Frogger 2: Swampy’s Revenge is a version of the Frogger series and a remake of Frogger (1997). Like its previous version, the game offers fun and light adventure challenges. It was released by Blitz Games on three platforms, consisting of PlayStation, Sega Dreamcast and Microsoft Windows. Besides, this game also has a version for Game Boy Color, which was developed by Game Titan. Completing the design, Hasbro Interactive launched the game in 2000. For PlayStation, the game was available in North America on September 15, Europe on October 13. The version of Microsoft Windows is September 23 for North America and October 13 for Europe. Unlike the two platforms above, the version of Sega Dreamcast and Game Boy Color was only available in North America, on October 13 (DC) and September 17 (GBC).
In the plot, Frogger 2: Swampy’s Revenge tells gamers about a great journey of rescuing Frogger’s brothers and sisters. To revenge Frogger, Swampy had returned to the past and kidnapped the relatives of Lillie Frog, Frogger’s girlfriend. Thus, Lillie and Frogger joined forces to rescue the people that Swampy imprisoned. However, he does not hold many people in a certain area, and Frogger and his girlfriend will have to overcome many challenges, different areas to complete the task..
How to play
Regarding the challenge system, Frogger 2: Swampy’s Revenge has some other tweaks to the previous versions. Firstly, the game still has levels to complete (30 levels), and each will require searching for five frogs at different locations. However, the challenge system at each level will have an extension and spend more time to search for frogs than the old version. Besides, gamers have to complete the level in a fixed order. In the process of exploring each level, players have to move continuously to find the location hiding five frogs. Also, you have to move carefully to avoid the pitfalls on the road. Gamers can collect additional lives or bonus points. The developer brings you 30 normal levels and bonus levels. They will be unlocked when you collect gold coins at certain levels. In addition to 30 levels, the Dreamcast version also supports challenging multiplayer, which allows you to team up with other three players to participate in missions for getting more fun.
Finally, the visual system of this game has beautiful 3D graphics. The color system is well designed and displayed. However, some image details are still blurry. In general, the game’s visual is good enough to satisfy players.