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Yuck. In 1988, Froggo decided to get into the videogame publishing arena, deciding to go with the 2600 and 7800. For the 2600 they didn't actually create their own games however - they either re-released existing games or slightly modified them and gave them a new title. All are quite bad. Their two 7800 titles, Tank Command and Water Ski, are at least original efforts and are of better quality than Froggo's 2600 games. While they produced a significant number of cartridges, they didn't sell very many. It is not too difficult to find unopened 2600 Froggo cartridges today, but the two 7800 Froggo games are a bit harder to come by.

System View:

SystemTitle LabelModel #YearRarity TV CartManBoxROMShot
Cruise MissileStandardFG1007
Sea HawkStandardFG1008
Sea HuntStandardFG1009
Task ForceStandardFG1003