Let’s build the 2048 game with Rust

Welcome back! Rust is an awesome programming language that can almost build anything, so let’s build out a game with this language. The specific game we’ll be building in this walkthrough is 2048, a very popular number game. Now, this entire project has been built out and hosted on GitHub, to jump straight to the project, check out the link below (please give the original coder of this game all of the credit):

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