>> Monday, August 13, 2007
Omegalfa from Le Monde du CD-i -the name change has again been delayed- has reviewed his copy of Frog Feast. It's great to see this place loves CD-i as no-one else, and it shows! Omegalfa: "it looks like a DVD box with a big "CD-i" logo on the left side, just perfect and the cover design gives a youth touch for our old machine! The CD is numbered and the one I have is number 24/50. The welcome page [has] 3 options on a wild background with a giant logo which says "Frog Feast": 1 player, 2 players, Exit." Interactive Dreams takes on a summary.
The full review is available here. Omegalfa continues: "You can walk from a side of the feast to the other using the water, you can place your frog anywhere on the sheet for a calculated jump, you can catch 2 or more flies in the same jump (If you're as good as I am ;).
Each game is 1:30min long. You have a remaining timer in the middle bottom screen. Each fly give you 1 point. To catch a fly you use button 1, as I can see button 2 is not used in the game. On the background you can see the day going to night as long as the time is remaining. This is a great effect! Pause is not available, this is maybe the big bad point of [the whole] game."
This is just a small part of the review, so if you have a log-in for Le Monde du CD-i, go visit! Last but not least, have a look at the credits screen which is worth a note not just because this is the only version of Frog Feast having one, but also because we are in it! Thanks to Charles for this great game, my own copy will follow very soon I hope!
A last quote by djkoelkast, who also just got his Frog Feast copy: "I love the soundtrack, too bad there is no in-game music but the animations look smooth, playing is good, nice detail that the sky gets darker every time"
Charles even released the Frog Feast intro tune, click below to hear:
You can buy your own copy of Frog Feast CD-i right here!
This review is written by Omegalfa, thumbs up for his great article!