August 1, 1981
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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.
Also Appears On: Frogger (Game), Frogger (Game), Frogger (Franchise), Super Nintendo Entertainment System (Platform), Sega Mega Drive/Genesis (Platform)
Attachment The Twin Galaxies Intergalactic Scoreboard announced a prize on September 24, 2005 for $1,000 to the first player to beat George Costanza's fictional Frogger high-score of 860,630 points, from the Seinfeld episode The Frogger, in which George buys a Frogger arcade-cabinet that holds his high-score on it and ends the episode trying to cross a traffic-busy street with the battery-powered cabinet, ala Frogger style.
The contest ended in December 31, 2005 with no winners, and it wasn't until December 22, 2009 when a person named Pat Laffaye from Connecticut, USA beat the fictional-score at 896,980 points. Pat's highscore was then beaten on July 15, 2012 by a person named Michael Smith, with a new highscore of 970,440 points.
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