Nah, I actually do think that they deserve more than I paid. And I'm a bit worried that the whole Indie movement may not be sustainable (at least not without a huge loss of quality) if the current pricing trends continue. But I'm also on a very tight budget at the moment, and saving a dollar very literally means half a loaf of bread in our kitchen.
Haha, I'm just being facetious. I know a dollar can be a big difference for people. Still disappointed this isn't selling better, because a dollar can be a big difference for the developers in the bundle too.
Yep. I really like Kyttaro's approach to the bundle, BIAB is probably the bundle with the highest chance to find a hidden gem (and it will even be DRM-free). I wish I could give them (and the devs) what I think they deserve - but right now I just can't justify it, and me buying the bundle for a dollar is probably still better for them than me not buying it at all.
I'm currently massively torn over the pricing developments in the Indie scene. One part of me simply wants to get the best deal, in order to save money for more important stuff. Another part has a bad conscience towards the devs. Then there's a third part that looks at the bigger picture and that is worried about an eventual demise of high-quality indie games as a result of the current price dumping. And there's even a fourth part that sees bargain hunting as a game and simply enjoys sniping the best price.
Those parts are constantly quarreling with each other, and I think in my previous posts in this thread, the fourth part had obtained the lead, so your comment wasn't unwarranted.