You've just crashed on a planet. All you've got is some utilities from your ship you were able to grab. You can mine, you can build, and you can craft. What will you do to survive? (tl;dr at bottom)
If you're a fan of Terraria, but want something a little more bizarre, and more focused on space, this is definitely your game. Don't see it as Terraria or Minecraft knock-off, though. This game is one of the most unique games of this type that I've seen. Most notably, the crafting system. The way this game's crafting system works is just fantastic. Rather than picking around for specific blocks, you are able to craft things by finding blocks to fit the requirements for density, permiability, and other criteria for creating an object. There is more to this, but I'd rather let you find that out for yourself, as there are many machines in this game that would take a while to fully explain.
As you can see the graphics in the screenshots, and audio in the trailers, I'm not really going to dive that deep into them. The only thing I'd like to note is character creation. There is at least a moderate amount of customization for your character off the bat, and even more when you consider vanity and armor further in the game, so if that's the type of thing you're into, consider it another plus.
This game isn't completely great though, and I won't be able to stress enough that this game is EARLY ACCESS, and that's what you're paying for. A lot of it isn't done. There are bugs and glitches (though not really anything that will ruin the experience). tl;drPros:
+ Crafting system
+ Plenty of other machines to play around with
+ Block variety (there are vending machines, TVs, etc that you can craft)
+ Boss fights
+ Misc. world events (worm holes and such will crop up here and there)
+ Concept (the idea is cool)
+ Playtime (lots of playtime in this, even at this stage)Cons:
- Graphics (while the graphics aren't bad, you could get sick from watching the world backdrop)
- Not finished (bugs - bugs everywhere)
- Emphasis on not finished (not that much content)
I'll expand this review if anyone actually reads it, or has any questions.