Thanks to everyone who left feedback on Dyson.
I’ve been discussing Dyson with Rudolf, who is the chief designer on this project. The plans we have laid out for the game design actually incorporate many of the ideas that people have fed back after playing the game. Partly it’s because they’re great ideas and we want to give people what they want, and partly it’s because we had already planned to put these elements of the design in.
Among these additions will be a limitation of how far you can expand; more emphasised attribute effects; interface improvements; defensive structures; improved enemy AI; more visual feedback. Hopefully when we’re done, we will have a more rounded and complete game. If you’d like to know more, do feel free to write to Rudolf or me. We really love getting feedback.
I’ve been on a break after the competition deadline, but I couldn’t help messing around with a few bits of code to make the trees look nicer. This is an early prototype of the code: