Reminder - still getting requests to join the verified members group without any indication of who you are or what you have shared that we can use to verify you own Fuze. Remember, we (the people running the forum) don't have access to Fuze4 license information and even if we did, it is not compulsory for you to use the same personal details to join the Arena as you have on your Nintendo account.
I don't know if this has been discussed before. But I was able to simulate a switch feature by using a loop and making sure I break on each condition.
if x < 1 then
if x < 5 then
// put the default options here since they don't match any conditions
break // don't forget to break here
The coolness of doing this is that if you have a large number of exclusive possibilities that you are testing for you can exit the checking as soon as you find the right one. Or if you're dealing with a deeply nested if .. then .. else this can cut down the depth.
I'm putting together a F4NS 3D map editor to make using FUZE's object library easier. Major features include multiple save files; object merging; and low-cost, raycast-based collision detection. It's pretty much fully functional at this point -- I'm working on optimization and bug fixes -- and I'm excited to share it with the FUZE community in the near future!
Some development images:
I have been doing some more programming, and research, and I'm almost ready to release a program that converts an image into my fuze format, and types it for you! No microcontroller needed! Currently it can only convert images right now, but I have been working on making it so that it can import midi files, and even 3d models!! (For the 3d model part, i found a whole bunch of ways to crash fuze lol, I had to reprogram it many times) I am currently testing the program on different devices, expect a release in the next few weeks! (The release will only convert images)
Edit: May have to rework the code, as I discovered a better and faster way to compress the files for images.
Here's a bunch of balloon ID's hidden by me and my friends:
Good to see some appreciation for tiny games! There’s a lot to be said for a game you can finish in a few hours. My Switch is the only gaming device I have for now, but it’s on my list for when that changes!