Frog Jumping

Frog Jumping

Frog Jumping belongs to this well known group of games where the app is simple, yet very tough from the very beginning.

The gameplay of Frog Jumping is really simple – you play as a frog, sitting on a leaf in the middle of something that looks like a pond. Your goal is to jump onto other leaves that you can see in the water but the catch is that you must carefully choose the force that you will put in your jump. The thing is that if you fall into the water the game ends. In addition it is not that easy to choose the force level because in the left half of your display there’s a force indicator that goes from green to red all the time with red being the most powerful jump you are capable of. So you must be both quick and careful in order to actually make a single jump. This is the problem with the game – it can make you mad really quickly because, as you can see, it is not that easy to jump from one leaf to another. As to graphics and sound – the app does okay in these two departments – the sound effects are nice and the visuals are 2D but come with vivid colors.

Frog Jumping is a nice casual game but do not take it too seriously. Like we said the game is tough. When we do not take this into account the game is nice – but only if you can handle it.

Frog Jumping is here on Google Play.

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