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Information Page: Frog Feast
Game TitlePublisherProducerDateGenreRequirementsCD-i Emulator Compatibility
Frog FeastOlderGamesRasterSoft2007Platform-Silent support (title plays without some sound/music)

Game Cover
Catalogue Numbers:
N/A (Aftermarket Release)
Frog Feast Demos:
Developmental Demos
Final Demo (No Flies!)
Relevant Articles & Interviews:
Interview with Charles Doty
Game Facts: Following years of on/off development with the programmer Charles Doty teasing us through his RasterSoft Blog, Frog Feast was finally finished and released in time for the 2007 Classic Gaming Expo held in Las Vegas at the end of July. Frog Feast is based upon 'Frog Bog', a game created by Mattel for the Intellivision and later appeared on the Atari 2600, inspirationally called 'Frogs and Flies'! As a two-player game, Frog Feast ticks all the right boxes with simplistic accessable gameplay and maddeningly addictive. Everything a CD-i game should be!

From the Disc

Most CD-i Games have "Abstract", "Bibliographic" and "Copyright" details on the softwares disc itself, any interesting information in these files can be found below.

Abstract: This is Frog Feast for the CD-I. Developed by Raster Software. Distributed by Older Games.


    Frog Feast by Raster Software
    Application Disc Version 1.0
    Frog Feast for CD-i by Raster Software
    Distributed by Older Games. All Rights Reserved.

Copyright: The unauthorized duplication or use of the contents of this CD-ROM disc, in whole or part, by electronic, photographic or any other means, without the express written consent of Philips International B.V. is prohibited. Any person(s) found to be in violation will be prosecuted to the full extent of all applicable laws.

Copyright (c) 2007 Raster Software

CD-i Emulator Compatibility: This section covers crucial details concerning performance of this specific game under emulation through CD-i Emulator. It will state the CD-i Player Rom used during the test, what version of CD-i Emulator was used, which program the Disc Image was created from, specifications of the test PC and also provide screenshots of the emulator in action. Also included is an account of the test and most importantly if the game is playable through CD-i Emulator. Rather than an exhaustive list of tests with various ROMS and different PC rigs it's hoped that this section gives some insight into the progress of CD-i Emulator. For the most recent updates to CD-i Emulator and compatibility it's suggested you visit the CD-i Emulator Homepage.

    CD-i Player ROM: CD-i 350
    CD-i Emulator Version: 0.5.2
    CD-i Disc Image created using: Golden Hawk Technology CDRWIN 4.0A

    Operating System: Windows XP Professional
    Processor (CPU): 3.2GHZ Intel Pentium 4 HT
    Memory: 2GIG
    Graphics Card: 256MB ATI 9800XT
    Graphics Depth: 32BIT
    Sound Card: Sound Blaster Platinum Audigy 2 ZS

Details of Tests: The title screens roll past without any problems leading into the main menu where the music kicks in. After selecting to play a game everything works superbly except the audio which cuts out after a few seconds. This is a common problem with CD-i Emulator at the moment but thankfully the game is fully playable! It's also worth playing through the credits where you might see some familiar names besides the coding genius who is Charles Doty!

RasterSoft Screen OlderGames Screen Main Menu Screen Gameplay Screen End of Round Screen Credits Screen

Release Information & The Rumour Mill

WorldWide Release: As a homebrew release the game comes provided in a standard DVD case complete with covers and an informative copyright pamphlet.

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