exceeding its $40,000 goal with over $60,000. Developed by Chris Chung and published by Fire Hose Games as part of its accelerator/incubation program, the game is scheduled to nap until later this year and then suddenly spring into action on Steam.
We requested a comment from publisher Fire Hose Games on the Kickstarter conclusion in the form of a haiku. Their response was: "Kickstarter success / means cat game for all to play / thanks to our backers."
If you'd like to check out the game for yourself, there's a demo available on the Catlateral Damage site. The game won the People's Choice and Indie Prototype awards at the 2014 MassDigi Game Challenge