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Submitted by AssassinTRIP 787d ago | review

Frog Fractions | Geekenstein Review

"Wait,” you say, “what did you say at the end there?” Easy enough, just look at the top of the game’s screen and you see your score (in fractions, appropriately enough), Fruits and Zorkmids. What are the Zorkmids for? Play the game. Why is the score in fractions? Because it can be, I say. You’ll have more questions than answers going into this…thing… than you realize." - Frank Falcone of Geekenstein.com (Frog Fractions, PC) 5/5

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