Amazing Frog? is a puzzle-based video game that was developed by D Bedrock and published by D Bedrock. The game was first released on the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1986.
In the Amazing Frog? video game, the player controls a frog on a lily pad who must eat all the bugs he can find in order to survive. These bugs are scattered all over the screen and the player must tap the screen in order to make the frog jump. The player can use three lives, and if the player loses all their lives, the game is over.
The player is represented by the frog, which has to eat flies to survive. The frog can swim in ponds, but can only jump on dry land. The frog has to eat flies to grow, and must jump on anvils to destroy them. The game has different modes, including "Anvil-Athon", "Test of Strength" and "Race Against Time".
The player starts the game with three lives and must eat the bugs scattered all over the screen in order to survive.
The graphics are very simple. The player can choose between a black-and-white or a color mode. The graphics in the game are cartoonish and colorful.
The game is controlled with the D-pad, and uses two buttons: one to jump, the other to speed up the frog's movement.
The player can control the frog by tapping on the screen. If the player does not tap the screen in time, the frog will fall into the water and lose a life.
The game has a high replayability, due to the different modes and the various difficulty levels. The game is very challenging, and the player will continue playing the game to beat their high score.
Amazing Frog? is a classic video game that features very simple gameplay and graphics, but is highly replayable. The game is very challenging, and the player will continue playing the game to beat their high score.