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Is the box all creased up or is that a visual effect?

 

Certainly looks good (that green cart!!) but let us know how it plays!

 

The frogger bar has been set pretty high by past iterations.. The Official Frogger by Sega on 2600 is my "go-to" right now...

It looks like thick stock paper or card stock that was printed and folded by hand into a box.

Edit: Oh, thought he meant the top/sides, not the black water effect on the box itself.

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Is the box all creased up or is that a visual effect?

 

Certainly looks good (that green cart!!) but let us know how it plays!

 

The frogger bar has been set pretty high by past iterations.. The Official Frogger by Sega on 2600 is my "go-to" right now...

 

 

No, it's not creased. That is a visual effect... the picture didn't come out so well, but it's water ripples in dark water.

 

Game is a lot of fun, but it is definitely hard. Particularly, the 2600 version of the game, it's tougher than I remember.

 

The Arcade version of the game is cool... the Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor / P71 at the bottom is flying... hard to get by, but the game mechanics are fixed, and seem to work well.

 

 

Well worth it, it's fun. I know my daughter is going to play for hours.

 

I'm cursed by the Cybermorph lady who taunts me when I die...!!!

 

 

EDIT to say... "MY picture" didn't come out so well, but it looks fine on the box.

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The clue to the situation behind the question is in the statement behind the question. A question to which requires a simple yes or no answer. Christ, I've had to endure years of tripe fouling my inbox on a daily basis; a long standing respected (I think) member of this communit, having provided help on numerous occasions when I had more time. The least I deserve is a simple yes or no answer.

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The clue to the situation behind the question is in the statement behind the question. A question to which requires a simple yes or no answer. Christ, I've had to endure years of tripe fouling my inbox on a daily basis; a long standing respected (I think) member of this communit, having provided help on numerous occasions when I had more time. The least I deserve is a simple yes or no answer.

Going solely by the last video. No.

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