A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux

A girl makes an airplane out of a cardboard box and discovers it can fly

So she travels the world keeping the midnight stars held high



My first released game, made mostly by me and some help from friends and family.

Inspired by the album An Airplane Carried Me to Bed by Sky Sailing

Soundtrack by Sky Sailing, Windsor Airlift and Adam Young.

This is an experimental game and contains copyright material, each of the few used assets belong to their proper owner

I hope ya'll enjoy playing this game as much as i enjoyed making it, maybe even more. I'm super proud of how it turned out, gosh that took a while XD


Contact: ProxyArtsJo@gmail.com

FB page: https://www.facebook.com/ProxyArtsJo/

Art style taken from Extra Credits, the gnarly YouTube channel that teaches game design and history


Gameplay Notes:

  • Press Esc to pause, i didn't include it in the tutorial cause my brother suggested i don't :L
  • When in the Pause Menu, input won't work and you'll have to hit the Continue Button to get back (I tried fixing the error, it wouldn't get fixed...)

More information

Published33 days ago
StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux
Release date24 days ago
AuthorProxy
GenreAdventure
Tags2D, calm, Cute, Female Protagonist, flying, godot-engine, imagination, Music, Singleplayer, sky-sailing
Average sessionA few minutes
LanguagesEnglish
InputsKeyboard, Mouse

Install instructions

The game will create a small file called "CardboardCaptainSave.dat", always keep this file in the same folder as the main game, otherwise the game starts over

Download

Download
CadrboardCaptainWin64.exe (84 MB)
Download
CadrboardCaptainWin32.exe (81 MB)
Download
CadrboardCaptainMac.zip (87 MB)
Download
CardboardCaptainLinux.deb (92 MB)
Download
Developer's Commentary.pdf (1 MB)

Development log

Comments

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The undead one was here. :3

YOU ACTUALLY KEPT UP WITH THE RELEASE DATE FASTER THAN I DID XD

i'm about to announce it now X} how is it though, does it work?