Frog Fractions

By: Andy Hull

On: December 3rd, 2012

Frog Fractions

When Twinbeard Studios’ Frog Fractions was released in October, I played it for only a few minutes before dismissing it as a cute parody—a humorous dig at the multitude of terrible edutainment games. Luckily, I was recently persuaded to check it out again and was rewarded with an extremely unique and surprising experience. I don’t want to say too much about the game for fear of spoiling it, but I will say this: It’s worth finishing.

Frog Fractions is free to play on the game’s site, so hop on over and try it out for yourself.

  • Medo

    Yup, this game is great fun, it just takes a bit long to get going – I guess many people share your initial experience Andy.

  • oldnews

    Wow, TIGSource sure is slow

  • Bizzle

    Once I got the dragon…I just…this is the sort of thing I joke about making, but this guy actually made it. Needless to say, I was entertained.

  • Anonymous

    Someone is lacking in the attention span and reviewer fiber department.

  • John Evans

    Too bad there’s nothing showing what the controls are, I was looking forward to playing.

  • RM

    The game is played with a mouse. Point and click to eat the flies. Everything that involves the keyboard is either intuitive or explained when it becomes relevant.

  • Peter

    It doesn’t HAVE to take long to get going.

  • justMe

    I applaud to an good review which intelligently lured me into playing a masterpiece and yet avoided spoilers!!! Well done.