Hmm, let's review: So yes, you did insinuate that anyone on my side of the discussion IS a greedy, self-entiteld, whining, immature child, not that our "disrespect" (as you call it) is such. How are we disrespecting him exactly? Is it not disrespectful to take advantage of the people who trust the very nature of indie games (not saying that trusting all indie gamers is wise, just that people tend to trust them more than big name publishers because they generally seem to care more about their fans and less about the money, at least that has been my limited experience dabbling in indie game purchasing)? He presented himself as an indie developer who cared about his community. The fact that even a single person got this impression of him means that he gave that impression (regardless of his intent). He is asking for our trust when he sells us an unfinished product and starts listing all the great things he has planned for said project. I don't care if the monetary amount was $2 or $200, he still sold his product and therefore has an obligation to his consumers/customers to make sure they're happy. Oh, he doesn't have to make sure we're happy, but the fact that he's asking us to purchase his potential new product is just kinda ridiculous if he's going to ignore that his decision did have a rather large backlash. He's really kinda shot himself in the foot here, to be honest. He had something great going for him. A great moneymaking game that won indie game of the year and a huge and loyal fanbase that was supporting him and would have supported him for a long time to come. His abandonment of Terraria and lack of communication after the fact (except for that whole "chillaxin" thing) is just idiotic! Why piss on your future customers? If he had stuck it out with Terraria, or at least made a better decision than this one, I would have been glad to support him in his future games if they were of any interest to me! Now? Hell no. I'm not going to take a gamble with my money like that, no matter how paltry the amount. $10 goes a long way for some people. ETA: Also, I'm not demanding more, I just feel that he insinuated we would be getting more, which is his own fault. Leaving us hanging at this point is tantamount to failing in his obligation to his customers. He's free to do that, if that's what he wants to do, but he seriously can't expect all of us to be like sheep and follow him over to his next project mindlessly and just fork over more of our money for another project that he might abandon.