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Frogger, as he appears in Frogger: Hyper Arcade Edition.

Frogger is a green, anthropomorphic frog. Best known as the namesake of the classic 1981 arcade game, he has gone on to star in a series of video games spanning numerous platforms. These games almost always involve hopping around on an invisible grid. Frogger is a registered trademark of Konami.

Character Design Edit

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Frogger's bipedal design.

Over the course of his video game career, Frogger's character has undergone drastic changes.

Frogger's initial appearance was that of a semi-realistic-looking frog. Frogger was given a redesign in 2001 with the release of The Great Quest. He was given an anthropomorphic design along with a t-shirt, a vest, and shorts.

In The Rescue, his look changed to a more strong appearance. As defender of Firefly Swamp, his many adventures carried on through 2001 to 2005, before a reboot with a new video game,My Frogger Toy Trials, brought it back to it's origins again in 2007. Another original Frogger sequel was made a year after the MFTT. Frogger 3D, made in Japan the earliest and America a few months after, was made in 2011, thus,so far,concluding the Frogger trilogy.


Screenshot from Frogger's journey: The Forgotten Relic

Frogger's LinksEdit

Frogger's Twitter Page

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Wreck-It RalphEdit

Frogger makes a cameo appearance along with Dig Dug and the Angel Kids in the film, "Wreck-It Ralph" at the Game Central Station hopping away from Ralph upon seeing him. His iconic 8-bit hopping noise can be heard as he hops away from Ralph.


Frogger's cameo in "Wreck-It Ralph." Dig Dug and the Angel Kids can be seen behind him.

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