Apple hasn’t made a game in 11 years, and at the first opportunity they get they’ve created a newspaper-throwing game and slapped Warren Buffett’s name on it.

Warren Buffet's Paper Wizard

Warren Buffett’s Paper Wizard was created in honor of Warren Buffett, the billionaire investor. The game plays exactly like Paperboy from the retro console Atari, except with newer, shinier pixels. Essentially, you’re delivering newspapers on doorsteps in both Cupertino and Omaha. Upon completion of a level, your bicycle starts flying and you’re tossing as many newspapers as you could.

The idea began as a sort of joke between Tim Cook and Warren Buffett. During the Berkshire-Hathaway meeting in Omaha, Warren began pitching app ideas to which Cook responded by recommending a “paperboy-like” game based on Warren’s earliest career.

Warren Buffet’s Paper Wizard is free to download and play on the App Store. It’s simple, intuitive and doesn’t have any microtransactions.


Haider Ali Khan is an entrepreneur from Perth, Western Australia. He is the Owner and Editor-in-Chief of iLounge.