Early this year a game captured our attention by letting us experience life as a cat, and now it's crowdfunding cash to make a bigger and better version. The updated version of Catlateral Damage will feature the same destructive gameplay as the original demo, but fleshed out with plenty more features. "There's gonna be a ton of new stuff," says developer Chris Chung, "and I'm going to make this feel like you're a cat as much as possible." Those new features include procedurally generated rooms to destroy, additional cats with new abilities, and, most importantly, the ability to sit in a box and soak up the sun. Chung is aiming to raise $40,000 to complete the game, which is on track for release at the end of this year. It will be available on Windows, Mac, Linux, and Ouya.
First-person cat-simulator 'Catlateral Damage' is turning into a full game
"I'm going to make this feel like you're a cat as much as possible."