Namco puts a twist on paper airplane play

By on October 25, 2017

Playing with a paper airplane is one of the most popular games fathers in Japan play with their children.  But Japan’s game center and theme park operator Namco, thinks that after a few times these paper airplanes hit nosedive, boredom creeps in.

So Namco decided to spice things up a bit to keep kids amused and playing.

Namco installed what it calls a fushigi na hikoki (mysterious airplane) screen panel at Asobi Play Park in Gunma prefecture. When a preschooler hits an object on the screen with a paper airplane,  the shape changes.

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