Have you ever wondered how the Special Thanks section in a game's credits is formed? There are people who's help had significant positive impact on a game project but who were not participating in actual development process nor making one-time work related to the production of this game.
I want to inform you that there is Special Thanks section in the credits of the Titanium Hound game now, and you can get your name inside it in two different ways:
(1) Draw large amount of attention to the game (or its demo version), using posts in various social networks or forums. What could these posts be? For example, a video or an article with a game guide or review, a beautiful video or a screenshot. The main thing is not to try to impose such a post aggressively, but collect a lot of likes and comments in such post. Whether the help to the project will be significant will be clear, if the number of fans of the game increases noticeably soon after the post was made.
(2) Find a critical bug in the game (or its demo version), and describe the steps to reproduce it in as much detail as possible. If I didn't know about such bug at all, or was aware of it, but did not know under what conditions it arises, then your detailed description will be considered a significant help to the project. Different people evaluate the criticality of errors in different ways, so send everything that you consider critical, and I will sort each individual case out separately.
At the time of publication of this post, there is only one person in the Special Thanks section. I hope that over time the size of the section will increase.