There’s only room for one frog at the top!
Frog Climbers is a party game where you and friends play as rock climbing frogs wrestling up mountains, using all of the tricks in the book to reach the top first.
Be a douchefrog - Grab onto your opponent and use them as a ladderstep on your way to the top! Everything is allowed in love and … uh … climbing!
♣ Climb grips, dangle from dangerous vines and throw yourself from spinning wheels in over 260 mountain combinations.
♣ Play with up to three friends or alone! Local support for 1-4 players
♣ Customize your climbing with 4 game modifiers that alters the rules of play
♣ Pick your favorite frog out of 5 available amphibians
♣ Alone? No worries! Compete with the world in daily speedruns
Frog Climbers is a physics based racing platforming game that was made to be played in local co-op. The game does not support a player vs AI mode and there is no online mode so you will need someone to play it with. The game also does not support the keyboard and mouse so you will also need to use two controllers in order to play the game. The game is played by using the control sticks to control each of your arms, you need to grab parts of the environment that allows you to pull yourself up, you might also have some time based objects moving by that you can grab to get a boost forward and you can grab onto your opponent in order to slow them down or to boost yourself up. It's a fun game but is going to be limited by the need for local co-op with controllers.
Frog Climbers is an exciting racing game designed with an emphasis on local competitive gameplay. You play as a frog and your only task is to be the first to climb the mountain. Even though playing alone in the speedrun challenges is quite entertaining, I strongly recommend playing with friends. It's one of the best games for 2-4 players competitive gameplay and it's perfect for having some exciting and funny time with your friends. For more than two players it's best to play with controllers, though. The levels that you can race through are in fact randomly generated mountains that you have to climb. There are over 260 mountain combinations to race on. The game does offer up a bit of variety in that way. Also, there are three different game modes dividing up the mountains. Having no online multiplayer does seem to shorten the playtime, though. One of the best things about the game is the way you control your character. The physics, which remind me in a way of Octodad, are simple and silly and make the game so funny. So, in conclusion, the game is small and offers nothing but a local competitive gameplay, but it's quite entertaining and easy to get into.
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