Ancient Frog Game Review

2 Apr

If there is one game which I need to quote from the iTunes App Store which lets you feel mother nature at work in your home. I will say that game is Ancient Frog.



Ancient Frog is an very original puzzle game. The puzzle is in the form of water drops or water foot marks on the leaf. You have to move your frog from one end of the screen to the other far end to eat that delicious fly.


The rules of the game is simple.

You can only move one leg at the time and only one foot can rest on a particular spot at the time.

My impressions of this game:

1. It lets me feel mother nature. The sounds of the jungle and the frog sounds are very original. The frog even blinks and moves like a real frog!

2. Sometimes, when I am stuck in a puzzle, I can reset the puzzle. Not all moves can win the game. This is what makes it unique. You can only stretch your frog’s leg to the closest water patch on the leaf.



3. There is no time limit in the game. However, there is a counter showing the number of moves you made as par. This is shown in the flower which is on the right side of the screen. Achieving the shortest par will require some adequate thinking on where to move your frog.

4. You can skip any puzzle at any time from the daisy menu and come back to it later.

This game features 100 levels, 6 species of frog, beautiful environment to play in with soothing jungle souns and lovely lighting to illuminate the footsteps that your frog needs to move.

Graphics: 5 /5
Sound/Music: 5/5
Fun: 4/5
Addictiveness: 5/5
Value for money: 4/5
Overall: 4.8 /5

Check out this game on iTunes for $4.99.

There is also a lite version to try before you buy.


One Response to “Ancient Frog Game Review”

  1. matt April 2, 2009 at 5:39 pm #

    This blog’s great!! Thanks :).

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