Just outside of Boston, in Arlington Massachusetts lives an up and coming game developer Chris Chung who looks to make players see things through the eyes of a crazy house cat with his newest game, Catlateral Damage. Catlateral Damage is a first person cat simulator where your goal is to knock as many items in the house to the ground. Now, this might not sound like something you would think would be fun but give it a chance, you’ll be glad you did. Plus, you’ve got to support our hometown developers!
Catlateral Damage is currently in Alpha and is making its way through Steam Greenlight.But if you’re not convinced and want to try your hand at the game before you give it your vote, go ahead and try it out on the official Catlateral Damage website. So once you’ve played it and you’re ready to give it your vote head on over to the Steam Greenlight page on the steam site or client. Catlateral Damage was originally created as a part of the 7DFPS game jam in August of 2013. Once the game passes through Steam Greenlight the full game will release later this year with more levels and objects to swat off the shelves.