Big Blue Bubble

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Big Blue Bubble
Basic Information
Company Type
Corporation
Foundation
2004
Product(s)
[[Video games]]
Industry
Software & Programming
Key People
Damir Slogar, CEO
Claudette Critchley, COO
Mark Maia, Art Director

Big Blue Bubble is a Canadian video game developer for mobile phones, game consoles, and handheld game consoles.

Founded in 2004 in London, Ontario, it started out by specializing in casual games and adapting film and television franchises such as 24 for handheld devices.[1] According to CEO Damir Slogar, the company is moving towards console development with the Wii.[2]

Since 2004, it has developed titles for Mobile Phones, PC, Mac, GameBoy Advance, Leapster, Nintendo DS, Wii, PlayStation 2, and iPhone/iPod Touch.

Mobile Games[edit | edit source]

PC Games[edit | edit source]

Mac Games[edit | edit source]

Facebook Games[edit | edit source]

GameBoy Advance Games[edit | edit source]

Leapster Games[edit | edit source]

Nintendo DS Games[edit | edit source]

Wii Games[edit | edit source]

PlayStation 2 Games[edit | edit source]

iPhone/iPod Touch Games[edit | edit source]

iPad Games[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Levi Buchanan (2006-03-03). 24: The Interview. IGN.
  2. Q&A: Big Blue Bubble's Slogar On Moving From Mobile. Gamasutra (2007-10-09).

External links[edit | edit source]


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