Dimensions: 25″w x 32″d x 68″h
Frogger is a classic video game which was introduced by Konami in 1981 as a one player or two player games. The game’s objective is to move a frog from the bottom to top and overcome the obstacles that come in your way.
The game’s screen is divided into two halves, where the first half featured a road full of traffic while the second half is a river. When you are moving your frog through the traffic, you have to face speeding cars, buses and many other obstacles on your way which must be avoided to safely transport your frog to the other half. In the second half, you will see several logs and turtles trying to have your frog and you needed to fight all these obstacles to safely cross the river.
Interestingly, the frog will find a lady frog swimming with the help of a log and if you can help the lady frog to safely reach its home, it will attract additional points, which is the major attraction of the game.
The game also features a fly and if the frog is making it to home while the fly is present, she will gain additional points. The sinking turtles will be swimming with the help of logs and the safest way for a frog to cross the river is to jump on top of it. If your frog fails to jump on top of a turtle, they will eventually drown.
The river is also home for many other enemies like crocodiles and snakes who are waiting for their chance to eat the frog.
The interesting part of the game is that the frog can travel on top of crocodiles except that they should always avoid the open mouth of those creatures, or else they will be eaten by them.
However, frogs cannot jump on top of a snake and travel because even the touch of a snake is deadly. The game has a time limit of 60 beats on the timer and must be finished within this timeframe. There are five home bases for frogs and the player should make sure that the frog is entering one home base from the list before the time is over.