Konami’s Frogger game series is clearly getting turned into a game show, set to be streamed on NBC’s Peacock. The show’s contestants will evidently need to experience “physically demanding” deterrent courses and will be approached to “dodge treacherous traffic, leap over snapping gators and hop over hungry hippos to conquer the course.” One would trust those are mimicked utilizing foam and rubber. Something else, there could be some risk issues.
The show promises longer episodes than typically anticipated from a game show: as indicated by a special email, they’ll be an hour long (as of now, 13 have been requested). To be reasonable, They have certainly played longer than an hour of Frogger before without considering the big picture, and however fun as the game may be, it’ll most likely be significantly more enjoyable to watch people attempt (and all the more critically, neglect) to conquer a portion of similar difficulties gamers have needed to throughout the long term. Extra focuses in the event that they need to really take on the appearance of frogs, yet maybe that would make it excessively challenging.
While the show will feature American contestants, it’s being filmed in Australia, as indicated by the sign-up structure. The show additionally vows to pay the champ (who might be named the Frogger?) a “huge cash prize,” yet it doesn’t indicate the amount that will really be. Ideally to manage the cost of a lakefront lilypad.
Streaming seems like the ideal mode for an physical challenge-based game show this way, particularly if it’s accessible on the free tier. While it’s difficult to envision numerous individuals cutting out a time allotment in their timetables to watch it like they’d need to with traditional TV, it’s the sort of thing individuals may take a gander at on an end of the week and say, “Oh, yeah, I’d love to watch some people fall on their faces.”