The point-and-click title That Dragon, Cancer has been funded, and will hit you with all of the feels when it arrives.

Recently, That Dragon, Cancer had its Kickstarter not only fully funded, but surpassed by almost $20,000. Its goal was $85,000 and at its end, it had raised $104,491. Ryan Green, the mastermind behind it all built That Dragon, Cancer as a tribute to his five-year-old son who passed away earlier this year. The game showcases the trials and tribulations that the Greens and those around them went through while trying to give their dying son their all.

That Dragon, Cancer is described on its Kickstarter page as, "A videogame developer's love letter to his son; an adventure game to inspire us to love each other; a voice for those fighting cancer." Through playing the game, players will unlock memories specific to the Green family and their ordeal. The game is already critically acclaimed despite having only been shown in preview states, promising to be all that and more when it is finished. As long as you consider "all that and more" to mean an emotional journey about a family's very personal story.

Backers who funded the project with at least $15 will receive the game upon launch through a HumbleBundle code for PC/Mac/Linux (Steam) or Ouya.