When we first saw Catlateral Damage earlier this year, I thought it was a fun little game, a kind of spiritual successor to the Katamari series only instead of cleaning up, you're just a cat wrecking stuff. Because that's the kind of thing cats do (speaking from experience here). Today, developer Chris Chung launched a Kickstarter to raise $40,000 to develop a full version of the game for Windows, Mac, Linux and Ouya.
Chris is working with Fire Hose Games (the folk behind games like Slam Bolt Scrappers) to help flesh out the game for a full retail release. If you haven't played the free version of Catlateral Damage, then definitely check it out -- I've said before that if you get to play an alpha or early version of a Kickstarter project, it can really help sway your decision to back or not.
There's also a tasty-looking, limited-edition $40 backer tier that will get you some Steam codes for a bunch of indie titles for the likes of Goat Simulator, Stanley Parable, and Octodad.
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