Japanese playstation KERO KERO KING (SLPM-86621)
The 'Kero Kero' of the title comes from the onomatopoeia for the sound a frog makes. But no wonder the frog is squawking as it gets hammered around the course in a game of croquet with frogs instead of balls. Various conditions to consider too like in golf such as the wind direction or the fact that the ball is a frog and will jump off spiders webs or launch at passing flies. Allows players to enjoy their own characters in versus mode too.
Kero Kero King was the Japan-only PlayStation original of a game that you could buy in the UK, in sequel form, as Ribbit King on the GameCube/PS2. The concept? You have to get frogs into holes; it’s amphibian golf with a simple three-tap system and a selection of hammers that you can use to strike a pump that fires a cannon that propels your frog through the air. Brilliant.
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