Apple Inc. has released its first free iPhone game since 2008 and its stars billionaire Warren Buffet tossing newspapers, of all things.

“Warren Buffet’s Paper Wizard” has you tossing papers to earn "Warren Bucks" based on your delivery skills. Is it training for would-be billionaires? The jury’s still out on this one.

This homage to Buffet’s humble beginnings has you deliver newspapers in both Omaha, Nebraska (Buffet’s home) and Cupertino, California (Apple’s home).

The game is inspired by Buffet’s time delivering newspapers door-to-door for The Washington Post at Washington D.C. when Buffet was a teen. This for-real scenario has since morphed into a game held at many of Berkshire Hathaway’s annual shareholder meetings.

Those that challenged Buffet at these Paper Wizard contests tried to throw a rolled-up newspaper 35 feet from the start line. Their target was the porch of a modular home set-up inside the convention center at these shareholder meetings. Anyone who got their newspaper closer to the door than Buffett won a Dairy Queen Dilly Bar.

Among those who’ve taken part are Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates and Apple’s Tim Cook.

After his paper toss, Cook suggested Buffett could have a newspaper-tossing iPhone game. Many laughed. It now turns out Cook wasn’t kidding and now iPhone users have "Warren Buffet’s Paper Wizard." Berkshire Hathaway, by the way, owns 5 percent of Apple.

MacRumors said "Paper Wizard" is first game Apple has released since 2008 when it developed an iPhone-friendly version of its iPod, Texas Hold'em. The game was developed by Apple and a company named Wildlife Design.

Nebraska - Warren Buffett (Reuters) Nebraska: Warren Buffett ($85 billion) The “Oracle of Omaha” is the CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, a multinational conglomerate that owns Geico, Duracell, Fruit of the Loom, Dairy Queen and other well-known brands. Despite his vast fortune, Buffett is personally very frugal: He still lives in the Omaha home he bought in 1958 for $31,000. He’s also dedicated to philanthropy: Buffett, 87, has committed to giving away 99 percent of his wealth. Through the Giving Pledge, he urges other billionaires to donate at least half their fortune to charity, as well. Photo: Reuters

Here’s how the App Store described Warren Buffet’s Paper Wizard:

“Think you can toss a newspaper like the legendary Warren Buffett? Test your paper-flinging skills as you make your way from the streets of Omaha, Nebraska, all the way to Cupertino, California. Avoid vehicles and birds as you deliver papers to buildings near and far. Will anyone collect enough Warren Bucks to dethrone the Paper Wizard? Probably not.”