23 Comments
Posted by Kevino13

weird

Edited by Jkwasi

As soon as the music started I was super interested. Looks kinda cool but I bet it's a very short game, hope I'm wrong. If this is actually a decent length, not 2-3 hours and done, I will seriously consider getting this. If it's as short as I suspect then maybe when it's like 2.99 max. $6.99 if it 6-8 hours.

Posted by lord_karnack

do we have a release date?

Posted by smileyforall220

Music and style are very nice, but that turn animation and the gameplay looks pretty shallow

Edited by kilroyandy

ITS NO WINDJAMMERS!!!

Posted by dprabon

cool

Posted by Pezen

Looks fantastic! Looks like a good next title to pick up on the iPad.

Edited by Trilogy

@kilroyandy said:

ITS NO WINDJAMMERS!!!

I mean what is, really. All games shall now be judged on the following metric.

Is it Windjammers? Yes = 5 stars

...No = ZERO FLYING POWER DISCS OUT OF FIVE

Posted by Accolade

This looks great. Then again I said that about Looksley's Line Up and look where that got me.

Posted by Elwoodan

Saw this at Pax East last year, looked pretty neat

Edited by Sweetz

Looks cool. I just got a tablet (iPad Air - not an Apple fan, but all current 10" Android offerings have one caveat or another) and would love to see more tablet game coverage from Giant Bomb. I mean we certainly don't need coverage of "match 3 game of the week," but stuff like Oceanhorn, Republique, Device 6 would be nice to see Quick Looks for.

Edited by MelonMasher

Took the Monday Blahs right out of me, nice.

Posted by Aviar

Interesting. Seems like a very calming type of game.

Posted by armaan8014

Looks nice!

Posted by MeatSim

If I ever need a jam to put me to sleep this games soundtrack will do it.

Posted by Thompson820

For those interested I'm pretty sure the title is a Japanese play on words meaning literally "Heaven Paper".

Edited by simian

An iOS only launch? How... Quaint.

Posted by BisonHero

This makes me miss Paper Mario, since it did a lot of pop-up book stuff. Too bad all the games after the Gamecube one are kinda bad (at least Super Paper Mario still had some pretty clever writing, even if the gameplay sucked).

Man, Thousand-Year Door is so good.