Anodyne hit the Switch back in 2019, but now players can see the game in a whole knew way. The developer behind the title has made the entire project open-source, which means you can dig into every nook and cranny to see what's hiding inside.
The developer is hoping that by bringing the game's source code, art, level editor, and music to Github, players will be encouraged to sift through the content and make their own. Game mods, remixes, comics, and more are all encouraged by the developer. Let's hope people take him up on the offer! You can check out all of the game's assets here.