Forums  /  Safari Kongo  /  Alternate Game
  Jaypin88Jaypin88

Hello, to anyone that is interested to pick this game up, heads up that there is a similar game (or what was known as a hack) called Frog Frenzy 2.

Now, everything between the 2 games are completely the same, the only main difference is a character swap. So if you don't happen to have SF & would like to run FF2 instead, it is completely fine.

 
  MasterLeoBlueMasterLeoBlue

Are you sure that all the physics are the same? For example how fast you walk and if the model swap causes different things to be possible?

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  Jaypin88Jaypin88

I believe the physics should be the same, but since I don't currently own Safari Kongo, I wouldn't be able to try it out, unless somebody does happen to have the game themselves.

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  AndetAndet

I will have Safari Kongo soon (hopefully tomorrow), so I will be able to find out. 🙂

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  AndetAndet

Ok I got the game and there's already a big difference: Safari Kongo won't run lol. With Frog Frenzy 2, I installed it on my Windows XP Virtual Machine and then copied the files over to Windows 10 (it won't install on Windows 10). Safari Kongo was able to install on Windows 10, but when I try to run the game, it says I need to insert the CD, even though I have inserted it. It won't run on my Windows XP either (some DirectX-related error). Any ideas?

(I tried Admin Mode and Compatibility Mode.)

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  Jaypin88Jaypin88

The way I was able to play Frog Frenzy 2 can possibly work with Safari Kongo. Since I don't use a virtual machine, an alternate way for it to work can be going to properties, then go to compatability tab, then compatability mode option to change it to Windows 95 or 98. Seems to work every time I did it.

Weird though, I can always try & buy Safari Kongo, give it some tests as well.

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  AndetAndet

Still no luck 🙁. I originally tried compatibility mode for XP, it seems WIndows 95 or 98 don't work either. I'll keep trying things. Maybe I have a better chance of getting it to work on my VM.

Off-topic, though: did you use compatibility mode to install Frog Frenzy 2 or just to play it?

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  Jaypin88Jaypin88

The way I played Frog Frenzy 2 was through a collection called "Cosmi Games Pack." Originally, I discovered through a Youtube video, didn't really need to install anything. Only thing I really did was change the compatabilities to 95 or 98 and that was all.

I might consider linking the video or the pack I found as a resource.

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