Big Fish Games has launched a cloud service for casual games

The company Big Fish Games, known as the developer and publisher of casual games for all current platforms, tried to open up new horizons in the area, adding to the existing product line in a bit part.

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We are not talking about starting a multiplayer casual game. The company decided to improve the experience of existing products through the service Big Fish Unlimited. The functionality of this solution can be estimated from the promotional video below:


Video conjures up thoughts of the utopian world where users are concerned only with games, and all that comes handy, and it is desirable that this was the same game. In addition, to a certain extent this is similar to OnLive, and the basic idea is really taken from cloud projects of this kind, and is implemented using technologies HTML5. The only difference is that casual games do not need a high speed Internet connection.
Thus, Big Fish Unlimited service is functional not only in the fixed connection to the Internet, but also on mobile devices that support 4G. It is compatible with Windows browsers, Android-devices and even some TV set-top boxes. One of the important components of the project is the ability to seamlessly switch between devices with automatic saving progress of the game. You can start on your PC, continue on the big screen, and then put another record on the road on your phone.

At the start of Big Fish Unlimited has over a hundred games, and supported by 42 developers. Monthly subscription costs $ 8, plus in the near future and start a free version of the service with 20 games and advertising support.

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