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Big Fish Unlimited lets gamers pick up where they left off on mobile, PC and TV, stay distracted at all times video

The perpetual crisis of casual gaming is that need for just one… more… turn. After all, those 29 levels of progress aren’t coming with you to the office, are they? Big Fish Games wants to ease our consciences (or at least our egos) with Big Fish Unlimited. By using HTML5 to constantly save progress, the cloud service remembers exactly where a player was and ports it to the next device: it’s possible to hop from a Android tablet, to a Roku box, to a Windows PC’s browser without having to replay anything. The nature of the streaming games themselves won’t give OnLive players second thoughts, but their lighter footprint won’t demand as much from an internet connection, either. Most of the intended audience will appreciate the price — the now active service costs $8 a month for access to more than 100 games from the full catalog, and free play is on tap for 20 of the games as long as you can endure periodic ads. Whether or not coworkers can endure another round of your hidden object games is another matter.

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