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Catlateral Damage signed as Fire Hose Games' first accelerator project

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Kittymari Demolishy simulator Catlateral Damage is the first game announced as part of Fire Hose Games' accelerator/incubation program.

Catlateral Damage sailed through the Steam Greenlight process and won the People's Choice and Indie Prototype awards at the 2014 MassDigi Game Challenge.

The game's developer, Chris Chung, told us at the time that he was looking to get the game out soon, but he was dealing with promotion and pipeline issues common to indie development. It appears he'll be working with Fire Hose Games to get over that hurdle. The game in its current incarnation will be playable at the Indie Megabooth at PAX East this week.






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