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Have a game die and I am trying to figure out which game it belongs to. Has the numbers 1, 2,3, 2 and " All HOP Over" and "Turn Log"


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Looks like it's Frogger, a board game based on the video game. A picture of the die from there:

frogger die

And the game:

frogger game enter image description here

(I found this by searching on Google for ["all hop over" "turn log"] - the single result is of all things a patent for the game.)

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I was about to post a link to the patent; which I'd also found. But how did you get from the patent info to that game? I hadn't found anything further. – GendoIkari Jul 30 '14 at 16:37
@Gendolkari, Recognizing the (video) game represented by the illustration in the patent and/or reading the second-to-last paragraph of the patent would do it. – ikegami Jul 30 '14 at 16:50
@GendoIkari Yup, I skimmed through, thought "this sounds kinda like Frogger", saw the mention at the bottom, then went back and confirmed it on BoardGameGeek. (Fortunately there were pictures there.) – Jefromi Jul 30 '14 at 17:12

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