I’m absolutely intrigued by a video posted on IndieGames for a game called PaperWorld. It’s apparently entered in the Swedish Game Awards, and somehow in the Norwegian Game Awards too. But there’s no website for the developers, PaperPeople, nor any more details I can find other than the description on the YouTube page. But check below to watch the video, and see if you find yourself wanting to know more about it too.
It’s described as a “feelgood simulation game”, which already makes it sound lovely. It goes on:
“The simulation is more focused on the people living in the towns and the intregation of colors amongs them, instead of the maintainance of the city. It is a friendly and cosy game where you can play around, make social experiments or try to reach the top in the highscore by getting the largest
Apparently developed for the Swedish Game Concept Challenge (yet another page that offers absolutely no clues about anything at all), the whole thing looks completely adorable, and I want to know all about it. PaperPeople – get in touch with us. Meanwhile, everyone else enjoy the cute-on-a-stick video.