It has been a little while since my last announcement, but this new release marks a big milestone in the project and shows how awesome it's to target multiple platforms all from Rust.
EndBASIC is a simple retro-looking language interpreter inspired by the computers of the 1980s. It started as a command-line interpreter with just a textual console back in May 2020, but since then, it has gained support for the browser (thanks to Rust's WASM target) and, most recently, graphics rendering on all platforms (web, Linux, Windows, and macOS) via the SDL crates.
I'll leave you with the release announcement:
EndBASIC 0.8: Now, with graphics! - Julio Merino (jmmv.dev)
Or... even better, a 5-minute demo that I prepared for the HMS 2021 conference (we need a larger Rust attendance there next year!):