The original Croc is a platform game published by Fox Interactive and developed by Argonaut Software (AKA Argonaut Games) in 1997 for the PlayStation and Sega Saturn.
A sequel, Croc 2, was released in 1999 but the third chapter of the series was never released, even if development was started.
The game was called Croc 3: Stone of the Gobbos.
It was to launch on Playstation 2, Gamecube and Xbox in 2005.
The game would of been a direct sequel to the events of Croc 2, and would feature 2 player on all 3 platforms.
In this game, Croc was to yet again, be faced with stopping Baron Dante and saving the Gobbos. However this time Dante has a spell that is not able to be stopped unless Croc finds the Sacred “Stone of the Gobbos”.
Sadly after Argonaut Software closed in 2004, the IP for Croc was sold to Zenimax Media Inc, and Zenimax Media had Mud Duck Productions continue development of Croc 3: Stone Of The Gobbos. However, the game was cancelled after trouble with the developer and thus, ended the Croc Franchise.