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Complex SKY

Flippable city-factory building in the sky · By Momosundeass

First impression and thoughts

A topic by aleyann created Apr 08, 2021 Views: 177 Replies: 2
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Hi, I just downloaded your game and played it for a while. I'm at the point where I need more of everything but have to wait for it to be researched. (just for reference).  I feel the tutorial could have been better in a number of ways. Not that it was bad, it was very helpful. Just that it didn't feel like a clear set of instructions on how to play the game. It even seems to leave out a part of the production line that is needed to progress the game. Then after it has finished you are left completely on your own. The later game stuff is not explained nor is any of what the data means. If you really want to make this into a fully developed game you need to make it so people can know what is going on from the start. How you have pop-ups informing the player location they can not place things, makes me think why not have a pop tutorial format. It may take longer to implement and it's completely different from what you have currently. However, it could be a way to clean up the interface and it could even have a button to not pop up again. It would help clear up some confusion and make learning how to play more interactive. That is really my only problem with the game other than the controls but that comes down to preference. I love this game and am supporting you with all that I am. (that is by giving feedback and sharing this game. I am a broke college student and can't spare any money sorry.) Keep up the good work.


Wow thank you for your feedback and support the game


No problem, I can tell a lot of work went into this and as an artist (in the drawing format) I know feedback can be helpful when trying to improve your craft. Without it, we can never hope to see the ways we can make our work better. Some give up because of that, so I try to support any type of creator and tell them what I think in hope that they will continue to make the amazing things they do.