Big Fish launches streaming buffet service

By Brenna Hillier, Wednesday, 25 July 2012 01:44 GMT

Casual games portal Big Fish has launched a new service called Unlimited, which allows users access to its entire catalogue for $7.99 per month, streamed from the cloud. There’s also a free, ad-supported version with a rotating selection of 20 games on offer. The no-install service is available for PC, mobile devices and Internet TVs, but mysteriously not for Mac.

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