Learn Origami

Some awesome Nick characters are ready to teach you the art of folding paper in the Learn Origami game. Simply fold the paper according to the tutorial!

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About Learn Origami Game

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    Any Browser
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    Desktop, Mobile, Tablet
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    960 x 560
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Origami is the ancient art of folding paper. Though it might sound boring to some, it is way more interesting than it seems. Only people with nerves of steel and great attention to detail can handle the tasks. Nevertheless, with a little bit of training, anybody can master at least a couple of paper figures.

SpongeBob, a Ninja Turtle, Henry Danger, and Lincoln Loud have all prepared some tutorials. They have chosen some easy projects for you. That way, you can even try to do them later by yourself with real pieces of paper. But first should come the training, though!

How to Play

At first, before trying the complicated techniques on real paper, you should watch the tutorial. Your favorite characters from Nickelodeon Tv shows are helping you out. For this, you will only need your mouse to fold the virtual piece of paper. Later on, if you want, you can try again for real!

There are four different tutorials: a paper boat, a tortoise, a bunny, and a jumping frog. Not all of them have the same level of difficulty. Nevertheless, it is good to watch all of them. That way, you can get more familiar with the process. Simply follow the instructions and click and drag across the dotted line. The paper will then fold itself, showing you how it's done. 

For each paper figure, there are several steps to be followed. You can check your progress on the row of numbers above. As you advance, you will notice the numbers changing.

After you finish the tutorial, you can start doing the real handy work. You can select the written tutorial to take your time to study it. You should examine each fold, and then try out for yourself. However, if you don't feel ready to do that, you can always replay the virtual folding!

Make sure to tell all your friends about all the awesome origami you've made after playing this game!