FUZE Technologies Ltd apologetically announces a slight further delay in the release date for their highly anticipated ‘learn to code’ games programming application for Nintendo Switch.
Managing director Jon Silvera commented,
“in all honesty we’re all a bit disappointed to have delayed further but there really was no option. The 31st of May is a comfortable date as we’re already in the final stages, no new features are being added just testing and adding as much tutorial and help content as we can. FUZE4 Nintendo Switch is special as there really is nothing like it. We always knew we could come up with the goods but none of us realized quite how impressive the final release version would be. It’s fast, intuitive and very accessible.”
“From a personal perspective I could not be prouder. We’re a small team with limited resources. The team has worked tirelessly for almost two years. It’s been an incredible journey and one I hope will put the younger team members in very good stead for their lives ahead.”
“Finally, Nintendo’s awesome Switch made it possible for us to realize the answer to the original question that began this journey. The question, could we recreate the accessible coding environment those of us who grew up in the 1970’s and 80’s was exposed to? The answer, after seven years of hard, but very enjoyable work, and thanks in no small part to Nintendo, is a resounding yes. Beyond our own expectations YES! Go code.”
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Along with a video apology they’ve managed to include a vast array of demo clips taken directly from the application to highlight what is possible. Every demo is 100% FUZE.