King of the Frogs is a multiplayer game where phone-controlled frogs battle it out to eat the most flies. First frog to the top is crowned King of the Frogs!
This game was developed with Processing, a Java-based programming language. The phone interactivity is made possible through Asterisk, an open-source framework that lets you build communications applications for interactive telephony experiences, and a free phone number from IPKall.
Created by Jorge A. Brake and Vanessa T. Joho, for Chris Kairalla's "Redial: Interactive Telephony" class and Daniel Shiffman's "Nature of Code" class at NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program. For more information, please visit: kingofthefrogs.tumblr.com