Shortly after the release of the Nintendo Switch version of the game, developer Amir Rajan revealed that by plugging a USB keyboard into the system and typing "~", players could gain access to an interpreter and code editor rooted in the RubyMotion mobile programming language, allowing users to code mobile apps on their Switch. Shortly after this information was shared, Nintendo removed the game from the Switch's eShop. Rajan, initially implementing the code editor to share the joy of coding with players, later expressed regret that he included the feature in the first place due to how he sensationalized it and its simplistic features in that it could only draw lines, squares, and labels, play sound clips from A Dark Room, and detect button presses.