A cross-platform interpreter for many point-and-click adventure games
ScummVM is a cross-platform interpreter for many point-and-click adventure games. This includes LucasArts SCUMM games (such as Monkey Island 1-3, Day of the Tentacle, Sam & Max, ...), many of Sierra's AGI and SCI games (such as King's Quest 1-6, Space Quest 1-5, ...), Discworld 1 and 2, Simon the Sorcerer 1 and 2, Beneath A Steel Sky, Lure of the Temptress, Broken Sword 1 and 2, Flight of the Amazon Queen, Gobliiins 1-3, The Legend of Kyrandia 1-3, many of Humongous Entertainment's children's SCUMM games (including Freddi Fish and Putt Putt games) and many more. The project mailing lists have been moved to http://lists.scummvm.org The project tracker has been moved to https://bugs.scummvm.org
MicroLua brings Lua on the Nintendo DS for easy programming
MicroLua brings the programming language Lua on the Nintendo DS for easy and fast development of beautiful homebrews! Based on brunni's µLibrary, µLua is a Lua interpreter featuring fast drawings and many important functionalities. You can exploit your Nintendo DS with the simplistic yet powerful Lua language! On your cartridge, MicroLua is a NDS executable that shows as its frontend a great graphical shell from which you can explore your cartridge and run Lua scripts written for µLua. µLua already benefits from an impressive collection of homebrews, from a complete and expandable MicroLua IDE to enjoyable games, produced by an active and helpful community.
PSX Chipmunk BASIC is a little BASIC Interpreter based on David Gillespie pascal code from comp.source.misc in march 1990. PSX Chipmunk BASIC however implements some of the great PlayStation ability functions like Sprite, 3D and Sound handling.
A simple, LISP-like programming language.
ThyLordRoot's Interpreted S-expression Parser (TISP) is a LISP-like programming language developed for the benefit of ThyLordRoot's viewers on Twitch.tv. This heritage was chosen for its simplicity and affordance of rapid prototyping. Although it is a toy language, it is intended to be Turing complete, and bootstrapping TISP is a major goal.
elastiC is a Very High Level Language (VHLL) with a C-like syntax. Dynamically typed, with fast Garbage Collection, supports functional programming and robust Object Orientation. Designed to be easily extended and embedded, it's portable and lightweight.