All Considered ideas
instead of having elevators bound by pistons which requires more space to be cleared and alot more stacking of pistons ontop of another depending on how far you dig down or build up. you could simply...
ok this is what idea i have let's say you mined an astroid and that asteroid was infected by a virus and it has come into contact with your mining ship and it slowly begins to take over systems and t...
Touchscreens (Multi Crew Gameplay)
I would really love to see the implementations of funtional touchscreens. This feature would probably need a few basic scripts in the vanilla game simulating a few ship systems.
Imo the game pulsar...
1x1x1 Ion microthrusters
I would love to have smaller versions of ion thrusters in the game. This would allow so much better looking ships in some cases.
Sometimes you just need some dampener on one side, but adding another...
Mechs in Space Engineers
Add some Mech like system, like adding a skeleton block (like the power Armour of Fallout 4) for players can build on and can use WASD function
Portable battery packs
Like oxygen bottols but for power and if you have them in the conveyer system the grid draws power from them last.
Tech Tree and block tuning/block tiers
I really hope that at some point the game will offer you more freedom in terms of thruster placement. Not only because of that I think a tech tree could be a good feature for this game.
It will also...
Character appearance and movement improvements
First of all, I see this only as exploratory/combat/acrobatics addition to the game, when everything a player was building is already done, and is being used to parkour or combat around, basically tre...
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...
Gears. Need I say more?
Gears are a really basic and very old mechanism for making very complex machinery. I think having them in-game is long overdue. This could make for some much more versatile (and stable) elevators an...