I think I found everything,. Also I managed to get the ghost!
I'm impressed, in my personal opinion a few things could be fine tuned but I could easily still play the finished product if it was like the toybox.
-I find the ground stomp animation just a tad slower than I would like
-I think the frame rate of the toy box was slower then 60fps consistently, maybe at 30fps I can only assume though this is due to it being the toybox
-Camera was mostly really good, parts were it was a bit odd was when up close in enclosed areas. I'd prefer it to try and static itself at a distance or at least have it a button press/toggle.
-I would like a First person look around option but again I assume this was not necessary in the toybox so perhaps it's on the cards.
-Moving the camera is a tad slower than I want, perhaps a slider to control camera panning speed?
-another camera thought, I know sorry, perhaps more an alternative to the under character shadow when jumping/hover maybe a following above character view on a toggle/press and hold?
-pushing objects could be done via a button press with some controlled fluidness, perhaps a button hold that sticks the character to the pushed/pulled object to better control direction.
Now that that's out of the way, things I am really liking:
-the rolling feels great, the squeaking sound is much better than a constant squawking
-liking the swimming controls, the faster swimming when above water is great as well.
-great level design, loved finding the secret platforms
-general movement and control of Yooka. If need be they stop on a dime!
-The environmental effects look great.
-character animation is great
-the music, omg that music, just like old times!
-textures look great
-great sound effects (I swear the robots are making sounds from Jet Force Gemini!)
-the environment objects have some great design (as I type this I could see a triforce in the spawning platform)
I think that's it hope my feedback helps also, if it's useful, I was playing it on the following specifications:
-Windows 10 64bit up to date (30/07/16)
-GTX 980 up to date
-Intel core i5 something (can't remember but hopefully not important enough to mention)
-streaming to a steam link running at (beautiful) performance
-using a mayflash Wii U pro controller receiver