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The Switch version of Fuser is free to play for all Nintendo Switch Online members for the next week.
Players can download a ‘trial’ version of the game, which is fully featured and completely free to play until 11.59pm PST on July 5 (7.59am BST on July 6).
Should players wish to buy the game after this, it will be on sale for 25% off until July 9.
Fuser is a music-mixing game from Harmonix, the studio previously responsible for the Guitar Hero, Rock Band and Dance Central series.
Using technology similar to its Dropmix board game, Fuser lets players mix music together by breaking popular songs down into their various tracks – vocals, lead guitar, bass guitar, drums, keyboard etc – and dropping them onto a mixing desk.
The game has a single-player campaign where players are scored on their performance and are occasionally asked to add certain tracks or genres to their mix.
It also has a freestyle mode, where players can mix music however they like without having to worry about the score.
The base game includes over 100 tracks to mix covering a wide range of genres, from rap and hip-hop (X Gon’ Give It to Ya by DMX, Push it by Salt n Pepa) to rock (Killing in the Name by Rage Against the Machine, Symphony of Destruction by Megadeth), to even country (Jolene by Dolly Parton).