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Submitted by ThomasBW84 1006d ago | interview

Interview: Smileboom - Petit Computer

Petit Computer arrived on North American DSiWare in mid-July, and since that time a number of enthusiastic programmers have no doubt been getting accustomed to the BASIC coding language. The app has already had a positive impact in Japan, with an enthusiastic community that has been producing and sharing innovative games on the humble DSi for a number of months.

Now that Petit Computer has branched out of Japan, Nintendo Life spoke to Kobayashi-san, CEO of SmileBoom Co., Ltd, to learn more about its development and why BASIC still matters. (3DS, Nintendo DS, Petit Computer, Retro)

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