because, after all, PC game development is very standardized like consoles, and if a bug appears or doesn't appear on one computer it will be the same for every other computer, and hobbyists obviously have the money and resources for detailed bug testing. sarcasm aside, it does appear you don't grasp how difficult it is to create a bug-free anything ever - even if you have good testing. he's just one guy, and for all you know, for him and his testers, whatever game-breaking issues you ran into never surfaced. If you don't want to put your money where your mouth is and hire LakeFeperd a quality assurance team, stop acting like you're entitled to have a bug-free day 1 experience on a fucking freeware fangame. (being bug-free is hard enough for AAA developers with huge budgets!) just report the bug and move on with your day.