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    Venture into the Platforming Origami World of A Tale Of Paper

    Sony Interactive Entertainment Spain (SIE Spain) and Open House Games recently revealed a new trailer for A Tale of Paper. The game will be released digital-only and exclusively on PS4 later this year about an emotional adventure of a paperboy who will use origami to fulfill the dream of his creator. In a new trailer, players can further explore the world of A Tale of Paper, an adventure where Line can transform into multiple figures in order to avoid obstacles and enemies in this textless adventure that combines platforming sections with puzzle solving.

    “A Tale of Paper’s slow-paced and deep gameplay is what makes it special – We mix puzzles and platforming but we also throw in some suspense and bits and pieces of walking simulation in this mix. It is also worth noting that this is no 2D platformer. The camera scrolls laterally, but players can roam in its world in any direction”

    The Open House Games Team



    • Help a fragile and endearing paper to fulfill the dream of his creator. Embark on an adventure of loss and hope through the eyes of Line, a paper boy who magically came to live. Assist him to escape from unusual dangers and bring him the strength he will need to reach the end of his journey.
    • Use origami to overcome obstacles. Master Line’s origami transformations to reach new levels, solve light puzzles, and complete platforming sequences.
    • Discover our world from a different perspective. Experience a super-sized world through the eyes of a small paper boy.
    • An experience without text. You will live the story through the world and its objects. Explore a variety of levels each with its own ambiance and story to tell. Remember that visuals can be more powerful than words…
    He is actually very shy, introvert but no choice, have to go out to buy games. He likes food and food likes him. He somehow manage to find a job with the right time accommodate to gaming. He has a very short attention span, therefore has to finish a game fast or else a simple pun can distract him for the entire day. Yes a Pun, he loves puns as much as he loves games; easily distracted, whichever comes next.

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