By Nathan Grayson on March 11th, 2014 at 5:00 pm.
When Frog Fractions first dropped on unsuspecting doorsteps bundled as an innocuous edutainment game, we all thought we were safe. But we were wrong. So very, very wrong. It was too mad for feeble human minds to comprehend, and it brought about the fall of human civilization as we knew it. Or at least a number of amused, bemused, and c-mused Internet comments. Now creator Jim Crawford is kickstarting a sequel that you won’t even know about when it first launches. People will have to figure out which game is Frog Fractions 2 before they can even play it. But today I’m joined by Crawford and lead artist Rachel Sala, and they’re going to give me a *skloosive first glimpse* of the education-packed sequel.
We’re kicking off at 11 AM PT/6 PM GMT (there was a US time change; yeah, no, we all think it’s dumb too).
Update: We’re done! You can watch the whole thing below.
And the post-game chat (which is now officially a tradition after occurring two whole times) is right here. We ended up discussing everything from The Stanley Parable to harassment of game developers (female and otherwise) to clinical depression. It got surprisingly heavy given that this was allegedly an episode about, you know, Frog Fractions. Enjoy!