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Superfrog (pc game)
4.6 out of 5 (105 votes)
  • Entering the Magic Woods
  • Watch out for the hedgehogs!
  • Bouncing through the trees
  • Getting too friendly with a hedgehog
  • Jump away!
  • No, bees are not friendly
  • I'll get you back!
  • Ooh, shiny coins!
  • Heading for the exit
  • Game introduction title screen - cover
  • Taking cover from bees
  • Hopping on the tree
  • Game progress screen
  • A snapshot extracted from gameplay video.
  • A snapshot extracted from game introduction video.
  • Courtesy of Abandonware France.
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  • Courtesy of Abandonware France.
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Prince becomes a Superfrog

A rather obscure game from Team 17, better known for their work on the Worms series, Superfrog is a neat little platformer similar to the likes of Sonic, Rayman (or even James Pond for those who remember the fishy superagent). The minimal plot is conveyed through a short introductory animation and revolves around a prince who is turned a frog by a jealous witch and who must then save his princess after she is kidnapped by the same witch. Helping him out in his quest is a bottle of Lucozade which magically confers a range of powers upon the frog, thus turning him into the eponymous Superfrog. In gameplay terms, this translates into a side-scrolling platfomer that sees Superfrog exploring several themed worlds, collecting coins and completing objectives, while all the time avoiding and bouncing his way around a series of imaginatively designed enemies. A key factor of any platformer is the controls, and fortunately Superfrog delivers the goods in this respect. They are tight and responsive, allowing for jumps and manoeuvres to be completed smoothly and with ease. Visually, the game also provides exactly the sort of charming graphics such platformers require, with vibrant, exciting colour schemes, varied environments, and nicely detailed and chunky enemy sprites. Superfrog himself makes for an endearing hero (certainly better than the obnoxious Skunny) and lends further charm to the game. There is also a nice sense of humour to proceedings and all of this combine to make an entertaining, if unoriginal, little platformer that is definitely worth seeking out.

Great platformer

I have tried many 2D Platformers for Amiga but Superfrog has impressed me the most. I know a lot of gamers who admire such games but this one is something special. The plot for Superfrog has been defined in an imaginative and famous fairytale manner. The play features of this game equally match the exciting story as the color combination and the background images are very pleasant and fantasizing. It's a typical rescue game but the superfrog has really made it interesting with its super jumps. The controls have been perfectly calibrated with the character which enables smooth leap and jumps. Everything about the prince super frog is super and so is the tongue which easily catches on the high flying insects and gains energy. It is one of those cute little games which can easily turn out to be an addictive pursuit and a great time killer. A similar game which you may like is Rayman 2 platform game.