Hi, I'm Pixelated Starfish. I enjoy video game development, music, singing, and computer science. I drew a pixelated starfish, hence the name.
If you would like a logo for your programming language, reach out to me in the discussion page!
The interpreter is still maturing, and easily bored. Repetition is boring!
I created Blood, also called Blood32, after watching videos by User:Truttle1. I was recovering from a nosebleed at the time, so I like to think I put my blood into the language. I had to get a keyboard cover!
A Turing incomplete language in which source is prone to random crashes; this language features high-level operations for arithmetic with integers.
Heck is designed such that source code is expressible as a hexadecimal number. This language is also designed such that the uninitiated will utter "What the heck?!" upon attempting to read source.
An assembly style language that allows for the implementation of subroutines, or macros.
To try MacroBeep online, this repl is available. Beeps are silent because the IDE for repl.it cannot produce them.
A nondescript esoteric programming language.
I created Something because I grew tired of the vague error message "Oops! Something went wrong!" on so many apps.
Anything ever typed can compile to a runnable program with Starstuff.
Blood32 with macros
A MacroBeep sequel designed to be the most practical esoteric programming language.
A hungry Turing tarpit
A language with a very forgetful instruction pointer.
One sleepless summer night, this language appeared.
A deque-based language filled with features for experimenting with computation on theoretical machines. Vessel is based on Blood32.
It is as the title suggests. The instruction pointer behaves like a toddler.
Based off the nonsense word, "nagawooski" from a season five episode of Big Mouth.
He is our hero!
- A language that describes chess games, such that a move in a game executes a program instruction. (This probably exists somewhere)
- A Starstuff style language that can compile files (of any type) to Astridec, so no one can ever be correct in insisting that they cannot code.
- A language that combines Blood and MacroBeep. It uses an arbitrary grid of one bit cells to abstractly describe computers that are also programmable. Blood 3, after Vessel
In Chronological Order
- Broken Calculator
- Forget Me Not
- Spider Giant