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The A.V. Club
These are a couple of majorly surprising flaws in a game that’s otherwise polished, professional, and smart. You play Frogatto, a lazy, selfish frog on a quest to stop a blackmailing bully in hopes of a hefty reward. This means jumping and swimming through a visually rich, layered world full of enemies, which you can dodge, hop on, or in many cases, nab with your froggy tongue and then spit at other enemies. Unlimited lives, frequent save points and auto-checkpoints, and not-very-lethal baddies still edge Frogatto closer to a casual game than a serious challenge, but the design is great, the gameplay is as familiar as comfort food, and the wrap-up once you beat the game is a hoot. Paying customers might want to hold out for the upcoming version that will supposedly fix that infuriating pre-boss conversation problem, though…
Frogatto est le fruit d'un travail soigné très réussi, gratuit, ce jeu est à mettre entre toutes les mains et s'avèrera un réel rafraichissement. A essayer absolument !