DOS - 1994
Also available on: Amiga
Description of Superfrog
One of the best platformers Amiga, the PC version of Team 17's classic Superfrog is a faithful reproduction of the original (minus the excellent Amiga soundtrack).
The game is a good example of a flawless execution of a mundane concept. The object of the game, like most other games of its ilk, is to collect the required amount of coins and get to the exit in each level. Team 17 implements this very cliche premise so well that Superfrog stands out among platformers. You can kill enemies by jumping on them or by throwing a ball (which you have to find) at them. Some enemies cannot be killed, so you will just have to avoid them. There are 6 different levels, each one varies nicely from one another. The levels include Forest, Haunted House, Ice World, Egyption, Carnival, and Space. There is also a bonus shooting level that's a lot of fun to play (and replay). At the end of each level, you can play a fun slot machine-style sequence, in which you can win a extra lives, bonus points, or a password. That's right: you have to earn a "save slot" in this game by winning the password this sequence. After your wrists are tired from all that jumping and bouncing, you might have to restart the level all over again if you fail to win the password. That's my only big complaint about the game, but fortunately the passwords are usually not that difficult to get. As one can expect from Team 17, the graphics in the game are excellent, with various animation effects (bordering on the cutesy side). With huge levels (including even secret ones you'll enjoy finding), great controls and playability, and an overall very polished design, Superfrog is simply a must-have for all fans of platform games. Highly recommended! *
Note: We have been asked by Team 17 to remove downloads of all their games. Please contact the company directly if you are interested in purchasing any out of print titles.*
Review By HOTUD
Comments and reviews
Your Nickname 2017-09-04 0 point DOS version
Please stop asking about the code for the DOS version. Just use the included "crack.com" command on the "SF" game executable (after running "go" to install) to break the protection.
ZZ 2016-11-25 0 point DOS version
Hmm, not the superfrog i remember. Was the Amiga version different?
Eva 2016-01-01 0 point DOS version
How do you run it? it is asking for copy protection code? It's asking for a code?
Zyyz 2013-11-13 0 point DOS version
I remember when this was released, i remember the commercial for it herein Denmark. I was ecstatic to get it, i had to beg my parents to get it for over 3 months before they got it. I still to this day feel as i felt the day i got it. It's a game the will sta with me to the day i die. so many fond memories of it. If you met me RL, you'd heard me often humming the music of the game hehehe
Gamila 2013-10-23 -3 points DOS version
Which emulator sohuld i use for SuperFrog? i tried D-Fender, ZSNES, but none worked! :(
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