I love the additional of the talking animals! Nice artwork for that! One thing that might help is giving an indication of some kind that you need to return back to the planet you got the mission from originally to complete it. Wasn't hard to guess that I needed to do that but wouldn't hurt to make it clear in the objectives or something like that.
Tiny Solar System
A downloadable game for Windows
It's a relaxing game. Very low stress. Do little missions to help your friends out (there are are a mix of missions to entertain you for a good hour so of playing) or just fly around and explore. Help terraform Mars. There are computer controlled pilots flying around too. Sometimes they break down and need rescuing. Don't worry about crashing into anything, you'll get rescued.
Also available on Steam.
Updates are posted on twitter mainly.
In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $5 USD. You will get access to the following files:
- v1.01 - controller support79 days ago
- Nearly at full release!Oct 04, 2022
- Versions numbers are zooming bySep 29, 2022
- v0.59 releaseSep 22, 2022
- v0.54 releaseSep 20, 2022
- 0.44 releasedSep 12, 2022
- v43 minor fix to orbit calculations to fix moon orbitsAug 23, 2022
- v42 releasedAug 22, 2022
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Thanks! The animals were made with Stable Diffusion - they're all AI artwork. Yeah, I've changed the dialog slightly to give you hints of where to go. I've had the same feedback from other people too. I'm thinking about explicitly displaying the options of where to go next when you don't have anything on your To Do list. Not sure what I'm going to do. I've been working hard the last couple of weeks at getting the Steam page up. Currently I'm working on a big finale mission and loads of bug fixing. Thanks for the feedback!
I've just tried the Linux version. it seems to hang on the Godot splash screen. How long should it take?
Same experience. Can run the windows version via wine and it seems like it works.
Sorry about that. The Godot port seems really unreliable. I think I'm going back to Unity. No one had any problems running with those builds. Thanks for the feedback, it's really useful.
I've just noticed that it's created 53Gb of temp data before my PC ran out of disk space.
Yikes! So sorry. I've taken the Godot builds down now. I've gone back to the Unity build.
This is really cool, like an arcade version of ksp :)
Yeah! I've spent 500+ hours enjoying KSP. And I still feel like there's tons of content left to play with. I do career play throughs with a theme - manned, probes, spaceplanes. I've barely scratched the surface of the robotics. I was aiming for "KSP that I can pick up and play enjoyably for ten minutes" or "truck simulator in space". Glad you enjoyed it!