Croaker - A Frogger clone makes an appearance on the Commodore Amiga!

In the early 80s, when video games were just starting their migration from the arcades to the living room, it was common for games programmers to take their inspiration from the more popular arcade games, and so we ended up with a million and one variations on Pac-Man, Space Invaders, and Frogger. And it's Frogger which is getting a mention today, as if you loved playing that classic game from 1981, then it might be worth checking out the latest game release of 'Croaker'; a new game by Brian Grier and Brad Grier for the Commodore Amiga.

With every level there's even more roads to cross!

The 1981 Arcade game of Frogger by Konami had loads of charm and great gameplay especially for the younger generation back in the day. To be honest it's probably one of the only classic games I remember where you felt for the safety of those little green frogs as they hopped their way across a busy road, then across a river of logs and Crocodiles to get to the other side! So yes if you remember that classic game and have a Commodore Amiga, then you are sure to like playing Croaker by Brian Grier and Brad Grier.

Links :1) Download 2) Readme - Thanks for the heads up Per Ola Eriksson


  1. Any chance to get this game in *adf or *hdf format?

    1. I created an ADF disk versionšŸ˜‰:

  2. There's already PD Frogger clone on Amiga and guess what? It's called Croak. ;D

  3. This game is 30 years old, it's in Assassins Disk 203 (1993?)

  4. New ADF file link:


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