, 2013
If I Were Attending Comic Con, I Would…

San Diego Comic-Con is the world’s biggest pop-culture convention that I somehow miss every year. I’ll watch my friends’ feeds from the front lines and be green with envy. But if I was there, here’s what I would do. Brush up on my convention etiquette. Source: ckdecember via Deviantart Not mess with this Marine… Source: …Read more

Games to Play While Waiting for Plants vs Zombies 2…

Posted by Big Fish Games on July 15, 2013
Games to Play While Waiting for Plants vs Zombies 2…

I have to admit: I am looking forward to the sequel of Plants vs Zombies, “Plants vs Zombies 2: It’s about time”. The first one came out all the way back in 2009, (seems like ages ago!), and was nominated with two titles from the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences: “Casual Game of the …Read more

Best iPhone Games — July 2013

Posted by Jessica Sachs on July 15, 2013
Best iPhone Games — July 2013

If you’re looking for ways to stay busy during your summer travels (or staycations), a few new iPad apps might help keep your mind active. Here’s a list of the best iPad Games of June to help you stay entertained at the beach, in the park, on the road or from the comfort of your air-conditioned living room.Read more

The Best Macs for Gaming

Posted by Mac QA Team on July 11, 2013
The Best Macs for Gaming

I am a Mac hardware addict. I absolutely love Macs of all kinds, young and old, and I always want more of them (I keep a minimum of four on my desk). I’m here on the blog today to break down all the models and talk about the best macs for casual gaming, in case …Read more

The Video Game Villains’ Guide to Hipster Facial Hair

Posted by Lauren Hall-Stigerts on July 10, 2013
The Video Game Villains’ Guide to Hipster Facial Hair

Listen up, aspiring super villains: Do you want to be taken seriously? Do you want to strike fear into the hearts of your goodie-goodie nemeses? Do you want your appearance to do all the talking for you in your rise to world domination? All you need is the right facial hair. (OK, and maybe some …Read more

Square Enix Knocks It Out of the Park at E3!

Posted by Taylor Stein on July 5, 2013
Square Enix Knocks It Out of the Park at E3!

The Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) is notable within the gaming community as the celebration of all celebrations, the pinnacle of shock, awe, and utter anticipation for the entire year. Tightlipped industry bigwigs spill it all in glorious fashion while diehard onlookers sit eyes glued on their television screens or computer monitors. E3 is truly a …Read more

Speed Art: Game Character Sketches Rendered in Flash

Posted by Melissa Dingmon on July 3, 2013
Speed Art: Game Character Sketches Rendered in Flash

Jeff Willis, the creator of beloved characters including McDivot from Fairway Solitaire, mixes old and new technology to bring his art to life. He begins each piece with a pencil sketch on paper. Once he is satisfied with the look and feel, he scans the drawing into his computer where he uses Adobe Flash to …Read more

Eipix Launches Groundbreaking Myths of the World Series

Posted by Lisa Brunette on July 1, 2013
Eipix Launches Groundbreaking Myths of the World Series

Up-and-coming developer Eipix has done what we thought would be impossible: delivered a game set in Ancient China that our players love! You wonderful people out there in gameland have not exactly fallen in love with our games with Asian settings in the past. Maybe that’s because you associate them with “Kung Fu” action films …Read more

Best Android Games — July 2013

Posted by Conor Murphy on July 1, 2013
Best Android Games — July 2013

It’s easy to find yourself lost in the Android video game market with so many developers entering the mobile arena. However, you can still fill your tablet or smartphone with high quality apps by checking out our list of the best Android Games of July 2013! Jane Wilde There premise behind Jane Wilde is simple: …Read more