Frog City Software was a computer game developing company which focused on strategy games, opened in 1995. Frog City Software was a subsidiary of Take-Two Interactive until they closed it in 2006.
The company was founded by the brothers Bill Spieth and Ted Spieth and by Rachel Bernstein.
In 2004 Frog City was bought by Gathering, which was itself bought by Take 2 Interactive in 2005.
Frog City was shut down in 2006; it was the fourth game development studio to be shut down by Take-Two Interactive during that year. In April of that year, veterans of Frog City including the founders Ted Spieth, Bill Spieth and Rachel Bernstein started a new game development studio called Sidecar Studios.
In 2007 Bernstein joined Electronic Arts as a Senior Producer.