It would be more rewarding to try and make a real paper airplane.
By Brad Russell
Have you ever wished to simulate tossing paper airplanes in the palm of your hand? Don't have any paper within arm' reach? Don't know how to build a respectable paper aircraft? Then this game may be what you've been waiting for.
The premise is as simple as any game could possibly be: you flick your paper airplane and see where it lands. Yep, that's the game. Now the flight path will be interesting each time as there are wind currents that work in mysterious ways. So you may be heading down but you keep going for a while, or your plane will rev back up into the air after a descent. There are obstacles to avoid, such as a statue in the middle of a wheat field, and I was only able to reach just before the portal after some 50 tries. I'm not saying it's there as a "the cake is a lie" kind of thing, but no directions on how to maximize your flicks are given.