That would be okay if there *was* a full version of the game already. Lack of a full version or even enough of a game to constitute a first chapter on the other hand makes it seem like you're overly greedy. =/ Especially given there's a planned second set of girls which, judging by your current business model, you have every intention of charging extra for. You haven't even completed the first set of characters and you're trying to put out a 'demo' for an incomplete game. Demos are for when the game is done.
We wanted to see with the demo how people react to it, if things have to be done differently or changed. i have already changed the beginning based on feedback and we will add things there as well. Call it a preview, call it a demo, in the end it's a quibble. in the end it would be a lot more work to make changes in a full version than it is now in the development process. May be we will add the final image based on the feedback. We still have to discuss that. To accuse us of being greedy just because we are cautious and don't want to give everything away for free is a shame. I don't know if you are a developer yourself or know how much life time it can take to develop games but I can tell you that we have fun developing it and don't want to offend anyone.
It has also been written above what the content of the demo is since the first day.
We will then present our sales model when the game is finished. because showing people what is planned is not a problem for me either?
It's nice that you're extrapolating information with at least some accuracy, but you missed what was said. Your model so far makes it look like you are greedy - this isn't to say you are, but you're using the model of a drug dealer here - which would work if you had a finished product, but you don't - in that you're giving people a small taste for free, just enough to try and hook us, but not enough to truly expose us to what it'd be like. Not that your game is likely to destroy lives, unlike Genshin Impact, but it's a decent enough comparison. 'First one's free, pay for the rest' is a common trope used in a lot of very sketchy and very unhealthy business models, both in gaming and outside of it.
Thanks for your opinion and playing the game. I hope you understand that i won't talk about such things here. Especially when people say we are greedy and compare our release model with drug dealers even before there are any prices. We will continue to update the demo based on feedback and then see how we proceeded. Have a nice day.