The computer game TELEVISION adjustment news does not seem slowing, and now Konami’s exposed it’s taking a crack at by turning its game classic Frogger into a barrier course video game program.
As detailed by Deadline, the recently revealed program will air on NBCUniversal’s Peacock platform (13 episodes have actually been purchased from Eureka Productions), and is set to include an overall of 12 Frogger-themed challenge courses – or crossings, if you will.
These crossings will consist of a range of difficulties influenced by the 1981 computer game classic, entrusting individuals with trying to evade traffic, browse snapping gators and starving hippos (most likely not the genuine thing), and reach the opposite to win a “substantial” prize money.
The reveal will be recorded in Australia and interested celebrations can apply to be a contestant right now – with the caution being that applications are just open up to those with a US passport.
Peacock is, obviously, likewise a US-only endeavor, and there’s no word yet on whether the Frogger video game program will be crashing anywhere else worldwide. Until we discovered more, you might constantly entertain yourself by checking out the other rather leftfield computer game TELEVISION adjustment to be revealed today.