Frog Fractions 2 Developer Hid Entire Game In Another

Frog Fractions was one of the most unique games ever. At first glimpse, the game appeared to be nothing more than a cute Flash title that teaches kids math with the help of bug-snatching frogs. However, once you play past the first few levels, you'd find yourself on an odd trip that takes you to Mars on the back of a dragon among other adventures. By the end of the -surely-not-for-kids game, you'd be running a company that produces bug pornography.

Perhaps the craziness of Fro Fractions can be surpassed only by its successor, Frog Fractions 2.

Frog Fractions 2 was Kickstarted in 2012; At which time, creator Jim Crawford warned that its launch would be anything but typical. Now, four years later, he delivered on that promise as he hid the entire Frog Fractions 2 insides a totally unrelated game.

"Most Kickstarters are very detailed about what you're paying for, but the nature of this one is that you're paying for a surprise," he warned his Kickstarter backers.

Since then, Crawford ran several alternate-reality games where he and his team hid clues for the game's location in podcasts and comment sections and inside more than 24 independent games and Super Mario Maker levels. The ARG ended with some folks completing an escape room in Portland to find a key which they used to activate a big red button that read "Launch FF2." Once the button was pressed, a completely unrelated Steam title, Glittermitten Grove received a huge update which turned out to be Frog Fractions 2.

In order to play Frog Fractions 2 through Glittermitten Grove, you can use fireworks to dig in the ground until you find a door that leads to the sequel, or progress through the game until you find a door in the sky.

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Some Surprise

Huh. Sounds like he cheated a bunch of people who paid for the kick starter by manipulating the situation so that they paid for the development of two games and got nothing. SURPRISE!

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