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  • Summary: Frogger, one of the most beloved video game character of all time, returns! In this latest escapade, Frogger finds himself called upon to stop an evil force that threatens his home, Firefly Swamp, and the nearby kingdom of Bunnington Hollow. To stop the insidious Dr. Wani and his destructive mining efforts, Frogger must use all of his hopping and dodging skills, along with many new talents, to infiltrate the mastermind's lair and bring his evil plans crashing down. Unlock new playable characters and original arcade game. Over than 30 levels of play to challenge players of all levels. A wide range of moves including wall climbing, tongue grabs and more. Up to 4-player wireless multiplayer action with a single game cartridge. [Konami] Expand
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  1. It's a treat to play something so fresh, and yet so (often frustratingly) familiar. Helmet Chaos strikes the perfect balance between its 20th Century lineage and gameplay for today.
  2. Although not all of the DS’s features were utilized (mainly the touch screen), the challenging gameplay and DS download function more than made up for this.
  3. Frogger isn’t for everyone. While it’s aimed at kids, I find it funny that many kids won’t have the patience that is required to last throughout the levels.
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    It's just a very straightforward game design that, even with its rigid quirks, is more fun than it is impressive.
  5. The game is vibrant, mildly entertaining, and offers an array of puzzles to solve while you navigate Frogger through each level. [Nov p.102]
  6. Certainly seems to be directed towards a younger gaming audience with its colorful environments, cute characters and simple controls. The game is pretty childish with a straightforward story mode and a nice selection of multiplayer games.
  7. Helmet Chaos does have a surprisingly quirky sense of humor and some decent voice acting, but it's not enough to recapture the series's long-lost magic. [Oct 2005, p.100]

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