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Coming to Steam August 3rd, 2020, Frog Fractions is the story of a frog who is compelled to defend their fruit stash against hordes of oncoming bugs. Starting with an ordinary tongue, the frog must spend fruit to improve their arsenal with improved offenses, such as a static cling tongue. Enjoy the Frog Fractions Game of the Decade Edition remaster in glorious 4k resolution!
For those who want to click with extra confidence, a DLC hat is available for purchase on Steam. Vicariously experience a day in the life of a frog wearing a hat!
Frog Fractions was originally created to entertain Jim's circle of friends. It was released to the public accidentally on October 25th, 2012 and became a runaway viral hit, winning hearts and eventually reaching more than two million players.
A sequel was successfully Kickstarted in 2014 and released in 2016, hidden inside indie gem
Now, with the looming death of Flash as a game platform, Twinbeard has decided to remaster Frog Fractions as a native executable so that it will remain playable for the foreseeable future.
- Frogs going on adventures
- Tongue upgrades
- Angry bugs
- A flying dragon friend
- Mild sexual references
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Awards & Recognition
- "URL of the Year" Giant Bomb, 2012
- "121st Best Game of All Time" Polygon, 2017
- "Nuovo Honorable Mention" IGF, 2012
- "True Game of the Decade" Geek.com, 2020
- "I’m desperately ill right now. Maybe that’s why I find Frog Fractions – an edutainment game spoof that’s far, far, far, far, far, far more than it seems – so hilarious."
- Nathan Grayson, Rock Paper Shotgun
- "Frog Fractions shattered any preconceived notions of what to expect from a game, proving games can be whatever you want them to be."
- "Frog Fractions is not just weird and bizarre, it's really damn funny. Its surprises work because they're unexpected and hysterical."
- Giant Bomb
- "Frog Fractions knows it's the butt of a joke. But it also knows it's the life of the party, as it dances on the table with a lampshade on its head."
- Robert Yang, Radiator
Twinbeard has been making games for decades, but nobody noticed until he moved to the Bay Area and started making friends with game journalists. Since making Frog Fractions, he's told day jobs to screw off and is riding the making games train until the conductor realizes he forgot to buy a ticket. Choo choo!
Frog Fractions: Game of the Decade Edition Credits