I have found people talking about this on another media identification thread, but no one was able to identify it. This was when I was young, around 2004, although judging by the 8-bit graphics and how outdated some computer equipment was back then, it easily could’ve been from the ‘90s or ‘80s. It was a platformer where the player was a snowman. There were around 6 levels. The goal was to collect different articles of clothing. There were two main types of enemies: some type of brown thing that walked from side to side, and a frog that jumped up and down. I believe stationary fire that would kill you was also present in the early levels. There was also a yellow, evil snowman antagonist that would chase you at certain points in the game. The last level was some sort of beach or sunny day level with a lot of groups of the brown enemies.
I also remember the computer we played it on having another program about identifying
I would love if you could find this game that was instrumental to my childhood.
Post by expendableindigo on Sept 13, 2017 23:20:00 GMT
Update: Two people on Tipofmytongue & The Escapist Forums believe this to be called "Frosty's Vacation," however, I still can't find solid proof that it exists or where it's available. Looks as if this could possibly be lost media instead of an unidentified media.