New Releases: What upcoming games are you looking forward to?
Action/Overhead View Action
Tiger Electronics, Inc.
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Arcade, Odyssey 2, Mobile, Intellivision, Sega Genesis, Super Nintendo Entertainment System, MSX Series PC, Atari Video Computer System, Atari 5200, Game Boy Color, Atari 400/800/XL/XE, Commodore 64/128, Texas Instruments TI-99, Xbox 360, ColecoVision, Apple II
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Frogger for game.com includes Classic mode, which faithfully reproduces the arcade original, and Updated, which has more detailed graphics and slightly harder gameplay. To accommodate the small screen, there are just three lanes of traffic and three lanes of river obstacles (as opposed to five each). Also different is that certain later levels are all traffic or all river (as opposed to half and half). Confoundingly, the game ends after a certain number of levels, instead of continuing indefinitely at a harder and harder pace. As with many game.com titles, the sound effects and music in this game are strong, even featuring a rousing rendition of "Camptown Races." ~ Brett Alan Weiss, All Game Guide