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Apr 24, 2014Origami Kami
Publisher: Playstation Vita Developer Valhalla Studio Productions Release Date: 04/22/2014 Graphics: The graphics areOrigami Kami
Publisher: Playstation Vita
Developer Valhalla Studio Productions
Release Date: 04/22/2014
The graphics are very colorful and pretty. Bright 3D art assets with a toon shader makes this game very intriguing. Bright colors are eye catching.
The game is easy to play. Just tap the water and make ripples to cause the boat to propel forward. Easy enough that my 5 year old can play. But fun enough for even adults to enjoy. The object of the game is to collect the origami cranes that are placed in the water. Seems easy enough but the game get trickier as you progress through the levels. There are a few obstacles in the game, like a whirlpool and a rock that pushes you away. Not sure what it is but it has the opposite effect of the whirlpool.
No controls except for your finger. Tapping the screen is all you need to do.
Origami Kami is inspired by the Sadako Sasaki story. In Japan, during WWII, a baby girl survived the bombing of Hiroshima only to get cancer when she was 12. She learned of the ancient Japanese legend that if you fold 1000 paper cranes, you will be granted a wish. Her wish was for world peace. In the game, a spirit has stolen her cranes. You have to collect them. There is a very cool flip screen (short) story when you start the game.
Collect cranes and trade them in for better boats.
Overall, this is a fun game. Not too difficult to beat. Some of the levels are harder so it is challenging at times. 25 levels overall. It took a couple of hours to finish. My wife and kids enjoyed it very much too. My kids continue to play it to collect more cranes. They want to buy the pirate ship boat. There are in app purchases but you don't need to buy cranes if you just play the game over again.… Expand