Hopper

Moby ID: 74333
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Hopper is most likely an unofficial port of the 1982 game of the same name, which is in turn based on the classic arcade game Frogger. The game consists of several levels where five frogs, need to be brought to specific spots at the top side of the screen in turn. Frogs can move in four directions.

A frog starts at the bottom of the screen and first needs to cross six lanes of vehicle traffic to reach a safe grass zone. Vehicles come from the left and the right. Then a river needs to be crossed with four rows of logs, also moving left and right. Some of the logs are not permanent and disappear after a while. Near the top of the screen are five spots where the frogs need to be guided. The game offers three lives and it has a time limit. The game keeps track of the score.

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Released 2022 on Browser

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Game added by Sciere.

Mattel Aquarius added by OmegaPC777.

Game added August 20, 2015. Last modified February 22, 2023.