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Catlateral Damage Greenlit for Steam, Knocking Over PCs Everwhere

by Joey Davidson | January 22, 2014January 22, 2014 7:30 pm PST

Creator Chris Chung’s interesting mess maker featuring the perspective of a standard issue housecat will officially be available on the Steam platform whenever it eventually releases. Catlateral Damage, along with 49 other indie games, has been greenlit.

In Catlateral Damage players play a cat aiming to wander around a room and knock stuff onto the floor. Yep, cat owners know what’s up. The more you knock down, the more points you earn and the higher your score gets in a two minute time limit.

There’s more content and modes to be added to this experience, but you can play its barebones alpha form right now in your browser or as a standalone executable for Windows, Mac and Linux. Do so right here.

While pricing has not been announced for Catlateral Damage just yet, we’ll be able to get our litter encrusted paws on it sometime this year.

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Joey Davidson

Joey Davidson leads the gaming department here on TechnoBuffalo. He's been covering games online for more than 10 years, and he's a lover of all...

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