Grasshopper’s Frog Minutes due soon, more Japan fundraising

By Brenna Hillier, Monday, 28 March 2011 06:56 GMT

Goichi Suda’s studio, Grasshopper Manufacture, has announced a new iPhone game, with all proceeds to Japan relief funds – among other fundraising efforts.

Andriasang reports the new game will be called Frog Minutes. The logo and title represent the sum total of our knowledge at this point.

Frog Minutes is one of a number of fundraising initiatives from the Shadows of the Damned and No More Heroes developer, including a March 30 event called “Grasstream 2 Travis VS. Garcia”.

Those on hand can attend the event in Shinjuku, and Andriasang has all the details. For everyone else, there’s uStream, in both Japanese and English.

Grasshopper recently released three free music tracks as a mark of respect for those lost in Japan’s ongoing disaster.

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