Fairly fun, especially when you can pass the levels. The game gets a bit frustrating when you know for certain that you should have landed the jump, and the controls and 3D perception could have used some fine-tuning.
Features some very good arcade-style gameplay that will somewhat take you back to the start of the videogame era, the days when you could play a arcade game for .25 cent, the days when you thought games like "Pac-Man" and "Pong" kicked ass.
The cutscenes are better off skipped and there's nothing mind-blowing at work here, but the levels are clever, the bosses nicely creative and the mix of thinking and skill-based gameplay fun. [Dec 2003, p.85]
The game's heavy emphasis on a disjointed and needless plot and some generally unimpressive production values are Frogger's Adventures main drawbacks, though they don't prevent the game from being enjoyable overall.
A rather bland experience. It's not bad, but it's not good either. Some new types of puzzles, like pulling platforms closer to you, adds some more puzzle variation to Frogger, but the puzzles aren't that challenging.