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All Big Sea Games content on this site will remain in place for historical purposes. Thank you for your visit and your support! I can’t wait to serve you even better on CasualWish!

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It Came From the Comments!

by Lure on October 8, 2009


Instead of making full new posts to cover certain issues this week, I’ve been stashing updates in the comments of various pre-existing posts. I don’t do this very often, so I figured I’d give you a round-up of sorts that will cover the important points. I call it, “It Came From the Comments!” (Kind of fun for a spooky October, right?)

So here are a few tidbits of information you may want to know about, but may have missed this week:

  • There is no Lucky Leprechaun or Midget Grasshopper in Riddle O’Day…but boy, that would sure be fun!
  • Unlike other games on Big Sea, SnowGlobe Slots doesn’t have a traditional Jackpot Spin, but you can still earn a ton of tokens if you get the right combo on the reels.
  • SnowGlobe Slots starts defaulted with the sound muted. To turn it on, use the speaker icon in the upper right-hand corner. (That’s where you can find a button for the pay tables, too.)
  • Big Fish Slots got an update this week that fixed a bunch of problems.
  • And last, but not least, I just want to say that the Owl Country Club course in Fairway Solitaire is really, really tough and apparently it’s got a mean streak, too. (Sorry, Charlie! I just had to mention it.)

Stay tuned for an upgraded hints and tips guide to Big Fish Slots (the old one is a little outdated now that Big Sea has tweaked the gameplay with the re-release) and as usual, more news, rumors, and information about Big Sea Games. :)

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