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|title=<center>Dizzypad</center>
 
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'''''Dizzypad''''' was a game created by Nimblebit LLC, a mobile games developer famous for games such as ''Tiny Tower'' and ''Pocket Frogs''. ''Dizzypad'' was ''Pocket Frogs''' predecessor, a simple infinitely looping game where a frog would sit on a spinning lilypad, and try to jump to the next without falling in the water. While ''Pocket Frogs'' can still be found and played today, ''Dizzypad'' has been lost for at least 4-5 years. Around 2014, ''Dizzypad'' was renamed ''Pocket Frogs: Splash!'' to tie into the ''Pocket Frogs'' game, but eventually was removed altogether. ''Dizzypad'', at the moment, has not been re-released by Nimblebit or any developer at all.
 
'''''Dizzypad''''' was a game created by Nimblebit LLC, a mobile games developer famous for games such as ''Tiny Tower'' and ''Pocket Frogs''. ''Dizzypad'' was ''Pocket Frogs''' predecessor, a simple infinitely looping game where a frog would sit on a spinning lilypad, and try to jump to the next without falling in the water. While ''Pocket Frogs'' can still be found and played today, ''Dizzypad'' has been lost for at least 4-5 years. Around 2014, ''Dizzypad'' was renamed ''Pocket Frogs: Splash!'' to tie into the ''Pocket Frogs'' game, but eventually was removed altogether. ''Dizzypad'', at the moment, has not been re-released by Nimblebit or any developer at all.
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On November 3, 2019, LMW user Mrnuiq found an IPA file of the game in an unknown 2010 forum and uploaded it to Google Drive,<ref>[https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Zr0VuXGtGu9gH6StWnaEoJqqvFCqxjcJ IPA file of the game.] Retrieved 03 Nov. ‘19</ref> which was then mirrored on Mediafire.<ref>[http://www.mediafire.com/file/alrifoiixbb2io4/801687_Dizzypad_%2528v1.1%2529.rar/file Mirror of the game on Mediafire.] Retrieved 03 Nov. ‘19</ref>
  
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
 
[[File:Dizzypad.jpg|thumb|center|300px|Screenshot from the game.]]
 
[[File:Dizzypad.jpg|thumb|center|300px|Screenshot from the game.]]
  
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==References==
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==External Links==
 
==External Links==
 
*[http://www.appsafari.com/games/14632/dizzypad/ App Safari page on ''Dizzypad''.] Retrieved 27 May '19
 
*[http://www.appsafari.com/games/14632/dizzypad/ App Safari page on ''Dizzypad''.] Retrieved 27 May '19
 
*[https://pocketfrogs.fandom.com/wiki/Pocket_Frogs_Splash A Pocket Frogs Wikia page on ''Dizzypad'' (referred to as ''Pocket Frogs Splash!'').] Retrieved 27 May '19
 
*[https://pocketfrogs.fandom.com/wiki/Pocket_Frogs_Splash A Pocket Frogs Wikia page on ''Dizzypad'' (referred to as ''Pocket Frogs Splash!'').] Retrieved 27 May '19
  
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Mzi.zpaeaefk.png

The game's app screenshot.

Status: Found

Date found: 03 Nov. ‘19

Found by: Mrnuiq

Dizzypad was a game created by Nimblebit LLC, a mobile games developer famous for games such as Tiny Tower and Pocket Frogs. Dizzypad was Pocket Frogs' predecessor, a simple infinitely looping game where a frog would sit on a spinning lilypad, and try to jump to the next without falling in the water. While Pocket Frogs can still be found and played today, Dizzypad has been lost for at least 4-5 years. Around 2014, Dizzypad was renamed Pocket Frogs: Splash! to tie into the Pocket Frogs game, but eventually was removed altogether. Dizzypad, at the moment, has not been re-released by Nimblebit or any developer at all.

On November 3, 2019, LMW user Mrnuiq found an IPA file of the game in an unknown 2010 forum and uploaded it to Google Drive,[1] which was then mirrored on Mediafire.[2]

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Screenshot from the game.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. IPA file of the game. Retrieved 03 Nov. ‘19
  2. Mirror of the game on Mediafire. Retrieved 03 Nov. ‘19

External Links[edit | edit source]