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Taking inspiration from the classic puzzle game peg solitaire, Froggies adds a new dimension to the board game genre by featuring five different coloured types of frog, each with their own unique personalities and movements, which demands a new strategy with each encounter. Froggies differentiates itself by encouraging the player to solve levels through creating patterns to clear the board rather than tilting and dexterity.

Froggies is carefully balanced to appeal to the casual and fanatical gamer, with a subtle difficulty curve. And in fairy tale tradition, help is on hand in the form of a magic wand for moments when you are in need of inspiration.
Game features
- Initial 20 levels are free
- 100 puzzles to solve in total
- Features in-app purchases
- 5 unique Froggies to master
- Game Center Leader Boards
- 34 Game Center Achievements
- Twitter and Facebook integration
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