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Fast, long range and simple, the HyperAttacker is an aerodynamic dart paper airplane derived from the popular Attacker X by TriKdanG. Requiring only a sheet of paper, the HyperAttacker can easily serve as a replacement for the antiquated "classic dart" most children are familiar with. For greater speed, the HyperAttacker can also be optionally taped.

The HyperAttacker was developed from the Attacker X to supplant the similar Spartan paper airplane. Substantial modifications were made to the Attacker X to strengthen its wings, secure its nose and allow it to sit stable on the ground (preventing damage). For the sake of simplicity, the Attacker X's winglets were deleted. Flight testing showed the new HyperAttacker to be an able design and it was cleared for publication soon afterward.

TAA USAF Designation: F434-1

Step 1: Materials

Picture of Materials

Required:

1 Piece of 8.5 by 11 inch paper

Optional:

Tape (recommended for faster speed)

Scissors (additional surfaces only)

Ruler (additional surfaces only)

Pencil

ddibling made it!1 year ago

Nice plane! Very study nose...not too worried about banging it up while flying.

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Matlek2 years ago

Nice! I've seen on your account that you are specialized in paper airplanes, it would be nice if you add a small video or a gif of the flying planes on each article, so we can compare them!

OrigamiAirEnforcer (author)  Matlek2 years ago

Flight videos and even video tutorials are ideas I have mulled over, but never proceeded with thus far. Based on some current events, this may change in the future.

-OAE