Reckless cat simulator Catlateral Damage will arrive on European PS4s this Monday, 13th June.
It's the end of May already which, frankly, is terrifying. E3 lurks menacingly round the corner like a big, exciting criminal who wants to take our wallets and maybe punch us in the face a bit. Only, in a good way.
First-person feline simulator Catlateral Damage will arrive on PC, Mac and Linux via Steam on 27th May.
First-person cat-sim Catlateral Damage is now on Kickstarter where it's a whisker's length from its $40K goal at $36,912. With 17 days to go before its 11th July deadline, it's as good as funded.
Steam has accepted its latest batch of 50 titles on its Greenlight service, including a couple of recent feline-based favourites.
Catlateral Damage developer Chris Chung has detailed some of the upcoming additions to the commercial build of his first-person cat simulator.
If you're anything like me, you probably spend much of your time wondering what your cat is thinking about. And until someone creates a human/feline telepathy device we'll never know. But if you simply want to play as a cat then indie developer Chris Chung has you covered.