Retrograde #48: Superfrog

1 hour 9 mins - Published Wed, Apr 2, 2014 by Anthony Hobday, Jack Marshall, James MacFadyen and Lysanne Fisher

Welcome to episode forty-eight of Retrograde, where the Retrograde team go wading in the pond that is Superfrog.

This week, Jack MarshallLysanne FisherJames MacFadyen, and Anthony Hobday unleash their spawn into the pond of retro gaming with Superfrog (yeah, that worked). A big thanks to Andy over at Cartridge Freaks for providing us with the guest VO this week. Make sure to check out their podcast!

This episode was sponsored by Tweaked Audio so make sure to head over and check them out. We talked about the game Werewolf that we played at Anthony’s house, we honoured our new furthest away listener co_small, gave a shout out to ganontek for leaving us a lovely review, we discussed our favorite fansite of Superfrog (thanks Pooka!), and finally we coyly mentioned that you can become a patreon of the Retrograde show right here.

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Retrograde

Retrograde is a fortnightly retro gaming show launched on the CSICON network in May 2012. Each episode focuses on one game from yesteryear chosen by one of our Retrograde team, who put the game under scrutiny as well as talk about the history and legacy of the game and its overall impact on the gaming world. Join your hosts as they suit up and brave the world of sprites and chip tunes.

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