Big Fish featured in Seattle’s Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI)

Big Fish featured in Seattle’s Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI)

The Museum of History and Industry has been a hidden gem of Seattle, but after a move into the Naval Reserve Armory in South Lake …

Posted by Melissa Dingmon on February 4, 2013
Series Spotlight: Grave Mania

Series Spotlight: Grave Mania

In this week’s Series Spotlight, we take a look at the Grave Mania game series from Anino Games. I was able to sit down with …

Posted by Conor Murphy on January 31, 2013
The Word of the Year is a Win for the Internet

The Word of the Year is a Win for the Internet

When I was a kid, we didn’t have mobile phones to entertain us. Our friends had to visit our house to play a cooperative video …

Posted by Lauren Hall-Stigerts on January 30, 2013
Sneak Peek – Nightmare Adventures: The Turning Thorn

Sneak Peek – Nightmare Adventures: The Turning Thorn

Oh boy! I feel like Steve Martin in The Jerk announcing the arrival of the new phone books. “The new Nightmare Adventures game is here, …

Posted by Margie B. on January 25, 2013
Sneak Peek – Amaranthine Voyage: The Tree of Life Collector’s Edition

Sneak Peek – Amaranthine Voyage: The Tree of Life Collector’s Edition

Eipix Entertainment’s tag line of “Creating Worlds” is certainly fitting. They have created a visually stunning game with both an intriguing storyline and exciting gameplay. …

Posted by Margie B. on January 24, 2013
Games for Young Kids

Games for Young Kids

These days, kids and technology seem to go together like peanut butter and jelly. Kids are able to understand and work with everything from cellphones …

Posted by Conor Murphy on January 22, 2013
Fairway Solitaire Wins 2012 People’s Choice Award!

Fairway Solitaire Wins 2012 People’s Choice Award!

Fairway Solitaire has recently garnered some pretty cool awards even though an evil gopher, McDivot, has been wrecking havoc on players. Apparently, McDivot’s antics weren’t …

Posted by Melissa Dingmon on January 15, 2013
What Does it Mean to be a Gamer?

What Does it Mean to be a Gamer?

Playing games is more than a hobby for me. Games are how I bonded with my brothers growing up. Games are how I met some …

Posted by Lauren Hall-Stigerts on January 14, 2013
Lea Thompson on ABC Family

Lea Thompson on ABC Family

Did you love seeing Lea Thompson in Mystery Case Files: Shadow Lake? Don’t miss the winter premiere of her hit ABC Family series Switched at …

Posted by Conor Murphy on January 7, 2013
Series Spotlight: Grim Tales

Series Spotlight: Grim Tales

In today’s Series Spotlight, we let you in on our chat with Elephant Studios, the team that brought you the Surface & Grim Tales game …

Posted by Conor Murphy on January 5, 2013
Series Spotlight: Nightmare Realm

Series Spotlight: Nightmare Realm

To commemorate the release of Nightmare Realm: In the End, I spoke with lead designer Vladimir Fokin about how the Nightmare Realm series got it’s start. After reading the interview below, treat yourself and celebrate the new year a day early by checking out Nightmare Realm: In the End!

Posted by Conor Murphy on December 31, 2012
Mystery Case Files: Return to Ravenhearst Early Concept Art

Mystery Case Files: Return to Ravenhearst Early Concept Art

The process of creating a new Mystery Case Files game requires a great deal of work by many talented people within Big Fish Games. Some of those individuals are the Big Fish Studios' artists. These artists spend a great deal of time drawing, painting, and rendering the graphics you see in select Big Fish Games releases. Before developers began creating Return to Ravenhearst, concept sketches and paintings were created to help the development team better visualize game play locations. These works also help everyone involved better understand the style, tone, and overall feeling of the game.

Posted by Conor Murphy on December 29, 2012