Paperama

Paperama

Origami is a popular and original Japanese art of paper folding where you create various objects that resemble items of everyday life and animals. It is easy to perform and fun but it requires special origami paper. If you own an Android-based device you are in luck though – there’s a fun and free application that resembles origami. It is called Paperama and it can be downloaded from Google Play now.

The game is 2D only but this is everything that it really needs. We really liked the game interface and how it looks – it is original, colorful and fun. There are several level packs to choose from and there are more than 70 different puzzles. The game is easy to play and if you ever get stuck you can use in-game hints. The goal is to create the required item, which will unlock the next level that stands in your way. You can also undo a wrong move. All in all Paperama is an excellent Android app that will give you a lot of fun for free!  Just use your imagination to complete the levels.

Paperama can be found here on Google Play.

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