subdirectory_arrow_right Frogger (Game), Frogger (Game), Frogger (Game), Super Nintendo Entertainment System (Platform), Sega Mega Drive/Genesis (Platform)
In the US, the Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo Entertainment System's final official releases in the 1990's were the same game: a port of the original arcade Frogger made to coincide with the PlayStation and PC reboot.
Frogger inspired the name of a transposon family in the fruit fly. Transposons are said to "jump" between and within genomes, which is likely why one of these genes was named after the game.
An unfinished game called Frogger 2 was originally going to come out for the Nintendo 64 that was never released to the public. A prototype build was later released by Team CARROT on October 23, 2005. It includes two levels, a port of the original arcade version, and a set of development tools. The port is also completely devoid of sound.