736010_2Backflip Studios' Paper Toss World Tour [App Store] finally got approved and is now available for download. Utilizing the same strangely appealing gameplay element of the free Paper Toss [App Store], World Tour takes the show on the road across 8 exotic locales.

Gameplay is basic and simply involves flicking a wad of paper in to a trash can, correcting for the constantly changing wind, and seeing how many shots you can get in a row. There's not much to it, but similar to Doodle Jump [App Store], it's just one of those extremely simple games that you can find yourself spending a ridiculous amount of time playing.

There's not much different in gameplay between the free version of Paper Toss and World Tour. You get more levels, some new music, outdoor wind and weather effects (outside the pyramids you are throwing paper in a sand storm) and some new sounds and animations. World Tour is basically a "premium" version of the original with improved graphics and an unlockable level progression, and is worth a dollar if you want to support the developers or you find yourself amused by silly things like tossing paper in garbage cans outside the Taj Mahal.

Just like the free version, you can upload your scores to the online leaderboards, and it shares the same satisfying metallic thunks when you successfully sink one in to the trash can. If you found yourself enjoying Paper Toss, but felt constrained by the confines of the game's office, you can try taking your throwing skills on the road with World Tour

App Store Link: Paper Toss World Tour, 99¢

TouchArcade Rating

  • http://www.astrosaurus.com astrosaurus

    Oh man, this thing is going to sell like gangbusters.

  • http://www.astrosaurus.com astrosaurus

    Oh man, this thing is going to sell like gangbusters.

  • http://www.yourpersonalrobot.com your personal robot

    The office as location was the funny part of it.

  • http://www.yourpersonalrobot.com your personal robot

    The office as location was the funny part of it.

  • Toss Master

    Hey, just noticed you can create custom leader boards in Paper Toss. Go to high scores and then edit your profile to add a toucharcade tag and we can see who from toucharcade can get the the highest score. Very cool.

  • Toss Master

    Hey, just noticed you can create custom leader boards in Paper Toss. Go to high scores and then edit your profile to add a toucharcade tag and we can see who from toucharcade can get the the highest score. Very cool.

  • Nukie

    The only thing more boring than playing this game was watching the video of someone playing it. Snore city.

  • Nukie

    The only thing more boring than playing this game was watching the video of someone playing it. Snore city.

  • TKO

    Bought this one just because of how cool the original was (and I think they deserve some financial reward for doing *that*) ..the sequel is actually quite cool too in that it's like the old one, but with progression to harder levels as you travel to each new locale. And there are now more than three distances for the trash-can. Eventually it gets *crazy* far away (Russia) ..and then I couldn't get the damn thing in. Not once. Just don't perform so well in the cold. ;)

    @Nukie: Have you even played it? It's a great game when you've got 30 seconds to spare. It's like golf, but with instant setup, and all the boring golf parts removed. (And extra absurdity for free.) :D

    Side thought: I think Paper Toss: World Tour would have been a better idea if, instead of travelling to exotic locations with your trash-can, you were travelling to exotic office jobs, and doing the same old cubicle existence in Japan, Russia, etc.. Just make new cubicle spaces and adorn them in the necessary style, voices, etc. IMHO that would fit better with the absurdity of the original. But as it is, it's still a good game.

  • TKO

    Bought this one just because of how cool the original was (and I think they deserve some financial reward for doing *that*) ..the sequel is actually quite cool too in that it's like the old one, but with progression to harder levels as you travel to each new locale. And there are now more than three distances for the trash-can. Eventually it gets *crazy* far away (Russia) ..and then I couldn't get the damn thing in. Not once. Just don't perform so well in the cold. ;)

    @Nukie: Have you even played it? It's a great game when you've got 30 seconds to spare. It's like golf, but with instant setup, and all the boring golf parts removed. (And extra absurdity for free.) :D

    Side thought: I think Paper Toss: World Tour would have been a better idea if, instead of travelling to exotic locations with your trash-can, you were travelling to exotic office jobs, and doing the same old cubicle existence in Japan, Russia, etc.. Just make new cubicle spaces and adorn them in the necessary style, voices, etc. IMHO that would fit better with the absurdity of the original. But as it is, it's still a good game.