A downloadable game for Windows

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Box Kid Adventures is a dynamic, top-down puzzle game.
You play as Box Kid – a toy made of cardboard – going through various levels, full of nasty enemies and brain challenging puzzles.

"In the age of electronics, the toy-robots became kids favourite playthings. However, a young, ambitious designer, created a new toy. A Kid. A Box Kid! A toy made out of cardboard. A toy that should breathe life into the world of imagination. But the company's CEO wasn't impressed by that idea and he threw Box Kid into the garbage chute... But was that the real reason? Unveil the truth, as you help Box Kid discover his destiny!"


...simple but deep gameplay, that really captures the spirit of the 8-bit era.


...beautiful, cartoon graphics in Hi-Definition.


...75 various levels, full of nasty enemies and brain challenging puzzles.


...your own levels, with the built-in level editor.


...to unlock new characters and levels.


...the destiny of a cute cardboard hero.

Release date Jan 28, 2020
Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars
(2 total ratings)
AuthorT-Rex Interactive
Made withGameMaker
Tags2D, Colorful, Cute, GameMaker, Hand-drawn, Level Editor, Singleplayer, Top-Down
Average sessionA few minutes
LanguagesEnglish, Polish
InputsKeyboard, Mouse, Gamepad (any)
AccessibilityConfigurable controls
LinksSteam, Homepage, Steam, Twitter, YouTube, Twitch


Buy Now$9.99 USD or more

In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $9.99 USD. You will get access to the following files:

box-kid-adventures-windows.zip 84 MB
Version 1.0.3

Download demo

box-kid-adventures-demo-windows.zip 84 MB
Version 1.0.3

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Reminds me a little bit of Chip's Challenge, which is a good thing.

they shoot eachother just dodge their bullets and make one infront of him who shoots . Pazma burst at hudgames so cool

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We're sorry that this happened. We're working on fixing it as soon as possible.


The update on the demo appears to have fixed the problem.


This brings me memories from Robbo Millenium.