1: It's not a game 2: It's their right to act however they want, whether your subjective opinion clashes with their objective opinion, or not - but I agree it is not worth arguing with someone's subjective opinion, so I do not. 3: I think that it is perfectly acceptable to point out the obvious to those who do not see a brick wall, when they are running into one. Fine to enjoy something. Go ahead...but it is not a game...perhaps an interactive simulation on how to waste money? Not sure, but most certainly not a game. False equivalence. And...I sincrely hope you do not interact in this simulation, believing you are some sort of actual astronut, because you are not and never will be. Which, I suppose is very similar to this attempt at being a game, actually being a game with real developers and real publishing houses, with real deadlines and real reviews and real launch times. It is completely your right to spend your money in anyway you wish - but this is not a game, until it gets a release with critical reviews (and until that time) - you are funding someone elses' personal pet project with no guarantees and no promises. I've said this many times (probably in this thread) if they had a decent business plan, they would not have gone to kickstarter, because the bank would have lent them the money and put them in touch with business partners to push projects to completion (to protect their interests) and it would have been released by now, with TONNES of feedback to ascertain what sort of functionality they need to focus on for the future. Instead of guesswork, you would have credible data to plot out a real game with real game mechanics that the fans asked for. Not even an office temp is this petulant.