In a world made of cardboard…
Contest alert: Win a free copy of CardLife for Steam!
Our world is made up of atoms and molecules and organic stuff and it’s kind of stupid. Don’t believe me? Take one look at a blobfish and tell me that’s normal. It’s not.
But imagine if the world were made entirely of cardboard, and you had to use scissors to cut out your head and run around ripping things to cardboard shreds for supplies and materials to survive. Now, doesn’t that sound better?
In CardLife, you won’t have to imagine this world, because it already exists. Win yourself a free copy so you can join in! Just avoid paper cuts…
CardLife is the new multiplayer open world game where everything is made of cardboard. Animals? Cardboard. Trees? Still cardboard. Even your face is cardboard! I’ll let developer Freejam tell you about it:
CardLifeis an online science fantasy survival game. Play by yourself or with others as you explore a fully editable cardboard world. Mine for resources, fight fantastical creatures and bring your imagination tolifeas you draw everything you craft.
We like to think ofCardLifeas the world’s first survival game made entirely out of cardboard and our Connect The Dots customisation system is one of the most powerful in-game editors available in any online game. Players can draw everything from scratch freehand with the mouse, including their own player character, weapon, tools, buildings, and more.
- Play singleplayer, host your own server, or play one of our many official dedicated servers
- Extensive Mod Support – all game files inCardLifeare easily editable, allowing players to create all new experiences.
- A vast and diverse open world including a cavernous underground that can be explored to discover new creatures and resources
- Regular updates every month add new game features and content
This game is honestly pretty cool looking, and is one of the few times I wish I had gotten into PCs as a kid. Someone draw a taco for me and use it as a weapon.
To enter to win, comment below telling us the first thing you’re going to draw (other than the taco, of course), and what you’re going to use it for. I’m drawing a shield using Sir Elton John’s head to help protect me from evildoers and bad music.
We have six Early Access keys to give out; winners will be drawn (teehee) Saturday, October 13. Make sure you comment using a Dtoid account that has your current email address on file. If I can’t email you, you’ll have to use the Donnie Osmond shield I drew, which won’t help you much.