VasiliyRS wrote:There is lack of information about their toolkit, what are they doing - a game, an engine or all together, what license it will be released under and what will be released etc. I think we should interview them.
This is precisely why a bunch of people don't take donations, actually. People have expectations when they invest money, even if its a small amount. Independent developers don't tend to like to have deadlines, and we really don't like it when people expect way too much of us.dark wrote:If I donate money to something I want to be able to harvest the investment in the near future. I think this is true of many people. For example, Duranik never asked for money so I don't care how long it took them to create their graphically impressive game. But, when Redspot charged people for the Sturmwind pre-orders, lots of people got very upset with the delays because it interfered with their reasonably held expectations when they made the investment of their money.
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