A downloadable game for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux

Step in the shoes of a not-so-ordinary cardboard box while it tries to deal with its new founded power: its consciousness! The game is a puzzle-platformer that you have to break free from a office/company/factory/administrative building full of guards and other boxes. You can mess around with lots of devices that are in there to aid your escape.

This game was made by savi and guimm(Guilherme) for the "My First Game Jam: Summer Edition" Jam.

contact: leo.savis@gmail.com

"I am glad that I participated in this Jam. Even though the game still have some issues, like the need of a better closure or the fact that the music resets all the time, I really liked the result, and definitely learned a lot about Unity while making it (even though savi made the majority of the programing). Maybe I will continue working on the game in the future, who knows? ( ゚ヮ゚)/ "

- guimm

More information

Published94 days ago
PlatformsWindows, Mac OS X, Linux
Authorsguimm, Savi
Tags2D, Pixel Art, Puzzle-Platformer
Player countSingleplayer

Install instructions

recomended resolution: 1024 x 768


Out of the Box.zip (48 MB)


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i'm absolutely loving this game! the puzzles and platforming are very well done -- messing around and exploring feels free and fun! -- and the graphics are clean and stylized in a really pleasant way. everything about this game is just so charming! great job!! c:

ownt, thank you for playing too! c:

I hope you don't mind, but I am making a Youtube video of this

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I don't mind at all.

Actually, can you give me the name of your channel? because I want to see it (^▽^)/

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It's up now. My Channel is Emmitt Morris. your game is my first video, so don't be too harsh. It might take a bit of time to get things right

Can you check out mine too. It will be up on 'Rumbly Dragoon' later today. I'm quite small and most of my videos I made a few years ago when I was quite young, but I'm trying to reinvent myself. Also, great work. I'm an amateur game dev, so I know how hard it is so good on you! This shows real commitment, and imense skills!