A further half-century of games got their stamps of approval from Steam Greenlight this week, just a fortnight after the last batch of 50. Among the highlights this time around is Catlateral Damage, the pet project of designer Chris Chung in which you play a cheeky cat knocking objects off surfaces. Speaking as the owner of two kittens who are already experts at this game, here's to reversing roles when it launches later this year.

Another game with a feline(ish) flavor is Rain World, a stealth platformer starring a white slugcat (looks like it sounds) who hops around a grim industrial backdrop. The stylish presentation of the Windows PC and Mac game helped push it to its $25,000 funding goal on Kickstarter, and designers Joar Jakobsson and James Primate hope to reach $50,000 to enlist help in switching to a more modern dev tool and facilitating a Linux port.

A full list of the this week's Greenlight-ed games is available here.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.