Tengami isn’t quite like any game we’ve seen. It’s based on the idea of a pop-up book and set in a sort of mythical feudal Japan. You control a young Japanese man — although the actual details of the plot remain to be unfolded as the story progresses, with very minimal exposition and even fewer directions.
It plays out, in fact, a bit like a dream: you unfold the landscape and wander through it, solving puzzles and collecting items to advance to the next stage of the story. And everything works as it would in a pop-up book: tabs that can be pulled allow you to removed obstacles and move items, and standing on glowing portals allows you to turn the page, collapsing the current scene and reopening the next.
Beautiful Tengami papercraft game plays like a dream [CNet]