Players complained that Travel Frog, developed by Song Yang, was not what they were expecting. It was later removed from Apple’s app store. Photo: News.sina.com.cn

A Chinese imitation of a hit Japanese frog game has emerged. Then vanished after complaints

Players say they bought the game believing it was a genuine Chinese version of popular Tabi Kaeru, from Japan

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Players complained that Travel Frog, developed by Song Yang, was not what they were expecting. It was later removed from Apple’s app store. Photo: News.sina.com.cn
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Liu Zhen

Liu Zhen

Liu Zhen joined the Post in 2015 as a reporter on the China desk. She previously worked with Reuters in Beijing.