Welcome to the most addictive game in the 80s, this is Froggy, a frogger like game which will make you spend hours trying to get the little frogs into their houses!
Will you be able to pass all the levels?, it is really a hard work to survive being a frog...
The player starts with three lives. The player guides a frog which starts at the bottom of the screen. The lower half of the screen contains a road with motor vehicles speeding along it horizontally. The upper half of the screen consists of a river with crocodiles and turtles, all moving horizontally across the screen. The very top of the screen contains five "frog homes" which are the destinations for each frog. Every level is timed; the player must act quickly to finish each level before the time expires.
The only player control is the joystick used to navigate the frog; each push in a direction causes the frog to hop once in that direction. On the bottom half of the screen, the player must successfully guide the frog between opposing lanes of trucks, cars, and other vehicles, to avoid becoming roadkill.
The middle of the screen, after the road, contains a median where the player must prepare to navigate the river.
By jumping on swiftly moving logs and the backs of turtles, the player can guide his or her frog safely to one of the empty lilypads. The player must avoid crocodiles, snakes, and otters in the river, but may catch bugs for bonuses. When all five frogs are directed home, the game progresses to the next, harder level.
There are many different ways to lose a life in this game, including:
Running into road vehicles
Jumping into the river's water
Running into snakes, otters or into a crocodile's jaws in the river
Jumping into a home invaded by a crocodile
Staying on top of a diving turtle too long
Drifting off the screen by sitting on a log or turtle too long
Jumping into the side of a home or the bushes
Running out of time before getting a frog home
Remember the good old times of the Arcades of the 80's with froggy!
Based on the work by Roger Engelbert
Sounds from soundbible (thanks to: Yuri Santana,Mike Koenig)
This game is an unofficial clone of the original Frogger(C) game and is not endorsed by the registered trademark and copyright owners Konami Co.,Ltd.