I am working on an Android game scenario inspired by Moon Patrol. I am making progress and I don't have any very specific problems. I have posted the code on Code Review and the beta version is available for beta test on Google Play

I want feedback but I don't know what to ask. Should I not ask because I don't really have a technical problem, I just want feedback in general from some specialist?

  • \$\begingroup\$ That is what code review is for. General feedback on game are not really welcome here(there are exceptions) but in general if you want feedback you should go to chat or code review \$\endgroup\$
    – user116458
    Commented Jun 17, 2018 at 11:32

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Generally, open-ended "feedback" on just about anything -- game ideas, actual game products, intended mechanical or technical designs -- falls under either the category of "primarily opinion based" or the category of "too broad" and is thus off-topic here.

Questions that propose "this is how I'm going to solve , is this good/bad/any ideas?" fall into this category, but are generally easier to edit into something on-topic by rephrasing them as "how do I solve " and encouraging the asker to re-post their intended solution as an answer, submitting it to feedback and votes.

It doesn't seem possible to do this in a general way with "what do you think of my game" questions, so I think you're better off asking them elsewhere (either on SE as noted in some comments, or on another site altogether like GDNet.


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