DS #0109: Frogger Helmet Chaos (U)

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  1. shaunj66
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    ROM NumberÂ

    0109


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    Full NameÂ

    Frogger Helmet Chaos




    RegionÂ

    USA




    LanguagesÂ

    English




    Release GroupÂ

    Legacy




    ROM SizeÂ

    512Mbit




    Save TypeÂ

    Unknown




    GenreÂ

    Puzzler/Platform




    FilenameÂ

    lgc-fchu.zip




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  2. berlinka

    berlinka You have sustained a lethal injury.

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    You are the man Shaun (okay, Djgarf is pretty cool too)
     
  3. teh_raf3

    teh_raf3 Whatever suits you

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    that frog has been sniffin coke, I mean would a frog be happy, because he's in a crap game, displaying himself on 1000 covers (of which only 10 games will be sold worldwide...) I don't think so...
     
  4. berlinka

    berlinka You have sustained a lethal injury.

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    Hip hip for Frogger
     
  5. .TakaM

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    this game doesnt look that bad from what Ive seen, can anyone tell me if its any good to play?
     
  6. memyselfandi

    memyselfandi GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    konami has been getting 512mb games that i can't play on my supercard
     
  7. CynicalShitMan

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    Don't worry pal, it should only be a few more days for the firmware update.



    In the meantime, I'm gonna see if this one can be ripped and I'll be back with instructions.


    EDIT: Nah dude, the sound file's huge. We need an .sdat extractor/rebuilder.