Papermint: „You know – for kids!“ teens made of paper in a 3D cartoon world

I dismissed Papermint earlier as too simple (flat people in the age of life-like 3D graphics??) because up to date I only saw screenshots of this weird little virtual world built by Austrian company Avaloop. But when I watched the video above (made by a creative Papermint user called Seppl – skip over the first 30 secs) I got their special drift and think I finally see why kids and teens find it interesting…I never thought I’d say it, but maybe it doesn’t have to be 3D all the way to have fun in social virtual worlds 😉

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Papermint people: click on "watch movie" in the upper left corner of their homepage, it's a cute and entertaining demonstration why flat people sometimes have all the advantages...

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“Teens and tweens are making more and more of the purchase decisions, or at least influencing that decision. Mom already knows that Sears provides trusted value and quality, but we need to prove to the teens and tweens that we have the apparel and styles to help them “arrive” at school this year with confidence”

“Teens and tweens are making more and more of the purchase decisions, or at least influencing that decision. Mom already knows that Sears provides trusted value and quality, but we need to prove to the teens and tweens that we have the apparel and styles to help them “arrive” at school this year with confidence”

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