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'Girg Crosses the Street'

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Join Girg on this difficult challenge: Crossing the street. -"Who came up with those metallic behemoths?... I have to dodge these monstruosities just to get back home!" Another loop celebrating frogs on #frogdecember , this one inspired by the Classic Konami arcade game Frogger (1981), Seems like a pretty insane trial for a frog; but the part with the turtles, that's not so bad.


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SO GOOD!

Froggo :3

OMG, Frogger is amazing!!!

I'd make a mobile game with this XD
But I doubt you would want to. As it would require more stuff to draw.

Butzbo responds:

That would be cool, but yeah a bit demanding on the assets side of things, hahah!

Close call eh. :) Good memories with this one... not sure I've ever played the original, but so many a spin off game back in the day! Frogger was pretty big. Nice work.

-cd-

Butzbo responds:

Thanks cd! I have a similar experience, used to play one on PC (named "Froggy", lol) but still have pending to try out the original.

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