Using the analog stick or the D-pad it is possible to hop in four directions, as if the level is divided into tiles, and often Frogger has to pass over moving objects quickly, just like the logs in the original game. He can stretch his tongue to collect coins and musical notes. When four of the latter have been collected, he is warped to a bonus level. Levels are split up into different sections with checkpoints and are rendered in a 4:3 ratio with a pattern filling the rest of the background.
Singleplayer is available as a Story mode and Time Trials. Multiplayer is supported online with four different modes, for instance racing to a finish line while hindering each other with the tongue, or guarding a jewel as long as possible.
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