They tried so hard and it looked like a good project.
Then the developer probably got pulled back to reality.
Or stopped caring.
A ♥♥♥♥ ton of potential put to nothing.
The developer is apparently "working hard" to produce another update, despite the latest update being pushed out in October. A lot of work being put over the month for some, what on paper and generally schematically are pretty simplistic upgrades. Including, but not limited to - physics for houses, UI overhaul, more guns and the ability to dismantle guns.
To what I say, pointless. All of this could've been done within a month, and the idea of him working alone and taking this large amount of time is discouraging and brings me to believe the developer is simply an amateur.
Regardless, I paid for it. Don't exactly enjoy the fact I paid for it when the project at time looked promising with a friendly developer, who ended up taking the money and pulling a Stomping Land.
If you don't have the time and resources to manage a project, it's best not to put it on Steam.