Our History

2002

CEO & Founder Damir Slogar

Big Blue Bubble Is Founded

Big Blue Bubble is founded by industry veteran Damir Slogar, along with co-founders Claudette Critchley and Mark Maia.

2003

Bubble Trouble

Big Blue Bubble Develops Bubble Trouble and Geeks

Big Blue Bubble develops two titles: Bubble Trouble and Geeks. Bubble Trouble contributes to the company gaining visibility in the mobile games industry.

2004

Big Blue Bubble's Original Logo

Big Blue Bubble Is Incorporated

Big Blue Bubble is officially incorporated and unveils its new logo.

2004

Milton Bradley: Board Games

Milton Bradley: Board Games and More

Big Blue Bubble develops Captain Lunar, Jarheads of Zarabus, Milton Bradley: Board Games, and Standing Stones. Milton Bradley: Board Games would become the first mobile network multiplayer game in North America.

2005

Destroy All Humans and Jewel Quest

More Titles Are Developed

Big Blue Bubble develops several more games in a variety of genres:
  • Atomic Betty
  • Destroy All Humans
  • Dragon Tower
  • Jewel Quest
  • Mage Knight: Destiny’s Soldier
  • Mah Jong Quest
  • Red Faction
  • The Three Stooges: Makin’ Dough
  • Wizkids

2006

24

Big Blue Bubble Develops a BAFTA-Winning Title

Big Blue Bubble develops 24: The Mobile Game, which wins the 2006 BAFTA Gamer's Award and is nominated for the 2005 BAFTA Best Interactive Media Award. Big Blue Bubble also develops the following titles:
  • Arcade Fishing
  • Atomic Betty 2
  • Big Kahuna Reef
  • Cyber Chess
  • Elven Chronicles
  • GoodFellas
  • Mage Knight: Destiny’s Soldier
  • Mastermind
  • Pat Sajak’s Blackjack Bowling
  • Robotech The New Generation

2007

Home Sweet Home

Home Sweet Home and More

Big Blue Bubble develops Home Sweet Home, securing more than 10 million downloads and pioneering a new genre in casual gaming. Home Sweet Home would later spawn multiple successful sequels. Big Blue Bubble also develops the following titles:
  • 24: Agent Down
  • Animal Genius
  • Cyber Chess
  • Geeks Unleashed
  • I Spy Fun House
  • Jewel Quest II
  • Popatronic
  • Professor Fizzwizzle
  • Red Faction II
  • SpongeBob Squarepants Saves the Day
  • Win At Texas Hold’em with Daniel Negreanu

2008

Hockey Allstar Shootout

Hockey Allstar Shootout

Big Blue Bubble responds to a call from the Canadian Embassy for more Canadian-made games by developing Hockey Allstar Shootout. The company also develops several more titles this year:
  • Army Men
  • Kenny Vs Spenny
  • Legacy
  • Masters of Mystery
  • Megastore Madness
  • Samba De Amigo
  • Super Mah Jong Quest
  • Theme Park
  • Zenerchi

2009

Elven Chronicles and Fighting Fantasy: the Warlock of Firetop Mountain

Big Blue Bubble Begins iPhone Development

Big Blue Bubble begins developing games for the iPhone and creates several new titles for a variety of platforms:
  • Animal Planet: Vet Life
  • Animal Planet: Emergency Vets
  • Elven Chronicles
  • Fighting Fantasy: The Warlock of Firetop Mountain
  • iCarly: iDream in Toons
  • Jungle Book
  • Legacy World Adventure
  • Masters of Mystery 2: Crime of Fashion

2010

Burn the Rope

Burn the Rope Reaches #1 in 58 Countries

Big Blue Bubble releases Burn the Rope on December 17th. In less than 24 hours, Burn the Rope would see over a million downloads on the iPhone alone, and would go on to become the #1 game in 58 countries.

2010

Thumpies

Thumpies, Home Sweet Home 2, and More

Big Blue Bubble releases Thumpies, whose characters would eventually be featured in the My Singing Monsters franchise, and a sequel to Home Sweet Home. They also develop several new games across different platforms:
  • Avatar: The Last Airbender
  • Citadel of Chaos
  • City of Thieves
  • Creature of Havoc
  • Deathtrap Dungeon
  • Digging For Dinosaurs
  • Garters & Ghouls
  • Fighting Fantasy: The Citadel of Chaos
  • Fighting Fantasy: Creature of Havoc
  • Fighting Fantasy: Deathtrap Dungeon
  • Fighting Fantasy: City of Thieves
  • iCarly 2: iJoin the Click!
  • I Spy Universe
  • The Last Airbender
  • Masters of Mystery HD: Blood of Betrayal
  • The Magic School Bus Oceans
  • Muse
  • Pub Darts
  • Tinseltown Dreams: The 50’s
  • Vintage Hockey

2011

Dark Incursion and Fling A Thing

Dark Incursion, Fling A Thing, Burn the Rope: Worlds, and More

Big Blue Bubble releases Dark Incursion, the first stereoscopic game on mobile. The company also releases a sequel to Burn the Rope, as well as Fling A Thing, whose characters would later be featured in My Singing Monsters. The following titles are also developed:
  • Act of War
  • Animal Pop
  • Crash Canyon Adventure
  • Crash Canyon Quest
  • LEGO Ninjago Spinjitzu Scavenger
  • Retro Pinball
  • Act of War Urban Defense
  • Hamster Cannon
  • Invaders From Uranus
  • Paper Munchers
  • Rooster Punch
  • Snow Ballistic
  • Vintage Hockey

2012

My Singing Monsters

My Singing Monsters Is Released to Critical Acclaim

Big Blue Bubble releases My Singing Monsters on September 4th. My Singing Monsters would later become an award-winning franchise enjoyed by millions of players around the world.

2012

Lego Ninjago: Rise of the Snakes and Zoo Defenders

LEGO Ninjago and More

Big Blue Bubble develops the following games:
  • KungFu Panda World
  • Jewel Quest 4
  • LEGO Ninjago: Rise of the Snakes
  • Old School Defense
  • Raft Pirates
  • Pin Something
  • Zoo Defenders

2013

Greatfruit Grove and My Muppets Show

Big Blue Bubble Continues Mobile Game Development

Big Blue Bubble develops more mobile game titles:
  • Burn the Rope 3D
  • Buster Bash Pro
  • Duff’s Zombie Cupcakes
  • My Muppet Show
  • Greatfruit Grove

2014

My Mammott and Finder's Keep

My Mammott, My PomPom, and Finder’s Keep

Big Blue Bubble adds two simulation games to the My Singing Monsters franchise: My Mammott and My PomPom. The company also releases Finder's Keep, a mobile rogue-like RPG.

2015

My Singing Monsters: Dawn of Fire

Big Blue Bubble Releases My Singing Monsters: Dawn of Fire

Big Blue Bubble releases My Singing Monsters: Dawn of Fire, a new installment to the My Singing Monsters franchise. The game features new Monsters and crafting-style gameplay mechanics.

2015

Big Blue Bubble Logo

Big Blue Bubble Unveils a New Logo

Big Blue Bubble unveils its new logo, which it continues to use today.

2016

Jammer Splash!

Jammer Splash!

Big Blue Bubble releases the match-3 puzzle game Jammer Splash! on iOS and Android. The game features Monsters from the My Singing Monsters franchise.

2016

Pixel Dodgers

Big Blue Bubble Ventures Into Third-Party Publishing with Pixel Dodgers

Big Blue Bubble launches its new third-party publishing initiative with the release of Pixel Dodgers, published in partnership with MyBox Game Studios.

2016

My Singing Monsters: Coloring Book

My Singing Monsters: Coloring Book

Big Blue Bubble releases My Singing Monsters: Coloring Book on December 15th. The game allows players to color their favorite Monsters from the My Singing Monsters franchise.

2017

My Singing Monsters: Official Guide

My Singing Monsters: Official Guide

Big Blue Bubble releases My Singing Monsters: Official Guide. The app acts as a companion to My Singing Monsters and My Singing Monsters: Dawn of Fire, listing Monster breeding combinations and other information important to My Singing Monsters fans.

2017

Home Arcade

Home Arcade

Big Blue Bubble releases the mobile game Home Arcade, a collection of 10 retro arcade games. Each of the 10 games was created by a small team during the studio's 2017 Game Jam event, where participants were asked to create a mobile game fitting a given theme in little more than a weekend.