Due to a variety of factors, including a borked social life, I'm going to be dropping off the internet for a bit. How long? No idea. What does this mean for LA3D? I might work on it here and there, but for the most part you may as well call it "on hold".
I am going to be honest, working on this thing all by my self for almost two years has left me drained, Dan is busy with college and doesn't have time to spend on a fan game, same with everyone who has attempted to program for me, more important things come up, and I honestly can't afford to hire some programmers full time to get this thing done. Do I want to quit? No, but at this point I think I would rather focus on things I can actually finish, Link's Awakening was a huge, complex game that had a full dev team working on it, not just one guy.
Again, lack of programmer support isn't the main reason why I'm going away for a bit, blame the BS that is my social life for that. For now, I'll probably finish up the eighth dungeon and maybe the egg, then release a pack of all the models I've completed, maybe someone who knows programming will be able to make use of it.
tl;dr: I'm stressed as Hell, putting LA3D on hold once I finish the last dungeon, will release a model pack, then I'm dropping off the internet for a bit.