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Ribbit King
Ribbit King GameCube
Series Game Grumps VS
Console GCN
Episodes 5
3
4
Playlist Arin and Danny decide who's the Frolf Master when they play Ribbit King!
Run December 17, 2013 - December 21, 2013
January 24th, 2014 - January 26th, 2014
July 22nd, 2015 - July 25th, 2015
Status Complete

Ribbit King is a game played by Danny and Arin on Game Grumps VS.

The game was sent into the show by Brittany Campbell, Sam Talbot and Edward A. Goldthorpe.

EpisodesEdit

Ribbit KingEdit

  1. A Round of Frolf
  2. Frog Fire
  3. Frosty Frogs
  4. Bubble Trouble
  5. Finale

Ribbit King RematchEdit

  1. Frolf in Space
  2. Traveling Frog
  3. Finale

Ribbit King ReReMatchEdit

  1. Ribbiting
  2. Mad Hops
  3. Warm Fuzzies
  4. Finale

Game InformationEdit

Ribbit King (ケロケロキング Kero Kero Kingu) is a video game originally released for PlayStation, and later ported to PlayStation 2 (as Kero Kero Kingu Super Deluxe (ケロケロキング スーパーデラックス)) and GameCube (as Kero Kero Kingu DX (ケロケロキングDX)). The game is based on the fictional sport of Frolf, which is a golf-like game that is played with frogs. The frogs sit on catapults, which the player whacks with a mallet to send the frog flying into the air.

The objective is to earn the most points possible by landing the frog in the course's hole in the quickest time possible. Players can also earn points by sending their frogs through various spheres scattered through the level. In addition, they can score points by having their frogs eaten by giant worms, or by having their frogs swim, or by any number of other things.

Ribbit King comes packaged with a bonus disc called Ribbit King Plus, which is an assortment of short CGI films about Scooter and his friends. These films are unlocked during the main game.

The main character of Ribbit King is a construction worker named Scooter. Scooter is trying to become the Frolf Champion, and in doing so win the "Super Ribbinite," a fuel source his planet needs in order to survive. The game also includes such characters as a pile of rocks, a gumball machine, and a kung fu panda named Pan-Pan.

Trivia Edit

  • The Grumps frequently refer to this game as Frolf, an abbreviation of Frog Golf.
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