Graphics are awesome. It's good that it tells you to press space.
It's kind of weird in that beginning cutscene how the character moving to the left moves to the top of the spaceship when in the previous room he was on the floor. I'm talking about when he's looking for chips.
Although your game is charming, I feel like there's too much reading to get started.
I can't really tell what these people are. They kind of look like white kirbys or something. It's difficult to make out distinguishing features. Do they have faces? Do they have noses?
I'm at the part where the robot stole the chips and what I don't get is how do I decide when to move my character vs when a block comes? That's not clear to me from the tutorial. I'm guessing I'll figure that out when I'm playing the real game though.
The pig looked more like a cat when he was steering the ship.
I like the way the terrain tiles look, but I think the ship could look better. It kind of looks like a truck in space without wheels.
I also wish my character was more distinguished from the others. The captain looks different, but I look so similar to the guy telling me to get the chips.
I was trying to take a screenshot for you (ctrl+shift+4 on my keyboard) and somehow skipped a BIG part of the tutorial.
I'm trying to take a screenshot of this:
I want to destroy that block I circled, but I wasn't able to. As a result, there really wasn't anything else I wanted to shoot at.
I can't figure out what to do now. I think I may have broken something by pressing ctrl+shift+4. Doesn't seem like there's anything I can do. Is this a bug?
Ugh, I'm going to try again but this tutorial takes a long time to get through.
Having played it twice, why don't you let me move my character for those first 4 steps he takes? (I figured this out later)
I get why "shift" skipped things now. But I still feel like I ran into a bug. When I held down shift the first time the game stopped asking me to do anything.
I killed the boss, that was kinda fun. I started using strategy like using blocks to raise myself higher than him. It was kind of weird because it looked like he could hit me but was missing anyway. Is that just him playing easy on me because it's the first boss/AI?
I played the whole thing but I honestly feel like it's not enough to figure out if I like the game. Something I predict would annoy me is wanting to move 2+ times in a row or placing a block 2+ times in a row and having to skip the turns multiple times. Perhaps my character could move until I press a button that way I'm not skipping turns over and over again.
The game looks great and it has a lot of potential. The writing is pretty good, too. The computer is very likeable. I'd like to try more.