First of all: I love Desktop Dungeons, being a huuuuuuge fan of the many "alpha" versions.
Having just purchased the "support-the-dev" version of the full game/beta though, I have to say: WTF guys?!
Nowhere on the purchase page did it indicate that I was purchasing only an account to play a web-game, rather than a "proper game" (you know, some files in a nice .zip that I can put on my laptop and play without internet connectivity).
This is a deal breaker given my current terrible internet connection, and it's really frustrating/annoying/infuriating to buy something only to find out that "full game" and "closed beta" actually just means "in-browser webgame".
Will the final game at least be available as a proper game, stand-alone binary?
I should mention that in the past I have e.g purchased an account for Captain Forever -- I'm not completely averse to paying for browser-only games! But in that case it was VERY clear that I was purchasing an account rather than a game.
I take issue with (a) not making it clear that this is an in-browser webgame -- and that the Unity plug-in will be required, and (b) it being Unity- rather than Flash-based -- one bloated memory-hogging browser-crashing plugin is quite enough for me thanks! It seems especially galling given that the "alpha" version was a proper easily-USB-stickable .exe.
Anyway... I can't wait for the full version, which will hopefully be something I can keep nice and safe on my hard-drive.
Until then I guess I'll just wait patiently