Dude, I understand where you're coming from. I just have a philosophical difference with what you're saying. Screw the haters. Flappy Bird went HUGE overnight. If you make something that connects with people, why hide it? Put it out there, and let it pass or fail on its own merits. The only way we can get favorable comments on sites like reddit is to foster a supportive community that understands the effort we put into our games. If we constantly shun/avoid participating in those forums then the only voices we'll have evaluating our work are the negative ones. I'm trying to get C2 developers actively participate,create an online community, and contribute honest evaluations. If we stop being so insulated, we can foster a community that appreciates what what we do. Beyond the secure walls of these forums. There's commercial gold out there, we just have to be willing to fight for it.
EDIT: hell, if you don't feel comfortable contributing your own content out of fear of a backlash, at least subscribe to support my stuff. Because I'm going to unabashedly put it out there. I'm going to tell people that I'm using C2. I'm going to be proud of what I create and throw it in the face of haters because I believe I can make a better product than coding elitists. Go over there to support me, if for no other reason.