I still consider myself a gamer, though these days it’s hard to find time or excuse to sit all day on the computer with The Sims or an RPG (playing with Sister and Nephew in Toon Town Online aside). I’m more likely to be playing something from the ever-growing collection of so-called “casual games” over at the wonderful Big Fish Games.
Last October, I was pleasantly surprised to find that the S in their logo, usually portrayed by their fishy mascot Felix, had been replaced with a pink ribbon and Felix was peeking out from behind the blue circle of the logo. This year’s logo is a bit different, but still so cute:
Also this year, Big Fish Games are aiming to raise some serious money for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. For $5, you’ll receive the “Help Felix Find A Cure Multimedia Package”, which includes 7 wallpapers, 4 screen savers, 11 avatar images, and “the power to change lives!” More impressively, the entire $5 donation goes to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, and Big Fish Games are promising a 25% matching donation, up to $25,000 if their goal of $100,000 is reached.
“A new game every day”, responsive customer service, excellent pricing, great games, and breast cancer research support. What more could I ask in my gaming?