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“I know there is a game called Frogger, but I thought it was a board game.”
“Or that Frogger is a terrorist, and Donkey Kong and Mario are pitted in an epic manage-a-trois of princess passion?”
“A Seinfeld episode called The Frogger makes astute observations about societys fascination with cake.”
“Clemson Police Chief Jimmy Dixon says the young man had been discussing "Frogger" with his friends while waiting to cross the busy four-lane highway when he yelled "go" and darted into the traffic.”
“Police in South Carolina say a 23-year-old man who was hit by an SUV may been playing a real-life version of the video game "Frogger" by darting into heavy traffic.”
“Count this as another vote for 'Frogger' on the burger cake.”
“We put trust in our little electric scooter, 'Frogger', and gunned it across the street.”
“From the "bleeps" and "bloops" of nostalgic classics such as Frogger and Tetris, to the unmistakable sounds of Mario ™, Zelda® and Donkey Kong®, and the power of recent blockbusters like Halo®, Final Fantasy®, Warcraft®, Myst® and Metal Gear Solid®, Video Games Live promises to be a full concert experience gamers and non-gamers will not want to miss.”
“For the kids, an interactive room features computer lessons and a few games, such as tossing a beanbag into the mouth of a wooden frog and playing "Frogger," the classic computer game that tests players 'abilities to move a frog across a busy road - without getting squashed.”
“Teachers take on 'Frogger', computer programming at CU-Boulder”
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