Frogatto & Friends

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Frogatto & Friends is an action-adventure game, starring a certain quixotic frog. Give it a try!
We're trying to push 2D platforming, pixel-art, and music into uncharted territory. We hope you like the results!
Also, Frogatto has a very flexible game engine you can use to make your own creations.

Cube Trains

May 8th, 2012 by DDR

Over the past half-year or so, I’ve made a game using the Frogatto engine called Cube Trains. It’s a 3D puzzle game based around building tracks in the confines of the city. You can visit the website over here: A picture is worth a thousand words, they say, and I’m not very talkative. Let’s make this post 2153 words long, shall we?

First screenshot of Cube Trains.
Second screenshot of Cube Trains.

Beta video:
Alpha video:

Just a side note, in the 0.2.0 release for windows and linux, you’ll need to remove any Frogatto save-files you have saved from their save folder. Cube Trains expects there to be none there when it starts up the first time, though you can rename the save-files and put them back when you’re done. (save.cfg -> save1.cfg, save1.cfg -> save2.cfg, and so on) This problem does not affect Mac users.

The code is available in the cube_trains module of Frogatto, in the more recent git versions.


2 responses to “Cube Trains”

  1. Andrew says:

    Wow. I had no idea that isometric graphics like that were possible in Frogatto.

  2. DDR says:

    Surprisingly, it took about four lines of code to set up the 3D effect. In many ways, Frogatto is a wonderful engine to work with.