- Summary: This game doesn't support iPhone 3GS,iPodTouch 3rd Gen and older devices.Be careful!! This is an insanely addictive casual game!It will help you to kill a lot of boring time, from the makers of 12 million downloaded time-killing iPhone game "iDragPaper" and "FingerThis game doesn't support iPhone 3GS,iPodTouch 3rd Gen and older devices.Be careful!! This is an insanely addictive casual game!It will help you to kill a lot of boring time, from the makers of 12 million downloaded time-killing iPhone game "iDragPaper" and "Finger Balance".Help Mr Frog fulfill his destiny and perform the show of a lifetime. Drag his stretchy tongue to catch all kinds of bugs and entertain the audience.Key Features:- Simple but addictive gameplay.- Cute and artistic graphic style.- More than 40 objectives are waiting for you.- Purchase power-ups with coins earned from playing.- Customize Mister Frog's clothing.- Game Center, Facebook, Twitter integration.Gameplay:Drag out the tongue of Mr.Frog to hit the bugs on the screen. Hit more than 3 bugs in one drag to get a combo bonus score, hit more than 3 same color bugs will get you an even bigger bonus! The power-up items will help you get bigger scores. Two Modes:- ArcadeYou have only one minute! Try to get as high a score as you can. Use freeze bugs, time bonuses and double score multipliers to get that high score!- SurvivalDon't miss any bugs or you will lose a life! Slowly gets harder the longer you survive! No time limit!Story:Everyone has his/her shortcoming but sometimes it'll become their advantage or even unique skill! The leading role of this game is just such a person. He has remained unknown however as he has a very long tongue which brings him a lot of troubles in his life and also his nickname "Mr. Frog".Now the depressed Mr. Frog has joined the circus and hopes he can use his shortcoming to perform a show.And today is his debut. Can he get the audience's applause?… Expand
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Jan 2, 2013Mister Frog! is very pretty, with responsive controls and pleasantly old-timey music. This is a game that you and even a very young child might be able to share, trading turns and comparing scores. It's not terribly ambitious, certainly no One Tap Hero, but it does well within the limited scope it sets for itself.