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Frog Fractions: The most interesting game I played today


10:00 PM on 11.09.2012
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Jonathan Ross sent me the link to Frog Fractions this morning. I didn't give it enough time at first, believing it to be some weird browser-based educational game. Then I saw it brought up on Twitter and quickly realized there was much more going on here.

To say as little as possible while still piquing your interest, I'll quickly note that I'm in the text adventure section right now. Jeez, I suck at interactive fiction. You might have heard a thing or two when word spread among gaming blogs in the last few weeks, but we'd rather be late than never show up at all. Hopefully Frog Fractions is new to most of you.

It's the game that keeps on giving. You owe it to yourself to play.






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