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Feedback needed :)
December 16, 2012 - Intravenous Software
Due to the large number of replies to this announcement's original call for feedback it will be left open but this original post will change to reflect what feedback is most needed at any time.
Thank you all so much for the great ideas and feedback on the colour scheme tech. The initial results of this work have now been uploaded as eleven new screenshots. What do you think?
Everyone had different tastes as to which colour scheme they liked and disliked so now the player has the option to choose whatever colours they like. I'm sure more will be added in time but this is enough to add some variety to Neon's look. The default colour scheme from the trailer video is obviously still available.
Players can also invert all the ship colours. If you prefer the meaner looking black ships from the initial trailer that is one option, or they can be inverted at any time to stand out from the background more.
Unlike the trailer video, both the environment and the all ships now change colour to reflect their hostility towards the player. Friendly areas have generally lighter colour tones, while enemy areas always have some darker more brooding red colour scheme.
Feel free to leave any ideas and feedback in reply to this thread. Your ideas are always welcome no matter how 'out there' they might be.
Oh, and do you like the updated cockpit? It's not the final design but it got a much needed upgrade to it's model.