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Angela Skipper 2017-11-01
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Media Molecule hasn't shown Dreams publicly in a long time, so it's encouraging that it is still in active development.

When Sony first revealed Dreams during its E3 2015 Press Conference, it was like nothing that came before.

Its painterly style was surreal, making each world a literal canvas for players to create their own.

But after missing this year’s E3 and Sony’s Paris Games Week presentation, many are wondering if the game had been quietly canceled.

Despite its absence, developer Media Molecule says that Dreams is very much alive.

According to the studio’s Halloween-themed Twitter account, Dreams might be coming sooner than people expect.

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Lillie Snow 2017-06-16
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Do you think you have what it takes to compete on the racetrack against Lightning McQueen, Cruz Ramirez, Jackson Storm and Miss Fritter from Disney Pixar’s Cars 3, which opened in theaters Friday?

You can find out at 12:30 p.m. PT/3:30 p.m.

ET Friday, when Disney Pixar will team up with Periscope and Twitter to present , which they described as “the first interactive race leveraging virtual reality to take place on social media live.”

will host PaperCraft Derby, and Twitter explained how the game is played in an email to Social Pro Daily:

Combining the interactivity of VR and live broadcasting through Periscope and Twitter, viewers who join the Disney Pixar Cars 3 Periscope broadcast will be transported into a dynamic paper-craft-styled race world powered by HTC Vive and assigned a vehicle from the world of Cars: Lightning McQueen, Cruz Ramirez, Jackson Storm and Miss Fritter.

They’ll be placed at the starting line of the track.

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Tonic Studios USA 2022-08-29
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Let’s jump in:What is Spray Mists? Because most spray inks are dye-based, they will react with water even after they have dried. Here are 6 fun ways to use spray mists in your papercraft:1. SprayingThe simplest method to use your spray mists is to — you guessed it — spray them! Simply put the paper in a sink or cardboard tray (to catch any stray droplets), hold your spray mist bottle approximately 5" away from the paper, and spray.
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bobkellnot 2022-03-02
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Game Freak and Pokemon fans keep on commending this year's Pokemon Day by respecting their beloved Pokemon, making fan craftsmanship, and concocting better strategies for the various games in the franchise. One Pokemon fan has chosen to make different Pokemon through papercraft, including Diancie and Mega Diancie. Reddit user CrafterWong as of late shared their papercraft versions of the Pokemon Diancie and its Mega advancement structure. Numerous Pokemon fans will also be comfortable with Diancie from the film released in 2014 called Pokemon the Movie: Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction in which the Mythical Pokemon plays a significant job. Just like with Diancie and Mega Diancie, CrafterWong has made instructional posts and videos to clarify the process of making them.
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Michael Wadsworth 2018-01-17
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Popup Dungeon is a roguelike dungeon crawling role-playing game, which is nothing new — but this one includes a customization tool that enables players to modify the game’s characters, weapons, abilities, and enemies.

Developer Triple B Titles successfully raised $100,000 through a Kickstarter campaign in 2014 and entered pre-alpha in December for backers.

Today, it’s revealed new gameplay footage including how its creation tool works.

As its name might suggest, Popup Dungeon has a charming papercraft aesthetic.

Triple B’s inspiration for it came from tabletop games such as Dungeons & Dragons, and it pays tribute to that legacy with a “Dungeon Master mode” where one player becomes the Wizard.

In that role, they guide the party’s adventure, controlling enemies, determining where they go next, and adjusting the difficulty of the gameplay by adding challenges such as a countdown clock.

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Jackson henry 2020-11-02

They help one confront the wildest nightmares with the twists and turns exclusive only to anime.

Although there is no dearth of horror movies and TV shows, anime is different.

The Medicine Seller used to hound Mononoke, but it was not easy to get rid of; to exorcise it, it was essential to know its motivation of existence, its truth, and its shape.

It is only because of this the ghosts appear otherworldly, and the series has a unique atmosphere that helps it stand apart from others.

First released in 2013, the show tries to copy the kamishibai storytelling, in which a narrator recounts a story in a street performance using hand-illustrated boards.

The show’s animation is unique, and every character looks like a papercraft doll.

collect
0
Jesse Rodriguez 2019-04-21
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In a hotel opposite Central Park, my 10-year-old son Alex and I are sitting in a room full of cardboard, and the man who dreamed it all up is in the middle of it.

The mercurial cardboard construction games for Nintendo Switch blend papercraft and programming to make seemingly impossible magic objects.

Since Labo's surprising debut last year, Nintendo has created four different Labo kits, ranging from a robot backpack to a vehicle kit to the most recent VR-focused kit, which comes with its own goggles that the Switch can slot into.

VR was always part of the plan

Even though the Labo VR Kit was the fourth version of Labo, Sakaguchi insists it was always there from the get-go.

"We actually had it all planned out from the very beginning ... even in the [original] announcement video, if you look at it, everything but the VR goggles is included."

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James Mckinnis 2016-09-08
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it s the 50th anniversary of Star Trek, counting from the airing of the first episode of the original 1966 Star Trek series starring William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy.

Facebook is marking the occasion, in a few different ways.

First, there s a personalized greeting appearing atop News Feeds of users who ve liked or otherwise interacted with Star Trek or sci-fi content on FB, and there s also a special custom profile frame you can apply to your primary display pic.

Finally, and perhaps more importantly, there are redesigned reaction emoji inspired by key characters form the series.

Messenger marketing lead Lindsey Shephard shared Facebook s various celebrations in a Medium post today, including a gallery which you can see below of the step-by-step process FB s creative team went through in order to produce the stunning papercraft USS Enterprise they used to create their customized creating artwork.

The best part really though are the new reactions, which include custom version of the Like, Love, Haha, Wow, Sad and Angry reaction options Facebook users can employ to quickly respond to posts.

collect
0
Jason Hill 2016-06-08
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How We Soar is the first game from Penny Black Studios, a developer composed of former Free Radical and Crytek staffers.

Managing director Tom Turner calls the game a VR flight experience, where difficulty is secondary and probably tertiary to taking in the papercraft world that his team has created.

With your DualShock 4 controller becoming your reins, you will find yourself seated on the back of this mythical creature and in full control of its every swoop, glide, and dive, Turner says.

Your phoenix can gain great speed as you fly, giving a thrilling VR experience as you rush past the environment.

The announcement trailer shows the phoenix flying from third-person perspective, but given the purpose of VR and Turner s language, it sounds like this will be a very up close view, allowing you to see the phoenix while still taking in the world.

As you fly through each level, destroyed bits of paper will be reformed into recognizable environments, and you can also restore color to the world as you progress.

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0
Justin Martinez 2017-03-15
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Snipperclips is one of those games with a concept so clear that even if you forget what it’s called (and who could blame you – the original prototype Friendshapes had a much more memorable name) people will know what you’re talking about.

Sure, there have been other video games influenced by papercraft – most notably Media Molecule’s Tearaway – but none has reached the mainstream with the particular notion expressed in Snipperclips’ tagline: cut it out, together.

Snipperclips is a game in which (ideally) two or more players control colourful papery beings – called Snip and Clip – who use the form of their arched bodies to snip each other into the shapes needed to solve a variety of puzzles.

It’s no surprise that developers Tom and Adam Vian were successful when they pitched the prototype to Nintendo; artful, simple, and designed to be social, Snipperclips feels right at home on the Switch.

Each single-screen 2D level is highly decorated (those in the Noisy Notebook world, for instance, with assorted stationery), but it always remains clear what are the relevant moving parts.

The backgrounds even often include unobtrusive hints, and many are lightly gridded to help with lining up your shapes.

collect
0
Brett Ames 2016-07-05
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Star Fox Zero may have been a pretty big misfire for Nintendo and the Wii U, but if you re ready to take control of a fox again — and are more interested in a philosophical adventure game that questions the meaning of life and death — then The First Tree is for you.

You won t, however, see this fox wearing pants.

I saw a fox on a snowy mountain … she was looking for her cubs, a man tells his wife as the camera shows a motionless fox in the snow.

Described by creator David Wehle as a beautiful journey that crescendos at the source of life, and perhaps results in the understanding of death, The First Tree centers around two distinct stories: the story of a couple dealing with an unspecified tragedy, and the fox, who apparently discovers the titular First Tree during her search.

Wehle lists the contemporary adventure Firewatch as a comparable experience, and while you can certainly see some similarities in art style, The First Tree also uses a very simple, almost papercraft-inspired design for foliage and even pentagonal lens flares that give everything a very surreal aesthetic.

Though its title might remind film buffs of The Tree of Life, don t expect anything nearly as long and complex as director Terrence Malick s 2011 film.

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0
Angela Skipper 2017-11-01
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Media Molecule hasn't shown Dreams publicly in a long time, so it's encouraging that it is still in active development.

When Sony first revealed Dreams during its E3 2015 Press Conference, it was like nothing that came before.

Its painterly style was surreal, making each world a literal canvas for players to create their own.

But after missing this year’s E3 and Sony’s Paris Games Week presentation, many are wondering if the game had been quietly canceled.

Despite its absence, developer Media Molecule says that Dreams is very much alive.

According to the studio’s Halloween-themed Twitter account, Dreams might be coming sooner than people expect.

Tonic Studios USA 2022-08-29
img
Let’s jump in:What is Spray Mists? Because most spray inks are dye-based, they will react with water even after they have dried. Here are 6 fun ways to use spray mists in your papercraft:1. SprayingThe simplest method to use your spray mists is to — you guessed it — spray them! Simply put the paper in a sink or cardboard tray (to catch any stray droplets), hold your spray mist bottle approximately 5" away from the paper, and spray.
Michael Wadsworth 2018-01-17
img

Popup Dungeon is a roguelike dungeon crawling role-playing game, which is nothing new — but this one includes a customization tool that enables players to modify the game’s characters, weapons, abilities, and enemies.

Developer Triple B Titles successfully raised $100,000 through a Kickstarter campaign in 2014 and entered pre-alpha in December for backers.

Today, it’s revealed new gameplay footage including how its creation tool works.

As its name might suggest, Popup Dungeon has a charming papercraft aesthetic.

Triple B’s inspiration for it came from tabletop games such as Dungeons & Dragons, and it pays tribute to that legacy with a “Dungeon Master mode” where one player becomes the Wizard.

In that role, they guide the party’s adventure, controlling enemies, determining where they go next, and adjusting the difficulty of the gameplay by adding challenges such as a countdown clock.

Jesse Rodriguez 2019-04-21
img

In a hotel opposite Central Park, my 10-year-old son Alex and I are sitting in a room full of cardboard, and the man who dreamed it all up is in the middle of it.

The mercurial cardboard construction games for Nintendo Switch blend papercraft and programming to make seemingly impossible magic objects.

Since Labo's surprising debut last year, Nintendo has created four different Labo kits, ranging from a robot backpack to a vehicle kit to the most recent VR-focused kit, which comes with its own goggles that the Switch can slot into.

VR was always part of the plan

Even though the Labo VR Kit was the fourth version of Labo, Sakaguchi insists it was always there from the get-go.

"We actually had it all planned out from the very beginning ... even in the [original] announcement video, if you look at it, everything but the VR goggles is included."

Jason Hill 2016-06-08
img

How We Soar is the first game from Penny Black Studios, a developer composed of former Free Radical and Crytek staffers.

Managing director Tom Turner calls the game a VR flight experience, where difficulty is secondary and probably tertiary to taking in the papercraft world that his team has created.

With your DualShock 4 controller becoming your reins, you will find yourself seated on the back of this mythical creature and in full control of its every swoop, glide, and dive, Turner says.

Your phoenix can gain great speed as you fly, giving a thrilling VR experience as you rush past the environment.

The announcement trailer shows the phoenix flying from third-person perspective, but given the purpose of VR and Turner s language, it sounds like this will be a very up close view, allowing you to see the phoenix while still taking in the world.

As you fly through each level, destroyed bits of paper will be reformed into recognizable environments, and you can also restore color to the world as you progress.

Brett Ames 2016-07-05
img

Star Fox Zero may have been a pretty big misfire for Nintendo and the Wii U, but if you re ready to take control of a fox again — and are more interested in a philosophical adventure game that questions the meaning of life and death — then The First Tree is for you.

You won t, however, see this fox wearing pants.

I saw a fox on a snowy mountain … she was looking for her cubs, a man tells his wife as the camera shows a motionless fox in the snow.

Described by creator David Wehle as a beautiful journey that crescendos at the source of life, and perhaps results in the understanding of death, The First Tree centers around two distinct stories: the story of a couple dealing with an unspecified tragedy, and the fox, who apparently discovers the titular First Tree during her search.

Wehle lists the contemporary adventure Firewatch as a comparable experience, and while you can certainly see some similarities in art style, The First Tree also uses a very simple, almost papercraft-inspired design for foliage and even pentagonal lens flares that give everything a very surreal aesthetic.

Though its title might remind film buffs of The Tree of Life, don t expect anything nearly as long and complex as director Terrence Malick s 2011 film.

Lillie Snow 2017-06-16
img

Do you think you have what it takes to compete on the racetrack against Lightning McQueen, Cruz Ramirez, Jackson Storm and Miss Fritter from Disney Pixar’s Cars 3, which opened in theaters Friday?

You can find out at 12:30 p.m. PT/3:30 p.m.

ET Friday, when Disney Pixar will team up with Periscope and Twitter to present , which they described as “the first interactive race leveraging virtual reality to take place on social media live.”

will host PaperCraft Derby, and Twitter explained how the game is played in an email to Social Pro Daily:

Combining the interactivity of VR and live broadcasting through Periscope and Twitter, viewers who join the Disney Pixar Cars 3 Periscope broadcast will be transported into a dynamic paper-craft-styled race world powered by HTC Vive and assigned a vehicle from the world of Cars: Lightning McQueen, Cruz Ramirez, Jackson Storm and Miss Fritter.

They’ll be placed at the starting line of the track.

bobkellnot 2022-03-02
img
Game Freak and Pokemon fans keep on commending this year's Pokemon Day by respecting their beloved Pokemon, making fan craftsmanship, and concocting better strategies for the various games in the franchise. One Pokemon fan has chosen to make different Pokemon through papercraft, including Diancie and Mega Diancie. Reddit user CrafterWong as of late shared their papercraft versions of the Pokemon Diancie and its Mega advancement structure. Numerous Pokemon fans will also be comfortable with Diancie from the film released in 2014 called Pokemon the Movie: Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction in which the Mythical Pokemon plays a significant job. Just like with Diancie and Mega Diancie, CrafterWong has made instructional posts and videos to clarify the process of making them.
Jackson henry 2020-11-02

They help one confront the wildest nightmares with the twists and turns exclusive only to anime.

Although there is no dearth of horror movies and TV shows, anime is different.

The Medicine Seller used to hound Mononoke, but it was not easy to get rid of; to exorcise it, it was essential to know its motivation of existence, its truth, and its shape.

It is only because of this the ghosts appear otherworldly, and the series has a unique atmosphere that helps it stand apart from others.

First released in 2013, the show tries to copy the kamishibai storytelling, in which a narrator recounts a story in a street performance using hand-illustrated boards.

The show’s animation is unique, and every character looks like a papercraft doll.

James Mckinnis 2016-09-08
img

it s the 50th anniversary of Star Trek, counting from the airing of the first episode of the original 1966 Star Trek series starring William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy.

Facebook is marking the occasion, in a few different ways.

First, there s a personalized greeting appearing atop News Feeds of users who ve liked or otherwise interacted with Star Trek or sci-fi content on FB, and there s also a special custom profile frame you can apply to your primary display pic.

Finally, and perhaps more importantly, there are redesigned reaction emoji inspired by key characters form the series.

Messenger marketing lead Lindsey Shephard shared Facebook s various celebrations in a Medium post today, including a gallery which you can see below of the step-by-step process FB s creative team went through in order to produce the stunning papercraft USS Enterprise they used to create their customized creating artwork.

The best part really though are the new reactions, which include custom version of the Like, Love, Haha, Wow, Sad and Angry reaction options Facebook users can employ to quickly respond to posts.

Justin Martinez 2017-03-15
img

Snipperclips is one of those games with a concept so clear that even if you forget what it’s called (and who could blame you – the original prototype Friendshapes had a much more memorable name) people will know what you’re talking about.

Sure, there have been other video games influenced by papercraft – most notably Media Molecule’s Tearaway – but none has reached the mainstream with the particular notion expressed in Snipperclips’ tagline: cut it out, together.

Snipperclips is a game in which (ideally) two or more players control colourful papery beings – called Snip and Clip – who use the form of their arched bodies to snip each other into the shapes needed to solve a variety of puzzles.

It’s no surprise that developers Tom and Adam Vian were successful when they pitched the prototype to Nintendo; artful, simple, and designed to be social, Snipperclips feels right at home on the Switch.

Each single-screen 2D level is highly decorated (those in the Noisy Notebook world, for instance, with assorted stationery), but it always remains clear what are the relevant moving parts.

The backgrounds even often include unobtrusive hints, and many are lightly gridded to help with lining up your shapes.