General gameplay - Feature suggestions
General issues with the game. Let us know what is causing the most troubles for you -
When the assembler produces the requested components, they become visible at the bottom right of the screen. Please, make it so that they can be added from there immediately to player's inventory. It...
Assembler Search Function
Adding a search function to the: "Assembler Production Tab" will simplify building.
First of all, I apologize for my English.
So the question is...
Why not add a search box to an assembler menu?
Honestly, I'm extremely tired of finding the right icon for a particular...
Assign Controllable Functions to a Control Station
It would be great if you could assign certain blocks to a Control Station the same way you can assign a camera to a Remote Control Block.
For example, jump into a Control Station that is assigned...
Asteroids are currently very boring. You fly to them, check what resources they have, and move on. Adding buried geode like pockets deep within asteroids with natural resources, building materials, an...
Asteroid / World Generation Options
Greetings dear men and women of the suggestion forum, I am here to announce... Nothing of real importance really since it is only a suggestion, and I am sure this one will not gain any kind of popular...
just for the awesome factor of ASTEROID BELTS i thought this would be a awesome feature. but then i thought... the amount of lag so i came up with this
.when 10k from the asteroid belt they will star...
I know we have meteor impacts in game, but those just feel too small. What about asteroid impacts! Those could have more destruction to them and could drop more resources. Any thoughts?
I love the O2/H2 dynamic, but I would love to see more done with atmosphere. First, I'd like to see more done with atmospheric composition. I'd love to see N2, CO2, and miscellaneous volatiles that...
Atmospheric Thrust based on O2 level, and not altitude
It would add to the realism of the game if the ability to generate lift from atmospheric thrusters was based on the O2 level in the air, and not the altitude.
e.g. My friends and I built a mounta...