OverviewFroggman was the banner of the short-lived budget game line published by Expert software in the early 90's. Most of their titles were priced under $15 and were shareware quality (in fact, many were indeed the full registered versions of shareware -- Ed.). They did however add several incentives to purchase their products. All Froggman games came with both 3 1/2" and 5 1/4" disks, full printed documentation, a rebate coupon for $5 off on the purchase of two Froggman titles, and a temporary tattoo of their company logo. Froggman was also socially conscious. The back page of their manuals contained an essay about the dwindling world frog population and a pledge to contribute proceeds from their sales to the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation. Also, all Froggman boxes and manuals were printed on recycled paper and cardboard.
The Froggman experience is perhaps best summarized by their company mascot, a frog in shades and a ball cap who grins at you from their catalog and says "My games are more fun than a mouthful of mosquitoes".
|Dangerous Dave in the Haunted Mansion||(1993)|
|Curse of the Catacombs||(1993)|
|Terror of the Catacombs||(1993)|
|Rescue Rover 2||(1991)|
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Logo from 1993 to 1993