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Frogger II: ThreeeDeep!

Genre
Perspective
Theme
MobyRank MobyScore
Atari 2600
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3.5
Atari 5200
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Apple II
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Description

In Frogger II: ThreeeDeep!, you need to guide your frog to safety in three different locations. Starting out underwater, reach the top of the pond while avoiding dangerous alligators and fish (you can ride a turtle for safety!). Once on top of the pond, hop across logs, birds, and even a whale to the life preserver trailing behind a tugboat. In the third location you have to hop across a flock of birds to reach a cloud at the top of the screen. Each frog has a time limit to safely reach one of the homes on each of the three screens. You move on to the next level when a frog has safely reached each of the homes on all screens.

Screenshots

Frogger II: ThreeeDeep! Atari 8-bit Title screen (Disk version)
Frogger II: ThreeeDeep! Commodore 64 A frog on the surface of the water
Frogger II: ThreeeDeep! PC Booter Title screen (CGA with composite monitor)
Frogger II: ThreeeDeep! PC Booter Game options (CGA with RGB monitor)

Alternate Titles

  • "Frogger II: Three Deep" -- Apple II/PC Booter in-game title
  • "Frogger 2: 3 Deep" -- slang

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User Reviews

Three screens, different environments. Commodore 64 *Katakis* (37805)

The Press Says

The Video Game Critic Atari 5200 Dec 31, 2002 A 100
The Video Game Critic Atari 2600 Sep 03, 2001 A 100
The Video Game Critic ColecoVision Jul 11, 2012 C- 42

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Trivia

Frogger II has been released on an numerous console and computer platforms, but the spelling hasn't been consistent from release to release. The PC version uses the spelling Three Deep, compared to other platforms which use the spelling ThreeeDeep!.

When playing on a true CGA card with an RGB monitor (including Tandy 1000's and PCjr), Frogger II uses a palette of green-red-cyan-white. This is done by setting the background color to green (instead of the default black used by most games) and using the tweaked red-white-cyan foreground colors (most video cards will display the foreground colors as the usual magenta-white-cyan, though).
Contributed to by Martin Smith (63162) and Servo (55921)