With 2016 nearing an end the veil has been pulled back and the two-year long mystery is over. Frog Fractions 2 is out in the wild, and I’m going to tell you where to look. For the uninitiated, Frog Fractions 2 is the long-awaited sequel to Jim Crawford’s acid trip of a browser game disguised as a children’s edutainment game about fractions, that was released back in 2012. Crawford launched a Kickstarter for the sequel in 2014 and ever since then people have been on the lookout for Frog Fractions 2, where could it be hiding, whenever a strange game was released we couldn’t help but think “is this is, have I found Frog Fractions 2”.
Let’s cut to the chase, you just want to know where the game is and it’s simple in a sense. Frog Fractions 2 is hidden in a city builder game about Fairies called Glittermitten Grove, which you can grab on steam for twenty bucks. Once you’re in, the path to Frog Fractions 2 is pretty straight forward. You either build a village with trees tall enough to reach a portal in the sky or shoot enough fireworks down into the ground to find a portal buried deep below the earth.
Be aware this will require you to play some Glittermitten Grove, a surprisingly deep resource management game.
Also a fun fact, Frog Fractions 2 allows you to import Mass Effect 2 save data, welcome back Shepard.