As always really nice update...
You should think about your PR policy though.
It's nice that you have a "release often" policy, and I am definitely not advising you to change that, but "spamming" every gaming news site with an big announcement of a new version (often giving it big release numbers, 2009, 2010 etc implying that a huge improvement has taken place, which is only partially true) is starting to annoy me (and I guess others) a bit. That and cutting and pasting the news everywhere doesn't help so much either.
I understand that you want to promote your nice game, and that writing sensible, individual messages for 100reds of websites is not really feasible, but it would be very nice if you could tone down your PR for minor releases a bit (for example only posting in the same thread, not starting a new one).
Big releases will get individual news coverage anyway (which is more inviting to new users also), and minor releases will not really attract new users, since by now just about everyone interested in such a game should know about it.
So if you want to make sure your existing playerbase updates the game, why not think about integrating an auto-update function? This wouls make updating also much more convenient, as right now every time I see you releasing a new version I think: "ahh not again the hassle of a manual update, for so little changes".
But keep up the great work on the game (and maybe rethink your media license
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