I have 7-year old who on occasion gets to try some Cities:SL, SimCity and Banished. He loves alpine skiing (and snow groomers of course) and is always talking about next season. Suddenly he asked me if there was a game where you could build ski lifts, pistes and create the actual slopes (mountains). Well, I found Winter resort simulator and this game (didn't even know the genre existed). WRS was too much (even for me) but this game fits him like a glove. Since I found it a couple of weeks ago (I think his head would explode ;) it's all he wants to play and he's started nagging about playing on the computer every day now.
Anyway, since the demo is very "limited", and he kept asking "why can't I do this or that" I explained to him about public betas, testing and feedback, so naturally I had to promise to send his "wish-list" to the developers. =)
(PS. I understand that not everything is doable or even falls within the scope of this game but I promised to send his complete list so here goes, all equally wished for)
Allow lifts, that can, to cross each other (like in real life).
Animate the groomers driving from their garage to the slope and driving up and down it grooming.
Animate the mechanics in similar fashion as above.
Different garage (sizes) for groomers (e.g with room for 1, 2, 3 groomers).
"Transportation (surface) lifts" that skiers can use to go from one piste area to another (allow bi-directional usage of the lift).
Pistes for flat skiing (I had to explain to him about crazy people who ski on flat land or uphill since some Swedish resorts have pistes for cross-country).
Also allow surface lifts be built over terrain with raises/dips in the middle (as is possible now for the other two types).
Same as above but for slopes, ie allow small raises in the middle of slopes.
Allow terrain editing (raise/lower land, add/remove trees).
"Bumpy slopes" (he means mogul pistes).
Adding "jumps to pistes" (aka. ski park elements like jumps, rails etc).
More maps for playing...oh, and not least, generating a piste map of course
Seeing the lift workers.
That's all..for now. We're looking forward to the real release of the game..keep up the good work.