FWIW most of the Frogger games from PS and beyond were still rooted in grid-based, hazard-dodging gameplay, and they continued to sell quite well for much longer than you might suspect—the first PS game sold 4 million copies or something silly, and there was a string of successful GBA/DS games, too. Like, they’d change the visual style and experiment with actual characters or dialogue or whatever but it’s kinda surprising that they kept the games relatively traditional for so long, and that people stuck with it for as long as they did. (Tak Fujii’s 3DS game, released both when Crossy Road was blowing up and the 3DS wasn’t, didn’t fare nearly as well.)
There is, or will be, or was, a Frogger game show airing on… Peacock? iunno.