@andsoitgoes some comments from me, thanks for giving this feedback!
You got it! I promised I would help and give all the feedback I could, I'll give much more, so hopefully you won't get too sick of me.
You don't like the ON/OFF slider?
It isn't a slider, it's a button with an X to check it on or off from the main menu
Can you give a screenshot for this? For me the button says "Login" for login and "all done!" for register
Well, when you are entering the details, there should be "previous/next" somewhere on the keyboard. Instead of "done" replacing the return button, it should say next, maybe. Does that make sense? That's for logging in too.
The interaction design guidelines for Apple encourage the click outside of the box to close behaviour. We are actually working on removing all the "X" buttons wherever possible.
Maybe then a harder and much thicker outline when those boxes open up, there's no real edge around it. It doesn't seem that it's a separate enough section, if that makes sense.
Hiding is done by clicking the "_" next to the "X" or tapping the chat on the bottom bar. I agree the "_" and the "X" are not so nice so we are trying to make it work more like iOs closing applications
The problem is that the X removes it and makes it not possible to get the chat window back at all. If there's a way to bring it back, it's not clear.
Can you elaborate on this?
* there's no way to scroll without the potential of clicking on a battlefield to "buy", there should be a way to scroll through the list without having to touch the pictures of the battlefields themselves, does that make sense? The scroll bar on the right should be prevalent and wide, if possible.
When you sign up there is a video tutorial in the welcome screen, als available under settings. We are working on adding a nice Help text popup explaining the rules
More than that, it needs to have an active and accessible rule book. I have previously never played Stratego, so I'm lost. With other board games, every board game that is, there is an immediate access to at least a full help manual. Watching a video is fine, but what happens if I forget what a specific piece does? Right now, I have to go and google for it. It needs to have a direct link from the settings menu or through a big question mark that brings up a fully detailed rule book.
I think because of that, I actually haven't really played a game =\