Weird how a majority of users who commented all created their account on the same day hmm...
They're Reddit trash that flood into game pages looking for freebies. They don't actually play anything they grab and just hoard it. They care not for the devs behind the games or actually helping them out.
I'm gonna give this a quick go and help the devs out how I can. Gotta offset the trash with a great deal of positivity :)
Just because people from Reddit are here, you don't need to call them trash. Atleast the game is more popular now since downloads increased.
Edit: For the record, I'm one of the so-called 'Reddit-trash' and if you could direct your eyes away from your bulging ego, you could see that I have left a pretty big review.
This is hardly the place to defend such a grotesque mockery of a website on the internet.
Reddit is filled with trash and they (unfortunately) outnumber the handful of decent people on the site.
Reddit 'free game' subreddits often promote ASF (afk automatic farming of Steam cards on multiple accounts without acually playing games) and thereby directly promote a culture of hoarding games without actually playing them (or exploiting the systems for profit above all else).
It is the very worst of 'min-max' gamer culture combined with the very worst people on the internet.
I stand by my statement when I proclaim that Reddit is trash. Having a tiny handful of diamonds inside a steaming mountain of filth doesn't make the filth any less filthy.
The dev needs promo but they don't need Reddit trash spewing on their game page. Just play the game or bugger off because there are no trading cards or achievements or other crap to exploit here.
Then of course Reddit was one of the most prominent places to find promotions for G2A/Kinguin/etc key-reseller sites that engage in rampant wholesale criminal activity and theft that DIRECTLY impacts indie devs by putting the devs on the hook for massive chargeback fees!
It wasn't until some prominent YouTubers got the word out (most notably TotalBiscuit) that awareness finally got people to stop seeing those types of key-reseller sites as anything but illegitimate trash.