Big Fish Games is Coming to Windows 8 StoreBy Nidhi ,Tuesday, January 8th, 2013
Big Fish, a highly renowned name in the world of casual games is bringing its pioneering cloud gaming service, Big Fish Unlimited, to all the devices running Microsoft’s Windows 8. The service, which will be available as an app in Windows Store offers a subscription catalog of as many as 150 games for just $7.99 a month. These games would be made available to Windows 8 users with the help of a new technology called cloud gaming.
This new technology will enable the customers to instantly access and play hundred’s of Big Fish’s attractive games from anywhere, at anytime on Windows 8-based tablets as well as PCs. The best part is; this service will sync the progress of your game on remote servers. Which means you can anytime play, pause, or continue playing your game from where you left off that too across multiple devices.
But perhaps, the prime highlight of is that it will allow you to connect your Big Fish Unlimited and Xbox LIVE accounts to earn achievements and interact with other players instantly in between of a game. ”We are thrilled to support the innovative new Windows 8 platform with Microsoft Studios. Windows 8 and Big Fish Unlimited are a perfect match,” said Will O’Brien, Vice President and General Manager of Cloud Gaming for Big Fish. “Already live today on the web and Android tablets, Big Fish Unlimited will undoubtedly delight new customers on Windows 8 devices.”
With as many as 150 games on the service, and even more being included with each passing week, Big Fish Unlimited has proven itself as the global leader of cloud-based games. Furthermore, Big Fish plans to add support for smartphones, Mac, and various other platforms in the coming year.
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