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Fast Food Dizzy

The creators of the Dizzy series have re-imagined one of their original Dizzy games in FUZE4 Nintendo Switch. If you’ve already purchased the coding app, you can play Fast Food Dizzy for free.

Here’s what’s included in Fast Food Dizzy:

After a number of delays, the coding application FUZE4 Nintendo Switch will finally be made available on August 30. View some footage below.

Each time we’ve shared news about the release window and release date for FUZE4, unfortunately, the coding app has been delayed over and over. Fortunately, Nintendo finally approved it for release and FUZE Technologies claims to have a final release date.

If everything goes as planned, FUZE4 will be available on August 30. Players will be able to create their own games for $39.99 / £29.99 / €34.99.

The game coding and sharing app FUZE4 has unfortunately been hit with another delay on Switch. After it was most recently scheduled for May 31, the download will now arrived on July 12.

FUZE Technologies wrote in a statement:

FUZE4 Nintendo Switch

The coding platform FUZE4 Nintendo Switch was originally slated for Q2 2018 before being pushed to this April. It has now been delayed once more, as it’s now planned for May 31. That should be the final release date.

Along with the updated launch window, a new video has been uploaded that gives some insight into what the app can do. Check it out below.

FUZE4 Nintendo Switch

It’s been quite some time since we last heard about FUZE Code Studio for Switch. A proper update was finally given today, along with a specific release date.

FUZE Code Studio has since been renamed to FUZE4 Nintendo Switch. The learn-to-code platform will launch on Switch on April 1. Originally scheduled to arrive before this Christmas, managing director Jon Silvera says “this extra time will allow us to ensure the best quality and stability.”

Last year, we heard about an interesting app of sorts called FUZE Code Studio. FUZE Technologies is working on the project for Switch that is intended to be “an educational platform specifically designed to make learning to code as easy and accessible as possible.” The goal here is to teach users to “learn, code and play their own games.”

Now with the new name FUZE (or FUZE for Nintendo Switch), a release window of Q2 2018 has been announced. The tool will be sold “at less than £30”.

FUZE Code Studio is on the way to Switch, FUZE Technologies announced today. It’s a special tool that not only helps users learn how to code, but create their own games as well.

We’ll be seeing FUZE Code Studio on Switch in Q2. Find some additional details about the project below.

– Easy to learn text based programming language
– No coding experience required
– Create your own apps and fast 2D – 3D games
– Access Joycon sensors and controls directly in your programs
– Use the Dock to show your games on your TV to share with friends and family
– Programmable synthesizer & Speech engine
– Use the included game graphics & audio or create your own
– ​Extra content packs will be available to download
– Use a USB keyboard, the FUZE touch keyboard or the Joycons to enter your code
– Comes with game graphics and audio and you can create your own
– Learn to code


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