Big Blue Bubble Announces Home Sweet Home for WiiWare

April 15, 2007

Home Sweet Home is exploding onto the console market in a big way! Big Blue Bubble is proud to announce that Home Sweet Home is set to release on WiiWare TM , Nintendo's new downloadable game service for the Wii TM console that offers fresh game-play experiences and new opportunities for creators. Soon, fans all across the world will have a chance to download and experience the most creative and exciting home design game on the market. Design and renovate your client's home by utilizing the unique features of the Wii Remote TM and submerge yourself into the world of Home Sweet Home like never before!

Home Sweet Home is a home design game where you will listen and learn about your clients tastes, create fabulous designs for them, and then direct your build team to assemble it all in front of your eyes. With simple controls, a fun graphical style and an easy to use interface, Home Sweet Home allows you to play and nurture your creative gaming experience.

With over 30 high profile games in the portfolio, Big Blue Bubble is the one of the leading developers of video games in Canada. Each of company’s three divisions (Mobile, Console and Casual) is dedicated to making the best game possible by combining innovative design with stunning graphics and leading-edge technology. With strong focus on the developing technology and showcasing it through award winning games, Big Blue Bubble will continue to lead the way in becoming a cornerstone of the casual gaming world. For more information, visit www.bigbluebubble.com.


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