Joe Ayoob throws a John Collins design, officially breaking the world record by 19 feet, 6 inches. The new world record, once verified by Guinness, will be 226 feet, 10 inches.
Drag and drop the green dots with your mouse in order to plot the flight path for your paper plane. Try to collect all the stars and avoid clouds and stuff.
Here's a neat trick you can try at home. Make a paper airplane and fly it around your stove indefinitely. Just don't burn your kitchen down.
What are the chances of that ever happening again?
Folds is an origami puzzle game. Try to fold the paper into the right shape without going over the fold limit!
Check out this printer's neat little trick.
How far can you fly the paper airplane. My best was 66. Make sure to get the plane out the window!
Kittens sure do know how to get into mischief. This one makes quite a mess.
This guy makes a paper airplane and throws it out a highrise building.