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He started out as a mute, semi-realistic-looking frog. This changed in 2001 with ''[[Frogger: The Great Quest]]'', in which Frogger is bipedal, wears clothing, and can talk. A refined version of this character design remained Frogger's dominant appearance for years. He recently reverted back to his former, croaking self.
 
He started out as a mute, semi-realistic-looking frog. This changed in 2001 with ''[[Frogger: The Great Quest]]'', in which Frogger is bipedal, wears clothing, and can talk. A refined version of this character design remained Frogger's dominant appearance for years. He recently reverted back to his former, croaking self.
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Revision as of 00:43, March 15, 2013

Frogger hyperarcade art

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

Frogger ancientshadow art

Frogger's bipedal design.

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

He started out as a mute, semi-realistic-looking frog. This changed in 2001 with Frogger: The Great Quest, in which Frogger is bipedal, wears clothing, and can talk. A refined version of this character design remained Frogger's dominant appearance for years. He recently reverted back to his former, croaking self.








Wreck-It Ralph

Frogger will make a cameo appearance along with Dig Dug in the film, "Wreck-It Ralph" at the Game Central Station hopping away from Ralph upon seeing him.
Frogdig

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

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