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Frog Fractions

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Would you like to learn numbers? Of course you would, and Frog Fractions is just the game to teach you. With upgrades, maths, and some major hidden surprises, this is the best retro edutainment game you'll play all day. AND NOTHING MORE. Certainly not a parody game you don't want the kids to play. Nope.

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Walkthrough Guide

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Frog Fractions Walkthrough

Chapter 1: Little Frog, Big Pond

  1. Collect the flies & the fruit (between rounds) until you can upgrade to the dragon. This requires having at least the turtle and static cling unlocked, but any other upgrades are optional. You may find yourself taking a typing test at some point, but it's easy.

  2. The dragon can fly around the screen, but he can also swim. Dive underwater to find

    A huge stash of fruit!

  3. Collect a billion fruit, then upgrade the dragon with the warp drive.

  4. Fly up into space.

Chapter 2: Blast Off

  • Avoid the asteroids if you like. Technically, you can't lose in this part of the game, but it's more fun to play it properly.

Chapter 3: Warning No Refuge

  • Shoot the tentacles off the boss, then the core when it's available to target.

Chapter 4: Froggy's Day in Court

  1. Answer any way you like in the trial; again, it's impossible to lose this segment.

  2. Once you conveniently get the max score possible and avoid beign fired into the sun, it's time to get an ID card.

  3. Click and drag with the mouse to sign your name.

Chapter 5: Bug Mars on 50 Zorkmids a Day

  1. Back outside for more fractions! Dive into the Martian sea this time.

  2. Follow the underwater tunnels around, preferably with sound on in order to further your education.

  3. Eventually you'll find a spaceship, and its time for a trip out of Bug Mars.

Chapter 6: BlastOff Again (text adventure)

  1. Climb the ladder.

  2. Get the rug.

  3. Open the hatch.

  4. Go inside the room behind the hatch.

  5. Examine the machine.

  6. Get the paper.

  7. Get the electrical tape.

  8. Press the buttons.

  9. Pull the lever.

  10. Get the zorkmids.

  11. Examine the hole in the wall.

  12. Take the coffee cup.

  13. Put the tape on the wire.

  14. Put the cup on the machine.

  15. Press the buttons again.

  16. Pull the lever.

  17. Go back to the captain's quarters.

  18. Examine the nightstand.

  19. Open the drawer.

  20. Take the manual.

  21. Read the manual.

  22. Climb the ladder to the command room.

  23. Examine the controls.

  24. Press the New Destination button.

  25. Go back to the Captains room.

  26. Examine the bed.

  27. Fill the perfume dispenser with the contents of the coffee cup.

  28. Go to sleep.

Chapter 7: Living the Dream

  1. In your human dream, it's impossible to catch the bugs, and you'll be overwhelmed in no time.

  2. Unless you're a DDR pro, just mash the arrow keys to win the election.

Chapter 8: The Big Chair

  1. The aim here is actually to unlock the final upgrades. You don't need to worry about the porn trading minigame at all - just order your staff to print money each turn, and buy the last upgrades. One of them is a padlock, which you need to buy before you can buy the last upgrade.

  2. The final upgrade is a swimming pool for yourself. Great.

Chapter 9: Eyes Open

  • Dive under the surface to watch the credits. You won!


Patreon Crew SonicLover October 26, 2012 2:50 PM

What... the heck... did I... just... play?

inheritance.fan October 26, 2012 2:57 PM

Chapter 5, where is the spaceship?


Unique doesn't begin to describe it. That's just about the oddest thing I've ever seen. Fun, but way, WAY strange.


I am totally sending this link to everyone I know and say it's the best game ever, very challenging but not frustrating, with elements of strategy and action and a little stealth in some levels


This was fun until my sound shorted out for whatever reason. I feel like I missed out on half the humor. :(

crashlanding October 26, 2012 6:21 PM

what is this i don't even

Fred M. Sloniker October 26, 2012 10:58 PM

You know how, when Jay is Games features an April Fools' Day game or something, people in the comments section will start making stuff up, like 'how do I find the merman watching TV in the level about the history of boxing'?

This is that game.


This is the most hilarious game I have played in a very long time. But then, I love absurdist, surreal, and nonsensical humor.

Despite obviously being an intentional parody, the game hits a lot of the right notes towards feeling like a space-alien-produced, misguided attempt to create an educational game featuring ideas from other, non-educational games.

This is exactly how you make a game fun and awesome without making it at all challenging.


I'm naming my child Andre Phillipe Phillipe.


This game needs to let you buy more than one upgrade at a time. Other than that annoyance, it's pretty amusing.


This is even worse than Super Bogus World. I love it. (I also echo what Fred said)


Man, this game was amazing. It took me a while to figure out what to do in the first part, but in the meantime, those words in the spelling section were cracking me up. I couldn't stop laughing.

Rex Mario (the 3rd Mario Bro.) October 27, 2012 11:51 PM

this game is pure win!!

furyofachilles October 28, 2012 2:35 AM

Well, that was a huge waste of time. I guess I only have myself to blame for wanting to see it through to the end despite not really enjoying it...


So, I honestly don't understand the fruit in the first level. The bugs eat them to make them smaller, but am I supposed to eat them before they do? Catch them when they fall? I don't quite understand.


Also--sorry for the double post--what is "indignity" and how does it increase?


Besides flies, there's some random crap later on in first stage, the boss and Martian pool. If it hits you, Indignity increases. Once it's full, you get a gameover.


the fact that I was watching The West Wing while playing made this at least 20% stranger


I loved this sooo much. Thanks to all the peeps that made it. Most absurdly fun game I've played in a while.


forget about fractions... the history of Boxing is where it's at!

Mick James February 3, 2013 5:24 AM

I genuinely thought the walkthrough was a spoof.

https://www.google.com/accounts/o8/id?id=AItOawm8vg29wyZBrbXNzhSD68L_izyxkefvidM March 26, 2013 7:32 PM

This is definitely one of my favorite games ever. I have replayed it a few times and it is still hilarious. I only wish that it didn't lag so badly on my computer.


Shut up!
You two are not only horrible parents, you're violent criminals, and I'm gonna lock you up till frogs do fractions.


Wow love this game!

jimmc3rd April 16, 2016 7:40 AM

For more fractiony goodness, I highly suggest checking out the FF2 kickstarter and FF2 discussion on unfiction. :D


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