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Frogger

Frogger (SNES) game cover art
Platform: SNES
Genre: Action
Developer: Morning Star Multimedia

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??/??/1998
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Reader Reviews

Frogger review

Reviewed January 19, 2003

alecto says: "I know Frogger is supposed to be a “classic” game, but anyone who’s first experience with it comes through this Super Nintendo stinker will have a hard time believing it. The first clues to the poor quality of the game is that there is barely a title screen, no music, and the development team credits list THREE people. And one of them is a tester. Projects like this were supposed to have happened in the eighties, or later as homegrown indie projects made by teenagers in their basements for fun a..."
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