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Trybit Logic adds joycon support
April 14, 2018: HIMACS Ltd. (Yokohama, Japan) has released an update to its Nintendo Switch puzzle game, where players use logic gates and bitwise operators to defeat bugs invading a computer system.
Many players asked for joycon support, so this update allows players to choose from using the touch screen or the Switch joycons. With this change, the onscreen cursor can be moved with the directional pad, and players can quickly "rewind" their history of played moves. This lets you speed through levels faster to get your best time, and stay alive longer in the tower defense mode.
In addition, the multi-lingual text in the game has been improved for greater clarity.
Downloaded over 350,000 times to date on mobile devices in Japan, the Trybit series invites the user to deploy logical operations like AND, OR, NOT, and XOR to toggle gates and tackle increasingly complex rooms. Designed with programmers and engineers in mind, the game will challenge even the most hardened puzzle aficionado.