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Cardboard Utopia was started from the belief that the best, most cherished games are the ones that engage you through gameplay, story, and characters. Games that are not just flashy experiences that leave your thoughts once you put down the controller, but make you think, plan, question and discuss. These are the things that create memories for future years. These are the types of games we make.

Founded in Montreal, Quebec, the game development capital of Canada, we are currently developing a Tactical JRPG that plays off our love of classic games like Shining Force and Final Fantasy Tactics, but with a modern, boardgame twist.


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Game Announcement on Paper Droids

Jason Kim - Dev

The fine folks over at Paper Droids have posted our announcement for WAR OF ZODIARCS! It's a pretty good write-up. Also, she seems to love Nahmi's design. Awesome!

War Of The Zodiarcs Is Bringing Back The Tactical JRPG

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