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  • Summary: Paperbound is Smash Bros on crack. Be a gravity ninja as you battle your friends inside old storybooks. Run up walls and on ceilings, and then invert your gravity for a surprise attack. It's chaotic yet strategic. Sometimes, it's madness. Sometimes, it's a cat-and-mouse game. You'll laugh.Paperbound is Smash Bros on crack. Be a gravity ninja as you battle your friends inside old storybooks. Run up walls and on ceilings, and then invert your gravity for a surprise attack. It's chaotic yet strategic. Sometimes, it's madness. Sometimes, it's a cat-and-mouse game. You'll laugh. You'll swear at your friends. You'll want to play another round. In Paperbound, you play as stick men and other characters who come to life via magic dust. Inside Journey to the Center of the Earth, you discover the ability to have your gravity adapt to any curved surface as you run along it. What better way to test this newfound ability than combat? Expand

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  1. Apr 29, 2015
    75
    In the end, Paperbound is a good game if you enjoy local multiplayer action.
  2. May 12, 2015
    73
    Rock, paper, scissors: choose wisely and you won't regret your move. Paperbound, even if it isn't as good as Towerfall Ascension, is a clever choice, recommended for a local multiplayer experience.
  3. 70
    Paperbound taps into our imagination by drilling into the pages of literary classics, fueling a frenzied brawler that deviates from standard fare through subtle and unique decisions.
  4. CD-Action
    Jun 29, 2015
    55
    The idea behind Paperbound was not bad, but there’s just not enough content to keep you occupied for longer. [06/2015, p.71]

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