AmBored++ is an esoteric language written by Is this the Krusty Krab. It is a Brainfuck derivative written in C++ which adds more commands and features primitive graphics. It was named so due to the fact that I am bored, so I am making this for fun, and because it has more features than AmBored.
AmBored has an array the size of 256 by 256 cells, each cell represents a color.
Another two feature of AmBored are a stack, which operates like a normal stack you probably studied in school, college, or your room at night instead of sleeping, and a buffer able to store a value to be used later.
The syntax is classic Brainfuck syntax, with a few changes and additions.
|Move the memory pointer right
|Move the memory pointer left
|Move the memory pointer down
|Move the memory pointer up
|Increment the pointed cell
|Decrement the pointed cell
|Jump past the matching
] if the pointed cell is 0 (black)
|Jump back to the matching
[ if the pointed cell is nonzero (not black)
|Input a number and write it to the pointed cell
|Refresh the screen
|Push the value of the pointed cell to the stack
|Pop the top value of the stack to the pointed cell
|Assign the value at the top of the stack to the pointed cell
|Pop the top value of the stack without writing it to the pointed cell
|Rotate the value of the pointed cell to the left
|Rotate the value of the pointed cell to the right
|Store the value of the pointed cell into the buffer
|Write the value of the buffer to the pointed cell
[number in base 64]
|Store the color corresponding to the number in the pointed cell.
As mentioned, the output is a screen of pixels, each with the color stored in them. There is also a command to refresh the screen. This is because the screen needs to be refreshed manually, to prevent the user from seeing the whole process of changing the frame.
Why? Because I said so.
There are 64 possible color combinations, with each pixel taking 6 bits and each color taking 2 bits of a pixel.
If you create something serious with AmBored, please send it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org so I can add it to this page and give you credit.