Take on the role of a cat and do what cats do best — annoying the heck out of people — in Catlateral Damage, now on Steam. In this first-person cat simulator, players take on the role of a cat and attempt to knock as many objects as possible from high shelves and other inconvenient places. You’ll also be able to collect pictures of over 250 adorable real life cats!
Catlateral Damage is the brainchild of developer Chris Chung and began life as a project for the August 2013 7DFPS Game Jam. From there, the game garnered interest all over the Internet and even appeared on the sites of Time and NBC. All of this attention soon found Catlateral Damage a home on Steam Greenlight where it was voted through, and eventually funded via a successful Kickstarter campaign that garnered $61,000 from over 2400 backers.
Catlateral Damage is available now on Steam for both the PC and Mac for $9.99. For more info about the game, you can check out the developer’s website here.
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