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FUZE BASIC V3 released for free, now includes image and sprite support!

The BASIC-style coding language for the Raspberry Pi is now available for everyone and includes better support for more modern programming

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We love the FUZE BASIC devices – recreating the style of the old BBC Micro’s using its spiritual successor the Raspberry Pi as its computing guts. With the ability to program in BASIC and wire up components to it, it feels a lot more hands on and rugged, while still teaching relevant coding skills for today.

The FUZE BASIC software was original made for the hardware

Now the latest version of the FUZE BASIC software, V3, has been released for free for the Raspberry Pi, allowing everyone to code in the retro language. The new version of the language also has added support for advanced image and sprite use that makes Mode 7 look like child’s play.

You can grab the latest version right now for your Raspberry Pi from the Fuze website. There’s also a free workbook to get you started with the language and coding in general.