We're glad to hear your thoughts, although having the same person make essentially the same post under three names is less appreciated. The forum does record what IP you post from you know.
So there are a few points I'd like to make. First of all, the market for software for mobile devices is very different than the desktop software business. It's very common to find games like the one you like for very low prices or even for free. For example, if you like iDrops, I'd recommend the excellent reMovem, which seems to be basically the same, by Matthew Martel http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=286128390&mt=8
(link to app store). When we do make an iPod Touch / iPhone version of ScribBall, I assure you, it will be priced competitively for that market.
The desktop market rarely sees software in the same range as embedded devices. Although I'm not saying we'll never drop prices, compare the cost of Scribball to games by Freeverse or Ambrosia (like Big Bang Brain Games for $30). Or even compare that to another small Mac game developer, Red Marble Games. They sell their software for $20 and up (http://www.redmarblegames.com/buildalot.html
Of course, not everyone will like our games the most, and that's okay. Variety is great. If you like other games, please play those. Different people will be looking for different kinds of games; our goal is to provide high quality games that our target audience will love. Just be sure to stop by and check out what we have.