Big Fish Launches Unlimited Streaming Service for Android Tablets

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  • 01 Sep 2012
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  • I’m sure you’re familiar with Big Fish Games, since they make some of the greatest mystery games out there and distribute a large number of titles. Well, now they’ve launched their own cloud based game service and that happened in July under the branding Big Fish Unlimited. Now the company debuted the same service in a version for Android tablets.

    This is a combo between the casual game catalog of the company and the streaming distribution system made popular by Gaikai and OnLive. The service had been available for players in USA on PC and Mac browsers and now it’s available on Android devices via a special app in Google Play. The service is Nexus 7 optimized and also works on popular models like the Galaxy Tab, Galaxy Tab Plus and Motorola Xoom. It doesn’t support phones at the moment, sadly.

    Big Fish offers synced game saves over multiple devices and community features, as well as providing the actual games. The service will also come to Smart TVs via Roku in 2012 and iOS support was also promised for the future. You pay $7.99 a month for the full service and you can get the app from here.

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    SOURCE: Pocketgamer.co.uk
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