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No, you aren’t seeing things! We’ve all appreciated our previous Big Fish Blog for the past several years. It’s served us well and we will miss it (probably not, but we will think of it fondly!). We just had a tiny (okay, not so tiny) face lift. All of your favorite resources are here with a few more! We’ve been working hard for several months now to make sure everything is just right and we’re SO thrilled and proud to share it with you (Look at the photo! It’s so meta: a blog within a blog!).

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Why Did We Do This?

The marketing team decided that it was time for a big blog update. We’ve been improving everything about the blog from the articles we write, to our stats database, and our video section. It makes sense that the blog be as pretty on the outside as it is on the inside! Aaron and Jessica, our two coding wizards on the marketing team, put in about four months of work to design the new blog and bring it to life!

Epic Main Page

The changes to the blog are evident from the first moment you take a peak at the main page. You now have access to larger pictures, videos, Twitter, and Facebook, all at your fingertips. You can take a look at the page in two modes. It automatically shows up in grid mode, but you can switch to list mode easily by clicking on the “View More” button at the bottom of the screen.

If you want to switch back to grid mode, you can click on this button (isn’t my arrow pretty?):
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Slider of Awesome

We added a slider for featured blog posts so that you can see recent articles that we’re excited about right now. These will change weekly. Feel free to just sit and watch as it cycles through content. We do!

Please take a few minutes to look around and try things out! Let us know what you think and let us know if anything looks a little wonky. With big change occasionally you’ll experience some growing pains.

We hope you like the new look as much as we do!

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  • Mariel Warren

    Are Big Fish games working on Windows 10? I need to update computer but don’t want to lose all of my games.

    • Hello Mariel, I’m not sure at this time if they are. Have you contacted customer support?

    • The changes to the blog are evident from the first moment you take a peak at the main page. You now have access to larger pictures, videos, Twitter, and Facebook, all at your fingertips. You can take a look at the page in two modes. It automatically shows up in grid mode, but you can switch to list mode easily by clicking on the “View More” button at the bottom of the screen.

    • All of your favorite resources are here with a few more! We’ve been working hard for several months now to make sure everything is just right and we’re SO thrilled and proud to share it with you (Look at the photo! It’s so meta: a blog within a blog!).

    • It makes sense that the blog be as pretty on the outside as it is on the inside! Aaron and Jessica, our two coding wizards on the marketing team, put in about four months of work to design the new blog and bring it to life!

    • The marketing team decided that it was time for a big blog update. We’ve been improving everything about the blog from the articles we write, to our stats database, and our video section. It makes sense that the blog be as pretty on the outside as it is on the inside! Aaron and Jessica, our two coding wizards on the marketing team, put in about four months of work to design the new blog and bring it to life!

    • Please take a few minutes to look around and try things out! Let us know what you think and let us know if anything looks a little wonky. With big change occasionally you’ll experience some growing pains.

      • Pat Gardiner

        I still have this problem of the page being magnified. I cannot reduce it. So I can not see a lot of the game. Most annoying.

        • Can you elaborate a little further and let me know what sort of device you’re playing on?