akist wrote:If the alpha version is as unfinished as you have described, then I would say that "preorder" is actually more like "investment", you are not paying to receive a product in the near future. Rather you are investing into the development of a product and you are taking a big risk that it might never be completed. At least with your "preorder" investment you should become a partner since you are funding its development and also taking the risk of losing all your investment, ie receiving nothing in return, since you said that the alpha version is not even fit for a demo. So if it all goes belly up you will end up with nothing to show for it. "Preorder" would make more sense if the product was in its final development stages, for example CDs being pressed and distributed around warehouses, and backed up by a big company.
Korban3 wrote:Well maybe I do. Maybe I think you're such an old member in the community that you're getting Forum Senility.
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