Coding tool FUZE4 coming to Switch this year to help you make games

It doesn't seem that hard, don't see what all the FUZE is about.

FUZE4 Nintendo Switch will be coming to the handheld console later this year to teach you some text-based coding to build simple games.

The FUZE programming language is a fairly simple and easy to learn way of getting into game coding but with some decently complex capabilities.

FUZE Technologies, the UK-based company that created the language says their tool will be available for inquisitive Switch players in Q2 2018 and will retail “at less then £30 ($40)”.

The types of games FUZE4 will help you to code include 2D platformers, racing games, RTS and RPGs, puzzlers, shmups and beat-em-ups.

There are thousands of included graphical and audio assets, but you can always make your own as well as additional packs purchasable through the Nintendo e-Shop.

If you’ve wanted to take a first step into learning about the ins and outs of game-making then this could be a great educational tool and the price is definitely better than a full-blown course of lessons.

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