Amazing Frog? review
Amazing Frog? review
Published & copyrighted by Fayju
Amazing Frog? is a puzzle game developed by The Game Republic for the Nintendo 3DS. The game was released on November 18th, 2011 in Europe, but will not be released in the United States until March 2012. Amazing Frog? is a game where you control a frog. You swim around the screen using your keyboard’s up and down arrow keys. The goal of the game is to eat all the flies on the screen without getting eaten by the turtle. In the game Amazing Frog?, the player's goal is to help the frog reach the top of the screen. This is done by tapping the screen to make the frog jump, or holding the screen to make the frog fly. The player has to avoid the green obstacles, which are easy to get past if the player taps the screen.
In the game, the player controls a frog that has been shrunk to a few inches. The player must use the frog to get to the other side of a level. There are two types of levels: the first type is a race against time, in which the player must get to the other side of the level, and the second type is a puzzle level, where the player must use a certain strategy to get to the other side of the level. The gameplay consists of three different stages. The first stage is where you are a tadpole and have to eat flies to grow. The second stage is where you are a frog, and have to eat flies to grow. The third stage is where you are a frog, and have to eat flies to grow.
The graphics are cartoonish and are 3D. The graphics are fairly basic and consist of a green frog.
Information about replayability
The game is very replayable because the levels contain puzzles that can be solved in many different ways. A player will find that this game is not impossible to beat, and will be able to replay the game periodically.
Amazing Frog? is a puzzle game where you control a frog. You can buy this game on the Nintendo 3DS eShop for $4.99.
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