They were created by various companies, with different types of releases.
Like most Croc Merchandise, the stickers were only available through promotional means, and never available for retail purchase. Perhaps surprisingly, there are only a few known to exist, despite both games boasting a reasonable amount of merchandise.
Stickers vary from sheets to singular stickers intended for shop walls, with a few ways to obtain them. Most of them were giveaways to help promote the games.
As is to be expected, many of the stickers were used up quickly, making them difficult to find on the current market, and even more difficult to locate in a good condition. Many were likely discarded or damaged beyond repair over the years.
Currently, there are 5 known sticker sheets that have been discovered so far, for various Croc games, most of them originating from Japan.
|Croc: Legend of the Gobbos||This was a large promotional sticker of Croc holding a Gobbo.|
|Croc! Pau Pau Island||This is a full sticker featuring Croc and two 'Pau Pau' (Gobbos).|
|Croc! Pau Pau Island||A sheet of stickers featuring Croc, Baron Dante, and some Pau Paus. Available only in Japan prior to the release of the actual game.|
|Croc Adventure||A sheet of stickers featuring Croc holding a sailor Gobbo, a Cossack Gobbo, and a Dantini. Available only in Japan prior to the release of the actual game.|
|Croc Adventure||A sheet of stickers featuring Croc holding a crystal, Baron Dante, Roger Red Ant, Sailor King, a Cossack Gobbo, Cannon Boat Keith, Firepit Monster, The Village Masher, and the thief Dantini.|