Chris Leigh
14 Sep, 2005

Advance Wars: great on paper

DS News | What happened when turn-based strategy met origami.
Instead of reaching for the DS during your next lunch hour, PALGN can heartily recommend paying a visit to Ninjatoes, a site dedicated to the lost art of, uh, Advance Wars papercraft. Admittedly, we couldn't help but come over all Blue Peter-ish upon seeing the excellent papercraft kits put together by the site, which allow you to assemble 12 different Advance Wars units, with a Medium Tank, Artillery, Personnel carrier and Recon unit all present and looking pretty nifty. You can even choose who you want to side with, with Orange Star, Blue Moon, Green Earth and Yellow Comet forces all supported.

You can find all the models here, and bear in mind that if you want a real challenge then you can always try knocking together the Samurai Pizza Cats pizza parlour or the Batmobile



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Freaking awesome. Time to build an army.
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