diana;;paperama;;folding;;app;;android;;ios;;fdg;;origami Diana "DumeeGamer" Dumee Did you ever make (or try to make...) origami figures as a child? This is exactly what youíre going to in this game. Paperama will show you the outline of a origami figure on the screen and a piece of folding paper. Your job is to figure out how to fold this. But thereís a catch you can use only a limited amount of folds. So you have to be smart!

PAPERAMA

By Diana "DumeeGamer" Dumee on May 8, 2014

Did you ever make (or try to make...) origami figures as a child? This is exactly what youíre going to in this game. Paperama will show you the outline of a origami figure on the screen and a piece of folding paper. Your job is to figure out how to fold this. But thereís a catch you can use only a limited amount of folds. So you have to be smart!


Youíll start with some basics, but quickly after that it becomes more difficult . If you get stuck you always can use the hint option. Very kind of the developers to give the players this option. But to develop your own creative try to fold the paper in various ways before resorting to the hint button, it's much more fun that way. At least, that's what I think. I did and I can tell you, you just might feel a little more proud of yourself when you manage to solve the puzzle.


Your solution will be rated in percentages. So the more accurate you fold your paper, the higher your percentage will be. That way you will get achievements, which you can share on Google +. You fold the paper by dragging your finger across your screen, but if you have a pen (when you own a Galaxy Note 2 for example) you can also use that, which does come in very handy at certain point in the game, especially in times where precision is required.


In the end there are more than 70 puzzles to solve. Although sometimes it might get your brain to do overtime, itís actually a very relaxing game to play. Particularly because of the music and the fact that there's no time limit per stage. You can try to fold and undo folds as many times as you like.

I really enjoyed this game. Itís beautiful, fun and relaxing. And a big benefit is that you can create lots of origami figures without the need to store them somewhere at home.


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PAPERAMA
FDG Entertainment
April 8, 2014