The comparison has been many many, many times by people trying to run and dodge through traffic: it feels just like playing Frogger. Except it's terrifying, because you're the frog. This is particularly troubling in developing countries still in need of a robust public infrastructure to regulate traffic.
Russia, your people's love of putting cameras on their car dashboards has won the day again.
Frogger doesn't have a whole documentary devoted to it the way that Donkey Kong does, in King of Kong. But Konami's coin-op classic does have a memorable episode from the Seinfeld TV show, where Jason Alexander's George Costanza puffs up with pride over his longstanding high score in the game. But that fictional…
Out of what appears to be sheer boredom, the two young children sprint across a four lane road …
Look at that badass up there! That, ladies and gents, is a Suriname horned frog, dubbed the "Pac-Man Frog." According to Prensa Latina, scientists in the South American country of Suriname found 46 new species of animals, from insects to fish to frogs. One of those frogs was a new species of Pac-Man Frog, which are…
AJ loves arcade games, and he's not going to let his disability get in the way of that!
While it might not be the first-person road crossing epic I crave, Konami's Facebook version of Frogger Pinball is an entertaining way to break up the hours spent sending funny pictures to your friends on Facebook, plus you get to play with frog balls, always a plus.
A gigantic frog terrorizes motorists in Dorkly's latest video short, which raises a question: Why hasn't anyone delivered a more realistic frog crossing the road simulator?
A 23-year-old man was hit by a Lexus SUV Monday while trying to play a real-life version of Frogger across a South Carolina highway, police say.
While you and I were busy trying to figure out how to talk on the original iPhone in LA and Vegas without dropping the call two seconds later, PachimonDotCom was using his giant brain to transform the smart phones into robots!
Tellart have built a version of Frogger that you don't play with a controller in front of a TV. You play with your feet, on the street, as it should be played.
Video games, from Space Invaders to Bubble Bobble(!), invade the slopes and skate parks of Mt. Hood's High Cascade in the best video ever to combine snowboarding and Super Mario World, pool tables and Portal, chiptunes and hip-hop.
Growing up meant summers spent outside for me. Long days locked outside with no hope of returning home until the sun fell and my parents called us for dinner.
Imagine playing Frogger on your hand just by tapping your palm with a finger, or whipping through menus projected onto your arm.
The one shining achievement in the life of Seinfeld's George Costanza is no more, as a Connecticut man shatters the fictional Frogger record previously thought unattainable by real people.
Give firearms to one pissed-off amphibian and watch roadkill turn into road rage. Oh, so I'm gonna die if I hit the edge of this screen, MFer? Yeah, well, Frogger's goin' home, bitch - through the front goddamn door.
In a change of pace from the many video game piracy stories we run about games being downloaded illegally, here's news of a seizure of 168 coin-op machines that played some very old games.
Familiar names and face populate this week's downloadable Nintendo games, with appearances by Frogger, Excitebike, Bomberman, and more Electroplankton than you can shake a stylus at.