Welcome to Leap Frog
The game runs from 01-Dec-2011 00:00:00 to 31-Jan-2012 23:59:59.
The fun has Concluded.Prize Winners:
Touchwood by nutwood from Tasmania. 50 moves.
Bao-Bao by Zhaomin from the UK moved 17,208.45km*
Liap-min by Zhaomin from the UK moved 17,041.87km*
Secret Frog -- Red 1 by pjmpjm from New South Wales moved 17,011.98km
Bao-Bao by Zhaomin from the UK moved a total of 34,406.11km*
GONNA GOZZA by covert from Victoria moved a total of 32,733.70km
* As Zhaomin won both the longest distance and total distance but you only get one prize overall, Zhaomin will be awarded a prize, as will both the runners up being pjmpjm and covert.
Jense Frog by Cruisinblues being the only LeapFrog that was still in play at the end of the game, but didn't get moved.
° for moving a single LeapFrog some 33,000km in only two moves.
SamCarter Random Frog Leaper
gorbak Random Frog Leaper
Team Flitch Random Frog Leaper
The Machman Random Frog Leaper
Snoopy1976 Random Frog Leaper
KatO'9eyes Random Frog Leaper
FourW Random Frog Leaper
R0gue Random Frog Leaper
mtbikeroz Random Frog Leaper
Gwiber Random Frog Leaper
Laighside Legends for Frog + Cement + some pipe fittings = 9.2kgs of cache! being the biggest LeapFrog in the game.
This game requires you to hide a moving cache on Geocaching Australia. Specifically your geocache must be a frog. No, not a real frog per se, but a frog nonetheless. Not a plastic box you call a frog (unless it's a frog lunch box), a genuine, real life (not live), frog.
The game software will keep an automatic track of your cache and will automatically calculate distances and stops as your cache moves around the world.
There are multiple prizes on offer:
- The cache that moves the furthest distance in the game period
- The cache that accumulates the most number of moves in the game period provided the owner hasn't already won a prize
- The cache that moves the furthest distance in the game period in a single move provided the owner hasn't already won a prize
- Other prizes as deemed suitable by the games oraganiser.
Prizes are likley to be a Leap Frog pathtag.
For some lucky winner (or random giveaway, I don't know yet) we also have one of these.
A Cache Hopper which has been kindly donated by Geo-What? Geo-Stuff!
There's nothing better than free stuff.
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Joining the game means that you are willing abide by the rules of the game as well as abiding by the guidelines of the Geocaching Australia listing site.
You will be required to provide your geocaching name along with an email address and password.
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Enjoy the game.