Let me recommend that you take the time to consider a change in attitude that may smooth over your future interactions with humans:
Assume the best in others until they prove otherwise.
I believe that this thread is clearly an overreaction to all of us regulars of the site. Whether you're trolling or genuinely upset is irrelevant here. Things are pretty slow around here these days so pushing a troll around is as good as any other activity. But if you're genuinely trying to get help then you're going about it all wrong.
You shouldn't assume your "fame" precedes you. It doesn't. I had to Google you, and it wasn't even easy to do. You're famous in a chess "subculture" perhaps. Wikipedia doesn't even seem to know who you are, and I think that's the lowest bar there is for fame.
Your claims are unsubstantiated, but also irrelevant. The advice you've been given was correct, and the best advice that you could have been given. That you didn't appreciate it doesn't matter.
Most of us are middle-aged or older around here. Most of us even managed to get real lives. They take up a lot of time though. I don't recommend them. In any case, many of us don't even have Allegro installed anymore. We're too busy to do this niche of hobby programming at this point in our lives. At least, that's my reasoning. Everybody will have their own reasoning. I installed Allegro for KrampusHack2020 in December, but before that it was probably at least a year since I had installed it.
Giving me an executable without dependencies is a chore at best. I wouldn't even go to that much trouble for free porn unless I knew it was going to be worth it first. It's likely that your game actually depends on a specific build of Allegro and a compatible runtime from the toolchain. Rather than making every one of your users go to the trouble of figuring out what they need, locating it, installing it, and setting up a runtime environment to actually run your game, wouldn't it make a whole fucking lot more sense for you to just include that in your distribution yourself?
I am also very wary of executing binary code from untrusted sources. I don't know you. I don't trust you. I'm not just going to run your code without either building it myself from source or at least a well established public image to ruin in the event of abuse, etc. I've gotten to know people from this community for more than a decade and many of them I still think twice before running their binaries.
If that's too much trouble for you then great. Go fuck off and don't bother.
If you want to start over, that's still possible. But if you are sincere in the future I suggest assuming the best of intentions of strangers until they prove otherwise. Don't assume that people are being abusive just because they're critical of your work. Assume that they know what they're talking about (why else would you want their attention?) and they know how to help you help them help you. That's ultimately what this community is about. Helping each other succeed.