Having helped countless kids make a menagerie of folded paper pets with the aid of Japanese origami sensei Mr Shingu, the team at Stormcloud Games has just launched their follow-up title, just in time for the scary parts of the year.
Mr Shingu’s Paper Halloween turns the scary knob up to 11, or possibly 13, giving cruel kids and fiendish families a whole new way to enjoy the pumpkin bedecked holiday.
Like Stormcloud’s previous paper folding pastime, Mr Shingu’s Paper Zoo, the new game allows players of all ages to fold and fabricate their own cute creatures and magnificent monsters using simple, intuitive touch controls. Pumpkins, ghosts, vampires, skulls and witches are among the original origami oddities on offer in the scary seasonal sequel.
Kids can even use the same patterns to fold the creepy collection of creatures in the real world, taking them away from the game, encouraging crafts and offering a whole new way to decorate the house for Halloween hijinks.
Fiendishly, Stormcloud has made Mr Shingu’s Paper Halloween FREE. Yes! FREE! <mwahahahahahaha!> There are no adverts and no in app purchases. Clever customisation, candy collecting, a high score headstone allowing players to compete against their friends and startlingly spooky sound effects add a frightening finale to the fun.
If your family frequently finds fun in the fiendish, dabbles in the dark side or giggles at ghosts, then you need more occult origami in your iPad.