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We do our best, but a clearly fantasy Kickstarter is on its way later this year. There's only so much we have time to create, we do mean to keep high quality services even if it penalises with less growth. As Angelos often says We'll get there"! :blush:

 

We are Funded and 1st Stretch Goal reached, let's make this a great project!  :D

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Thank you!!! ::D:

 

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