GodisaGeek: "The camera is a wonderful inclusion, and I spent at least half a hour trying to get the perfect shot of a tree in the snow with a bird flying above it, which may sound like a complete waste of time, but you should see the final picture I got: it could win awards. Give me a camera in a shooter and I wont touch it once, nobody likes pictures of brown environments. Give me a camera in Tearaway and I will spend hours perfecting each picture, searching every corner of the environment for the perfect photo opportunity, and taking a few selfies along the way.
What the camera really does is reinforce the fact that the paper-craft world is the start of the show. Spending hours looking through the camera trying to get the perfect shot is a testament to how beautiful the world is. The use of paper could have gone horribly wrong, but it hasn’t. In fact, it couldn’t have been implemented any better. Everything in the world looks as if it could be made in the real world, just by folding, cutting and sticking paper – and it probably can. Never have I seen a world so wonderfully and realistically created. I wish I could have stayed in it longer."