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Frog Fractions Jim Crawford: Front Towards Gamer Radio, Episode 148

Front Towards Gamer Radio is part of the Claymore Network.

The crazy creator of the “edu-tainment” game Frog Fractions, Mr. Jim Crawford, takes off the straightjacket and sits down to talk with us about the bizarre journey Twinbeard Studios and his friends and family went through to put out Frog Fractions. Be advised, for those of you not aware of what Frog Fractions is: 1) the game was nominated by the boys over at Giant Bomb as a contender for PC Game-of-the-Year and 2) this podcast will spoil the game for you if you haven’t reveled in all its bizarre glory. The game is free-to-play browser based title that will take you 20 minutes to bang out, so get over there, play it, then take a listen as we dissect the thought process behind this strange, strange little game. (Culture, Front Towards Gamer)

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