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SummaryAn arcade game conversion with no redeeming qualities.
The GoodThe gameplay was at least similar to the arcade version of Frogger.
The BadThe graphics and sound in the Apple II version of Frogger were ugly and annoying. Your frog looked like a pawn in a chess set (it was white not green), and the other sprites and backgrounds were not nearly as colorful as the arcade game. The music consisted of crude beeping.