In fall 1992, I was sitting at my desk in a college classroom, noticing the deep silence that was broken by the not-so-inspirational teacher’s voice... I was about to fall asleep when I started pretending to take notes... In fact, I was drawing small circles one after the other when I realized I had just made a labyrinth. One more sketch in the idea box!
In April 2002, I took the sketch out of the box. Paper, cardboard, pencils... I put everything on the kitchen table and created a game after a full day of work. The result was quite interesting: there were small frogs in a pond of numbers, ready to assist young students with their math courses.
In January 2009, the game was finally given a name: Frogeez. Under my direction, a professional team started to give life to the pond and its residents, the Frogeez, whose personalities were inspired by children six to eight years of age.
The objective of the game is quite easy: to help the Frogeez cross the mysterious pond plenty of obstacles and distractions... But each Frogeez is unique! One can be both charming and romantic, but also reckless or clumsy. Others are funny, happy, daring and even athletic!
But that is not all. To make the game a little spicier, why not adding silly snakes whose only objective is to block the way, or dragonflies – the Frogeez` best friends – to give them just enough energy to continue the race...
So, ready for the adventure?