It is a beautiful summer day. Incredible big green wet leaves hang over the smooth mirror of a small lake. Not a sound is heard. A rainbow-bright butterfly flutters near the surface of the water: Hmmmm! No more «rainbow-bright» butterfly. A moment later, a dragonfly with miraculous wings swiftly flies over to the lake: Hmmmm! Good-bye, dragonfly with miraculous wings. Oh, now I see a fly: Hmmm! I see no fly. Hmmm: Whats going on with me? Sorry. Im just playing Gold Frog arcade game, instead of reviewing new programs. Its great. As you can understand by the name of the game, the one who said «Hmmm!» was a little gold frog. «Hello! I am Gold Frog.» Greets you at the games site. In this game, the goal is to save the life of this pretty creature by feeding it different insects. Yes, an article in Red Book is a good way to do yourself proud, but do you really want it? No? Then you must constantly feed your Gold Frog. The game has adjustable dynamics and control system so you can easily turn your frog up and down, and jump and catch insects with its tongue. The frogs profit is food and life. Your profit is non-violent game play, pretty graphics, and natural sounds. The insects? profit is «Oh, it is a cruel world».
Finally, Greenpeace will love you. Of course, until your frog catches a dragonfly from Red Book, be wary.
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Crazy Frog ringtone hops over from U.K. Pop music's latest British invasion started out as a novelty tune aimed primarily at children. But it has been giving grown-ups across the Atlantic headaches all summer and now seems poised to do the same here.