Young Horses also made some "significant changes" to the game based on "feedback and thoughts on it from critics, players, YouTubers, and spectators" and gathered from places like Facebook and Twitter.
"So far the feedback on these changes has been very positive," the post reads. "We want our players to know that we pay attention to what they have to say and that they can look forward to our continued support of the game. As our designers worked towards these changes, our programmers have also been finishing the PS4 version of the game. We're so excited to get it out there soon!"
Players with suggestions about how to improve the game can contact the developer with their ideas in an official Steam forum thread for Octodad: Dadliest Catch.
Octodad: Dadliest Catch available now for Linux, Mac and Windows PC for $14.99 on the game's official site and on Steam. For more on the game, you can watch the Overview video above and read and watch Polygon's review.
Young Horses announced last month that it's working toward an April 2014 release on PS4.