Browsing articles tagged with " Chris E."
Mar
22
2011

Burn the Rope: From The Art Side

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“Rename of the Game”  This might be an interesting tidbit – for the early part of Burn the Rope’s development we were actually planning on calling it Firebug.  We rather liked that name!  Jamie R. who was the initial artist on the team had done some great logos using that name, and he created the little flame guy called Wickman and had him chasing a cowering and flaming bug.  The name Firebug stood out and had a [...]

Mar
18
2011

Big News for Burn the Rope from Big Blue Bubble, iPads Join the Fun!

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(March 18, 2011) Big Blue Bubble’s Burn the Rope is bigger and better than ever with a version for the iPad launching today! Now is the time to join in the flame-lighting fun with bigger graphics, brighter fire, and Wickman as you’ve never seen him before! Burn the Rope HD also features an innovative new touch control scheme exclusive to the iPad that lets players rotate the puzzle on-screen. Burn the Rope is a casual puzzle title that was originally [...]

Mar
17
2011

Thumpies Beat Their Way onto the Mac App Store!

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Big Blue Bubble is proud to announce that their award winning – choked-full of rhythm gaming fun – Thumpies has officially landed on Apple’s Mac App Store! With the critics raving, Thumpies has taken the iPhone by storm with its unique blend of rhythm gaming and beat matching. Fun for players of all ages, a quirky art design accompanied by a unique musical score composed by award winning industry veteran David Kerr sets Thumpies in a genre [...]

Feb
18
2011

Chris E.

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  Chris E. has been a computer graphics artist in the videogame industry for about 10 years now and he’s been with Big Blue Bubble since July of 2009.  He has worked on quite a wide range of videogame titles from Burn the Rope to Battlefield: Bad Company to Borderlands, and he was the artist behind the co-creation of the award winning iPhone game Thumpies.  He lives with his four cats (Zig-Zag, Ripper, Sally-Doodle, and Izit) and when he’s not scooping out litter-boxes he likes to spend [...]

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