• Publisher: Konami
  • Release Date: Nov 13, 2006
Metascore
66

Mixed or average reviews - based on 10 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 10
  2. Negative: 1 out of 10
Buy On
  1. The ball-rolling stages alone are reason to knock down the score several points. However, for a family with kids around eight or nine years old, My Frogger Toy Trials is easily worth the $30 price tag more so than many of the licensed kids' cartoon games out there.
  2. Enjoyable despite its few warts, and is one of the better surprises of the year so far.
  3. A very nice implementation of classic Frogger. Great for younger players, this is a good product in a sea of recent mediocrity.
  4. 75
    The game's actually a surprise: a new "toy story" approach, wacky character designs, an interesting and mysterious tale, and pretty challenging levels thrown across the extensive adventure. The multiplayer options are pretty darn fun, too.
  5. AceGamez
    70
    I would like nothing better than to stamp My Frogger: Toy Trials with a must-have recommendation, because it does contain a number of creative game concepts and gameplay that is generally fun and rewarding, but in all honesty I can't go quite that far with my praise due to the often frustrating trial-and-error level design and tricky, counter-instinctive control scheme.
  6. The most difficult part for most will be getting used to using the shoulder buttons to turn Frogger. Most people are used to simply using the d-Pad to do this in most other games, so using a different method might be hard to get used to. But if you can get past that, Frogger offers a myriad of different and fun activities that both kids and adults can enjoy.
  7. Rest assure there is much to love about Frogger’s new adventure, even if it means turning this beloved mascot into a Tamagotchi of sorts.
  8. 55
    Not as much as something akin to other innovative titles on the DS, but it’s worth a purchase if you just want to experience some familiar Frogger action for yourself or even the kids.
  9. A bit of stylus-powered frog-in-a-ball rolling occasionally interrupts the bounding, but even this is clumsily controlled, with mad stroking more likely to erode your DS screen than get the spherical spawn of the devil to respond.
  10. Nintendo Gamer
    45
    A bit of stylus-powered frog-in-a-ball rolling occasionally interrupts the bounding, but even this is clumsily controlled, with mad stroking more likely to erode your DS screen than get the spherical spawn of the devil to respond. [Mar 2007, p.61]

Awards & Rankings

46
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#69 Most Discussed DS Game of 2006
User Score
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User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 2
  2. Negative: 0 out of 2
  1. Aug 4, 2017
    5
    I did not like this game. It's not bad, but definitely not good. If it was just Frogger you use in the game, I'd be ok with it, but using theI did not like this game. It's not bad, but definitely not good. If it was just Frogger you use in the game, I'd be ok with it, but using the other character just turned me away from this game. Full Review »