Your screen is to small to play this fun online game.
You've started a new dream job - Frog Delivery Person for Froglivery Inc. Your objective in this free online game is to deliver packages throughout the city in the best possible time and try not to get squashed by traffic or to fall off a building. To optimise delivery times, your highway is roof and vehicle tops - city streets are just too crowded for a funky frog like you (not to mention people like to eat your legs). The direction you must go to deliver your package is shown on the game screen. Follow the arrow as best you can and get all your parcels to their destinations within the limited time you have. Good luck Mr Frog, the fate of Froglivery Inc. rests squarely in your hands and feet. Have Fun!
Do you have few minutes on hand, and want to something fun. Do you like fun games for kids, and do you also enjoy to play a free online game? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would like to play the free Froglivery game online right now.
Use the arrow keys to move. Spacebar to jump.
Delivery by animals has been used in many countries throughout history. It used to be the only way to quickly transport large bundles of letters over long distances, until motorised vehicles became more widespread. In Australia camels were often used for this purpose. Dogs were used to deliver mail when pulling a dogsled. Dogsled mail saw limited use in the northern parts of Alaska and Canada during the Klondike gold rush. Horses were a primary method of delivering mail and packages for many years in different countries around the world. The use of homing pigeons to carry messages is as old as the ancient Persians from whom the art of training the birds probably came. The Greeks conveyed the names of Olympic victors to their various cities by this means. Before the telegraph this method of communication had a considerable vogue amongst stockbrokers and financiers. From around 1899 reindeer were used to deliver mail in Alaska for the U.S. postal service. It is also said that elephants and even trained monkeys have been used in India and Africa, but unfortunately we couldn't find any documentation of this.