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this is the section of my website dedicated to the things created by Jack Eisenmann.
- a set of vötgil reforms adopted by citrons and i.
this is a list of things which have either been removed from JE's homepage, or were never listed there at all.
- DUO Executive: "Never reached production."
- Asciiverse (no longer accessible): "A free browser based MMO consisting of cute round characters placing letters."
- Boxile (no longer accessible): "Realistic box physics!"
- Exitium 2: "A free browser based MMO consisting of flying robot characters making blocks. NOTE: This game is currently offline. Sorry!"
- Flower Picking Simulator: "Try to collect as many flowers as you can."
- Flowers Are Evil: "Shoot lasers at evil flowers."
- Get Stars: "Self explanatory."
- Legally Blind: "The player can see through a very narrow field of vision."
- Maze Game: "A statement on modern society. Or something."
- Paint Province (no longer accessible): "Paint as much area as you can."
- Sisyphean Funtime: "Move the sand from one place to another." As a fun fact, this was featured on Vsauce3's "DONG" series, making it probably the least obscure obscure ostracod game.
- Spike Warfare (no longer accessible): "Fight enemies and level up!"
- 3D Graphics: "A demonstration of my polygon drawing engine."
- Game and Watch: "A game engine I developed based on the old fashioned Nintendo devices."
- JPlayer Ostraphone: "Using the open source JPlayer plugin, I created this non-flash version of the Ostraphone. It works in any iOS browser."
- JSlash: "A tool for creating animations. Not really finished"
- Sphere Story: "Navigate a space of colorful spheres. Gravity will dynamically pull the player to the closest mass."
- Voice Synthesizer: "A voice synthesizer I made with my own voice. Accepts English words, translates them into speech. Not 100% perfect. Works best in Chrome."
- Exitium 1: "My first online game. It was an environment where users could freely create objects, explore the world, and battle. This version is no longer active."
- Psychic Septagon: "An unfinished exploring game where the goal is to navigate down as far as possible."
- Anti English: Essentially the intermediary stage in the evolution of Iqglic to Vötgil, after the vocabulary size was reduced but before the words were shortened to 3 letters.
- Assembly: Jack Eisenmann's first attempt at a minimalistic language, with only 11 words. No proper documentation is available, other than its mention in the Sese documentation.
- Moisant: One of two languages briefly mentioned in the Zese video of which nothing is known.
- Printish: The other of the two languages briefly mentioned in the Zese video of which nothing is known.
- Sese: The predecessor to Zese, with ~100 words and a far more minimal grammar.
- Udret: Jack Eisenmann's oldest known conlang (although the document says there exist 2 older ones), from 2003. It is actually just an English relex (a one-to-one substitution of English words with little regard for grammar).
- Verbosity: A language in which thoughts were meant to be communicated by drawing pictures (perhaps this is what the Sese document's paragraph on "picture languages" was referring to). It has only 6 words, which presumably act as instructions to move a pen around a canvas. Described in a Reddit post from JE but no documentation is available.
- Zurafa: A minimalistic language with only 80 words, loosely based on Pegakibo.
- Calculator Programs: "I have made tons of programs for the TI calculator. All of them were written in TI BASIC on my calculator."
- Norf**k: "An extremely simple esoteric programming language. It isn't even Turing complete!"