On a budget it provides a reasonably-good puzzle platforming experience where you can freeze time to help complete increasingly-tough stages
When you get to a certain point with budget titles that have their own simple style and stick with it, reviews get tougher to write. A Frog’s Job is a reasonably good puzzle platformer whose main gimmick is giving you the ability to stop and restart time, essentially letting key elements like blocks move. Your challenge will be to both understand how and when to use this ability and then have the timing and dexterity to get to the end of each stage. What I like is the general lack of pressure to it all. You don’t have a clock you’re racing against, you don’t have a limit on how you use your powers, you’re just there to figure out how to complete the level and do it. I don’t know, that simplicity and more casual approach are something I found refreshing. It’s not going to turn heads or make any substantial mark, but for a budget price if you’re looking for a decent puzzle platformer it definitely fits the bill nicely.
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