One of the reasons Tearaway does such a good job of emulating papercraft, is that nothing goes into the game if it can't be built in real life.
Everything that appears in the game is cut, folded, and glued together before it ever gets translated to digital, and Media Molecule is hopeful that the creativity will be contagious. Alongside the game, a website, tearaway.me, is being developed where Tearaway fans and talented papercrafters can post and share their work. it will also be where novice papercrafters can download plans to build objects from the game. Media Molecule doesn't have an exact release date for when the site will be live, but it should be soon.
Tearaway is coming exclusively to PlayStation Vita on November 22. For more on the game, check out our extensive hands-on preview of the game.
[Source: PlayStation Blog]