Have you ever wished there was a way you could practice origami folds without using paper? The Folds-Origami game on Kongregate lets you virtually fold paper to make a medium triangle, a taco, a torch, a diamond, a Chinese finger trap, and more. While the game would probably be too easy for someone who has been practicing origami for many years, it's very entertaining for a beginner or an intermediate level paper folder. I can even see it being useful as a teaching tool if you are working with a group of children who want to learn origami.
To play Folds-Origami, you simply click your mouse on the corner of the paper you want to fold and drag it to the correct area. The game tracks the number of folds you've used and you must create the desired shape within the correct number of folds in order to advance to the next level. I found the sound effects a bit annoying, but you can either mute your computer's speakers or turn these options off in the game menu if they bother you.
Photo courtesy of Kongregate.