Paper Monsters Recut

Paper Monsters Recut

Paper Monsters Recut is one of the unusual games that you can find on Google Play. The game takes you to a fantasy world of paper, paperclips and buttons where you will have to collect paperclips in order to proceed and, of course, avoid dangers.

We’ll start with the graphics this time – Paper Monsters Recut excels in this field. The game comes with gorgeous 3D graphics that are a real treat for your eyes. This is what makes the game a bit large at 188 MB but everything has a price and you can’t really complain given what you get. The gameplay comes to guiding your character from point A, which is the start of a level, to point B, which is the end of the level. In the meantime you will have to collect at least three paperclips in order to be eligible to finish a level as well as an unlimited number of buttons, while at the same time avoiding enemies. It is easy to control your character – the left half of your display moves your paper monster left or right, while the right half allows it to jump; if you press the jump section twice the creature will perform a double jump. So this is what takes to play this simple and fun game.

Paper Monsters Recut is a really nice game that will appeal to children and adults alike. It comes with gorgeous graphics and interesting gameplay that will keep you playing. The game is both tough and fun and this seems to be a great combination for a game to become a hit. The app is also free so this is another plus. You should definitely try this game so go ahead!

Paper Monsters Recut is here on Google Play.

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