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Here’s How You Can Play The Frog Fractions 2 Game

Frog Fractions 2
Image source: Screen grab from Youtube/TinyPirate account

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Here’s How You Can Play The Frog Fractions 2 Game

Frog Fractions 2 is an edutainment browser game. The game involves controlling a frog to eat bugs and defend his fruits. Sooner in the game, the player may spend points on upgrades to improve their frog’s abilities. The game was announced by Kickstarfter in 2014.

Uncovering Frog Fractions 2

Now, the Frog Fractions 2 sequel is released after a group of players called Games Detective found the game inside a multi-segmented fairy-themed game called Glittermitten Grove assembled by Jim Crawford himself, the maker of Frog Fractions. The game was discovered after it went on sale on Steam last December 13, 2016. Glittermitten Grove is an entirely different game from the Frog Fractions game.

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Frog Fractions 2

Image source: Screen grab from Youtube/Vinesauce: The Full Sauce account

How to Play the Game

If you have already downloaded Glittermitten Grove after the two-year gripping game hunt and knowing about the treasure kept in this different game, you can fuel your excitement by retrieving the Frog Fractions sequel from Glittermitten Grove. There are various ways in accessing the game so that it can be played.

The easiest way to get to Frog Fractions 2 in Glittermitten Grove is by using fireworks or the “special fribblesham fireworks”. Take these fireworks and use them to dig through the ground. After digging, you will see a door. The door is the way to access the Frog Fractions sequel.

Another alternative way is going through a door located in the sky in Glittermitten Grove which again leads to the same game. The only way to access the door is by playing Glittermitten Grove.

Glittermitten Grove‘s gameplay covers players sowing the fields with special seeds, picking berries for their winter needs and collecting sparkles to light up the night.

It can be recalled that Crawford, in an interview with PC World, made the game as a part of the edutainment genre because he “wanted to add an additional fakeout to the beginning of the game, and educational games in particular were part of my youth and resonate with me.”

You can get this two-in-one game for $19.99.

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