Paper Toss 2.0 for iPad and iPhone was released on the App Store this week. This is the follow-up to the massively popular original Paper Toss iPhone game from Backflip Studios. Here’s a little intro to it, courtesy of its App Store page:
The mega-hit Paper Toss game franchise just got a big promotion to Paper Toss 2.0. Remember those pesky "Hey, you hit me!" co-workers from the original Paper Toss? In 2.0 you can throw right at them, you devil. You’ll still score points by flicking wads of paper into the office trash can (now with a handsome new ergonomic design). Plus, try your skills with flaming paper balls, tossable bananas, tomatoes, grenades and other stuff to hurl in all-new settings.
I’ve always been a big fan of Paper Toss – it’s been a long-time favorite for my daughter and I – so of course I’ve already installed Paper Toss 2.0. I’ve only messed around with it for a few minutes so far, but there definitely seem to be a lot more options and bells and whistles in this new version. The Intern mode (where you’re trying to throw into the waste bin in an intern’s lap while he wheels his chair across the office) looks especially fun.
These are some of notable features of the new version:
★ Bananas, grenades and other new tossables
★ Annoying co-workers to toss stuff at
★ Moving targets and bank shots
★ Brand new levels plus classic favorites
★ Breakable, exploding office objects
★ Power-ups to boost your scores
★ Game Center leaderboards and achievements
This is still a free game, but I found the ads pretty distracting pretty quickly. You can get rid of them by buying Paper Toss 2.0 Ad Free as an In-App purchase. I’ve done that as I’m happy supporting the game and having a cleaner environment.
Here’s an App Store link for Paper Toss 2.0; it’s a free, ad-supported app. It’s also a universal app designed to run on both the iPad and the iPhone.
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