The more I learn about this game, and the people involved, the more I find my thoughts drifting back to DeepBrick. I think, seeing as how he leaked files, he must be a former Saffire employee that RedQuark, being a part of MoD, contacted asking about the state of the game.
After a few negotiations, DeepBrick agreed to send him videos of the game in exchange for total anonymity. He could be an ex lego employee too but I doubt that. Still, lego did get a test build once a week. TrashBoat said that he doubts that Lego still has the copies now but I think that lego must have at least one copy of the game in somebody's office, when you pay people to work on a game for a year and a half, you don't just go throwing it away.
If RedQuark could find him with the clues that he found, then so can I (hopefully). Keep in mind, RedQuark found him before the credits (that's what I used) were leaked though many of the people involved with LOMN helped to make Tales of the Tohunga (that game had credits too obviously :3)
Perhaps MoD is worth a little more 'investigating', I have already read their LOMN article, well then again, I have probably already read every mention of the LOMN on the internet! Update in the morning.
Edited by PrismWind, Sep 21 2014 - 03:28 PM.