Big Fish Unlimited Review

By Ruth on November 17, 2012 in review
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I absolutely love being able to promote local companies, and when it is something that my daughter and I enjoy, it is even better!  That is why I could not be happier to be reviewing another product from Big Fish Games, a Seattle company!  Last time I reviewed a specific game for them, but this time I get to tell you about a phenomenal service they offer that both my daughter and I love.

Big Fish Unlimited  is a service that this company offers that allows you to play a new game every day.  That’s right!  I don’t know about you, but I get bored easily if I have to play the same computer or smartphone game over and over again.  I am always on the hunt for new games, but I never know which game is good unless I download it and try it out.  And invariably, I find I don’t like it, and I am on the hunt again.  My daughter has the same trouble.

What if there were a service that offered the best games for one flat rate per month?  You can play over 100 games on your PC or Android  (yes, I am quite partial to the Android platform),  and with that kind of selection, how can you go wrong?  And the price is only $7.99 a month.  You probably know from experience that buying a computer or Android game is often $3 or more per game, so even if you only play three games per month, you have already saved a bundle.  It honestly couldn’t be easier!

My daughter and I were able to sign up for a free trial, and my daughter got right into playing games.  I honestly could not tell you what games she played, but I know it was fairly easy for her to navigate and find games that she liked.  She is the gamer in the family, so I didn’t get a chance to actually play games, but I did check out the service.  I was fairly impressed with what I saw, and I saw many games that I wanted to try out.  The only problem we ran into was updating the flash player on our PC, but that was a relatively easy fix.  And it needed to be done, anyway.

Now, in case you are not familiar with Big Fish Games, let me fill you in on a few of the facts about the company.  As I stated before, they are based in Seattle, and their computer games are loved and player in over 150 countries.  Their customer service is top notch and is available in ten different languages.  The company was founded in 2003, and it is known all over the world as the premier casual gamer site.  In addition to its base in Seattle, it also has four other offices around the world.  You can find their games on several different platforms including PC, IPhone, Ipad, Kindle, Android, Nintendo Wii, and Nintendo DS.

If you are looking for the perfect gift for the avid PC or /Android gamer in your life, look no further than Big Fish Unlimited.  How wonderful it will be that your gift can keep giving all year long (or as long/short as you like), and they will have that monthly reminder of your generosity.

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The company gave me a free trial to this service in exchange for my honest review.  I will be financially compensated for my review, but I was not asked to provide anything but an honest review.

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1 Comment

  1. Carol N Wong November 18, 2012 Reply

    I play free games from them often. I love the match 3, mahjong and secret object the best. One thing I really like is the you can quit the game after 10 minutes or so and it will keep your place. That is something great if you don’t have a full hour to play a game.

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