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Ribbit – Frog Hop jumps onto Xbox

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There’s not much new about Frog Hop, except for the fact that it’s now on Xbox. 

Frog Hop from Tiny Warrior Games looks to combine the likes of Mario and Grapple Dog with pixelated looks, platforming mechanics and challenging boss fights – stuff that us gamers have been playing through for years. Doesn’t make it any less appealing though. 

Priced up at £3.99, Frog Hop jumps onto Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S to provide players with a new take on the usual classic platformer, as you take control of a little frog – named Hoppy – as he goes on the search for his little mate, Jumpy. 

Hopping, jumping, swinging and launching your way across a variety of levels, utilising your tongue as you go, in Frog Hop you’ll discover a game that features a range of enemies and obstacles, trips and traps to test you in multiple ways. And ultimately, you’ll then stumble upon the boss fights, challenging in their own unique ways. 

With the chance to collect some gems, bottom-bounce on your foes and take in the stages in multiple ways, Frog Hop may well bring something to the classic platforming genre that we’ve previously missed. We’ll find out in full review. 

For now, hop your way to the Xbox Store and land a download of Frog Hop. Surely that price allows for it?

Game Description:

A cute and quirky classic adventure platforming game about a frog named Hoppy searching for his frog friend Jumpy. Swing and launch yourself through levels with your tongue ability. A vast array of gimmicks, enemies, and obstacles; there’s always something new you’ll encounter in each level. Unique and challenging boss fights, each with their own attacks and weaknesses. Collect sparkly gems and spend them to buy charms that alter your play style, opening up possibilities for replayability and strategies to overcome levels. Bouncy and catchy tunes. Each level has a unique song. Dress yourself up with a wide range of cosmetics. Have ducks follow you around or make goofy sounds when you hit the ground. For the classic hardcore platforming gamer. Enjoyable for speed-runners as well! It has hats.

Neil Watton
Neil Wattonhttps://www.thexboxhub.com/
An Xbox gamer since 2002, I bought the big black box just to play Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee. I have since loved every second of the 360's life and am now just as obsessed with the Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S - mostly with the brilliant indie scene that has come to the fore. Gamertag is neil363, feel free to add me to your list.
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