A street in Rhode Island is getting a lot more attention from nerds than usual. That's because it's been turned into a real-life version of Frogger.
It's more reality than virtual reality, as the sidewalk has been completely transformed into a makeshift Frogger stage.
Players put on a special LED helmet which turns the surrounding world into an augmented reality game.
Not since George Costanza famously carried a Frogger arcade machine across a busy New York City street has the classic strategy game been so awesome.
The group behind the project, a team called Tellart, has even released full instructions for how to do it. So expect the entire world to become filled with Frogger footpaths!