Heya! I've been programming in the blitz/monkey family of languages for about ten years now, but have mostly only lurked on these (excellent) forums whenever I ran into problems. So thanks to you who answer questions; I'm sure there are many more like me who've silently benefited from your help.
So: Crescent Loom is a creature-creation game based on of my neuroscience research. You stitch a creature's bones, joints, and muscles together, and then weave neurons into a functioning brain in order to get it to swim. It was funded in Kickstarter about a month ago, so I'm working hard to get a finished-ish version by the end of the year.
There's a work-in-progress version up on itch.io (which, thanks to Monkey, you can play in-browser :D).
Pleased to make y'all's acquaintances! Would like to hear what you think.