That's unfortunately still too much. Raising any more money will only delay the death of a project that has suppressed the use of better written projects by dominating that niche in the ecosystem due to first-mover advantage.
Not necessarily. Temperature determines which way heat energy flows, it says nothing about how fast it flows. I can hold my hand in an oven at 500 degrees with no problem because the transfer is very slow. Briefly touching a much cooler 150 degree piece of metal would give me a nasty burn, because of how quickly the heat transfers.
The problem with Torment is that it's a great piece of interactive fiction trapped within the RTS-turned-RPG engine they inherited from Baldur's Gate. Torment's strength is the writing, which you have to read through the engine's small and clumsy dialogue system, which becomes painful pretty quickly.