Wow! 100 cycles!

I heard it's tradition here to make a special every cycle milestone. The only issue is


That's right! After half a year, I've accomplished nothing. Everything I've done is either incomplete, horrible, or an idea. So, I'm gonna take this milestone as an opportunity to announce everything that I have planned for the next year or so.

Stereotypical American High School Simulator

This project will probably be released at the beginning of the 2020-2021 American school year, but I usually can't keep my promises and it'll maybe be delayed a year. In this console game, you can make friends, enemies, get bullied, and lots more at Stevenson High. Every semester (around 4.5 months), the game will be updated with new content. There will be many secrets that can be accessed by talking to specific people or by entering codes. I hope you're as excited as I am!

Node.js | Console Game

Set to release August 31st, 2020.

The Infinite Number Guesser

This Java number guesser with a tentative name gets progressively harder. You start at a range of 0-50, but is increased every time by 25. At the end of each round, you will be shown stats, such as the guess attempts. I plan on making a challenge mode that would be released around a month after the original release, where you would have to guess the number in a certain amount of tries. The game is very close to being done, so be on the lookout for TING within the next few weeks.

Java | Console Game/Tool

Set to release June 8th, 2020.

The Calculator Museum

I'm sure you've seen calculators plaguing Repl Talk. So I thought, "Hey, what if I make a big compilation of calculators in all languages?" I've barely started, as I'm still working on SAHSS, RJS, and TING. However, this will be massive and will be a museum of over 40 calculators! You can vote here to tell me what lang I should start on.

Multiple | Website, Console Tool


Realidades JS

If you're a high schooler (and maybe even a middle schooler), you're sure to recognize the names Pearson or Realidades. Realidades is Pearson Education's Spanish curriculum, and they had a whole bunch of Flash games/quizzes for students to use. I'm sure you can see the issue. When Flash Player is discontinued in December of this year, all of those games are gone. The need for a JS archive of these games is furthered by the fact that Pearson Education isn't even Pearson Education now - they've rebranded to Savvas. I have currently finished CapĂ­tulo 1A of the first book, with lots more coming.

HTML5, JS | Website

Set to release January 1st, 2021.

Welp, that's all I got. Thanks to the people who upvoted my comments and posts, thanks to the 170 members of repl/place, and thanks to the Discord for giving me something to do for the past 6 months.

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