Frog Fractions 2

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Template:Infobox video game Frog Fractions 2 is a sequel to the free, browser-based game Frog Fractions, which was developed by the game studio Twinbeard, founded by Jim Crawford. In the style of the original, Frog Fractions 2 is intended to have hidden elements that will reveal themselves to careful players.[1] Crawford stated that Frog Fractions 2 would be released publicly without any announcement from himself or Twinbeard, and it will be the players' job to find it.[1] The lead-up to discovering the game is the subject of a multiple-year ARG, or Alternate Reality Game, and the subject of much media attention.[1][2][3][4] Eventually, the game will be available as a downloadable standalone program for Windows, OS X, and Linux.[1]

Funding and Development

The potential future existence of Frog Fractions 2 was announced as part of a Kickstarter campaign. The campaign was started in March 2014 and was funded and complete on April 11, 2014, exceeding its original goal of $60,000, for a total funded amount of $72,107 with 2,571 backers.

A video accompanying the Kickstarter page held a series of clues that led interested participants to find out more information about where Frog Fractions 2 would eventually appear on the internet. These clues have been discussed and analyzed in online forums, and there have been a few attempts to summarize early puzzle in the ARG. Although the ARG is a critical part of the eventual revelation of Frog Fractions 2's release, it is a large, collaborative effort to solve the puzzles written for it, and is functionally a different game than the downloadable version promised in the Kickstarter campaign.

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