A cute lightweight puzzle game. Can you find the frog? ๐Ÿธ

  • ๐Ÿธ Several different types of unique randomly generated puzzles!๐Ÿธ
  • ๐Ÿธ No in-game text! No instructions! ...Figuring out the rules is half the fun!๐Ÿธ
  • ๐Ÿธ Tons of frogs!๐Ÿธ
  • ๐Ÿธ Tons of original music!๐Ÿธ
  • ๐Ÿธ Fun for all ages. Yes, really! ๐Ÿธ

Thank you for playing my game ๐Ÿธ Go find those frogs!

Updated 11 days ago
Published 15 days ago
StatusIn development
PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux, HTML5
Rating
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AuthorPoobslag
GenrePuzzle
TagsCute, Frogs, godot, Mouse only

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No idea how the lizard stuff works, no patience to make sense of it. Unskippable win/fail screens are not fun, as is having to slog through obnoxiously easy puzzles just to get another example of an inscrutable one, and then having  the game taunt me for not getting it.

This game was great! It took about an hour to feel confident with most of the rules. I'm still not exactly sure about the minesweeper -- but I beat it every time anyway, even though I don't have confidence about it.

It's really cute.

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Yeah I'm not sure how the lizard one works either.  I know there has to be one lizard in every row and column but I don't understand why the tiles are red or what it means. Or if the position makes a difference - if they're pointing to something or not. 

Very fun and cute game :)

I love this game. Cute art and music! I still don't get the one with scattered red tiles yet (something about neighbouring tiles?) but it's fun to puzzle over it.

cute :)

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Really cute game, finally managed to beat the last "difficulty".

I still haven't fully cracked the code behind the "sudoku" ones, I think I understand how the "lizard rule" works, but I have absolutely no idea how the fishes relate to anything.

Thanks for the feedback! ...I have an idea for how to make this puzzle easier to understand without changing the rules. I'm going to give it a try later.

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...I have no idea what's going on, but my first clicks almost always end up being shark. I guess I'm just too stupid.

I'm sorry! The frogs are being very shy today. ...I'll try to make some changes over the next few weeks to see if I can tempt them from their hiding places.

Thanks for your patience

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Don't worry about it too much, of course. I'm pretty unlucky on the regular, and its not that odd to see one or two outliers, be them positive or negative.

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I wish there was just a little more time between when you click a shark (and it reveals the location of the frog and the lizards) and the transition to the next stage. It's frustrating because I know that it's revealing important information to me, but I can't see it long enough to recognize the pattern, or to remember it with enough specificity that I can work out the pattern later. Buuuut that might just be part of the challenge of the game, so ยฏ\_(ใƒ„)_/ยฏ

It is super cute tho!

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Thank you, that's VERY good advice and I've actually added an extra second or two so that you have more of a chance to recognize the pattern!

There are two levels which give players a lot of trouble. I've tweaked one to give more information (there should be 2 or more arrows pointing to a frog when you fail) and I have ideas for tweaking the other.

Thanks so much for your valuable feedback! For every person like you who voices a complaint, I know there are dozens of others suffering in silence. So I would like to thank you on their behalf as well ๐Ÿธ๐Ÿธ๐Ÿธ

Such a silly, cute, adorable game ! I think I discovered a new favorite genre of mine : the textless game ! Really loved the sound, art and emotions !

Oh that's great to hear, thank you!

I took inspiration for designing a textless game from a video I watched about Octopath Traveller. In hindsight, Fez is another great game which has almost no dialog.

The art and music was all put together myself over a few days, and I went with a very simple style partially due to time constraints and partially to my own limitations. I'm glad it came together and that you like how the game looks and sounds ๐Ÿธ๐Ÿธ๐Ÿธ

Thanks, I'm gonna check those games out !

Again cheers to your game !

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I did not understand much of the game play initially, but somehow it started to sort of make sense after a few minutes of clicking randomly. The end screen with the cursor hugs is the cutest thing ever!

Thank you, at first the levels are a mix between completely trivial and completely impossible. I'm glad you weren't too frustrated and could still finish the game. Congratulations on finding the frog!!