Sit down and take a look at your opponent. It's just you versus a piece paper. Can you master it? That's just what you've got to do in the origami paper-folding puzzle game Folds, by Bryce Summer. Click and drag an edge of the paper to fold it to any angle you desire. Your goal is to create the shape indicated by the white dotted line. Sounds simple, but when (with the exception making paper fortune tellers in elementary school) has origami ever been easy? You have a limited number of folds which are indicated at the bottom of the screen. If you fail to produce the shape in the required number of moves, you'll have to try again. To undo or re-do any folds, just click on the numbers at the bottom of the screen, or click reset to start over.
Folds is a deceptively simple looking game. The puzzles can be quite tricky, while the calming music and mellow colors serve to mitigate any frustration you might start to feel at not being able to fold a letter 'T'. (Not that I have personal experience with that or anything. Really.) The clean interface makes it a cinch to jump right in to the gameplay, so grab a cup of tea, relax, and fold!