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Platform: Sony Playstation 2

Developer(s): JamsWorks

Publishers(s): Bandai Co., Ltd.

ReleaseDate: 2004-06-08

Players: 4

Co-op: No

Ribbit King

Ribbit King is a 2003 sports video game developed by Infinity and Jamsworks and published by Bandai for the Nintendo GameCube[1] and PlayStation 2.[2] The game is based on the fictional sport of Frolf, which is a golf-like game that is played with frogs. The frogs sit on catapults, which the player whacks with a hammer to send the frog flying into the air. It is the successor to Kero Kero King, released only in Japan in 2000 for the PlayStation.

ESRB Rating: E - Everyone

Genre(s): Sports

UID(s): SLUS-20837

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