Paper Puzzle Workshop — this puzzle game may remind you of classic puzzles, but the developers decided to diversify the mechanics and style, adding to the game a Japanese art form called Chigiri-e, in which the main technique is the use of colored paper, which is torn to create images and can resemble watercolor painting. The technique dates back to the Heian period of Japanese history, when it was often used in conjunction with calligraphy. You have to collect a variety of paper things that we used to see, such as a kettle and a t-shirt. It is worth noting that the initial levels will be quite simple, but the more levels will be passed, the higher the complexity.
Paper Puzzle Workshop
Publish Date: April 25, 2019