Contrast developer Compulsion Games has blast through its first stretch goal for the We Happy Few Kickstarter.
The stretch goal enhances the drug feature in the game with extra effects and more drug types. The next stretch goal is a Sandbox Mode, and $280,000 is needed in order for the feature to be included.
The game will now also be released on Mac and Linux which should please users of either.
With three days left for the crowd-funding campaign, and CAD$269,000 ($222,751 US) pledged by over 6,000 backers.
To celebrate the first stretch goal and the added Mac and Linux support, Uncle Jack has released Part Two of his Nighty Night: The Pied Piper of Hamlyn show.