Paper Baron

Paper Baron takes everyone’s favourite pastime, paper planes, to the next level. Developed by the Royal Australian Air Force, this skill-based social game lets you launch paper planes on your iPhone and fly against people in the real world. It’s a fun and addictive flying adventure! So take to the skies, explore a world of paper and become the Paper Baron.

GAME FEATURES

PLAY IN REAL LOCATIONS
Paper Baron is location-based social game where you can challenge real opponents, in real locations called Airstrips. Use your phone’s GPS maps to find official Airstrips across Australia, or create your own. Take on your friends, workmates or complete strangers.

SIMPLE, FUN GAMEPLAY
To play Paper Baron, it’s easy. Simply swipe your screen to launch your plane. Then it’s a matter of keeping your plane in the air!

REALISTIC PHYSICS
Created by the Air Force, Paper Baron combines physics and skill with addictive gameplay. Once your plane is in the air, take advantage of gravity to fly as far as you can. Avoid obstacles and keep your eye out for boost items.

EXPLORE A WORLD OF PAPER
Every object in this beautifully-designed game is made entirely out of paper, from clouds and stars and buildings. It’s a visual feast that makes it exciting every time you play!

FLY SOLO OR AIRSTRIP MODE
Paper Baron lets you choose between flying solo or in Airstrip mode. In Airstrip mode, you can challenge people in a real physical location, to become the Baron of that particular area.

FIND OFFICIAL AIRSTRIPS
Choose to play one of our official Airstrips (Sydney Opera House, Federation Square, and more), start your own or you can join someone else’s. Once you’re near the physical location, it’s game on!

HIGHLIGHTS


• Fly solo or against real opponents, in real life
• Avoid obstacles and pick up boosts
• Explore a world of paper
• Fly the furthest and be the Paper Baron


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