A clever take on the popular classic
3D paperball Review
by on August 28, 2011
It’s odd how the proliferation of games that take a mundane action in life and digitise it has expanded so quickly, but it seems the simple old game of ‘throwing something somewhere’ appeals to all.
This game is a twist on the usual paper flicking operation, with a 3D environment meaning you can bounce the paper ball off all surfaces to get it into the basket.
In fact, the more bounces the better the reward, and we’re impressed with the amount of interactivity on offer, as you can do things like tilt the camera to get a better view, or get frustrated when you accidentally throw the paper onto a shelf.
The motion of flicking the ball is erratic though, and really lets the game down – plus it’s pretty darn hard to get the hang of, so you better be ready for a long session of missing the basket.
It’s free, so it’s hard to criticise it too much – our advice is play with the sensitivity of the throwing motion or you might give up on the game too quickly.
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