Frog Fractions 2 Has Arrived and Your Mass Effect 2 Saves Could Come In Handy?
Frog Fractions was a surprisingly big hit among its fan base. It was an odd game that was surprisingly fun, filled with eating bugs, dancing, and managing the bug budget. Created by Twinbeard Studios, the founder Jim Crawford stated that he “created Frog Fractions explicitly to evoke the air of mystery that all video games held in the 1980s,” and he did just that. A sequel was announced through kickstater, however, there were a few caveats to go with it; such as the fact that the sequel would not be called Frog Fractions 2 nor would it be announced when released – rather that backers would only receive their download key once “the jig was up”.
Glittermitten Grove was released on Steam on 13th December for US$20, but patch notes on the 25th December caught the attention of everyone playing it and sent people into a searching frenzy. The search ended up proving useful, and many people found that if you could get high enough into the sky, or dig far enough down, you would eventually find (somewhere) a doorway that would lead you to a different game. This was then confirmed by Crawford, and now everyone who backed the kickstarter or slacker backer funds are now eligible to receive their download keys.
Something that has caught everyone’s attention, however, is the fact that there comes a point where you can choose your “face”… Or import your Mass Effect 2 saves into the game. There is reportedly a puzzle that requires you to use Mass Effect 2 saved game imports, but this is yet to be seen. Crawford has kept tight-lipped on this, and that’s no surprise considering the lengths he went to for Frog Fractions 2 existence as released a secret.
How do you feel about all of this? Did you play Frog Fractions? Are you going to buy Glittermitten Grove just to play Frog Fractions 2? Do you have a Mass Effect 2 saved file to throw at it? Comment below and let us know your thoughts. Feel free to check out Frog Fractions for free here. And talking of Mass Effect, check out the Andromeda game play trailer, or this cool Mass Effect/Dragon Age crossover art.
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Scott (AKA Ace) is an Australian gamer, who enjoys nothing more than taming dinosaurs, piloting 'mechs, building things, and shooting people who deserve it online. A very typical nerdy geek who is currently looking to spread that love with others.