"I'm not superproud of how people keep saying they're addicted to it. That's not a point of pride for me," Vollmer said. "I wanted to make a game that you can spend time thinking about. A game with strategy and depth. And a game that fits mobile perfectly. But unfortunately it looks like when you combine all of those elements together it puts people in a place where they don't want to put the game down."
Despite these concerns, Asher is still proud of his creation, especially how small and simple the game is without unnecessary features.
The next set of updates will be expanding to other mobile platforms and languages so more people can play. For now, Vollmer will be relaxing and working on his next unspecified project.