Nintendo has decided to remove the text A dark room from the eShop after revealing that the Nintendo Switch video game hid a basic code editor that allowed fans to create simple content using the Ruby programming language. .
” All I wanted to do was allow children and adults who had forgotten the fun of programming to discover what I discovered 25 years ago, ” said Amir Rajan, responsible for adapting game on circuits of the hybrid console. ” I deeply regret how you have ended & quot ;, adds the creative.
” A simple toy sandbox environment has been described as a mass exploit. And of course the community that takes advantage of these things has raised it to that level. I’m a bit of a blame for my sensationalist messages on social media, “continues Rajan, who insists that this simple code editor does not allow malicious software to be formed that ends up spoiling the console.
” You can not even Render to damn image, “explains the creative,” so yes, if your app consists exclusively of labels, squares and lines like A Dark Room, it allows you to create an app without having to perform any hacking. & Quot ; At this time the editor responsible for this classic text adventure is looking for the way to brand new videogame in the eShop.
Fans could access this hidden code editor by connecting to USB keyboard to the console and simply pressing the key “. ” “I’ve never wanted to have it all.” These last three days have been the worst of my life, and I do not know what else to say apart from that I’m sorry “.