Challenge Accepted: What you're wading into
Can we talk about Frog Fractions? I want to talk about Frog Fractions. If you haven't played Frog Fractions, that's easily rectified - it's free right here. Aside from absurd humor, the developer's stated goal for the game was to get back to a time before players knew everything about a game, to get back...
Did you see that subtle frog pun in the title, I'm such a kidder
My own horrid sense of humor aside, this is a column that is actually about Frog Fractions, unlike that previous one that was supposed to be about Frog Fractions but wound up running long. No fractions or frogs were discussed in that column, but I promise, this one is full of discussion about mathematical notation and amphibians. It's kind of a big concept, something that I don't think I can really cover in one or two or seven columns. Sometimes Challenge Accepted is mostly about setting groundwork, establishing a concept to talk about it in future installments. Like a textbook, only video games. Enjoy! Tomorrow's the end of our usual week, and then we'll be into our usual weekend lull. I hope you've enjoyed the week so far.