‘Fuze Code Studio’ will help you design games on Nintendo Switch
The Nintendo Switch had a strong showing its first E3 (Metroid Prime 4!, three new Mario games!), for sure, but nothing quite like what Fuze Technologies is showing off. The company has announced Fuze Code Studio, which looks like a simple way to code your own games for the console on the Switch itself. You can use a USB keyboard or Joycons to enter code, audio and graphics will be packed in, you can make 2D and 3D games and Fuze’s language is supposedly simple enough to pick up that you don’t need any previous coding experience.
As Gamastura points out, this is a tweaked version of BASIC. Eager to get your hands dirty? Well, you’ll have to wait until the middle of next year. Until then, you could always give GameMaker: Studio a spin.
FUZE CODE STUDIO coming soon to Nintendo Switch! https://t.co/RnMx7M45FR #Nintendo #NintendoSwitch #FUZECODESTUDIO #BedroomCoding
— FUZE (@FUZEcoding) June 19, 2017