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Try and get your frog from one side of the road, over the river and into your home. To complete a level you must dodge cars, jump on logs and alligator backs while avoiding snakes, alligators, and otters. Bonuses are awarded for getting bugs that momentarily appear, escorting lady frogs home, and getting five frogs safely home.
Frogger was produced by Sega/Gremlin in 1981.
This game has 2 player capabilities.
The goal of the game is to direct a frog to every one of the vacant homes at the highest point of the screen. The game begins with three, five, or seven frogs, based on the machine’s settings. Losing all frogs is the end of the game and The player utilizes the 4-course joystick to bounce the frog once. Frogger is either single-player or two players.
The frog begins at the lower part of the screen, which contains an even street involved by speeding vehicles, trucks, and tractors. The player should direct the frog between contradicting paths of traffic to abstain from becoming roadkill and losing a day to day existence. After the street, a middle strip isolates the two significant pieces of the screen. The upper part comprises of a stream with logs, crocs, and turtles, all moving evenly across the screen. By bouncing on quickly moving logs and the backs of turtles and crocs, the player can direct the frog to somewhere safe and secure. Also The player should keep away from snakes, otters, and the open mouths of crocs. A female frog is sometimes on a log and might be carried for extra places. The highest point of the screen contains five “frog homes”.
If you continually take excessive time getting the frogs up to their homes at the top of the screen, the vehicles and the items in the river increase in speed thus making the level more difficult.
The score rolls over to zero after 100,000 points
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