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Jan 26, 2013 | 1:03 PM EST
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I don't Need That! 10 Points Beat a level without using all of the required folds.
Halfway There 25 Points Get a total score of 1700.
Ultimate Perfection 100 Points Get a total score of 3400(100% on every level)

Author Comments

Click and drag to fold the paper, try to get it to match the outlined shape without going over the fold limit on the bottom of the screen.

At any time you can click on a fold number on the bottom of the screen to undo to that fold, or click reset to reset the level entirely.

Reviews


FelixVonLucknerFelixVonLuckner

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 26, 2013

Neat, innovative, relaxing 5/5



ArThorSArThorS

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 15, 2013

Gote "A Heart" with 6 out of 8 folds. Fuck Yeah


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LenkeLenke

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 28, 2013

Great game, what about a free mode(?


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ThickfreaknessThickfreakness

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 9, 2014

Awesome game!

Anyone that's having problems this youtube video is a walkthrough for all levels /watch?v=Uv6BUypZx78#t=998



ErratusLemuresErratusLemures

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 26, 2013

This is a very well refined and polished game, worthy of its five-star rating. Even from the first impressions of the flowing lines across the menu page, the time and effort spent is evident.

The mechanics of the game are simple (it is entirely controlled by mouse) and sensitive enough to allow for precision folding, though a rare time or another the paper seems to jump over or under a desired position.The feeling of folding actual paper is excellently translated to the game, especially the real-life struggle to perfectly line up paper edges.

By providing some leeway within the dotted outline, the game is forgiving of imperfect folds, though some 100% completions can be achieved even with obvious protruding paper. Level options are also forgiving, allowing the return to any fold made in addition to a restart button.

The progression of the game is well-spaced, introducing new challenges every level by building off previous levels, though this reviewer will admit to wishing for a "hint" button every once in a while. At the time of this writing, the game has not been completed by the reviewer.

Graphics are a non-issue for this game. The text is consistent and legible while still retaining its paint-brush look. The background adds to the theme, decidedly Asian and textured like paper. Paper that has been folded over gains a darker color, an easy-shorthand to keep track of folds and an artistic element in some levels. The edges of the folding paper are clearly visible, and the lines are never staggered or sloppy when diagonal.

Asian flutes, guitars, and piano notes constitute the music, repeating throughout and providing a nice tune during play. When folding paper, realistic crinkling is heard. A congratulatory theme plays when a level is beaten. All sounds can be turned off in the options menu.

There is just something strangely satisfying in folding paper to make apparently impossible shapes, which means the appeal of origami is successfully preserved in this game. Even coming back to a level later provides entertainment if the solution has been forgotten or is particularly cunning.

All in all, the game delivers on its paper folding concept, providing a fun and challenging experience.


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BryceSummer responds:

Thank you so much for the thorough review, you just made my day.