Fold the World

Fold the World

Fold the World is an app that belongs to the so-called folding genre where you must fold paper in order to achieve a goal or create a new and interesting object. In other words Fold the World is a puzzle game that will test your brain skills.

The gameplay inside the game is nothing that hard or unusual – there are many levels to complete, which is nice, and each level requires some thinking on your behalf. The goal is to lead a funny creature from point A to point B and to help with obstacles you must fold the paper on which the creature sits to overcome them. Each level is different, though, so more often than not you will find yourself thinking how to achieve your goal. If you get stuck, the game offers hints so do not quit Fold the World that easily.

As to graphics and sound we have only nice words to say – the game comes with great and colorful 3D visuals as well as great sound effects that are summed up in a playful song that you will get to listen to. Fold the World is one of the better games in these two departments and we have nothing bad to say about this game.

Fold the World is a nice puzzle game that will appeal best to people who like to fold. The app comes with fun and addictive gameplay, numerous levels to complete as well as great visuals and sound effects. In a few words Fold the World is a puzzle game that you will like for sure if puzzles are a thing you like.

Fold the World is here on Google Play. Enjoy!

Related posts

Samsung Readies the 23.6-inch SyncMaster 2494HS full-HD Display

Samsung has come up with a new 23.6-inch, slick and stylish widescreen LCD monitor, the SyncMaster 2494HS. This one takes a step forward in overall look and feel, going away from the rather plain Samsung glassy design. The SyncMaster 2494HS features a modern 1920x1080 16:9 wide resolution...

Silicon Power's new 2.5" Velox V20 series SATA SSD

Silicon Power today announces the new 2.5-inch Velox V20 series SATA Solid State Drive (SSD) which utilize SandForce controller and offering a maximum read-speed of 285MB/s and write-speed of 275MB/s. Silicon Power claims that its new V20 SSD required only 13 seconds to boot into Windows and...

Palit launches new USB 3.0 flash drives

The Taiwanese company Palit has added new flash drives to its product list. Known for making graphics cards, now Palit enters the flash drive business too. Trying to capture the customers’ attention Palit now offers two series of portable flash drives – the D series and the M...

Leave a comment