Binary basics.

Let’s get one thing straight: FUZE4 isn’t a game. Yes, you can play small snippets of games contained within, but it’s really more of an application focused on coding. It’s designed to teach newcomers the basics and allow seasoned coders to flex their coding skills right on the Switch. It’s not the kind of thing you’ll want to purchase on a whim. This is something that you should really only consider picking up if you have a genuine interest in how coding works and how you can apply it to your own ideas.

Considering how complex coding can potentially be, FUZE4 is really good at breaking it all down into relatively bite-size chunks. You’ll want to check out the tutorial section first, which – although rather wordy – starts you off in the right direction, giving an explanation to the various coding terms you’ll come across along with basic concepts such as how to format your code properly. The actual coding screen is predictably basic, but the keyboard is really responsive, and you can use the right analogue stick to easily scroll up or down.

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