Froggie - Atari 7800



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While the Atari 7800 had many arcade ports, one notable omission from Atari’s lineup was Frogger. AtariAge user Schmutzpuppe sought to remedy that problem, and released his first playable demo of Frogger for the 7800 back in 2005! Since then, the game has evolved into a full-fledged Frogger port! Your goal in Froggie is to get your frog across all the lanes of traffic, and then safely to the opposite side of a dangerous river! You need to guide your frog to an unoccupied berth at the top of the screen. Once you’ve done this five times, you’ll start on a new level, where greater challenges await!


Along the way, you’ll encounter various elements:

  • Cars and Trucks: Cross the road through heavy traffic to reach the sidewalk without getting hit!
  • Sidewalk: The sidewalk is safe as long as you don’t get caught by a snake!Turtles and Logs: Your frog must jump on turtles or logs to cross the river. Don’t fall off or you will die!
  • Snakes: Snakes will appear on the sidewalk and logs. You can hop on a snake’s back, but not his mouth!
  • Alligators: Alligators swim along the logs from time to time. You can jump on an alligator’s back, but you will die if you jump on his open mouth!
  • Lady Frog: Occasionally you’ll see a lady frog hopping along a log. If you hop your frog onto the log to rescue her and take her home, you’ll score bonus points.
  • Fly: If you hop your frog into a home bay while a fly is showing, your frog gets a free meal and you’ll receive bonus points!
  • Home Bay: If you jump into an empty home bay, your frog is safe and sound. But don’t jump into an occupied bay or else you will lose your frog!


  • Standard and Novice Difficulty Levels
  • Built-in XM Support for POKEY Audio
  • Music can be toggled On/Off
  • Adjust screen vertically
  • Supports High Score Cartridge
  • NTSC and PAL support
  • Pause Support


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Additional Information

Froggie includes game cartridge, and full-color, 8-page manual.

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If you'd like a boxed copy of Froggie, please select "Box Upgrade: Yes" at the top of the page before adding Froggie to your cart. Our boxes are professionally printed and include a box insert to hold your Froggie cartridge in place. We want you to play our games, so we have not sealed or shrinkwrapped the boxes in any way, allowing you easy access to the game cartridge and manual.

These boxes are the same size as boxes Atari produced for their games "back in the day". They look great sitting on a shelf with your other boxed homebrew games, or alongside games from the classic Atari 2600 library. We only have a limited number of boxes for each game, and there is no guarantee they will become available again once our supplies are exhausted. Click on the images to the right to see larger photos of the box.

Number of Players 1
Controller Joystick
Cartridge Size 32K
Code and Design Matthias Luedtke
Label Art Melvin Luedtke
Manual Design G. Tony Morse

Rick Dangerous on 12/09/2020 11:16am
This is a really really good homebrew of Frogger. I used to play the 2600 frogger, and the Official Frogger by Sega. This is better than both. Your Atari Frogger needs are taken care of once you buy this. I have the Non-Pokey version and it sounds just fine to me. I'll be having fun and beating my own high score for years on this one! Thanks to all involved.
Ivan on 12/07/2019 12:23pm
Froggie for the 7800 is a great port of Frogger. In my opinion it looks and plays very close to the arcade version this port should have been made years ago. If Atari had made more games like this for the 7800 years ago I believe they would've kicked some NES butt because again in my opinion the 7800 graphics and game play are just as good as the NES and should've been a top competitor back in the day. Anyway if you are Frogger fan then this game is a must have for your 7800 collection.
save2600 on 01/28/2019 09:05pm
This faithful conversion had me "retire" my copy of The Official Frogger for the Starpath Supercharger - it's *that* good. And while it's nice that there's a Pokey version of Froggie available, the sounds and music out of the TIA are close enough to the arcade for me. Animations and graphics are top notch as well, and you can tell a lot of care went into every aspect of the game. If you're a fan of Frogger, you're going to love this game!

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