Paper Toss: World Tour

App review by
Carla Thornton, Common Sense Media
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Classic time-waster is OK for kids with adult supervision.

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Ease of Play

Flicking works smoothly, and the physics feel just right. Watch background objects and wind stats to gauge your throw.


The optional gaming network displays inoffensive Google ads.

Drinking, Drugs & Smoking

There is a German beer garden.

What parents need to know

Parents need to know that this classic time-waster is perfectly fine for kids to try, with adult supervision. There's no sex, violence, or profanity. However, the game does link to an optional online leaderboard network that asks for players' locations and hometowns.

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Kid, 6 years old May 4, 2012

Paper toss

This game is no the best. But it is on for all ages. It is sorta slow but sorta fun. So if your kids want to play this games than let them they might like it.
Kid, 10 years old August 23, 2010


no idea why it says u need "supervision"

Is it any good?

This app takes everyone's favorite time-waster on the road to eight beautiful locations. Now you can practice your rim shot at the Egyptian pyramids or in a South American jungle. Real outdoor wind replaces the fan and makes sand blow across the screen and trees sway. Enjoy oompah music punctuated by belches in the German beer garden.

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