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It moves and behaves much like a normal thrown paper plane and attacks by merely crashing into the player's Arwing. Strangely enough, these planes are as big if not bigger than the Arwing itself.
When the paper plane comes on-screen, they will first appear average pieces of paper before folding into planes.
As such, these enemies don't pose any real threat by themselves. However, these enemies can come in large groups and swarm the entire screen making things hectic.
Originally, game designer Shigeru Miyamoto wanted them to fold into paper cranes, but due to the Super FX chip's graphics limitations, it was declared impossible.