The platform is complete – we have a frog blowing simulator! Honestly it’s pretty funny even if it’s a simple concept but just check out the trailer for the iPhone version to see what you’re getting into and why you’re going to download this:
I’ve given it a few blows and I can see myself breaking this out (uhm when drinking). Let’s get to their description:
The first ever hyper realistic frog-blowing simulator!
The precursor of touch’n’blow games!
#1 Blowing app for iPhone is now available for Windows Phone!
Blowing up frogs, the mythical activity that everybody’s heard of but so few have actually tried. Who among us didn’t once have a friend who DID IT? Who did not, at one point or another, imagine what it would be like? Well, now anybody can do it. "Blow Up the Frog" lets you fulfill your childhood fantasy, taste the forbidden fruit, experience the taboo – and in a way that is not less spectacular than in real life, yet much more hygienic and safe (for the blower and the frog alike).
"Blow Up the Frog" gives hope for an actual reduction in the number of real-life frogs being ruthlessly inflated.
What you get?
– world’s first frog blowing simulation
– stunning hand drawn graphics inspired by french impressionists
– shocking animations
– relaxing natural sounds including frog farts
– beautiful original music by the mighty Mitch & Mitch
– one frog and one straw
How to play?
1. Tap on the frog and hold to keep it still.
2. Blow into the microphone to pump up the frog.
3. Release the frog once it achieves the desirable size.
How to get the best score?
A jury evaluates the frog’s underwater performance and your pumping style. The more bubbles are produced the more points you get.
Also, the number of blows is important – the fewer blows it takes the more points you get. To get 3×10 points, you will need to pump up the frog to the maximum extent with just one blow. Good luck!
Extended blowing may help you relax – do this instead of smoking a cigarette.
It has 200,000 downloads on the iPhone where it’s $.99. It’s free on Windows Phones (with ads) but you know you want to give it a go. There’s something about it that just makes sense as you’re blowing air up a frog’s ass with a straw…
Check it out here