Paper Airplane (also called Paper Plane) is a DSiWare video game released in 2008 (Japan) and 2009 (Europe and America) by Nintendo. The game is based around the Game Boy Advance's WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$!'s paper airplane minigame. In it, players would guide an airplane around platforms jutting out of the wall. If the plane hit a platform or a wall, then it would break apart and the player would have to start over. This is a remake of the original game that includes new game modes, including a multiplayer feature where two people play on a single Nintendo DSi. The game costs 200 Nintendo Points, or $2 USD.
In Paper Plane, players will control a paper plane and make sure it doesn't hit anything, as doing so will result in a gameover. The standard Endless mode from WarioWare comes back, in which the course is entirely random, though there are two new modes as well. In one of the new modes, titled Time Trial, you'll play on a track that the developers created instead of the randomly generated one of endless mode. In Time Trial, your goal is to get to the bottom as quick as possible. In this mode there are eight courses you can try out, three of which are unlockable.
The second game mode is titled Race, which is intended to be the game's multiplayer mode (though technically the player can play by him or herself). This mode, like Time Trial, has pre-created courses, and the goal is to get to the bottom before the other player does. In this mode, one player will control the paper plane with the d-pad while the other will use the face buttons on the other side of the handheld. The color of player number one's paper plane is blue, while player number two's is red. Instead of getting a game over when hitting something, the player will be revived a couple of seconds later.