Most my time these days is taken up by meetings and lawyers, accountants, banks, potential partners, potential employees, and the occasional interview. The few hours I do have to develop the game every now and then are mostly spent on looking into bugs and replying to emails.
All this non-development work will result in a much nicer working environment, with talented people helping out with development, an actual office, and a much better way to deal with support issues, bug reports and feature requests.
It's a good thing I didn't know how much work setting up a company would be when I started doing it..
The status right now is that we're up to four people confirmed, and we're talking to several people. We almost got an office, but they wanted us to sign up for three years, which seems a bit like a gamble for a startup. So we're still looking for an office.
I know some people feel let down by the lack of updates. I'm sorry.
But I am working. Hard. =)
In other news:
The awesome people over at PC Gamer made this for me! Apparently, they sent a physical framed copy to me, but the mail seems to be awfully slow.. Or it got lost!