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This build is OUTDATED. This means you will have to improvise to make it work. Builds are outdated when Power Pills (or Free Pills) are included in the strategy. Free Pills have been removed from the game because players stacked the pills with Power Pills Turbo. NOTE: This build does not literally make you invincible, so don't get any ideas.

Recommended Loadout[]

Splash Dash: Ice Cubes, Golden Watch, Clock Necklace

Tornado Move: Turbo Tape, Can't Touch This, Right Back At Ya!/Bio Fuel Cells

Bolt .45 Fish-Gun: Mutant Worms: Limited Ninja Edition, anything else

Other: Space Air Max, Piggy Bank, Power Pills (free)

Purchase Order[]

  • Power Pills (free)
  • Piggy Bank
  • Splash Dash
  • Tornado Move
  • Can't Touch This
  • Clock Necklace
  • Turbo Tape (x2)
  • Space Air Max
  • Golden Watch (x2)
  • Right Back At Ya!/Bio Fuel Cells
  • Ice Cubes (x2)
  • Mutant Worms: Limited Ninja Edition
  • Other Bolt .45 Fish-Gun upgrades

Play Style and Tips[]

This build is mainly about dealing decent amounts of damage, and being able to get away easily if you are low on health. Froggy G with Turbo Tape on Tornado is, in fact, the fastest method of travel in all of Awesomenauts. Combined with Bio Fuel Cells, you can easily get half-way across the map (assuming the ground is flat enough).

ALWAYS start off with free Power Pills and Piggy Bank, so that you can, ultimately, last longer. Can't Touch This and Right Back At Ya! make Froggy G almost good a pusher as, say, Lonestar.

Depending on what you are aiming for, choosing between Right Back At Ya! and Bio Fuel Cells can end up differently. If you focus on attacking then you might even want to just scrap Turbo Tape as well and get both, to help push against turrets. If you focus on being able to escape, then Bio Fuel Cells is recommended. This part of the build is really just your choice, and there are numerous ways to go about it.