Kero Kero King

Kero Kero King is a Japanese-exclusive platformer for the PlayStation 1 with a unique sporting twist. Released in 2000, the game features a frog protagonist who must navigate through various levels, enemies, and obstacles, in a game called frolf (frog + golf).

According to PSX Data Center, the word ‘Kero Kero’ comes from the Japanese onomatopoeic sound that a frog makes (which explains why Kero Kero King‘s 2003 sequel is called Ribbit King in the West, released for the Nintendo GameCube and PlayStation 2).

Stream some of the gameplay below.

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