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Discussion in 'iPhone and iPad Games' started by Zilla, Oct 24, 2010.
That is really sick. It might be kind of cool if it were some kind of a strategy game where you have to keep the balloon unpopped for as long as possible, but popping a frog? If you're the dev, you got problems dude.
Think I'll skip this one...
After playing Pocket Frogs for so long I'm rather attached to the little critters.
Pocket Frogs is awesome!
Killing frogs is awful. Now I'm embarrassed for taking the time to explain that to you.
Ironically published by "The Green Team" - Going green usually means saving the environment, not popping it.
Pumping up a frog is bad but shooting soldiers in the head in a killer game is o.k.?
Trite defense, from people who completely miss the point. No, I am not going to feel likewise embarrassed by attempting to explain that one to you as well.
That said, I'm sure this app will sell truckloads, unfortunately.
Noted for their crude humor and tongue-in-cheek violence, Joe Cartoons were among the first widely distributed web-based productions of their kind in 1998.
I'd like to nominate this thread for trashing.
But I would be interested in your opinion (NO irony).
I'd like to nominate this thread for thrashing.
Nah, let's just do the same for this thread as Austin Jump and just keep the spam to a minimum.
Leave that poor frog alone or I'm reporting you to the animal cruelty place.
Yeah, actually Austin Jump looked better than this...
It did, but the company name was what closed it, plus the dev's incompetency.
Let´s pump this frog up for good.
It's approved for children of 9 or greater? That makes no sense to me.