Sonicx9 wrote:mbd36 wrote:I don't understand why Frogger lacks music unless it was released in an unfinished state. Quick cash grab.
Could be considering it was a late 1998 release around the time period SNES was about to retire and considering this game was produced very cheap and with minimal effort no surprise there.
The SNES version of Frogger reminds me a lot of those really cheap and cheesy flash games that you'd find online. Both in appearance and that there's no music in the background. Which is really strange when you take into account that the Genesis version, which was released the same year, was as close to the arcade version as one could possibly get.