Big Fish Games has announced that it has launched Big Fish Unlimited, a cloud gaming service that lets gamers play their titles on any PC and mobile platform. They have partnered with Roku to bring a gaming channel to connected TVs.

“Customers are increasingly adopting connected devices, and they expect games to be instantly accessible and playable across those devices,” said Will O’Brien, vice president and general manager of cloud gaming at Big Fish. “Big Fish will launch Big Fish Unlimited on PC browsers and tablets this quarter. Through our strategic alliance with Roku, we are adding a third screen: the connected TV. This marks the first time that customers can choose where to play, because our service is powered by the cloud and game progress will follow customers from device to device.”

Big Fish Unlimited will offer instant play for the top 100 titles in the Big Fish library, eventually rolling out other titles from the company’s library of 2,500 games every week. Subscriptions start at $7.99 a month and the service will also offer free access to a rotating catalog of up to 20 games supported by advertising.