Reviews and Problems with Frogger 2: Swampy’s Revenge
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Works on Win 7 just fine!
I. M. Strong, Amazon
15 March 2014
Summary: I found "Frogger 2: Swampy's Revenge" on sale at my library's shelf for $1. It is for Win 95/98 but I figure, for a dollar, I'd give it a shot since my kids love the game and they no longer make it. I must tell that I installed on my Win 7 computer and it works fine. Kids love it, works just fine. Awesome find!
Summary: Not a bad game at all! Fun, and it lasts a while. Doesn't ruin the original. But don't get the "Frogger Adventures". Those aren't fun at all. Okay animation. Good music and sound effects. Nice color too. All in all a good game.
Great game, tons better than the original Frogger 1!
27 April 2004
Summary: Frogger 2 is a great PC game. The graphix are awesome and the levels are really challenging. It was so much more fun than the original Frogger, even my dad was playing it! All the levels are so different and some of them are really tricky. The only downside is that there aren't really enough levels. I got disappointed because I beat the game in about 3 weeks, and I wanted MORE! But other than that, this is a GREAT GAME!
Summary: My younger sister got this game for her birthday. I ended up playing it more than her. I thought the game would be kind of corny, considering it is based basically for the younger age groups. I was surprised. The storyline is great, having to rescue Frogger's li'l frogs. Graphics are awesome for an arcade game.
Awesome 3D graphics, simple controls, challenging levels
James K, Amazon
27 April 2004
Summary: This game rocks. Why can't all games have incredible 3D graphics, easy-to-learn controls, a cute story line, and challenging levels that are fun to solve??? Too bad this game doesn't do multi-player under Windows 2000, but fortunately everything else works under Win2K! Please, game developers, make more games like this one, and fully support all operating systems!
Summary: This is a good sequel to the '97 game Frogger. They have updated it with new level ideas, and the graphics are better, but the gameplay has not changed too much. It's also got some levels that are old "video arcade style". Over all it's a fun game for all ages.
Summary: A disappointing sequel. The graphics are pretty (if too flashy) and the new characters add some interest, but it's a hollow effort. The game requires none of the skill that Hasbro's first Frogger did. The only challenge here is playing the game against a timer--personally, I'd rather be asked to do something well than to do it fast. One thing I cannot understand here is that the game lacks a save/restore option in Story mode.
Summary: This game is a solid sequel to the 3D Frogger of a few of years ago (both loosely based on the classic arcade game.) For those of you who've played Frogger 1: there have been a few minor improvements to the game play, but the main thing you get is new worlds to navigate. So if you hated to see Frogger 1 end, here's a chance for more material.