And now Konami has a Frogger TV recreation present within the works • Eurogamer.web

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The online game TV adaptation information does not look like slowing, and now Konami’s revealed it is having a go by turning its arcade basic Frogger into an impediment course recreation present.

As detailed by Deadline, the newly introduced present will air on NBCUniversal’s Peacock platform (13 episodes have been ordered from Eureka Productions), and is ready to characteristic a complete of 12 Frogger-themed impediment programs – or crossings, if you’ll.

These crossings will embrace a wide range of challenges impressed by the 1981 online game basic, tasking contributors with making an attempt to dodge site visitors, navigate snapping gators and hungry hippos (presumably not the true factor), and attain the opposite facet to win a “enormous” money prize.

Eurogamer information forged: Nintendo Direct particular.

The present will probably be filmed in Australia and events can apply to be a contestant proper now – with the caveat being that functions are solely open to these with a US passport.

Peacock is, after all, additionally a US-only enterprise, and there isn’t any phrase but on whether or not the Frogger recreation present will probably be splashing down anyplace else on the earth. Till we discovered extra, you might at all times amuse your self by studying in regards to the different considerably leftfield online game TV adaptation to be introduced this week.

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