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My Nine Lives is a free game to raise funds for stray cats

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Here's your daily dose of something sweet. My Nine Lives from dev Marian Pekár is a free game aimed to create awareness and raise funds to help stray cats.

Pekár mentioned that their own cat, Max, was originally a stray kitten in bad shape "until fate brought us together". Not every story has a happy ending and there's plenty more strays around so Pekár decided to "use my knowledge and invest time and effort to build this game to raise money to help stray cats". This is where My Nine Lives comes in and they're hoping it helps in some small way.

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The game has both Linux and Windows builds available. While the cause is a noble one, the actual game is quite a sweet idea too. It's quite simple but it has an interesting idea that could easily be taken further.

You can find out more on the official site, where you can donate a sum towards the cause. The developer is using a transparent account to show how much money comes in and where it goes.

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