Explore a unique science fantasy world made entirely out of Cardboard.
CardLife: Creative Survival is a massively multiplayer role-playing game made and published by Freejam. Explore a magical Cardboard world alone or play online with friends and encounter complete strangers! Visit epic castles, villages, mazes, statues and other fantastical creations created by other players. Experience full creative freedom with our hand drawn crafting system. Create completely unique weapons, tools and characters. Limitless creativity awaits! Imps and Robots! Dinosaurs and Energy Swords! Cardlife is a creative survival game which allows for multiple genres to collide and embrace the strengths from each genre.
Release Date: 28 Feb, 2019
Genre: Action, Adventure, Indie, Massively Multiplayer, RPG
CardLife: Creative Survival
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OS: Win 7
OS: Win 10
- Explore a unique science fantasy world made entirely out of Cardboard.
- Incredible Community Creations to be discovered on Official Online Servers.
- Innovative hand drawn crafting system.
- Increase your stats by defeating powerful cardboard creatures.
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CardLife: Creative Survival Review
CardLife is an online multiplayer survival game set in a cardboard Science Fantasy world. Play by yourself or with others as you explore a fully editable hand crafted world. As you journey to the centre of the island, you’ll encounter dangerous creatures looking to make a light snack out of you. As you defeat various enemies they’ll drop souls which you can use to enchant gear and weapons to make your character more powerful. Work your way up to become powerful enough to defeat a terrifying raptor or the Age 2 surface droid. Encounter and battle a host of fantastical creatures and craft your own creations using our unique Connect the Dots crafting system where you can draw customisable cardboard shapes that slot together to create new Tools, Building Prefabs, and Weapons. This game is *not* Minecraft. If you got it for that reason, you're going to be disappointed. This game plays more like a cardboard cutout (literally) version of Ark. If you enjoyed that game, you'll probably enjoy this one.