A quick video of playing Origami as a game. In this mode, free folding is restricted (you can only crease along foldlines that form part of the solution). This stops the player from getting too lost, and puts a cap on how far into complex crumply territory they can go. (Complex crumply territory is where all the bugs currently hang out).

This video also shows why translucency is important - it lets you see the pattern on both sides of the paper at once, so you have a better grasp of where the folds have to go.