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Frog Fall Down
 
$0.10 ( $2.99 )

You save: $2.89 (97%)

Region: WORLDWIDE
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~ Frog Fall Down is a game about a frog who falls down, a lot. ~

Oh No! Frog has fallen into a sinkhole, and only YOU can help him out of the pit and return him to the meadow from which he came.


~ Gameplay ~

Frog Fall Down is a precision platformer, tailor designed to be imprecise. It's psychologically horrifying, with the horror being losing your progress thanks to a small mistake. It's philosophical, making the player ask what the whole point of the pain was, and why a sane human would make such a game.

It's a comedy, with the joke being you, the player.

Holding the jump button charges Frog's legs, releasing a powerful jump, and use of the left and right buttons while airborne steers Frog. Try to help Frog out of the 5 layers of the skinhole:

  • The Dank Sump
  • The Slippery Glacier
  • The Muddy Mesa
  • The Spikey Dustbowl
  • The Sparse Meadow

~ Features ~

Enjoy an infuriating, endless purgatory of gameplay with lazy minimalistic pixel graphics, annoying sound effects and includes (but is certainly not limited to) the following frustrating features:


  • Janky physics
  • Unfair mechanics
  • Environmental hazards
  • Imprecise hitboxes
  • Inaccurate depiction of frogs

I made this game out of pure spite for the world around me, and all the unfairness its thrown at me, and now you can join in my frustration and anger.


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