Pointed to by hacker news (news.ycombinator.com) "Rather, a custom language was developed in tandem with the game. [Co2](https://github.com/dustmop/co2) is a Lisp-like language, built on Racket Scheme, which compiles into 6502 assembly. This language was originally started by [Dave Griffiths](https://twitter.com/nebogeo) to build the What Remains demo, and I decided to stick with it for the full project." [http://www.dustmop.io/blog/2019/09/10/what-remains-technical-breakdown/](http://www.dustmop.io/blog/2019/09/10/what-remains-technical-breakdown/)
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