Frog Feast

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Frog Feast
Basic Information
Video Game
Amiga CD32, Atari Jaguar CD, Philips CD-i, Fujitsu FM Towns, Sharp X68000, Mega Drive, Genesis], Sega Mega-CD, SNES and Neo Geo CD
Retail Features
Main Credits
Charles Doty
United Nations International Release Date(s)
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Frog Feast is an after-market video game developed by Rastersoft for several game consoles. The latest system to receive the game was the Atari Jaguar and its CD attachment in 2007. While originally offered through Oldergames, due to difficulties with the company, Rastersoft has begun to sell Frog Feast directly.

Gameplay[edit | edit source]

Frog Feast is a tribute to the Mattel Intellivision game Frog Bog, and play is nearly identical. The game is played by either a single player against the CPU or a second player. Each version of Frog Feast is graphically identical, but limitations in storage media have led to alteration or removal of some aspects, including music and sound.

Jaguar CD controversy[edit | edit source]

The Atari Jaguar CD version handled by Oldergames in 2007 met many difficulties in the first run, as all fifty numbered copies were defective. The way in which they handled the problem left fans of the system considering a class-action lawsuit against Oldergames, which may have led to the operation closing down shop.[citation needed]

On August 25, 2009, the class-action was accepted by the 7th District Court of Appeals.

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