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Fairway Solitaire Blast Review

Review Big Fish Games, Inc By Alex Beech, 7 months, 2 weeks ago
Fairway Solitaire Blast Review

The original Fairway Solitaire's blend of golf and cards was superb. Its simple take on solitaire was fun and immediate, while the golf elements encouraged you to minimise moves to come in under par. Fairway Solitaire Blast retains the original's slick solitaire gameplay. Once again, your enjoyment of this will be dependent on your appreciation of solitaire. However, Blast’s streamlined gameplay kept us entertained as we attempted to clear each board as efficiently as possi…

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Fetch™ iPad Review

Review Big Fish Games, Inc By Andrew Nesvadba, 1 year, 8 months ago
Fetch™ iPad Review

Let me start this review by removing those of you who can't get past a game having a low level of challenge - Fetch is aimed at younger audiences, and as such you're not going to find the 'hardcore' experience you may expect of all games. With that said, Fetch by Big Fish Games is the gaming equivalent of a Dreamworks or Pixar movie: despite being designed for younger audiences, adults aren't left out of the equation either thanks to the wonderful story that pulls on your heart strings…

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Fairway Solitaire by Big Fish Review

Review Big Fish Games, Inc By Dave Flodine, 2 years, 8 months ago
Fairway Solitaire by Big Fish Review

When starting up a game called Fairway Solitaire, the name suggests a lot. “OK”, you think. “Somehow they've combined solitaire with golf. This should be interesting”. Then you're hit with a cheerfully animated introduction about the age old war between golf and gophers before being thrown into a puzzle game with not only intriguing mechanics, but plenty of personality. Not every course in this game (and there are many on offer) is eighteen holes, but the basic…

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Nick Chase: A Detective Story Review

Review Big Fish Games, Inc By Damian Chiappara, 5 years, 1 month ago
Nick Chase: A Detective Story Review

Nick Chase: A Detective Story is a film noir puzzle game where players take control of an out of work, ex-cop turned private eye. After receiving a mysterious letter requesting help in a robbery case, Nick Chase begins his investigation by searching leads and other clues. By using the touch screen interface, players are able to search for items and complete various actions. The game will help you by showing your current objectives and you can use up to six hints, displayed as bullets…

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Atlantis Sky Patrol Review

Review Big Fish Games, Inc By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 3 months ago
Atlantis Sky Patrol Review

It's hard not to get a little excited when you talk about Atlantis Sky Patrol (ASP), because it's such a good game that you'll want to show it off. ASP is Big Fish Game's response to the arcade marble-match genre and it's large, fun and amazingly hard to turn off. Unlike a lot of other similar games, there's only one control scheme available. In minimizing the controls, a lot more effort has gone in to ensuring its accuracy and usefulness. The ability to swap your current marble is ac…

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Titanic: Hidden Expedition Review

Review Big Fish Games, Inc By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 3 months ago
Titanic: Hidden Expedition Review

Where's Wally has come a long way and hidden object games are now almost a genre in their own right, with games by the dozen making use of cleverly hidden objects to tease their players. Titanic: Hidden Expedition by Big Fish Games is the first of four games in the Hidden Expedition series and will have you tearing your hair out as you try to find that one last object. You search for objects in each room scrolling and zooming the screen with a drag or a pinch, with items being selecte…

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