On Oct. 1st, we hosted our very first Big Fish "Pink Day" in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Together with our non-profit partner, National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc.®, staff in both our Seattle and Oakland offices participated in a Lunch and Learn about navigating breast cancer in the workplace. We also assembled 300 NBCF HOPE Kits, filled with items of comfort curated by breast cancer patients for breast cancer patients across the country. Our Pink Day was part of a larger "Big Fish for a Cause" campaign and we are so proud to be able to support such a meaningful cause.
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Here at PocketGamer we want to take the opportunity to highlight games that have bucked the trend and found an audience that has kept them thriving long after launch. In this entry of our Live and Kicking series, we caught up with Big Fish Games president and managing director Jeff Karp to discuss how match-three title Gummy Drop has sustained success as it celebrates its fifth anniversary.”
Popular games writer Dean Takahashi shares news of Big Fish’s newest mobile game ToyStoryDrop!
Big Fish’s new Seattle office is located in the historic Maritime Building in the city’s Pioneer Square neighborhood, near the renowned Pike Place Market. The modern, sustainable office building features floor to ceiling windows to infuse the interior with natural light. The west side offers expansive views of the Puget Sound, and the east, the city center. Employee amenities include a mother’s room, meditation room, game room, bike lockers, workout facility with rotating snacks and a cereal bar. The rooftop deck offers some of the best views in the city, with the Olympic Mountains to the West, Mt. Rainier to the South and nothing but beautiful water in between.