Frog Fractions 2

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Frog Fractions 2

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Developer Twinbeard Studios
Publisher Adult Swim Games
Published 2016-12-26
Platforms Linux, Macintosh, Windows
Genres Active puzzle video game, Comedy, Multi-genre, Puzzle
Themes Cartoon, Comedy, Fantasy, Surreal
Distribution Commercial

Frog Fractions 2 is a comedic multi-genre video game developed by Mostly Tigerproof and published by Adult Swim Games for Windows on 2016-12-26.

The game uses a hub system called "TXT World" which is similar to ZZT, but, each section enters a new mini game which varying genres.


Own?Yes. On Steam and
Won?Yes. Missing 2 purple items.

I got this game as part of a Humble Bundle and inadvertently played it. I've beaten it with all but two purple items.


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Best Version: Windows

— This section contains spoilers! —


  • Overall the game is a lot fun with humor and silliness.
  • Not knowing about the game was hidden in a parent game was quite a shock for me when I entered TXT World.
  • The homage to ZZT is nice, but the game goes above and beyond adding many different rules and items.
  • The rules of TXT World are quite unusual and require a bit of trial and error to figure out, but it's done in a way that makes it fun.
  • There are dozens of references to other games including The Legend of Zelda, Adventure, Nethack, Where in the World Is Carmen San Diego, Flappy Bird, and more.
  • The minigames run through all sorts of genres and require different skills. Some of them are especially clever, but none of them are too difficult.
  • The comments by the helper fairy and the radio broadcasts when you get purple items are both funny.
  • The Sparxis minigame, while not as fun as a game, is really hilarious as an interactive story.
  • The real-time chess game was a lot of fun.
  • The translation puzzle with the frog was really fun and challenging.
  • The creepiness at the end of TXT World was pretty awesome.
  • The ending after the credits was funny.


  • The parent game crashed on me several times. I almost gave up on it before discovering TXT World.
  • The sword gets in the way a lot, but it does make for some interesting puzzles.
  • The assistant to the assistant portion of the credits is funny at first, but gets old. But, I guess it's just a setup to get the player to hit the fast forward button.


  • Nothing.


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Let's play.


Strong female character?PassThe guide fairy has her own agenda.
Bechdel test?FailThe women never talk to each other.
Strong person of color character?FailThe Obamas appear briefly, but aren't important characters.
Queer character?PassThe guide mentions that she has a wife.


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