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Man Escapes Death In Real Life "Frogger" Game

A man was hit by a massive Lexus 4x4 vehicle after he attempted to play a game of Frogger in real life on a four lane highway in Clemson, South Carolina, US.

The 23 year-old, who is now said to be in a stable condition, attempted to cross the lanes, full of speeding traffic, Frogger-style, after his friends yelled the word 'Go'; the Lexus driver who hit him won't be charged by the police.

Frogger, an arcade game, was developed by Konami in 1981 and he objective of the game is to help a bunch of frogs cross a busy highway lane full of traffic and a river filled with tree logs and other hazards.

The game had garnered immense popularity in the 80s so much so that the game was launched for Wii, PS3, and Xbox 360 gaming platforms and has already sold more than 20 million units worldwide.

You can play the game safely from your office desk here.